For the lead story on New York City in @DownbeatMag’s 25 Greatest Jazz Cities package (Feb. 2019), I spoke with musicians who run jazz clubs, like Spike Wilner and Matt Garrison (Shapeshifter Lab); other musicians who live here (Anat Cohen, Kurt Elling); and jazz label execs Don Was (Blue Note), Barney Fields (HighNote/Savant), Seth Rosner and Yulun Wang (Pi). Read it here.
Category Archives: Anat Cohen
NYC – Still the Jazz Capital (DownBeat, Feb. 2019)
“Another Thing (Outra Coisa)” – Anat Cohen w/Marcello Gonçalves
One of the most acclaimed clarinetists in jazz, Israeli-born Anat Cohen has somehow also managed to become one of the world’s foremost practitioners of Brazilian jazz. If you’d like to expand your appreciation of Brazilian music beyond the usual Bossa Novas, dig this hauntingly beautiful video. Then read my profile of her from the July 2017 DownBeat.
Filed under Anat Cohen, Brazilian music, Marcello Goncalves, Moacir Santos
Duchess Brings Harmony & Hijinks to NYC’s 55 Bar
Caught a highly entertaining show by the vocal trio Duchess at 55 Bar, featuring guests Anat Cohen on clarinet and Jeff Lederer on tenor sax. Here’s my story in DownBeat. Their musical treatments are up-to-date, even though the source material is vintage. “You won’t hear us doing Beyoncé in Andrews Sisters style,” singer Hilary Gardner told me.
Filed under Amy Cervini, Anat Cohen, Duchess, Hilary Gardner, Jeff Lederer, Melissa Stylianou
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