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RENEE ROSNES / KINDS OF LOVE out 9.3.21

Due out Sept. 3rd via Smoke Sessions Records, 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…
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Carnegie Hall Live presents A Tribute to Chick Corea

With a career that spanned nearly six decades, Chick Corea achieved iconic status as one of the most revered figures in contemporary jazz. To celebrate Corea’s genre-shattering music and on-stage partnerships that defined him for generations, Eliane Elias, Herbie Hancock, Hubert Laws, Makoto Ozone, and Renee Rosnes with Ron Carter pay tribute to the piano master on what would have been his 80th birthday. A host of other musicians and celebrity fans share their own recollections as part of this special tribute event. View on YouTube:   
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Ron Carter: Live in Stockholm, Vol. 1 & Vol. 2 out now!

Ron Carter Foursight Quartet featuring Jimmy Greene, Renee Rosnes & Payton Crossley "With us, nobody knows exactly what happens when. This is precisely why every concert is a real challenge. We almost always play 35 to 40 minutes without a stop. No breaks, just slight changes that show the beginning of a new song. This kind of thing only works with this band! ...It's like giving a private concert in a living room, or we could be a chamber music ensemble that develops the power…
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Billboard includes Artemis in Best Moments of Newport Jazz Festival

The seven-piece, all-women super-group performed songs from the Beatles to Wayne Shorter -- but it was their duo take on the Stevie Wonder classic, which itself has jazz ties thanks to original harpist Dorothy Ashby, that proved irresistible. Cécile McLorin Salvant, accompanied by Renee Rosnes, performed the song simply and beautifully, creating a perfect pairing with the inimitable Fort Adams park vista.
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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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