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The Artistry Of highlights, reflects, and celebrates. It mixes and shares language from different artistic disciplines; a musician is a poet; a singer’s voice is described as colorful, and an artist stuns and blinds your senses with the brilliance of their creative energy and expression.

Listen for The Artistry Of - Wednesday evenings in the third hour of Dinner Jazz on JAZZ.FM91.

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The Artistry Of ... Brian Bromberg

Friday, 24 February 2017 15:55

The experience of music in Brian’s family when he was a child reads like one you have heard before but there are some very cool twists and curves along the route to his becoming the master bass player that he is that makes the story very groovy. 

The Artistry Of ... Paul Novotny

Friday, 24 February 2017 15:51

He is a bass player-composer and a teacher. I think there is a special perspective when the composer is someone who play's an instrument that is traditionally thought of as a supportive part of the band; like the way you build a house by laying the foundation and putting up support beams first. It is the way I imagine it to be and I think it would be a very unique, different kind of fantastic way to create.

The Artistry Of ... Arthur Prysock

Thursday, 02 February 2017 12:46

I had some aunties in my family who if you mentioned Billy Eckstine they’d be no good for moment of two.

The Artistry Of ... Steve Tyrell

Thursday, 26 January 2017 12:08

You have to be a little bold and brave to put your own stamp on some of the great American standards and Great American Songbook tunes. They are culture giants and demand moxy, respect, charm, and if you’re brave enough, independence in the delivery so you can make them your own and stand out from the pack.

The Artistry Of ... Al Jarreau

Thursday, 19 January 2017 12:43

There is just so much to him I don’t think we’ll ever know ... His whole body sings. It is as true to soul music as you can get; pure soul music making. He defines and redefines jazz all at once, and every time he sings - even if you can’t stop to listen - something in you stops so you can listen.

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