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Six years in the making, the documentary film of the most comprehensive look into the life of jazz bassist Ron Carter arrives. Ron Carter: Finding the Right Notes was produced and directed by Peter Schnall, a seven-time Emmy Award and Peabody Award winner.  The recording features the Maestro's Foursight Quartet with Renee Rosnes, Jimmy Greene and Payton Crossley from a live performance in Stockholm, Sweden.
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Honoring Hank Jones at SFJAZZ with Joe Lovano’s Classic Quartet

On Friday, Nov. 18th, at SFJAZZ's Miner Auditorium, Joe Lovano with his Classic Quartet including Renee Rosnes, Peter Washington and Lewis Nash, explored a wide range of repertoire in celebration of the late pianist Hank Jones. The concert was also a part of SFJAZZ's Friday live-stream series.
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Renee Rosnes Quartet at Jazz at Lincoln Center

  Ms. Rosnes celebrated the release of her latest recording at Dizzy's with a sterling band including saxophonist Steve Wilson, bassist Peter Washington & drummer Carl Allen. As pianist Billy Childs penned in the liner notes, "Today, a major voice in jazz, Renee Rosnes stands at the summit of pianist-composers who have left—and continue to leave—an indelible mark on this music. As a pianist, she is an entirely unique and original artist who is, at once, firmly rooted in the legacy and tradition of the…
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Kinds of Love is a celebration and meditation on the myriad of forms that love has taken in the pianist's life. The staggering all-star quintet that Rosnes assembled for the occasion – saxophonist Chris Potter, bassist Christian McBride, drummer Carl Allen, and percussionist Rogério Boccato – represent a deep web of friendships and collaborations stretching back decades in some cases. The recording date marked one of their first times back in a studio after the long dry spell of 2020, and Rosnes seized the opportunity…
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Doris Duke Jazz Oral Histories Project

In May 2009, Renee Rosnes sat down with jazz journalist Will Friedwald for a three-hour, two-part videotaped interview at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts as part of the Duke Jazz Oral Histories project, established by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. This captivating, all-encompassing conversation has been archived is available for viewing at the New York Public Library (40 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY, 10023).
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