If you attend the Michael Anthony Quartet’s Thursday, Nov. 20, jazz concert, you’ll hear two brand-new pieces. Premieres, you might say.
Artist Alice Valdez makes her living from her work, and the Weems ArtFest
Retirement is not a word in the vocabulary of internationally renowned Native American sculptor Michael Naranjo.
Saxophonist Doug Lawrence makes his home in Albuquerque but does much of his playing on the road, mostly touring with the Count Basie Orchestra.
Good things can happen when friends come together.
When do musicians become sociologists?
Hindustani vocal virtuoso Meeta Pandit is the sixth generation in an unbroken family line of singers but the first woman musician in the family.
Musician to perform pieces that are ‘technically difficult’
The popular Americana music collective known as Birds of Chicago recently added a roadie, but Ida Maeve is not your typical band hanger-on.
In the 1970s, keyboardist-composer Jeff Lorber was a driving force in what was called jazz fusion, a blending of jazz with rock, R&B and funk.
Violinist David Felberg and the late cellist Felix Wurman will collaborate in a concert.
There’s whimsy and wordplay in the name of the four-hand piano duo ZOFO.