Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Russian jazz community presents the united Russian Jazz World stand at Jazzahead! exhibition/fair in Bremen, Germany

On April 27-30 in Bremen, Germany, Russian jazz scene is presented at the Europe's largest jazz exhibition/fair, Jazzahead!, for the second time. This year, the large umbrella stand is titled Russian Jazz World, unites 10 companies and organizations, and features artists such as trumpet player Alex Sipiagin, pianist/composer/arranger Nick Levinovsky, drummer Oleg Butman, and pianist/composer Evgeny Lebedev.




Russian jazz community presents the united Russian Jazz World stand at Jazzahead! exhibition/fair in Bremen, Germany

Monday, April 17, 2017

Leo Feigin - in Reply to Ganelin's Letter: You Cannot Spell The Trio's Acronym In English, Ge-Te-Che Is Clumsy As Crocodile

Why the Ganelin Trio's end was imminent, but unexpected? Leo Feigin, producer at Leo Records, the label that promoted the Ganelin Trio's music in the West in 1980s, replies to pianist Slava Ganelin's polemic letter through Jazz.Ru Magazine.


Leo Feigin - in Reply to Ganelin's Letter: You Cannot Spell The Trio's Acronym In English, Ge-Te-Che Is Clumsy As Crocodile

Friday, April 14, 2017

Slava Ganelin's Postludium: Why the Trio Will Be No More

Veteran of Soviet avant garde jazz, pianist Slava Ganelin in his lengthy letter to Jazz.Ru Magazine's editors explains his views on the past of the legendary Ganelin Trio, basically declaring that the Trio will be no more. The magazine is ready to offer space for polemic replies by interested parts.


Slava Ganelin's Postludium: Why the Trio Will Be No More

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Young Jazz Artists, Apply to Compete at Big Sky-2017 in Moscow!

May 10 is the deadline for application to compete at the Big Sky 2017 International Jazz Competition in Moscow. Age restrictions for applicants: 18 to 27. Lee Ritenour and Eric Marienthal are on the jury!


Young Jazz Artists, Apply to Compete at Big Sky-2017 in Moscow!

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Jazz Appreciation Month. How To Listen To Jazz?

As part of the Jazz Appreciation Month celebration, Jazz.Ru Magazine makes public a 100-minute documentary produced by Voronezh State University students, based on the lecture read at their school by our editor, Cyril Moshkow. The subject is, How To Listen To Jazz?
The documentary is blocked in several countries, including the U.S., Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea, as it contains a three-minute clip from a Miles Davis 1970 video.

Jazz Appreciation Month. «How To Listen To Jazz?» Video: Cyril Moshkow's Lecture at the Voronezh State University

Friday, April 7, 2017

April, 2017 Europe Jazz Media Chart

April, 2017 Europe Jazz Media Chart: 13 albums most listened to in 13 European Jazz publications' editorial rooms last month! Links to legal purchase, downloads, audio or video trailers and even entire tracks included as usual.
Check out the EJM Chart!

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Russian capital offers a diverse program for the International Jazz Day

Producer / bandleader / educator / pianist Anatoly Kroll is organizing the biggest International Jazz Day Celebration in Moscow, Russia, annually since 2012. Held at 1,700-seats House of Music, this year the All Colors of Jazz: The International Jazz Day Festival is featuring Russian jazz artists who perform jazz renditions of classical music: a hot topic in Russia, where the classical music heritage defines the works of so many jazz performers.


Russian capital offers a diverse program for the International Jazz Day: producer Anatoly Kroll on the program and artists of the 6th All Colors of Jazz festival he is organizing at the Moscow House of Music