The Girl On The Train soundtracks / 88.7KSPC - Sound Of Pictures review

The Sony Classical soundtrack release of The Girl On The Train (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), featuring the music by Danny Elfman arrived in theatres the same day at the film opened - October 7. EMILY BLUNT (Sicario, Edge of Tomorrow) leads the all-star cast of DreamWorks Pictures' The Girl on the Train, from director TATE TAYLOR (The Help, Get on Up) and producer MARC PLATT (Bridge of Spies, Into the Woods).  Based on author PAULA HAWKINS' bestselling novel, the thriller that has riveted millions now makes its way to the big screen. Reeling from a recent divorce and searching to preoccupy her days, Rachel Watson (Blunt) spends her weekday commute to and from Manhattan quietly gazing out the train windows.  Every morning and evening, she relives memories from just outside the home once shared with now ex-husband Tom (JUSTIN THEROUX of The Leftovers, The Ten), who now lives there with his new wife, Anna (REBECCA FERGUSON of Mission: Impossible-Rogue Nation, upcoming The Snowman), and their baby.   88.7: KSPC - Claremont CA - Tom Skelley reviewed the film for his Sound Of Pictures show. Listen to the attached clip
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Jake Shimabukuro - Nashville Sessions / Jazz Weekly review

If you wonder what else can be done with strings and picking, get a load of the sounds from Jake Simabukuro, who plays various types of the ukulele. This is not Polynesia night at a Luau, or The Tiki Room in Disneyland, but a bona fide album with a flexible rhythm team of Nolan Verner/b and Evan Hutchings/dr taking the music to a different plane of existence. The album comes off as a bit of a ukulele sampler, as moods ranging from 70s rock ("Man of Mud"), modern jazz ("Blue Haiku") and even a mix of Gaellic is thrown in during  "Galloping Seahorses." Verner's bass licks team with Hutchings to drive the exciting "6/8" which has Shimabukuro sounding like a harp, while the band gets low ceiling smoky on "Hemiola Blues." The versatility of the instrument is impressive, and the album doesn't come across as a curiosity piece, more like a "there's more to come" in attitude. Pay attention! SEE THE Jazz Weekly PAGE
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Crossover Media artists get 17 GRAMMY nominations

Here are our 59th Annual Grammy Awards Nominees  Best Contemporary Instrumental Album Bill Frisell
Label: Okeh Records Snarky Puppy
Label: Ground Up Music Best New Age Album Vangelis
Label: Decca Best Improvised Jazz Solo I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
John Scofield, soloist
From: Country For Old Men Label: Impulse! Best Jazz Instrumental Album Book Of Intuition
Kenny Barron Trio
Label: Impulse! Country For Old Men
John Scofield
Label: Impulse! Best World Music Album Sing Me Home
Yo-Yo Ma & The Silk Road Ensemble
Label: Masterworks Land Of Gold
Anoushka Shankar
Label: Deutsche Grammophon Best Musical Theater Album Bright Star
Peter Asher & Una Jackman, producers; Steve Martin, Edie Brickell, composer/lyricist (Original Broadway Cast)
Label: Ghostlight Kinky Boots
Sammy James, Jr., Cyndi Lauper, Stephen Oremus & William Wittman, producers
Cyndi Lauper, composer & lyricist
(Original West End Cast)
Label: Masterworks Broadway Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals

Somewhere (Dirty Blvd) (Extended Version)
Billy Childs & Larry Klein, arrangers (Lang Lang Featuring Lisa Fischer & Jeffrey Wright)
Track from: New York Rhapsody Label: Sony Classical Best Engineered Album, Classical Shostakovich: Under Stalin's Shadow - Symphonies Nos. 5, 8 & 9
Shawn Murphy & Nick Squire, engineers; Tim Martyn, mastering engineer
(Andris Nelsons & Boston Symphony Orchestra)
Label: Deutsche Grammophon Best Orchestral Performance Shostakovich: Under Stalin's Shadow - Symphonies Nos. 5, 8 & 9
Andris Nelsons & Boston Symphony Orchestra
Label: Deutsche Grammophon Best Opera Recording Mozart: Le Nozze Di Figaro
Yannick Nézet-Séguin, conductor; Thomas Hampson, Christiane Karg, Luca Pisaroni & Sonya Yoncheva; Daniel Zalay, producer (Chamber Orchestra Of Europe; Vocalensemble Rastatt)
Label: Deutsche Grammophon Best Classical Solo Vocal Album Monteverdi
Magdalena Koená; Andrea Marcon, conductor (David Feldman, Michael Feyfar, Jakob Pilgram & Luca Tittoto; La Cetra Barockorchester Basel)
Label: Archiv Produktion Verismo
Anna Netrebko; Antonio Pappano, conductor (Yusif Eyvazov; Coro Dell'Accademia Nazionale Di Santa Cecilia; Orchestra
Dell'Accademia Nazionale Di Santa Cecilia)
Label: Deutsche Grammophon Best Music Film

