Published in the New Haven Independent on September 17, 2014.
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It’s confession time…When I last attended the Atlanta Jazz Festival in 2012, most of the truly memorable musical moments I experienced were not at the Main Stage but at the smaller and more intimate International Stage. 699 more words
Lets get right down to it: harpist Edmar Castaneda’s Double Portion is an early contender for record of the year.
If your only experiences with the harp are undulating and shimmering glissandos in movie soundtracks or perhaps hearing a harpist at a wedding playing transcriptions of Bach, then Castaneda’s playing will more than likely come as a revelation. 505 more words
“Many Backgrounds, Many Stories … One American Spirit”
8:30p & 10:30p
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month and in the spirit of this year’s theme: “Many Backgrounds, Many Stories…One American Spirit”, Bohemian Caverns is proud to present. 172 more words
Review of the first day of Telluride Jazz Celebration contributed by Louise Uznanski. Photos by Louise Uznanski and Richard Uznanski. Come back for more updates as the Celebration continues. 414 more words