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Jazz Odyssey: A tale of two cities – Part 1

Singer, songwriter and storyteller Lara Eidi writes about her visit to the Athens Technopolis Jazz Festival in a fascinating three-part series. Part 1: The return to Athens....

Adrian Oropeza, Desafio.

In the recent past Mexico has produced a series of interesting jazz talents with some of them are obtaining well deserved recognition in their home country and also...

Here lies The Real Tuesday Weld – Leaving the scene with Blood on their hands 1999 – 2021

For two decades, the shadow of The Real Tuesday Weld has stalked London – and the world. The band, led by Gainsbourgian troubadour Stephen Coates, has released six albums to...

Malika Tirolien takes us Higher

Grammy nominated vocalist, songwriter and producer Malika Tirolien has been taking the world by storm for almost a decade, ever since she sang the lead role in Cirque du...

Maxine Gordon and the Jazz Flame – Part 2

Continuing on with our Women in Jazz series, Jazz In Europe together with the Europe Jazz Network will be highlighting some of the most prominent women currently active in...

Vertaal: Paradigm Shifting

London based nu-jazz duo, Vertaal have been kicking up quite a storm in the past year. Having played at key venues and festivals including Ronnie Scott’s, Jazz Café, Cambridge...

Ruby Turner, From Jamaica to the world.

Ruby Turner MBE has been captivating audiences around the world for many years. Her first solo album in 1986 ‘Women Take Up All the Sky’ had producers including Womack and...

Rembrandt Frerichs – A return to the hipness of modern jazz

inJazz Interview – In the spotlights #1: first published, 10 April 2020. No less than 4 groups from the Netherlands were announced for the European Jazz Meeting during...

Cyrille Aimèe: Sondheim, Gypsies and what being alive means.

Grammy® nominated vocalist Cyrille Aimèe has been soaking up diverse, musical communities since an early age. Born in Samois-sur-Seine, in Fontainebleau, France – the same...

Ray Gelato: An Absolute Musician and Performer!

I have had the pleasure to see Ray Gelato play live many times and have met him personally on several occasions. We’ve often both agreed how lovely it would be to put together a...

Interview: Marco Piccioni and the Beauty of Isolation

Italian guitarist, composer and free diver Marco Piccioni is, as the Evening Standard says, ‘a force to be reckoned with’. Born in Turin, Italy, Marco studied with Italian...