Posts Tagged ‘Amir Elsaffar’

Flutist/Composer JAMIE BAUM Inspired by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan & Travels in South Asia, Releases “IN THIS LIFE” (Sunnyside) Oct 8, 2013

Friday, August 9th, 2013

1363DigipakFlutist-Composer Jamie Baum Explores Her Passion For Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Informed By Her Travels in South Asia, Revealing Her Most Inspired Work To Date

In This Life
Out October 8, 2013
via Sunnyside Records



Featuring Her New Septet+ With
Amir ElSaffar, Taylor Haskins, Douglas Yates,
Chris Komer, John Escreet, Zach Lober, Jeff Hirshfield,
Dan Weiss, Samuel Torres

Long an experimenter in new chamber jazz textures and milieus, New York-based flutist/composer Jamie Baum accomplishes her biggest artistic and compositional breakthrough with the stellar In This Life, inspired by the music of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and inspired by her travels in South Asia.

Baum’s musical imagination and skills are not limited by her origins or circumstances – instead, they are enriched by her experiences. They help her realize In This Life, a suite of pieces for her newly mintedSeptet+ (an evolution of the longstanding and renowned Jamie Baum Septet). The recording is exciting, beguiling, memorable, warm, virtuosic and multi-layered. It is one of those treasured recordings that pulls you in, revealing more and more depth with each subsequent hearing.


Friday June 19: Two Excellent Client Events in New York City

Saturday, June 13th, 2009

Vijay Iyer (photo credit: Christopher Drukker)
Vijay Iyer (photo credit: Christopher Drukker)

Friday, June 19 – 8pm (doors 7:30)
VIJAY IYER TRIO performing at Harlem’s Temple M
Vijay Iyer, piano
Stephan Crump, bass
Marcus Gilmore, drums

555 West 141st Street (East of Broadway)
New York, NY 10031
Subways: 1 train to 137 & Broadway (City College) or A/B/C/D to 145 & St-Nicholas


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