The Music Of Strangers
Yo-Yo Ma & The Silk Road Ensemble
Morgan Neville, video director; Caitrin Rogers, video producer
Label: Tremolo Productions
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Daniil Trifonov set for Carnegie Hall / New York Times

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 10.0px Helvetica} In 2011, when he was 20, the Russian pianist Daniil Trifonov took the top prize in two prestigious international piano competitions: the Arthur Rubinstein in Israel and the Tchaikovsky in Russia. Now 25, he continues to astonish audiences with his technically prodigious, insightful and imaginative playing. He comes to Carnegie Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 7, with a rich and challenging recital program: Schumann's "Kinderszenen," Toccata and "Kreisleriana"; five of Shostakovich's Preludes and Fugues; and Stravinsky's Three Movements from "Petrouchka."  Trifonov's new Deutsche Grammophon recording - Transcendental is the pianists visionary interpretations of Liszt's concert Études in one concentrated period, within the space of five days, "Liszt's technical virtuosity is just a means to evoke extremes of emotion," observes Trifonov. "His daring harmonic and structural innovations revealed new horizons for emotional and psychological expression in music. His compositions can be described as dynamic depictions of the spiritual experiences of a Romantic soul."           PHOTO: Christopher Smith for The New York Times p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 10.0px Helvetica} SEE The New York Times PAGE
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Yolanda Kondonassis interview with All Classical Portland

LISTEN TO JOHN PITMAN's SEGMENT "Beauty is the emergence of a spiritual climate in which each artist is transfigured through the impulse of creation. It becomes universal" – Alberto Ginastera Last year, American harpist Yolanda Kondonassis brought Alberto Ginastera's Harp Concerto, Opus 25 to Portland, when she performed it with the Oregon Symphony. Recently, as part of the centennial of the composer's birth, Kondonassis releases "Ginastera: One Hundred", with musicians of the Oberlin Conservatory, where she teaches. The harpist tells me in our conversation, that she has performed this work over 200 times, and each time she hears some new texture. Ginastera drew inspiration from Argentina's gaucho community – the cowboys of the lowlands – whose distinctive chord is a signature that appears in many of his works. Listening to this exciting, lyrical concerto, the signature appears in many guises. Ms. Kondonassis doesn't make this a "Yolanda and friends" CD, where she is always present; rather, this is a disc that showcases a wide range of Ginastera's output, many of them works written before the Harp Concerto (of 1956). Pampeana (1947) challenges while it rewards, as Gil and Orli Shaham play the violin and piano work. Kondonassis' good friend (and partner on their 2015 CD, "Together") plays the extraordinarily vivid Sonata for Guitar, Opus 47 (1976). Rounding out the disc, Orli Shaham reappears to play the solo piano piece, Danzas Argentinas (1937), which seems to evoke the gaucho lifestyle even more than the guitar sonata. If you already know Ginastera's music, I think that you'll find these new performances pay great tribute, and bring tremendous life, to an important figure of the second half of the 20th century. If his music is new to you, I hope that you'll enjoy the journey that Yolanda Kondonassis and her Oberlin colleagues take through the landscape of Ginastera's unique sounds.
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  Interview with All Classical Portland's John Pitman

Muriel Anderson set for annual 'Museum of Making Music' concert

Muriel Anderson returns with a "dreadnought spin" for her annual concert at MoMM. In addition to her signature harp guitar, Muriel will select several dreadnought guitars from the Museum's special exhibition and incorporate them into her performance. Her world-renowned guitar and harp guitar playing is highlighted by a backdrop of stunning visuals by photo-artist Bryan Allen. Muriel played a Martin Dreadnought early in her career and this performance pays tribute to those days with added Dreadnought audio-visual elements. Muriel will bring listeners on a journey around the globe, full of joy and humanity, with new tunes, old favorites, stories and images. SEE THE Museum of Making Music PAGE
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House of Waters set for PA's Hawley Silk Mill / The News Eagle

