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Diversity of music, diversity of origin, diversity of audience and diversity of age; but, in this case, with one highly significant detail: young musicians were in the majority at the ten Jazz Band Ball opening concerts, thoroughly demonstrating that the jazz world is producing a promising generational change-over. Youngsters were also in the majority among those who gathered on the sand of the Zurriola to dance to the salsa of Rubén Blades, seconded by the extraordinary combo of Roberto Delgado, with a brilliant wind section. In the audience, a joyful combination of European and Latin Americans, the latter delighted with one of their great idols. Young, very young, at 18, is the French guitarist Tom Ibarra, already capable of heading a high-carat quintet, and yet another guitarist, Julian Lage, somewhat more veteran and with his own ideas at the front of his trio. The British threesome GoGo Penguin is a fine exponent of this generational change-over in the jazz world: they know the essences and they transform them. Another very different trio is Too Many Zooz, irreverent in form and music, based on a fiery rhythm. Deserving of a separate mention is Endangered Blood, a powerful quartet made up of Jim Black, Chris Speed, Oscar Noriega and Trevor Dunn. And the Trizak trio, with members Hasier Oleaga, Jon Piris and Julen Izarra, proving that Basque jazz is now at a moment of maturity. This time the Jazz Band Ball fest didn’t stop at the Zurriola and the Kursaal. It made its way to Alderdi Eder, with huge public following, and to the Nauticool, setting of beautiful sunsets. And the San Telmo Museum had its aperitif in the shape of a fabulous concert with two trombone players showing excellent form, Conrad Herwig and Carlos Martín, preceded by an interesting talk given by Patri Gioalde, professor at Musikene, on Duke Ellington. A resounding success of a night, musical diversity, fantastic weather, brilliant people. Almost 50,000 of them. [post_title] => Tribute to diversity [post_excerpt] => The Heineken Jazzaldia aims to reflect cultural and social diversity, a remit met by a mile on its first day. [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => tribute-to-diversity [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2018-07-26 18:49:34 [post_modified_gmt] => 2018-07-26 16:49:34 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://heinekenjazzaldia.eus/?p=16867 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [1] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 16317 [post_author] => 2 [post_date] => 2018-06-22 14:02:19 [post_date_gmt] => 2018-06-22 12:02:19 [post_content] => Mary-eta-Michel-argazkia The Donostiako Jazzaldia Award was introduced in 1994 to recognise the career and example of enormously important artists in the jazz of yesterday and today. The 2018 Award will be presented during the Festival to the singer Mary Stallings and the multi-instrumentalist Michel Portal. The catalogue of names to have won the award constitutes an impressive list of some of the leading jazz talents. 1994: Doc Cheatham 1995: Phil Woods 1996: Hank Jones 1997: Steve Lacy 1998: Chick Corea 1999: Max Roach and Clark Terry 2000: Kenny Barron 2001: Ray Brown 2002: Elvin Jones 2003: Bebo Valdés 2004: Shirley Horn and Fernando Trueba 2005: Keith Jarrett and Charles Mingus (in memoriam) 2006: Herbie Hancock 2007: Wayne Shorter 2008: Ahmad Jamal 2009: Roy Haynes 2010: Ron Carter 2011: Toots Thielemans 2012: Jimmy Cobb and Pierre Lafont (in memoriam) 2013: Lee Konitz and Juan Claudio Cifuentes 2014: Toshiko Akiyoshi 2015: Benny Golson 2016: Ellis Marsalis 2017: Charles Lloyd [post_title] => Mary Stallings and Michel Portal to receive the 2018 Donostiako Jazzaldia Award [post_excerpt] => The Donostiako Jazzaldia Award was introduced in 1994 to recognise the career and example of enormously important artists in the jazz of yesterday and today. [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => mary-stallings-and-michel-portal-to-receive-the-2018-donostiako-jazzaldia-award [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2018-06-28 13:01:07 [post_modified_gmt] => 2018-06-28 11:01:07 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://heinekenjazzaldia.eus/?p=16317 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [2] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 15831 [post_author] => 2 [post_date] => 2018-06-11 11:34:03 [post_date_gmt] => 2018-06-11 09:34:03 [post_content] => [caption id="attachment_15847" align="aligncenter" width="900"]San-Telmo-Museoa San Telmo Museum[/caption] The 53 Heineken Jazzaldia will continue its successful collaboration of recent years with Musikene (Higher School of Music of the Basque Country) and the San Telmo Museum, resulting in excellent concerts turning the spotlight on local musicians, who on occasions share their projects with first-rate European and American musicians. Also participating in this collaboration, like in previous years, is the Fundación SGAE, the General Society of Authors and Publishers, sponsor of the