Stacey Kent presents Lalo Schifrin conducting the BBC Big Band in his Little Jazz Suite. Plus what's on in the UK jazz scene this week.
Producer: Keith Loxam.
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Claire Martin presents a look at the jazz scene, talks to prolific composer and trumpeter Terence Blanchard and gives a roundup of some jazz concerts in the UK next week. Producer Keith Loxam E-MAIL: email@example.com
Stacey Kent presents more music and news from the current jazz scene. Today's programme features UK bassist
Gary Crosby, who tries his hand at the Jazz Line-Up Music Test. Producer Lindsay Pell
A new series reflecting what's happening on the jazz scene today. Andy Sheppard , one of the UK's leading saxophone players, performs in the studio and talks to Claire Martin about his latest project. Plus a roundup of what's on in the UKthis month. Producer Lindsay Pell
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The Hal Russell Story. Linton Chiswick offers an introduction to one of contemporary jazz's hidden treasures. Born in the same year as John Coltrane and Miles Davis , multi-instrumentalist Hal Russell played drums with both in the early 1950s before spearheading Chicago's free jazz scene with the Joe Daley Trio. Revered as a drummer and vibes player Russell took up the saxophone at the age of 50 and began playing like his hero Albert Ayler. With contributions from record producer Steve Lake and saxophonist Mars Williams. Producer Steve Shepherd
Stacey Kent presents news from the UK jazz scene and chats to Brian Morton about the latest record releases.
Producer: Keith Loxam.
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Our Language. As Wall Street stocks continue to soar, so does the popularity of the jazz scene with the likes of Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong dominating the field. The third of this week's programmes, however, reveals how other great artists emerge to follow their lead, including Bessie Smith , Bix Beiderbecke -the first white jazz star- and Benny Goodman.
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Claire Martin with news of the UK Jazz scene.
Producer Keith Loxam. ADDRESS: Jazz Line-Up.
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The Dark Keys. The concluding part of this series exploring the issue of race on the British jazz scene. Presenter Kevin Le Gendre looks at how welcoming the established London jazz clubs are to black musicians and examines the nature of Britain'sjazz audiences.
Helen Mayhew presents a live edition, including new jazz releases and an update on what's happening in the British jazz scene.
Stacey Kent presents a selection of new jazz CDs and a roundup of what's on in the UK jazz scene.
Helen Mayhew presents a selection of new jazz CD releases. Plus a look at the UK jazz scene in the coming week.
Claire Martin presents a selection of new jazz CDs and a round-up of what's on in the UK jazz scene.
Helen Mayhew presents a selection of new jazz
CD releases and a round-up of the UK jazz scene.
Helen Mayhew presents a selection of new jazz CD releases, and a look at the UK jazz scene.
Julian Joseph listens to new jazz CD releases and presents a round-up of British jazz-scene news.
Helen Mayhew talks to jazz vocalist Andy Bey and presents a selection of new CD releases.
Plus a round-up of news from the UK jazz scene.
Henri Texier Strada Sextet
Widely acclaimed as both composer and virtuoso bass player, Texier stands firmly rooted in the French jazz scene while also engaging with influences from North African music. He is joined by Francois Corneloup (saxophones), Gueorgui Kornazov (trombone) and Manu Codjia (guitar) to perform works from his new album Vivre. Recorded at the Gateshead Jazz Festival. With Jez Nelson.
Claire Martin presents a selection of new jazz CDs and a roundup of what's on in the UK jazz scene.
Claire Martin presents a selection of new jazz CD releases and looks ahead to the next week in the British jazz scene.