On Saturday, December 10 at 8 p.m., Harmony Presents will showcase House of Waters, a West-African, jazz, classical and world music trio at Hawley Silk Mill. "We've been trying to bring this incredible duo since our start almost five years ago and we're so thrilled to have finally found a date. House of Waters' music is both complex and easy to enjoy, a musical exploration that invites listeners to open themselves to new sounds. One of those sounds is of the hammered dulcimer, a percussion/stringed instrument that takes years of study and spans dozens of cultures around the globe. Most often associated with traditional American and Irish folk music, these musicians have taken the instrument in entirely new directions," said Jill Carletti, Managing Director of Harmony Presents. READ THE FULL News Eagle ARTICLE
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Joshua Bell 'Seasons of Cuba' set to air on PBS - December 16

Live From Lincoln Center presents Grammy Award–winning violinist Joshua Bell in a performance with the Chamber Orchestra of Havana and some of Cuba's most renowned artists, as well as special guest Dave Matthews. This marks the U.S. debut of the Chamber Orchestra of Havana, conducted by Daiana García. Live From Lincoln Center's Joshua Bell: Seasons of Cuba airs nationally as part of the PBS Arts Fall Festival on Friday, December 16, 2016 (check local listings).  Earlier this year, the President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities asked Joshua Bell to be a member of the first official government-to-government bilateral initiative in the wake of President Obama's historic trip to Cuba. The mission was to extend a hand of friendship to the Cuban people through the universal language of the arts. Upon his return to the United States, Bell expressed the desire to bring the Chamber Orchestra of Havana to the states and approached Live From Lincoln Center in order to continue the important artistic dialogue initiated overseas.   The concert that stemmed from these efforts includes the Presto movement from "Summer" from Antonio Vivaldi's The Four Seasons and "Summer" from Ástor Piazzolla's The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires performed by Joshua Bell and the Chamber Orchestra of Havana, which is composed of some of Cuba's most accomplished classical musicians.  The concert also highlights traditional and contemporary music written and performed by acclaimed Cuban artists, their collaborations building a bridge between Cubans and American artists in a new landscape of cultural diplomacy Joining Joshua Bell and the orchestra are singer-songwriter Carlos Varela (recently profiled in the HBO documentary The Poet of Havana), pianist/composer Aldo López-Gavilán, and soprano Larisa Martínez, all of whom participated in the historic trip in April. Pianist Jorge Gómez, bassist Julio González Ochoa, pianist Orlando Alonso, percussionist Ruy Adrián López-Nussa, drummer Yissy Garciá Calzadilla, and saxophonist Yosvany Terry are also featured in the concert. Special guest Dave Matthews, who was also a member of the delegation to Cuba, performs several of his own songs in collaboration with Joshua Bell and the Chamber Orchestra of Havana. He performs with Carlos Varela, as well. The live concert event and television broadcast are produced and directed by multiple Emmy Award winner Andrew C. Wilk, Executive Producer of Live From Lincoln Center. It was taped Tuesday, November 1, 2016, in Jazz at Lincoln Center's Frederick P. Rose Hall.  p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Arial Narrow'; min-height: 14.0px} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Arial Narrow'} p.p3 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Arial Narrow'; color: #0433ff} p.p4 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 15.0px Calibri; min-height: 18.0px} span.s1 {text-decoration: underline} span.s2 {font: 11.0px 'Arial Narrow'} span.s3 {text-decoration: underline ; color: #0433ff}
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Helene Grimaud plays Baltimore's Shriver Hall / Washington Classical Review

Hélène Grimaud's work at the piano tends toward refinement and elegance, more than bravura power. The French pianist was supposed to open Shriver Hall's season in 2014 but had to withdraw because of a finger injury, to be replaced by Angela Hewitt. She finally returned to Baltimore on Sunday evening, for the first time since 2006.  The first half, drawn from the "Water" program Grimaud released on the Deutsche Grammophon label earlier this year, was reflective in the meditative and aquatic senses of the word. The eco-conscious pianist's twee program note describes this selection of music as a "meditation on contrasting incarnations of water – gushing, trickling, raging, falling." Two opening pieces in slow, trickling style might seem risky for some pianists, who would rather grab an audience's attention. Grimaud, by contrast, drew us into this world of water, taking her time on the many rolled chords of Luciano Berio's Wasserklavier, with its allusions to earlier composers' musical descriptions of water. In Tōru Takemitsu's Rain Tree Sketch II, Grimaud continued her exploration of the dripping, pooling qualities of water, the work's luscious chords a tribute to French composer Olivier Messiaen. READ THE FULL Washington Classical Review ARTICLE p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 10.0px Helvetica} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 10.0px Helvetica; min-height: 12.0px}
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Jason Vieaux & Julien Labro 'Infuse' on 90.9 WRCJ-Detroit

