Dayna Stephens’s melodic feel and versatility have made the New York-based saxophonist a key player in a wide range of ensembles. Veteran pianist Kenny Barron and inventive Australian bassist and […]
For two decades, a short stretch of Michigan Avenue hosted a concentration of creative entrepreneurship whose influence on Black popular music is still felt today.
Danilo Pérez, John Patitucci, and Brian Blade make their debut as a stand-alone trio.
The veteran bassist brings his new quartet to Evanston on Tuesday, May 19.
Two new multidisc sets examine fragments in the musical visions of Miles Davis and Jack DeJohnette.
On his new album The Sirens, Chris Potter finds everything locking into place.
The 20th anniversary of Miles Davis’s death arrives on Wednesday, but his music sounds more alive than ever—and you can hear lots of it at a tribute hosted by Maria’s that runs Tuesday through Thursday.