The jazz master died on Wednesday at age 91. In a 1999 interview with Fresh Air‘s Terry Gross he talked about his decades in the music industry and his first love: rodeo roping.
Israeli export Anat Cohen is equally conversant in modern and traditional jazz, classical music, and a host of Afro-Cuban styles. The exciting tenor saxophonist and clarinetist joins a quartet with Marian McPartland.
One of contemporary jazz’s most renowned pianists dazzles during his recent visit to KPLU’s studios in Seattle. Watch Chestnut work magic throughout this three-song solo set.