A visual tour of the Village Vanguard, New York City’s world-famous jazz club, capacity 123.
The Swedish jazz trio sculpts epic soundscapes on its first posthumous album, released four years after pianist Esbjörn Svensson’s death.
Bassist Matt Ulery, whose new album displays an affinity for strings, picks some of his favorite mergers of classical and folk music with the blues. Hear songs from Brad Mehldau, Chico Hamilton, Dave Douglas, Anne Mette Iversen and Wayne Shorter.
Once described by Time as “America’s best singer,” Wilson explores a lifelong relationship with the guitar on her new album, Another Country.
The jazz drummer tells NPR’s Guy Raz that great percussionists like Buddy Rich and Max Roach make their cymbals “sing.”
The JJA Jazz Awards, Ravi Coltrane, performers’ rights and sad news from WGBH.
In tribute to Dave McKenna, Marian McPartland asked pianist and singer Daryl Sherman to guest host this remembrance that includes clips from the two programs McKenna did with McPartland in 1979 and 1994. Sherman also puts a delightful twist on “Rhode Island is Famous for You” and “Teddy Ballgame.”
The guitarist has played in just about every conceivable setting in New York City — and carried a love of jazz throughout. For this live concert, his trio takes on Albert Ayler and John Coltrane, dirty blues, punk energy and fully liberated improvisation.
For the annual celebration of Juneteenth, today’s jazz luminaries — musicians such as Jason Moran, Christian McBride, Orrin Evans, Jeremy Pelt and Bobby Watson — reflect on recordings about the ongoing process of African-American emancipation.
It’s tricky making a little band sound this big, but trombonist Ray Anderson knows his tricks.