The communication between piano and voice often becomes deeply personal. Two rising stars of their instruments prove as much in duet at Jazz at Lincoln Center.
The man who captured hundreds of jazz’s greatest recordings — by Miles Davis and John Coltrane, Duke Ellington and Thelonious Monk and Herbie Hancock — died Thursday at his home studio. He was 91.
The smoky-voiced singer reinvents standards like “The Nearness Of You” in a 2003 session.
The Toronto improvisational band is known for collaborations with Ghostface Killah and Tyler, the Creator. Watch a video of “Speaking Gently.”