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Pepa Niebla | Renaissance

Vocalist and composer Pepa Niebla released “Renaissance”, her first album of original compositions following her releases Pepa Niebla Project and Pepa Niebla &...

Gent Jazz Festival now in 1.5 version – July 8 to 18

The Belgian city Ghent has a famous jazz festival. Tens of thousands fans visit the Bijloke site every year in July to enjoy the music of world-famous artists and young talent....

CD Review: Radio Bévort | Blik.

I’ve always been a fan of Scandinavian Jazz and when this recording by Radio Bévort, a group lead by Danish saxophonist and composer Pernille Bévort, landed in my inbox I...

Lockdown encourages Scottish pianist to release international collaboration…

When Scottish pianist Dave Milligan arrived in Udine, in Northern Italy, to record with Italian bassist Danilo Gallo and drummer U.T. Gandhi, he was struck by the view from his...

CD Review: Soulcrane feat. Matthew Halpin, “Another Step We Take”

Some time back I received a new album from German trumpeter Matthias Schwengler and his band Soulcrane titled “Another Step We Take”. The Band name at first glance is...

Lunchtime Lockdowns: with Ola Onabulé

Welcome to our lunchtime lockdown series. Here at Jazz in Europe, we wanted to take some time and speak to artists in the Jazz industry, all across the world, about how life is...

CD “Organic” by Majamisty Trio’s

Editors note:  Once again Majamisty Trio offer 21st century, spiritually sublime jazz music – Nigel J.    When Maja Alvanović appeared on the Serbian jazz scene near the...

CD Review – Jo Harrop and Jamie McCredie ‘Weathering the Storm’

The sleeve notes on the debut album from this incredible duo, tell us that ‘All of these songs communicate the universal aspects of human emotion in the face of change, whether...

Franco Finucci speaks about the Celano Jazz Convention

Recent scenes of the Italian community, singing across balconies during the lockdown period, have been an inspiration to many across the world and demonstrated the joy, love and...

Brussels Jazz Weekend – Sunday at the Village Vanguard

BRUSSELS, JUNE 2020 – A summer without live events: It’s almost unthinkable, but Covid-19 has turned it into a reality. Brussels Jazz Weekend, the free city festival that...

Lunchtime Lockdown: Lara Jones

Welcome to our lunchtime lockdown series. Here at Jazz in Europe, we wanted to take some time and speak to artists in the Jazz industry, all across the world, about how life is...