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 … Read More
By Jackson Sinnerberg, JazzTimes A review of the new vinyl reissue of the 1979 duets album from the vibraphonist and trumpeter. Read this review here.
By Jackson Sinnenberg, CapitalBop The DCJF is partnering with Live From Our Living Rooms, an organization founded by three jazz musicians during the pandemic to organize and produce high-quality live-streamed … Read More
Jackson Sinnenberg, JazzTimes Pianist and educator Ellen Rowe strolls into “Ain’t I a Woman,” the first track on her new record Momentum: Portraits of Women in Motion, with a rolling Pentecostal … Read More
‘D.C. IS WHERE IT ALL STARTED FOR ME’: BRENT BIRCKHEAD ON HIS DEBUT ALBUM By Jackson Sinnenberg, Capital Bop Brent Birckhead is an archetypal product of the D.C. jazz scene. … Read More
Jackson Sinnenberg, Capital Bop Gabriel Zucker does not like resolution. One of his big aims as a composer is to subvert the tidily packaged cadences and compositional finales that have … Read More