Grammy-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux and internationally acclaimed composer, bandoneónist, and accordionist Julien Labro release their second duo album, Infusion on Azica Records. Infusion includes Julien Labro's arrangements of Leo Brouwer's Tres Danzas Concertantes and Piazzolla's Escualo, his arrangement of Radamés Gnattali's Suite Retratos with bassist Peter Dominguez and percussionist Jamey Haddad, Pat Metheny's Antonia, and Vieaux's arrangement of iconic 1980s British rock band Tears for Fears' Everybody Wants to Rule the World. Vieaux and Labro will perform Piazzolla's Double Concerto with the Arkansas Symphony in September 2016. p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 10.0px Helvetica} Vieaux-Labro spoke with - Well-Tempered Wireless, WRCJ-FM Detroit host Chris Felcyn about the album and playing together. The attached piece airs LIVE on Wednesday, Dec 7th, 2016 at 3pm.
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  Interview with WRCJ's Chris Felcyn

Johnny Gandelsman talks Beethoven with Michigan State Radio

"Four classical musicians performing with the energy of young rock stars." That's what one Pittsburgh Post-Gazette music writer said of the New York-based acclaimed string quartet Brooklyn Rider.  Violinists Johnny Gandelsman and Colin Jacobsen, violist Nicholas Cords and cellist Michael Nicholas make up the ensemble.  Johnny's dad Yuri Gandelsman is professor of viola at MSU. Brooklyn Rider makes a stop in East Lansing Dec. 1 at Fairchild Theatre on the Michigan State campus, featuring a program of Philip Glass, Leos Janacek, Colin Jacobsen and Beethoven. BR visited WKAR  to record some music and talk with Peter Whorf about their upcoming East Lansing appearance. LISTEN TO THE SEGMENT p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 10.0px Helvetica} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 10.0px Helvetica; min-height: 12.0px}
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Yolanda Kondonassis interview with Spokane Public Radio

Ginastera: One Hundred celebrates the centennial of the iconic Argentine composer Alberto Ginastera in 2016. Released by Oberlin Music and distributed by Naxos, Ginastera: One Hundred features Yolanda Kondonassis in Ginastera's Harp Concerto, Op. 25, recorded with the Oberlin Symphony Orchestra; Gil and Orli Shaham in Ginastera's Pampeana No. 1, Op. 16 for violin and piano; Orli Shaham in Danzas Argentinas; and Jason Vieaux in Ginastera's Sonata for Guitar, Op. 47. The album features extensively researched liner notes by James O'Leary and historical photos of the composer provided by Boosey & Hawkes. The album is produced by Erica Brenner with recording engineers Paul Eachus, Larry Rock, and Michael Bishop. Kondonassis who also executive produced the album spoke with Spokane Public Radio's Jim Tenevan. Listen to the attached interview. p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 10.0px Helvetica} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 10.0px Helvetica; min-height: 12.0px}
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  Interview with KPBX's Jim Tenevan

Top 10 Albums for December

Kurt Elling :

The Beautiful Day

When Kurt Elling embraced the meaning, the spirit and the word "Christmas" in creating his new album The Beautiful Day(OKeh), he also wanted to make a holiday album that celebrated the promise and magical energy of the Christmas season that touches people of all beliefs. Inventive and fresh, The Beautiful Day reimagines the sounds of Christmas, mixing traditional carols decked out in new arrangements with songs that are revelations and rediscovered treats.  26 TOTAL SYND: CBC Direct: AccuRadio  Markets include: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Atlanta, New Orleans, Detroit, Baltimore, Orlando, Rochester NY, ME(Network), KS(Network), HI(Network), Honolulu INTER: Canada, UK Online: MOJA, allmusic, Jazz Weekly, RadioFreeAmsterdam
The NOLA Players :

