Thursday, December 16, 2010

Jazz.Ru #6/7-2010

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On the cover: Mike Stern in Siberia? Unfold the story
of the new SibJazzFest in Novosibirsk, Siberia's
unofficial capital!

This issue's featured story: How To Make A Jazz Festival?
Alongside Siberian Jazz Festival, thoroughly covered by
Anna Filipieva, we also have several more festival stories in
store: Larry Appelbaum tells the story of the Molde Jazz
in Norway; Gregory Durnovo portraits the exotic
in Tangier, Morocco; other writers review Moscow's
Hermitage Garden Jazz Festival, Austria's Chilli Jazz,
and September in Tikhvin in Northwestern Russia; Cyril
Moshkow interviews George Wein, the inventor of all jazz
festivals, for the occasion of his 85th birthday; and Yuri "Ge-or-Ge"
Lnogradski tells the epic multi-layered tale of Silda Jazz
in Norway!

Also in this issue: interviewed - drummer Oleg Yudanov,
of the Archangelsk Jazz Group fame; the godfather of Russian
jazz rock fusion, sax man Alexey Kozlov, who turns 75;
Ellington alumnus, flautist and saxophonist Anatole Gerasimov;
pianist Igor Volodin speaks about his new album, Quiet
... and much more!

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