Club de Jazz 26/09/2020
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Interview with Maria Schneider || August 2020
Composer and director
Being a tireless fighter for the protection of the intellectual property as Maria Schneider is, it is not a surprise that her new recording is a reflection on the dark side of the big tech companies and how they impact in our lives.
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Interview with Ambrose Akinmusire (July 2020) || www.elclubdejazz.com
Trumpeter
Ambrose Akinmusire presents "On the tender spot of every calloused moment", a "sequel" to his 2011 "When the heart emerges glistening" record. An in depth conversation on music, racism and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic in the jazz community.
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Interview with Orrin Evans (June 2020) || www.elclubdejazz.com
Pianist
He joined The Bad Plus in 2018 but pianist Orrin Evans has been leading his own music and projects since early nineties. An in depth conversation with Evans on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic in the jazz community and on racism in the US.
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Interview with JD Allen (June 2020) || www.elclubdejazz.com
Saxophonist
Saxophonist JD Allen discovered what it means racism when he left Detroit. Based on the memories of the slave trade's last survivor, he released "Barracoon". Allen shares with us his experience with racism and how the pandemic has hit the jazz community.
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Interview with Lucian Ban & Mat Maneri (May 2020) || www.elclubdejazz.com
Pianist and violist
Bartók was not only a great composer but also a pioneer in his role as ethnomusicologist. He traveled Transylvania from 1909 to 1917 to record and transcribe melodies. A century later, Lucian Ban, Mat Maneri and John Surman draw inspiration from those.
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