Christmastime in New Orleans

2016 has been a difficult year for the state of Louisiana, plagued by rising floodwaters and racial tensions.  As the fall sets in and the holiday season approaches, a more heart-warming narrative takes center stage with Christmastime in New Orleans. Capturing the festive spirit and traditions of New Orleans, this new project aims to maintain the traditions of some of the city's great artists such as Louis Armstrong, Dr. John and Harry Connick Jr. The album features some of The Big Easy's finest jazz musicians in beautiful, custom instrumental arrangements of holiday favorites, providing a freshly swinging soundtrack for the holiday. The American Public Television Special, "Christmastime In New Orleans," will air throughout the fall and holiday season on various stations throughout the country, with Louisiana Public Broadcasting airing a sneak peek of the show on September 7. Additional airdates will follow, including special October preview broadcasts with WYES in New Orleans. 29 TOTAL SYND: Radio DeLuxe Direct: Stingray Markets include: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Philadelphia, Miami, St. Louis, Baltimore, Minneapolis, New Orleans, Albuquerque, Hartford, Sacramento, WV, Rochester NY, Honolulu, (Statewide), Canada Online: AccuRadio
Jackie Evancho :

Someday at Christmas

Platinum-selling, 16-year-old vocal sensation Jackie Evancho will release her latest holiday album, Someday at Christmas(Portrait Records) on October 28. The album features well-known Pop and Opera stars including Italian vocal trio Il Volo, legendary Placido Domingo, YouTube star Peter Hollens, and tenor Vittorio Grigolo. Someday at Christmas is filled with classic Christmas and popular holiday songs, some previously recorded and not widely released, plus two newly recorded songs, "Someday at Christmas" and "The Little Drummer Boy" (with Il Volo).
Ennio Morricone :

Morricone 60

World-renowned Italian composer Ennio Morricone will release his first new album on Decca Records on 11th November, the day after his 88th birthday.  Entitled ‘Morricone 60', it celebrates his prolific career which spans 60 years and 600 compositions.  The deluxe version is accompanied by a DVD called ‘MORRICONE & TARANTINO at ABBEY ROAD STUDIOS', which documents thecomposer and director collaborating on The Hateful Eight. 43 TOTAL SYND: Classical 24, CBC Direct: SiriusXM, MOOD INTER: Canada, UK, Denmark Markets include: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Houston, Cleveland, Minneapolis, Seattle, Cincinnati, Portland, Detroit, Denver, Austin, Pittsburgh, Hartford, Buffalo, KS(Statewide), NE(Statewide), Honolulu, Canada Online: PopMatters, Huffington Post, MAGNET


Breaking typical expectations of a seasonal album, Voces8's new release Winter paints a portrait of the season through a sparse and powerful aural landscape, invoking a meditative, inspiring feeling of solitude and unity‎. The album includes four world premiere recordings, notably "Winter," written exclusively for the album by award-winning composer Rebecca Dale. 30 NEW  35 TOTAL SYND: Classical 24, CBC Direct: MOOD, AccuRadio  Markets include: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Philadelphia, Wash DC, Atlanta, Seattle, Cleveland, Houston, Minneapolis, Portland, Kansas City, Baltimore, Austin, Albuquerque, Rochester NY, KS(Network) Honolulu INTER: Canada, Spain, Romania Online: Journeyscapes, Musicas Imaginadas   p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Calibri; color: #403f42} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Calibri; color: #403f42; min-height: 14.0px} p.p3 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Calibri} p.p4 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Calibri; min-height: 14.0px} span.s1 {font: 12.0px Arial} span.Apple-tab-span {white-space:pre}
Angele Dubeau & La Pieta :

Silence On Joue - Prise 2

Having personally done the research for this directory, choosing a variety of film music extracts, I had in mind to revisit their original version are bringing another dimension of sound with my violin and these wonderful musicians that I lead and around me. I also worked closely with various composers and arrangers that I thank and congratulate.  Thank you to all the team for Analekta trust over the years the support and expertise worthy of the greatest. My reason for being as a musician is my audience and that is that I realized that 40th, oops, double I said, 41st album. - Angele Dubeau 28 TOTAL SYND: Classical 24, CBC Direct: MOOD Markets include: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Seattle, Cleveland, Houston, Minneapolis, Cincinnati, Detroit, Honolulu, AL(Network) Online: AccuRadio
Various :

Hacienda Classical

In a bold and unprecedented step, the innovative Manchester Camerata has taken part in a new musical experiment that has seen it team up with DJs Graeme Park and Mike Pickering, the original DJs behind the unique Haçienda club sound, to create spin club classics in full harmony with the live orchestra, alongside vocals from the AMC Choir and special guests.   Manchester Camerata embraced the Hacienda Classical project right from the start showing great respect for the Hacienda's legacy and displaying a shared love of Manchester's music and people. 15 TOTAL Direct: Stingray Markets include: New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston, Philadelphia, Seattle, Cleveland, Minneapolis, Portland, New Orleans, Canada Online: AccuRadio  
Roberto Fonseca :


