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  • Culture Watch: Kermit Driscoll's 'Reveille' CD

     
    Bassist Kermit Driscoll forges an all-star, adventurous first album as a bandleader with the help of guitarist Bill Frisell and drummer Vinnie Colaiuta....
  • 'Jazz: The Smithsonian Anthology' unrivaled in quality and detail. Allentown natives featured.

     
    By Steve Siegel Special to The Morning Call “JAZZ: The Smithsonian Anthology” Smithsonian Folkways Singer Mel Torme once commented that both jazz and love are easy to experience, yet are the hardest two things to describe. With jazz, the...
  • Coming to Ojai--jazz composer Maria Schneider

     
    Jazz composer Maria Schneider lives in the kind of small New York City apartment that you can't imagine her ever leaving. It's old and warm and crammed with beloved books and things of a life imaginatively lived, notably, of course,......
  • Album review: Lee Konitz, Brad Mehldau, Charlie Haden and Paul Motian's “Live at Birdland”

     
    A quartet of jazz heavyweights embark on patient explorations of jazz standards in this live set....
  • 'George Condo: A Collection of Etchings' at the Rutberg gallery, June 18 to Sept. 3

     
    Works by contemporary American artist George Condo will be part of an exhibition at the Jack Rutberg Fine Arts gallery on La Brea Avenue from June 18 to Sept. 3. Unless you can wear one of the works, of what......
  • Arts center has a 'silver' lineup

    Arts center has a 'silver' lineup
    The Costa Mesa institution now known as the Segerstrom Center for the Arts held its first performance in September 1986. Nearly 25 years later, the largest performing arts venue in Orange County is planning a robust lineup for its silver anniversary...
  • On Theater: Center lifts curtain on 2011-12 season

    Oldies, newcomers and the 25th anniversary revival of arguably the greatest musical of all time dot the calendar of the Segerstrom Center for the Arts for its upcoming 2011-12 season — which, coincidentally, also is the center's 25th season. The...
  • March 31: Chicago Scene - Miles Davis Festival

    March 31: Chicago Scene - Miles Davis Festival
    Miles Davis Festival www.milesdavisfestival.org Recommended shows: Miles Davis Festival Bitches Brew 40th Anniversary Band Thursday, March 31 8 p.m. Martyrs' 3855 N. Lincoln Ave. Chicago $25 advanced tickets martyrslive.com Robert Irving, III...
  • In The Pipeline: Musical master visits Surf City's neighbor

    In The Pipeline: Musical master visits Surf City's neighbor
    It's not often that you get to speak with a musical legend as lasting and impactful as Herb Alpert. Given that he will be performing May 20 in our backyard at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall in Costa Mesa, I thought you might enjoy this....
  • Book review: 'Alan Lomax: The Man Who Recorded the World' by John Szwed

    Book review: 'Alan Lomax: The Man Who Recorded the World' by John Szwed
    Alan Lomax The Man Who Recorded the World John Szwed Viking: 438 pp., $29.95 Alan Lomax was a titanic figure whose ambitions were even greater than his formidable energies. Beginning his career as a folklorist in the 1930s with field recordings of...
  • Mysterious Forces: The Wood Brothers play Ridgefield Playhouse on May 18

    Mysterious Forces: The Wood Brothers play Ridgefield Playhouse on May 18
    A Wood Brothers show can veer off into a number of different, closely related musical territories. It’s one part intimate, singer-songwriter showcase, with Oliver Wood’s well-crafted compositions and whiskey-honed voice front and center and...
  • Labyrinth of Sound: Theremin virtuoso Eric Ross creates music, just by waving his arms around

    Labyrinth of Sound: Theremin virtuoso Eric Ross creates music, just by waving his arms around
    Eric and Mary Ross: Boulevard d'Reconstructie May 25, 8 p.m., $8-$15, Real Art Ways, 56 Arbor St., Hartford, (860) 232-1006, realartways.org.   It's the spooky solo instrument in every '50s sci-fi movie orchestra. It's the trippy, skyward warble in...