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Saturday Night Jazz Live Streams For June 20

A full slate of jazz available via live stream tonight. Be sure to click on “Find Out More” to get more information on JazzBuffalo.org. 7:00 PM The Jazz Gallery Online Lockdown Sessions Saturday, June 20 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm|Recurring Event (See all)The Jazz Gallery Online New York, NY United States$10 – $20 THE LOCKDOWN SESSIONS – Every Saturday at […]

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“Universe” Documents Landmark Compositions By Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter, And Wallace Roney

In 1966 a landmark suite of orchestral jazz was written for Miles Davis and set to be recorded by The Miles Davis Quintet. That moment would never happen. The quintet broke up and the compositions were lost for 50 years…until they were finally recovered by Miles’ only protégé, Wallace Roney–the one man Miles would trust […]

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Friday Night Jazz For June 19

Here is a roundup of jazz live streams online and in-person tonight Friday, June 19. 7:00 PM A Virtual Tribute to NEA Jazz Master Jimmy Heath Friday, June 19 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pmFlushing Town Hall New York, NY United States Flushing Town Hall will celebrate the life and legacy of NEA Jazz Master Jimmy Heath, the Music Director of […]

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Jazz At Home: Going Live With Jazz!

We are inching closer and closer with more reopenings and the return of live music under a different “normal.”  Without question, we are where we are because we followed the guidelines for stopping the spread of COVID-19.  Thank you, everyone!  And, diligent we must remain! One thing we have learned to keep in mind is […]

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12 Global Jazz Live Streams To Watch This Weekend (June 18 – June 22)

While in different parts of the world, live jazz is beginning to happen in physically and socially distanced environments, the majority of jazz is being performed via live streams. In fact, more are appearing. Fabulous and unique live streams as well. For the full listing of jazz live streams happening this weekend as well as […]

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The Pandemic Brings Out The Creative Musical Personalities Of Paul Todaro

Paul Todaro is a bassist, vocalist, arranger, songwriter, and bandleader. That’s just in music. Todaro is also an actor and was often found performing in dramas throughout the region. For a person with this much talent, the coronavirus pandemic can feel like a door shutting loudly and abruptly. It must be hard to keep all […]

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Jared Tinkham Reimagines “The Nearness Of You” To Reflect Our Current Times

Back in April, JazzBuffalo profiled jazz guitarist Jared Tinkham and his original tune “The Gaze.” A song addressing the suddenness of the COVID-19 global pandemic and its impact on our daily lives. If you missed it, you can read the article at this link: “The Gaze” As we learned then, Jared has an imaginative mind […]

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Sean Jones Speaks On Preserving The National Legacy Of Jazz During COVID-19

“Every time you lose a legend, you lose a library.” The jazz world has been hit especially hard by the global coronavirus pandemic. We have lost jazz heroes and jazz legends. Such as Wallace Roney and Lee Konitz amongst the dozen of losses. Sean Jones, the Grammy award-winning trumpeter and composer, in this moving 5-minute […]

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Sonny Rollins Talks Pandemic, Protest, And Jazz In Interview With The New Yorker

(Photo Credit: Christopher Anderson / Magnum) “The main thing is do unto others as you would have them do unto you,” the saxophonist Sonny Rollins says. “Sure, everybody knows it, but nobody lives by it.” At the age of eighty-nine, the legendary Sonny Rollins still packs a punch with insightful commentary. Rollins has lived through […]

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Jazz At Home: Jazz In The Air!

It’s summer (close!) and we are entering into Phase 2 and 3 of the reopening.  Soon, we will have jazz and music filling the summer air.  Starting with Tappo Restaurant this coming Monday.  And, look for more news on the return of Chandlerville soon! The Return Of JazzMondays With My Cousin Toné At Tappo Rooftop […]

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