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June 2022

Tal Cohen Presents Jewish Jazz

After playing around the world, Tal Cohen introduces a new set of music to Arts Garage influenced by his childhood in Israel. Expect infectious grooves meeting traditional Israeli folk music and traditional jazz meeting…

Grachan Moncur III obituary | Jazz

American jazz trombonist Grachan Moncur III, who died on his 85th birthday, was among the first to show that there was a place for his instrument in the avant-garde of the 1960s. Wayne Shorter and Archie Shepp, he was destined to remain in…

MacD on music: yes, more of that jazz

It's been a few weeks since the Jazz Festival, but its spirit lives on in the hearts of music lovers across the city (and at Bennigan's on Saturday nights, 5-8 p.m.). This week, I'm talking to Ursula McHugh, a regular festival performer…