By Jackson Sinnenberg, Capital Bop The DC Jazz Festival is aiming for a return to in-person programming this fall, including some events at the Wharf in Southwest, organizers announced this week. Read. more here.
Award-Winning Vocalist/Pianist Laila Biali Receives 2021 JUNO Award Nomination For Album Out of Dust, To Release Video “Satellite” March 17 The award-winning artist has received a 2021 JUNO nomination for her latest album, “Out of Dust” a week before the release of her new lyric video for song “Satellite.” The award-winning vocalist and pianist Laila … Read More
By Matt Micucci, Jazziz Chilean jazz singer/songwriter Claudia Acuña will be performing a two-part concert series in honor of International Women’s Day this March 6, 2021. Read more here.
SZCZECIN 2021: Europes First Hybrid Jazz Festival of the Year Runs February 25-March 4 in Partnership with Jazz in Europe Szczecin Jazz will host Europe’s first hybrid jazz festival of the year running February 25 through March 4, 2021. This seven day event will include a nightly performance in Szczecin, Northwestern Poland’s largest city, featuring … Read More
Cellar Music Group Celebrates 20th Anniversary with New Album Releases, Exciting New Initiatives and Strategic Partnerships The Vancouver, BC-based label joins forces with the SmallsLIVE Foundation and American Trumpeter Jeremy Pelt on new initiatives; announces branded streaming playlists, a crowd-funding campaign and a plethora of new album releases. Read about Cellar Music Group via CBC … Read More
2021 DCJazzPrix™ Applications Launches Today! DC Jazz Festival’s international band competition is now accepting applications—recognizing the top rising jazz ensemble talent from around the globe WASHINGTON – February 16, 2021 — The DC Jazz Festival® (DCJF) has announced that applications are now live for its annual international jazz band competition, DCJazzPrix. Potential applicants will find guidelines and submission requirements at dcjazzfest.org/dcjazzprix. … Read More
By Last Row Music Mosaic Records is proud to announce the April 10, 2021 release of The Complete Louis Armstrong Columbia & RCA Victor Studio Sessions 1946 – 66, a 7-CD boxed set that will take listeners into the studio with Armstrong in a way never previously imaginable. Mosaic Records has long been lauded for the release … Read More
Rainy Days Records Launches Hot Culture Series, Announces Digital Album Out February 26, 2021 When the age of coronavirus commenced last March, Eugene Petrushanskiy, the Director of the Rainy Days Records jazz music label in St. Petersburg, Russia, turned to YouTube to showcase the live performances of his artists in collaboration with Hot Culture. As … Read More
By Adam Budofsky, On The Drums/Medium Mark Ferber is a member of Ralph Alessi’s This Against That, the Marc Copland trio, the Brad Shepik Organ Trio, and his twin brother Alan Ferber’s Grammy nominated big band and nonet. Ferber’s also a highly prized freelancer, and recently Motéma Music announced his inclusion on Daring Mind, a … Read More
Zach Brock Continues Monthly Streaming Residency at Soapbox Gallery in Brooklyn Next Performance: January 27th – Live Solo Recording: Light Shines Through Critically acclaimed violinist Zach Brock, currently nominated for a GRAMMY Award for his work with Snarky Puppy on Live at the Royal Albert Hall (Best Contemporary Instrumental Album) is proud to continue his … Read More