season. The Heineken Jazzaldia offers Musikene the opportunity to programme projects put together by its professors and chosen by mutual agreement. Based on the same system, this year four projects of an extraordinary standard have been selected, both for the quality of their performers and for the objective interest of their proposals. As an added feature, Patri Goialde, professor at Musikene, will give a talk before each concert on some of the greatest jazz artists of all time, a popular initiative last year. This time round, the talks, which will be in Spanish, will turn their attention to Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday, Charlie Parker and Charles Mingus. The venue has a limited capacity of 200 people. The doors will open at 11:20 and those coming along to hear the talk, which will start at 11:30, can also stay for the concert, which will begin at around 12:20. The San Telmo Museum – Fundación SGAE Space programme is as follows: July 25th San Telmo Museum - Fundación SGAE Space. 11:30. Admission free. Talk by Patri Goialde on Duke Ellington Conrad Herwig-Carlos Martín Quintet July 26th San Telmo Museum - Fundación SGAE Space. 11:30. Admission free. Talk by Patri Goialde on Billie Holiday Skytrain July 27th San Telmo Museum - Fundación SGAE Space. 11:30. Admission free. Talk by Patri Goialde on Charlie Parker Chris Kase Quartet July 28th San Telmo Museum - Fundación SGAE Space. 11:30. Admission free. 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Photo: Lolo Vasco[/caption] The 53 Heineken Jazzaldia will programme nine concerts in the Skoda Space, located in Alderdi Eder, increasing by one the concerts to be given in this space compared to last year. We therefore continue the fruitful collaboration between Skoda, official car of the Heineken Jazzaldia, and the Festival. These nine concerts, with free admission, will be given by truly excellent figures on the local (Víctor de Diego, Old School Funky Family, Sara Mansilla, Voltaia, The Disappointments, Albericola) and international (Dick Oatts, Julian Lage, Derek Brown, Trojan Sound System) scenes, grouped together under the heading “From Jazz to Soul”. Particularly worthy of mention is the concert by Dennis Alcapone and Dawn Penn with the Trojan Sounds System, a look back at the big Jamaican hit songs which will be performed exclusively on this stage. The same circumstance applies to Old School Funky Family, the hugely entertaining band from the French Basque Country which has audiences everywhere up and dancing. Jazz will have an excellent representation in the Dick Oatts & Víctor de Diego Quintet, the Julian Lage Trio, The Disappointments and Albericola, in this latter case with a Cuban touch. Derek Brown is another figure to be taken into account for the peculiar way he plays the sax, a method he has dubbed Beatbox Sax. Young Basque talent too will have two fine ambassadors, Sara Mansilla and Voltaia. The complete Skoda Space programme is as follows: July 25th 19:30. Old School Funky Family 22:00. Dick Oatts & Víctor de Diego Quintet July 26th 19:30. Derek Brown: Beatbox Sax 22:00. Julian Lage Trio July 27th 19:30-23:30. Trojan Sound System ft. Dennis Alcapone & Dawn Penn July 28th 19:30. The Disappointments 22:00. Albericola July 29th 18:30. Voltaia 21:00. Sara Mansilla [post_title] => The Skoda Space, in Alderdi Eder, increases its number of concerts to nine [post_excerpt] => The 53 Heineken Jazzaldia will programme nine concerts in the Skoda Space, located in Alderdi Eder, increasing by one the concerts to be given in this space compared to last year. We therefore continue the fruitful collaboration between Skoda, official car of the Heineken Jazzaldia, and the Festival. 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Ruben-BladesWEB Rubén Blades, one of the kings of salsa, comes accompanied by the fantastic Panamanian combo lead by Roberto Delgado and will be the star of the Festival’s first date: 9 in the evening of 25th July. The midnight concert that day will be brought to us by Too Many Zooz, a modern and innovative trio from New York who are causing a buzz in the city and perform an explosive live show. Gary Clark Jr. is the guitarist of the moment, combining young poise with a fine grip on the works of the masters of blues, rock and soul for a hugely intensive rhythmic result. He will perform at midnight on the 26th. Previously, at 9 o’clock, the stage will be occupied by Izaro, the Basque singer enjoying a meteoric career as increasingly more people come to appreciate her enormous sensitivity. Mikel Erentxun is an essential figure of Spanish pop-rock and has enormously influenced local musicians, during both his solo period and his time with Duncan Dhu; he also comes with a long international background. His performance will be at midnight on 27th July. The programme of the Heineken Green Stage will be rounded off at 9 o’clock that evening with the concert by Amateur, a group from San Sebastian which recovers the pop hues of La Buena Vida, their previous project. The last day of the Green Stage, 28th July, also enjoys a gala programme kicking off with Morgan, who can be considered to be the revelation Spanish group of the last year, at 9 pm. At midnight, Anna Calvi, an emerging talent already qualified as “the new PJ Harvey”. All of the concerts on the Heineken Green Stage are free. 