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Category: EDITION 2019

the southwestern Sardinian jazz festival

MATTHEW SHIPP TRIO special guest NICOLE MITCHELL

All Things Are Matthew Shipp Trio It’s the way he (Matthew Shipp) srints, cuts, and spins that demands rapt attention. Blocking out heavy chords, rippling through insanely complex but cleanly articulated runs and arpeggios, and plucking strings inside the piano, his hands move both independently andin complete synchronicity. Similarly he and Bisio and Dickey offer…
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DWIGHT TRIBLE QUARTET

Mothership Whether he’s leading his own group or singing with the Pharoah Sanders Quartet or acting as the vocal director for the Horace Tapscott Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra or collaborating with the likes of Bobby Hutcherson, Kamasi Washington, Jr., Charles Lloyd, or Oscar Brown, Jr., Dwight Trible is a jazz singer who prizes a sense of adventure, musicians, and modernity. In addition to singing with…
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BEN LAMAR GAY

The man who spoke to the rocks   Chicago cornetist Ben Lamar Gay is one of the city’s most adventurous and boundary-pushing performers with sound that touches upon avant-garde jazz, hip-hop, indie rock, Brazilian traditions, and experimental electronic composition. A member of the AACM, Gay (who also spent time traveling and living in Brazil) emerged in the 2000s singing and…
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Black Earth Ensemble

Nicole Mitchell’s Black Earth Ensemble (BEE) is a musical celebration of the African American cultural legacy. Founded and directed in 1998 by creative flutist/composer Nicole Mitchell, BEE has performed in festivals and art venues throughout Europe, Canada and throughout the U.S.  BEE’s music embraces the ancient past and paints visions of a positive future. The music is the weaving of swing,…
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Lonnie Holley Solo

Lonnie Holley was born on February 10, 1950 in Birmingham, Alabama. From the age of five, Holley worked various jobs: picking up trash at a drive-in movie theatre, washing dishes, and cooking. He lived in a whiskey house, on the state fairgrounds, and in several foster homes. His early life was chaotic and Holley was never…
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Bandakadabra

Seven woodwinds. Two percussions. Rocksteady, balkan, a real street-orchestra that combines the energy of the street sound bands of the big Thirties bands. Born in Turin, the Bandakadabra boasts a frenetic activity that led it to perform both in Italy and in the rest of Europe and to gain a growing attention from fans, thanks…
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LONNIE HOLLEY TRIO

Lonnie Holley was born on February 10, 1950 in Birmingham, Alabama. From the age of five, Holley worked various jobs: picking up trash at a drive-in movie theatre, washing dishes, and cooking. He lived in a whiskey house, on the state fairgrounds, and in several foster homes. His early life was chaotic and Holley was never…
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DWIGHT TRIBLE with KAHIL EL’ZABAR DUO

Kahil El’Zabar Internationally renowned percussionist and composer Kahil El’Zabar is considered one of the most prolific jazz innovators of his generation. Indeed El’Zabar is a true “Renaissance Man,” with a musical style and content that flows from ancient Africa to the modern world. In his own words, “The spirit of one’s approach comes first before…
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BURNT SUGAR THE ARKESTRA CHAMBER

Not a Rock Star but A Black Star: Burnt Sugar Freaks Bowie Founded by Village Voice icon Greg Tate and co-led with Dayton Ohio monster bassist Jared Michael Nickerson since 1999, Burnt Sugar the Arkestra Chamber is a sprawling band of musicians whose prodigious personnel allows them to freely juggle a wide swath of the…
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Ben Lamar Gay

Chicago cornetist Ben Lamar Gay is one of the city’s most adventurous and boundary-pushing performers with sound that touches upon avant-garde jazz, hip-hop, indie rock, Brazilian traditions, and experimental electronic composition. A member of the AACM, Gay (who also spent time traveling and living in Brazil) emerged in the 2000s singing and playing a variety of instruments. Most often, he…
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