Opening in select theaters and on-demand February 11, 2022, Greenwich Entertainment presents Ronnie’s, a definitive and intimate documentary directed by Oliver Murray that chronicles the life and times of saxophonist Ronnie Scott and his world-famous London jazz club.
Flushing Town Hall Celebrates 15 Years of NEA Jazz Masters Concerts with The Music of Thelonious Monk & Horace Silver on November 12
Thelonious Monk in Palo Alto, 1968 - a never-before-released recording! In a year of great political turmoil, a rising junior at Palo Alto High School had a a dream to bring Thelonious Monk to his school to perform and bring his community together through music. This legendary recording is now available for the first time!
To capture the sound of a city is to broadcast its pulse as a culturally vibrant mecca. Silicon Valley is a microcosm of global influences and a dynamic scene bustling with advances in technology, design, music, art, and architecture. At the heart of the evolving local arts scene, singular non-profit San Jose Jazz perseveres as a mainstay Bay Area institution presenting the most distinguished names in music while propelling San Jose's top shelf musicians to international recognition.
JAZZSTOCK will be presenting the music of Thelonious Monk in celebration of his birthday.
Concord Music Group is launching five new titles in its Very Best Of jazz series, which showcases some of the very best tracks culled from the recordings of some of the most influential artists in the history of the genre. The five new titles, which highlight the work of Dave Brubeck, Vince Guaraldi, The Bill Evans Trio, Thelonious Monk, and Cannonball Adderley, are set for release on August 7, 2012.
A truly groundbreaking landmark recording, Tribute To Bird and Monk, was widely lauded when it was first released in 1978 – credited as one of the best and most unusual albums of that year by Neil Tesser in a Jazz Magazine article that noted the record’s “tough, bright, innovative resiliency” and earning the coveted five star (highest) rating in a Downbeat review by critic Jerry de Muth (who called the two LP set “a brilliant mixture of arranged and free jazz”) and garnering arranger-producer Heiner Stadler a place in the magazine’s Annual Critic’s Poll as
Spring, 2009 JazzPrezzo proudly announces the release of The Blue Note Years: The Photography Of Francis Wolff and Jimmy Katz in celebration of the 70th Anniversary of Blue Note Records, the most important record label in the history of jazz.