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[post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => ruben-blades-gary-clark-jr-mikel-erentxun-izaro-and-morgan-headline-the-varied-heineken-green-stage-programme [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2018-05-11 11:01:23 [post_modified_gmt] => 2018-05-11 09:01:23 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://heinekenjazzaldia.eus/?p=15092 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [5] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 14806 [post_author] => 2 [post_date] => 2018-04-12 13:03:02 [post_date_gmt] => 2018-04-12 11:03:02 [post_content] => Stallings is a veteran vocalist in full swing of her artistic and vital maturity Pianist Carla Bley, whose performance had been announced at the 53 Heineken Jazzaldia to take place on 27 July at 12:30 in the Victoria Eugenia Theatre, has cancelled the last part of her tour and will therefore not be able to give this concert. In her place, at the same time and venue, will be the singer Mary Stallings, a veteran vocalist from San Francisco in full swing of her artistic and vital maturity. So much so that The New York Times recently said that “Stallings is perhaps the best jazz singer singing today”. Tickets already purchased for Carla Bley are automatically valid for Mary Stallings, with no need for their holders to take any action. However, in the event of preferring a refund, it must be requested from the Victoria Eugenia Theatre ticket desk (opening times: 11:30-13:30 and 17:00-20:00), by calling 943 48 19 00 or by writing to the email: infojazz@donostia.eus Mary-StallingsWEB Mary Stallings (voice), Hervé Sellin (piano), Joshua Ginsburg (double bass), Mario Gonzi (drums) Veteran singer Mary Stallings is the perfect example of how artistic and vital maturity is essential for being a great vocalist. Given her sense of swing, her phrasing loaded with blues and her talent for performing, it’s easy to understand why The New York Times recently said that “Stallings is perhaps the best jazz singer singing today”. As far back as the 50s, she was already performing in the clubs in and around San Francisco, her native city, with groups of luminaries including Ben Webster, Cal Tjader, Earl Hines or Wes Montgomery. She later became a member of the Count Basie, Billy Eckstine and Dizzie Gillespie orchestras. The recordings of albums made in her name were accompanied by great pianists, such as Monty Alexander and Geri Allen. She was drawn out of her long retirement and back onto the stage by the prestigious trumpetist Wynton Marsalis. Stallings has regularly performed in the great jazz temples of the United States, including the Blue Note and the Lincoln Center, and at festivals like Monterey or San Francisco. 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Diversity of music, diversity of origin, diversity of audience and diversity of age; but, in this case, with one highly significant detail: young musicians were in the majority at the ten Jazz Band Ball opening concerts, thoroughly demonstrating that the jazz world is producing a promising generational change-over. Youngsters were also in the majority among those who gathered on the sand of the Zurriola to dance to the salsa of Rubén Blades, seconded by the extraordinary combo of Roberto Delgado, with a brilliant wind section. In the audience, a joyful combination of European and Latin Americans, the latter delighted with one of their great idols. Young, very young, at 18, is the French guitarist Tom Ibarra, already capable of heading a high-carat quintet, and yet another guitarist, Julian Lage, somewhat more veteran and with his own ideas at the front of his trio. The British threesome GoGo Penguin is a fine exponent of this generational change-over in the jazz world: they know the essences and they transform them. Another very different trio is Too Many Zooz, irreverent in form and music, based on a fiery rhythm. Deserving of a separate mention is Endangered Blood, a powerful quartet made up of Jim Black, Chris Speed, Oscar Noriega and Trevor Dunn. And the Trizak trio, with members Hasier Oleaga, Jon Piris and Julen Izarra, proving that Basque jazz is now at a moment of maturity. This time the Jazz Band Ball fest didn’t stop at the Zurriola and the Kursaal. It made its way to Alderdi Eder, with huge public following, and to the Nauticool, setting of beautiful sunsets. And the San Telmo Museum had its aperitif in the shape of a fabulous concert with two trombone players showing excellent form, Conrad Herwig and Carlos Martín, preceded by an interesting talk given by Patri Gioalde, professor at Musikene, on Duke Ellington. 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The Heineken Jazzaldia aims to reflect cultural and social diversity, a remit met by a mile on its first day.