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Presented on November 25, 2020

Jazz Juniors Network Discussion Panel: Jazz In Pandemic

Featuring the music of Adam Pieronczyk
Duration: 99:00

Adam Pierończyk (saxophone player, Artistic Director of the Jazz Juniors Festival, Poland); Sigtryggur Baldursson (Iceland Music Export, Iceland); Shinji Kitakawa (Tokyo Jazz Festival, Japan). Moderator: Piotr Metz (Polish Radio).
Presented on November 24, 2020

Jazz Juniors Network Discussion Panel: How To Built An International Network In Jazz Industry

Featuring the music of Adam Pieronczyk
Duration: 99:00

Helen Mechitova (Kavkas Jazz Festival, Georgia); Cyril Moshkow (Jazz.Ru Magazine, Russia); Oriol Sana (Barcelona Fiddle Congress, Spain); Ratko Zjaca (More & Jazz Festival, Croatia). Moderator: Agata Grenda (Grenda. Produkcja kultury).
Presented on November 23, 2020

Jazz Juniors Network Performance: Jazz Juniors Competition

Featuring the music of Krzysztof Baranowski
Duration: 99:00

The Competition has been an inseparable element of the Jazz Juniors Festival since 1976. During the Festival young musicians can win attractive prizes, but they also promote themselves in front of representatives of the broadly understood music industry. The Competition is open to debutants, not older than 35 years of age. One of our aims is to let them release their first professional album. We also guarantee international concert engagements and contracts signed with the winners by representatives of foreign festivals and publishing houses. In 2020 the Ziółek Quartet has won the Grand Prix of Jazz Juniors. The Ziółek Kwartet, whose members are: Grzegorz Ziółek (piano), Marcin Elszkowski (trumpet), Piotr Narajowski (bass), and Miłosz Berdzik (drums). Performers: Krzysztof Baranowski Trio; Semiotic Quintet; Kuba Banaszek Quartet; Ziółek Kwartet; JAH Trio; Roland Abreu & The Quban Latin Jazz.
Presented on November 19, 2020

Looni Tooni

Featuring the music of Oz Noy
Duration: 6:56

Oz Noy with Dennis Chambers, Will Lee, John Sneider, Brian Charette, Daniel Sadownick. Constantly seeking untapped musical terrain, New York-based guitarist and composer Oz Noy steps onto fertile ground with Snapdragon. The spry rhythmic wallop that characterized his previous album, the backbeat-driven Booga Looga Loo, remains in full force — only now welded to an open, bop-inflected chromaticism fostering a more dynamic, searching improvisational energy. Intricately winding unison melody lines spiral out across fatback rhythmscapes, expertly realized by animpressive cast of soloists and supporting musicians. Among those stoking the fires of the rhythm section are Dennis Chambers, Vinnie Colaiuta, Dave Weckl, Will Lee, James Genus, and John Patitiucci, while Noy trades improvised solos and notated melodies with saxophonist Chris Potter, keyboardists David Kikoski and Jason Lindner, trumpeter John Sneider, guitarist Adam Rogers, and the recently deceased trumpet Wallace Roney, whose subtly blues-tinged solo glides over the nimble rhythmic modulations of “Outer Look.”
Presented on November 16, 2020

I Feel Pretty

Featuring the music of George Kahn
Duration: 5:37

George Kahn and his quartet (Pat Kelley, David Hughes, Alex Acuña) give the song from West Side Story a new spin with this time-shifting version.
Presented on November 1, 2020

My Final Party

Featuring the music of Stephane Querry
Duration: 3:57

"My Final Party" is a jazz ballad about the sadness of moving and leaving friends.
Presented on October 29, 2020

The making of The Great Un-American Songbook Vol III: Run for Your Life

Featuring the music of Ed Palermo
Duration: 3:47

Arranger / composer / saxophonist Ed Palermo, leader of the New York based Ed Palermo Big Band, embraces inspiration from jazz, rock and pop sources to create extraordinary arrangements for his jazz big band that always surprise and delight. Watch this video of Palermo, who answers 5 questions about his new album The Great Un-American Songbook V. II: Run for Your Life, and hear his first-rate band music summon joy.

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