Monthly Archives: March 2018
Little-known composers, significant composers and jazzmen, playing Bach “as it should,” according to the notes. Such is the catch of June.
It is gratifying when musicians fearlessly change their roles. This, of course, is about the re-release of Keith Jarrett’s Bach album. It’s great when star musicians bring good contemporary composers to the light of God. Or they make conceptual programs around a humane idea that everyone understands. Continue reading
Anyway, but today jazz is the most creative, modern, free and therefore interesting music from all styles. And this is the only genre in which domestic musicians perform in all senses on a par with colleagues from all, even the most “jazz” countries. It is gratifying to realize that some of the general jazz development is influenced by musicians coming from Russia! But in this environment true cosmopolitanism reigns: those who have brains pumped with all kinds of music from classical to electronics, who are master of their instrument and who are not afraid to experiment, welcome. Continue reading