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BBC Radio 3

Jazz on 3

New York Vision Festival
Jez Nelson presents highlights from the Vision Festival in New York, which showcases the best of the city's avant-garde jazz scene. With music from Henry Grimes , Fred Anderson , Mat Maneri and the free-jazz super group WARM, with bassist Reggie Workman , drummer Pheeroan akLaff and saxophonists Sam Rivers and Roscoe Mitchell.
BBC Radio 3

Jazz on 3

Joe McPhee and Lori Freedman
Jez Nelson presents more highlights from the recent Vision Festival in New York, which showcases the best of the city's avant-garde jazz scene. Featuring multi-instrumentalist improviser Joe McPhee , best known for his tenor sax and trumpet work, with Canadian contemporary music innovator Lori Freedman on bass clarinet. Plus music from the best new jazz CD releases. Producer Robert Abel
BBC Radio 3

Jazz on 3

Gwilym Simcock Big Band
Jez Nelson introduces a session recorded for the programme by the Gwilym Simcock Big Band. The first jazz musician to be selected as a BBC Radio 3 New Generation artist, Simcock is one of the most talented contemporary pianists working on the British jazz scene. Producer Robert Abel
BBC Radio 3

Jazz Line-Up

Claire Martin presents a selection of new jazz releases and a round-up of the UK jazz scene.
BBC Radio 3

Jazz on 3

Vision Festival
American jazz critic Nate Chinen presents highlights from this year's Vision Festival, an annual New York event that showcases the best of the city's avant-garde jazz scene. Featuring rising stars including the collective trio Fieldwork, pianist and composer Myra Melford and Chicago trumpeter Corey Wilkes. Producer Peggy Sutton
BBC Radio 3

Jazz Line-Up

Highlights of this year's BBC Jazz Awards, held at the Mermaid Theatre in London. Claire Martin discusses the British jazz scene with its first lady and gentleman, Cleo Laine and John Dankworth , who are receiving Special Gold Awards. Producer Keith Loxam
BBC Radio 3

Jazz Line-Up

In conversation with Julian Joseph , British saxophonist Andy Sheppard discusses his ECM label debut Movements in Colour, in which he collaborates with musicians from the European jazz scene to create a fusion of African, Latin and Indian music. Plus a track by George Russell , the American jazz composer and theorist who died last month. Producer Sushil Dade
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JAZZ CLUB

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' An Englishman in America *
Howard Lucraft illustrates and discusses the American jazz scene as he saw it during his recent four months' tour of the U.S.A.
Produced by Johnnie Stewart
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Just Jazz presents: An American in Paris

Sim Copans, with the aid of records, surveys the contemporary Parisian jazz scene.
Light Programme

Just Jazz presents: An American in Paris

Sim Copans, with the aid of records, surveys the contemporary Parisian jazz scene.
Light Programme

Just Jazz presents: An American in Paris

Sim Copans, with the aid of records, surveys the contemporary Parisian jazz scene.
Light Programme

Just Jazz

presents An American in Paris
Sim Copans with the aid of records surveys the contemporary Parisian jazz scene.
Light Programme

JUST JAZZ

presents
An American in Paris
Sim Copans , with the aid of records, surveys the contemporary Parisian jazz scene
Produced by Jack Dabbs
Light Programme

JUST JAZZ

presents
An American in Paris
Sim Copans , with the aid of records, surveys the contemporary Parisian jazz scene.
Produced by Jack Dabbs
Light Programme

JUST JAZZ

presents
An American in Paris
Sim Copans with the aid of records surveys the contemporary
Parisian jazz scene
Produced by Jack Dabbs
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Just Jazz presents: An American in Paris

Sim Sopans, with the aid of records, surveys the contemporary Parisian jazz scene.
Light Programme

Just Jazz presents: An American in Paris

Sim Copans, with the aid of records, surveys the contemporary Parisian jazz scene.
Light Programme

JUST JAZZ

presents
* An American in Paris
Sim Copans , with the aid of records, surveys the contemporary Parisian jazz scene
Produced by Jack Dabbs
Light Programme

JUST JAZZ

presents
' An American in Paris '
Sim Copans , with the aid of records, surveys the contemporary Parisian jazz scene
Produced by Jack Dabbs
Light Programme

JUST JAZZ

presents * An American in Paris'
Sim Copans , with the aid of records, surveys the contemporary Parisian jazz scene
Produced by Jack Dabbs






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