Diz to Today
By Dan Ouellette
The amiable 87-year-old saxophonist, educator, NEA Jazz Master, big band leader and elder statesman in the Heath Brothers group is optimistic about the future of jazz as he keeps “the continuum” going.
See a Little Light
By Ted Panken
We caught up with the pianist in his homeland of Panama, where he curates and helps run the Panama Jazz Festival.
By Phillip Lutz
The violinist’s new album, Southern Comfort (OKeh/Sony), was partially inspired by her family’s roots in the Southern region of the United States.
‘No Genre Will Claim Me’
By Aaron Cohen
The Grammy-winning guitarist’s latest CD, BLUESAmericana (Kind of Blue), comes about 20 years after his emergence as a contemporary blues player with an impressive command of acoustic roots music.
2014 International Summer Festival Guide