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February 2010

February 2010

The February issue of Jazz Inside NY features saxophonist Anthony Braxton, The Wizard Unbound by Ken Weiss. Trumpeter Claudio Roditi, saxophonist John Surman, Cadence Publisher Bob Rusch are among the other interviews. There are 24 CD reviews and a Valentine's month feature on Passion - passionately expressed by 14 artists.

Jazz Inside NY Magazine - February issue - 80 pages is designed for jazz lovers worldwide. This issue features saxophonist / composer / educator Anthony Braxton on the cover and an in-depth interview by Ken Weiss.

 

Jazz Inside Magazine's February 2010 Valentine’s Day (or month!) feature on the theme of Passion – gathers the perspectives of 14 artists about how each of them discovered their own passion, how they nurture it, and share it with others. The passionate fourteen include Andrea Brachfeld (flute), Mark Sherman (vibes), Antoinette Montague (vocals), Mauricio Zottarelli (drums), Sumi Tonooka (piano), Jimmy Owens (trumpet), TK Blue (saxophone, flute), Roseanna Vitro (vocals), Nora McCarthy (vocals), Mimi Jones (bass, vocals), Chip Shelton (flute), Mark Weinstein (flute), Paul Carr (sax), Charlie Apicella (guitar), Arlee Leonard (vocals) and publisher Eric Nemeyer (vibes, composer/arranger)

 

Saxophonist TK Blue said: "“Passion – To find something, anything, in your life that you are truly passionate about is a blessing from God. Most people go through life without ever finding hat special feeling to be dedicated to something worth sacrificing all in order to affirm its manifestation. Finally, passion is of no value if it does not serve humanity. You must always strive to be a positive force to help others.”

 

On “Passion”, drummer Mauricio Zottarelli added: “I believe the most difficult thing for us all is identifying what our true passion is. We all love many things, but to be passionate about something is a lifelong quest – it requires constant nurturing, care, and we have to surrender ourselves fully to it. The ultimate reward for this effort is immeasurable, and even though this reward may come in small doses throughout life, it will naturally help us to continue following our passion and have us on the right path always.

 

Artist interviews in the February issue of Jazz Inside’s monthly include Grammy-Winning trumpeter Claudio Roditi, saxophonist John Surman, saxophonist Jon Gordon, Chris Speed, pianist John Blum, drummer Allison Miller, Darius Jones, Moppa Elliott, Chad Taylor, Jens Wendelboe, Tineke Postma, Cadence Magazine founder and CIMP Records label owner Robert Rusch, Steve and Iqua Colson, Amanda Monaco

 

The CD Spotlight section highlights 24 new releases by Craig Bailey-Tim Armacost Brooklyn Big Band, Sheryl Bailey, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Dedic-Ballard-Grenadier, Kenny Dorham, Graham Haynes, Art Hodges, Rodney Jones, Ralph Lalama, Joe McBride, Elvis Bossa Nova, Jeremy Pelt, John Pizzarelli, Mika Pohjola, Dafnis Prieto, Quartet San Francisco, David Sanborn, Dave Sharp, Sherman Irby, Peter Sprague, Ulysses Owens, Eberhard Weber, Mauricio Zottarelli.

 

MP3 audio files of tracks from some of these recordings are available for free download at Jazz Inside’s Jazz Audio Wall – www.JazzAudioWall.com

 

This month’s installment of Ira Gitler’s Apple Chorus is entitled “I Have A New CD.”

 

Comprehensive monthly calendar and event listings for the number one jazz market in the world - New York - span 16 pages.

 

Jazz Inside NY Magazine is published monthly and is also available in print, and is available in print free at 200 locations around the New York metro area.

 

For information about advertising contact Eric Nemeyer, eric@jazzinsidemagazine.com, 215-887-8880.

 

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