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Tune in today for creative jazz by Sarah Jerrom, Matías Formica/Jonatan Schenone, Satoko Fujii, Andrés Elstein
Celebrate Independence Day with jazz by Rale Micic, Noah Haidu, Berlin Mallet Group, Taiko Saito & Satoko Fujii, John Stein, Tomoko Omura
The Jazz Hole’s focus today is NYC native pianist and composer Ray Gallon, who just released his wonderful debut recording Make Your Move.
The spotlight is turned to several new albums today by Joaquín Muro, Matt Booth & Palindromes, Tomoko Omura, and the Claudio Scolari Project
A more modern/experimental episode of The Jazz Hole today with L’abîme, Camila Nebbia & Axel Filip, Berlin Mallet Group, Natalio Sued & more
Jazz happy hour with Storione/Rossy/Schürmann, Cait and the Critters, Gabe Terracciano, Michael Feinberg, Miguel de Armas, Sharel Cassity.
An other international episode of The Jazz Hole with music by Luciana Morelli, Miguel de Armas, L’abîme, Yoonseung Cho & Sungwon Kim.
New episode of The Jazz Hole with experimental jazz by Claudio Scolari, Camila Nebbia, Axel Filip, Natsuki Tamura, Satoko Fujii, Taiko Saito
Tune in for music by Råberg/Chase/McMahon, Kari van der Kloot, Gabe Terracciano Trio, Svetlana, Rodrigo Faina and Change Ensemble
Canadian musician Sarah Jerrom shares stories about her new album Dream Logic, plus music from François Bourassa’s new solo piano album
Check out music by Cyrus Nabipoor, Storione/Rossy/Schürmann, Mike Freedman, the Yoko Miwa Trio and Sabertooth Swing on today’s The Jazz Hole
Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole features the Dan Pitt Quintet, Restroy (Christopher Dammann), Amanda Tosoff, Roni Ben-Hur, Doves Peak
Drummer & composer Philippe Lemm talks about his new album First Steps and about the loss of his trio’s long-time pianist Angelo Di Loreto.
The Jazz Hole presents jazz from all over the world today: Nacho Szulga, Mike Freedman, Gabriel Bolaños and Frank Carlberg, Benoît Delbecq.
Pianist Yoko Miwa talks about her new album “Songs of Joy” on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole, plus new music by guitarist Roni Ben-Hur.
Eclectic music on The Jazz Hole with Rodrigo Faina and Change Ensemble, Griffith Hiltz Trio, Dan McCarthy, Camila Nebbia, Ikue Mori and more
Vermont-based composer, saxophone, trumpet & piano player Miles Donahue talks about his new album “Just Passing Thru” today on The Jazz Hole
Albums by Amanda Tosoff, Cyrus Nabipoor, Michael Feinberg, Leo Genovese, William Chernoff, Frank Colón on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole.
The Jazz Hole with Linus spins jazz by Glenn Zaleski, Chelsea McBride, Modasaurus, Tian Long Li/Marco Schudel/Dominik Schürmann
On this show: Miki Yamanaka, Dan McCarthy, Quinsin Nachoff + Nathalie Bonin, Juliet Kurtzman & Pete Malinverni, Jesse Ryan + Joanna Majoko
Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus features a few projects that are more on the experimental, avant-garde and free jazz side. You will get to hear music from 3 brand new releases that came out on the Argentinian ears&eyes records label, all three of them are lead by fantastic Argentinean musicians: Sin Tiempo by pianist Leo Genovese with his local trio featuring Mariano Otero and Sergio Verdinelli, the EP “In another night, in another world” by saxophonist and composer Camila Nebbia (joined by Maya Keren and Akiva Jacobs), and No Comunica by the quintet Formica / Edward / Carracedo Lauretti / Alarcón / Ledesma. The other tracks on today’s episode come from Mary Halvorson’s Code Girl, a group lead by Brooklyn-based guitarist and composer Mary Halvorson and from Trinidad-born, Toronto-based saxophonist and composer Jesse Ryan’s self-released debut album Bridges.
The Jazz Hole kicks off 2021 with a humorous conversation with two celebrated improvisers: Satoko Fujiii and her husband Natsuki Tamura.