For nearly two decades, Grammy nominated pianist Roberto Fonseca has been exploring and celebrating the music of his native Cuba. As a composer, producer, solo artist and collaborator with other Latin American music luminaries, he has served as a musical ambassador to his American neighbors to the north and to the rest of the world with his richly melodic compositions and recordings that capture the irrepressible Cuban sound and its rich musical history. ABUC,his new album set for release on Impulse! Records on October 28, 2016, is just what the title suggests – a look backward at the evolution of Cuban jazz. Although nearly all 14 of the tracks on the album were written or co-written by Fonseca, the project as a whole overall feels like a retrospective of various musical styles and sources spanning several decades. 11 NEW  173 TOTAL SYND: PRI/Jazz After Hours, UnderCurrents Direct: SiriusXM / Real Jazz USMarkets include: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Houston, Minneapolis, Detroit, New Orleans, St. Louis, Denver, Baltimore, Austin, Albuquerque, Sacramento, San Antonio, Albuquerque, Berkeley CA, Wichita, Hartford CT, Reno, Atlantic City NJ, Ft. Wayne IN, Madison WI, Bozeman MT, Raleigh NC, KS(Network), Toronto INTER: Canada, Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Australia Online: MOJA, World On A Note,, Jazz & Blues Report, The Jazz Intersection, Latin Jazz Network, Jazz From Gallery 41, Quisqueya, Party934, KUHS, Radio Valencia, New World Buzz, Jazz Weekly, TRANSGLOBAL 31 JazzWeek ADD's
Various :

Jazz Loves Disney

Classic Disney tunes are given the big-band jazz treatment on this new release, featuring artistssuch as Gregory Porter, Melody Gardot, Stacey Kent,Jamie Cullum and more. Released on Verve on November 18, 2016, this album celebrates classic Disney magic and Walt Disney's love for jazz. Produced by Jay Newland and arranged and directed by Rob Mounsey, Jazz Loves Disney celebrates the heritage of Disney music from beloved films such as Cinderella, Lady and the Tramp, The Jungle Book and more. 23 NEW  85 TOTAL SYND: CBC Markets include: New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston, Philadelphia, St. Louis, Detroit, San Diego, Denver, New Orleans, Baltimore,Albuquerque, Sacramento CA, Orlando, Madison WI, Boulder, Knoxville, Hartford, Raleigh NC, KS(Network), Honolulu, Vancouver INTER: Canada, Italy Online: Jazziz,, DisneyExaminer, GreenArrow, Jazz From Gallery 41, Jaz&BluesReport, Baeble 30 Jazzweek ADD's
Charlie Haden :

Time / Life - Song for the Whales and Other Beings

The last recordings with Charlie Haden and his Liberation Music Orchestra on disc for the first time, plus three works written by Carla Bley and recorded with LMO in the wake of Charlie's death. Due out on Impulse!/ Verve digitally on October 14 and physical release November 11, Time / Life: Song of the Whales and Other Beings  centers around two live recordings-the final recordings with Charlie Haden and his Liberation Music Orchestra-from the 2011 Middelheim Festival: Haden's 1979 composition Song for the Whales and Miles Davis' Blue In Green.  After Haden's death in 2014, the Liberation Music Orchestra, with the help of Carla Bley, Steve Swallow, and Charlie's wife Ruth Cameron, recorded three works by Bley in order to create an album that honored Haden and his concern for the environment. The Liberation Music Orchestra with Carla Bley will perform this repertoire at New York City's Jazz Standard on November 3-6. 8 NEW  142 TOTAL SYND: PRI/Jazz After Hours, WFMT JazzNet Markets include: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Philadelphia, Wash DC, Cleveland, Miami, Minneapolis, St. Louis, Detroit, New Orleans, Denver, San Diego, Kansas City, Baltimore, Milwaukee, Albuquerque, San Antonio, Berkeley CA, Louisville, Hartford CT. Madison WI, Tampa, Madison WI, Rochester NY, Raleigh NC, WV(Statewide), ME(Statewide), Honolulu, Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver INTER: Canada, Italy, Australia Online: SoulandJazz, JazzTrail, Jazz & Blues Report, Jazz From Gallery 41, textura, Jazz Weekly, ShanleyonMusic, The Daily Beast p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 10.0px Helvetica} 42 JazzWeek ADD's