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26 January 2018

Jesse Davis Quartet


Jesse Davis is a former student of Ellis Marsalis at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts and one the most respected musicians from New Orleans. In addition to leading his own group, Davis has performed with such stellar jazz musicians as Jack McDuf, Major Holley, Cecil Payne, Illinois Jacquet, Chico Hamilton, Junior Mance, Kenny Barron, Cedar Walton, Nicholas Payton, and Roy Hargrove. Jesse plays the alto with an excellent technique and a natural feeling for the blues.

28 December 2017

Tony Lakatos


One of Germany’s best-known international saxophone players and  a leading figure worldwide
16 November 2017

Bireli Lagrène


“Lagrène has gone way beyond the precocious virtuosity he displayed as a teenager three decades ago. Hearing him is like watching an expert juggler throw more china in the air, not worrying about the occasional drop, while the audience gasps and grins with pleasure.” The Guardian

01 November 2017

Dee Dee Bridgewater


Dee Dee Bridgewater( a three-time Grammy Award-winning) is a fantastic live performer. One of today’s leading female jazz vocals stars. She has worked with all the greats instrumentalists, such as Sonny Rollins, Dizzy Gillespie, Dexter Gordon among others. “Dee Dee Bridgewater has a technique and musicality that bests most performers of her generation.” (The Guardian) and her understanding of the great American song book makes pretenders pale in comparison.
02 October 2017

Dr. Lonnie Smith


Dr. Lonnie Smith has often been hailed as a “Legend,” a “Living Musical Icon,” and as the most creative jazz organist by a slew of music publications. Jazz Times magazine describes him as “a riddle wrapped in an enigma wrapped in a turban!” Always ahead of the curve, it is no surprise Dr. Smith’s fan-base is truly worldwide.


LIEBMAN / SWALLOW / NUSSBAUM – Three Jazz Giants with a program of originals and standards! The intimacy of the trio setting gives everyone big exposure, and the fact that there is no harmony instrument provides lots of freedom for Liebman. the Album: We Three“ is a treat for the ears, 12 songs by three of jazz' strongest players. The group combines decades of experience, friendship and the player's mutual respect and affection radiates through the music's easy grace. Amazing Album !

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