Reviews by Alex Henderson, Scott Yanow, Jim Motavalli Feature by Suzanne Lorge Several LLP artists were reviewed and featured in the most recent July 2021 issue of The New York … Read More
by Ken Waxman, Jazzword “A complex but not complicated work The Rise Up is a tripartite orchestral tone poem dealing with Sufi, Sephardic Jewish and Muslim Middle Eastern history with … Read More
by Franck Bergerot, Jazz Magazine Novelty. In 2017, Dave Liebman commissioned the Turkish composer Mehmet Ali Sanlikol for an orchestral work as a continuation of “Sketches of Spain” (arranged by … Read More
By Alice Leclercq, Citizen Jazz Read the full article here.
By George W. Harris, Jazz Weekly The best of music is to bring people and ideas together. Mehmet Ali Sanlikol brings his voice and middle eastern instruments of the ney, … Read More
Por José Ramón, La Habitación Del Jazz Sanlıkol estudió piano clásico occidental con su madre Fethiye Sanlıkol y comenzó a dar recitales de piano desde los cinco años. Para leer … Read More
by Martin Longley, Songlines Magazine
By Chris Spector, Midwest Records REGINA CARTER FREEDOM BAND/Swing States Harmony in the Battleground: Chop wise, Carter is a player you can’t argue with. The resume is too long to … Read More
By Matt Micucci, JAZZIZ Looking for some Monday motivation? We’ve got you covered! From a piece inspired by Sufi poet Rumi to a composition… Read this article here.
By Richard Kamins, Step Tempest The commission has resulted in “The Rise Up; Stories of Strife, Struggle, and Inspiration” (Dünya), credited to Mehmet Ali Sanlikol & Whatsnext? Featuring Dave Liebman. … Read More