Events

Eclectic Jazz at Colours of Ostrava International Music Festival July 17-20, 2019

Jazz has a more eclectic profile than usual at this year’s Colours of Ostrava 2019, as an assorted lot from the relentless march of Sons of Kemet, who seem to be perfectly...

Orlando Julius & The Heliocentrics – A Super Afro-Jazz & Soul Affair

Orlando Julius is an illustrious and veteran Afro-jazz, Afro-soul, Afrobeat saxophonist from Nigeria leading The Heliocentrics, a younger generation neo-psychedelic jazz groove...

UNESCO INTERNATIONAL JAZZ DAY – April 30, 2019

In November 2011, UNESCO officially declared April 30 “International Jazz Day”. UNESCO wants to emphasise the importance of jazz and its diplomatic role in the unity...

Porgy and Bess host Book Release panel discussion on “The History of European Jazz”

Last October, we published Peter Jones review of the epic work “The History of European Jazz” edited by Francesco Martinelli. This review was one of the most popular...

Jason Miles reports from Jazz Congress 2019 in New York.

Editors note: Grammy award-winning producer Jason Miles attended this year’s Jazz Congress 2019 in New York.  All of our team really appreciate Jason and his support. ...

jazzahead! 2019 – More Youth, and more multinational projects

Plenty of new names, unexpected instrumental combinations, an increased presence of female artists, interesting multinational projects … these are just some of the main...

Raised on Jazz – inheriting music as a tool for survival

Editors note: Miriam Gould is the daughter of the Jazz Singer Rachel Gould and Jazz singer/Jazz Tenor sax player Sal Nistico. Below, Miriam’s gives some background and an...

New York’s Lincoln Center hosts inaugural Jazz Congress.

In January 2018 the first Jazz Congress will be held at the Lincoln Center in NYC. Organized by Jazz at Lincoln Center and Jazz Times Magazine, Jazz congress is the continuation...