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Dutch Trio resurfaces on English tour

Dutch trio Under the Surface take their startlingly spontaneous voice, guitar and percussion sounds on a five-date tour of England from Saturday 11th to Thursday 16th December....

Album Review: Paul Jost, While We Were Gone.

Since first hearing his 2019 release “Simple Life”, I have to admit I’ve become quite a fan of New York based vocalist Paul Jost. That said, when his latest...

Aurelie Freoua: The Jazz Connection

Aurelie Freoua is a brilliant artist whose work is captivating the jazz world and beyond. She is an integral part of a fantastic art scene in the UK, which is full of incredible...

Young Scottish jazz stars set for Glasgow’s Celtic Connections festival

Leading young Scottish musicians, pianist Fergus McCreadie and saxophonists Matt Carmichael and Norman Willmore are among the jazz element in Glasgow’s annual winter music...

Autumnal Bliss!

An amazing array of music for all our readers as chosen by Jazz in Europe’s senior writer, Erminia Yardley I have decided that Autumn and Winter are not bad seasons after all. ...

Jazz in Art: In conversation with Gina Southgate

Throughout the EFG London Jazz Festival, we at Women in Jazz Media are holding a jazz art and photography exhibition, showcasing some of the leading artist and photographers from...

Jazz in Art: In Conversation with Ley Loosh

Throughout the EFG London Jazz Festival, we at Women in Jazz Media are holding a jazz art and photography exhibition, showcasing some of the leading artist and photographers from...

Album Review: Marcin Wasilewski Trio, En attendant

“En attendant” is the latest work of the polish pianist Marcin Wasilewsky and marks his seventh release for the German label ECM (and the fifth exclusively with his trio). The...

Jazz in Art: In Conversation with Tatiana Gorilovsky

Throughout the EFG London Jazz Festival, we at Women in Jazz Media are holding a jazz art and photography exhibition, showcasing some of the leading artists and photographers from...

Esther Bennett in conversation with: Helena Debono and Saran Davies

Helena Debono and Saran Davies are two friends who came together to create new and exciting music. Crossing over their love for both classical and jazz music the pair have a...

Dee Dee Bridgewater and Lee Ritenour to give workshops at Jazz Across Borders

This coming weekend the 5th edition of Jazz Across Borders will take place. Normally Jazz Across Borders takes place in Saint Petersburg, the historic Northern capital of Russia,...