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  • Lingua: INTERNATIONAL | Licenza: Non commerciale - Non opere derivate - Licenza 3.0
  • Fonte: Quino | Durata: 18.43 min | Pubblicato il: 14-06-2021
  • Categoria: Mafalda
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Zakir Hussain and Dave Holland: Crosscurrents

Tabla virtuoso Zakir Hussain, prolific bassist Dave Holland and their international ensemble perform together as Crosscurrents, a musical exploration of the influence of Indian music on the jazz and rock scenes of the '60s.

Mark Guiliana's Beat Music (Live)

Mark Guiliana is a drummer renowned for his chameleon-like ways with pulse - whether he's leading his acoustic jazz quartet, playing in a duo with Brad Mehldau or providing the back beat behind David Bowie's final album, Blackstar. Now, Guiliana is in another mutation mode, shifting his focus from acoustic jazz sounds to explore an exciting realm of electro-jazz.

In this concert film from Rough Trade in New York City, the multi-faceted artist celebrates the release of Beat Music! Beat Music! Beat Music! (Motéma Music). The show, which kicked off a European tour, featured the psychedelic musical interplay of BIGYUKI and Nick Semrad on synthesizers, Chris Morrissey on electric bass, and Guiliana on electronics and drums. This special performance features long-time co-Bowie conspirator Jason Lindner on the melodica.

Linda May Han Oh: Aventurine

As a bassist and bandleader, Linda May Han Oh has demonstrated her gift for liquid dynamism, not only within her peer group but also with heroic elders like guitarist Pat Metheny. As a composer and arranger, Oh recently scaled up her ambitions with Aventurine, a sparkling album featuring what you might call a double quartet, though the music tells a more seamless story.

Jazz Night in America teamed up with Capital Bop's Traveling Loft Series to present this project at NPR's Studio One in Washington, D.C. Just as she did on the album, Oh led a chamber-jazz ensemble whose "jazz" side consists of Greg Ward on saxophones, Matt Mitchell on piano and Ches Smith on drums and vibraphone. On the "classical" side were violinists Fung Chern Hwei and Curtis Stewart, violist Benni von Gutzeit and cellist Jeremy Harman. The cohesion among these musicians ran deep throughout the concert, which captures a serious talent pushing the limits — and not just her own.

Coca-Cola happiness truck guerrilla marketing

Check out this amazing guerrilla marketing / ambient advertising stunt by Coca-Cola.

A Coca-Cola delivery truck is converted into a happiness machine on wheels delivering "doses" of happiness in the streets of Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Where will happiness strike next?

Jazzmeia Horn: Live from Jazz at Lincoln Center

For Jazzmeia Horn, this concert defined a moment. This was The Appel Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center, after all, one of the most prestigious stages in the America jazz circuit. "Not a lot of people get that opportunity," she reflected, not only to show up for herself and her art, but to act as a good steward of jazz music, an African American art form and legacy by which the idioms of today's industry, according to Horn, don't always reflect the culture of a specific people. She hand-picked an entirely Black and brown team from bandmates to to hair and makeup and even a hired backstage film crew, people she knew would share a common goal. "I was nit-picky on everything", Horn says. She even made sure everybody was well-fed backstage, so they could honor this music with the highest possible energy and focus

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