Kait Dunton

Kait Dunton

L.A. based pianist Kait Dunton has been around awhile but just in the past few years has begun to get the recognition she deserves. Jazz.com voted her one of the “10 Future Jazz Stars” in 2012 and her first CD Real and Imagined got rave reviews from...
Anat Cohen

Anat Cohen

THE CLARINET IS NO LONGER FOR SQUARES According to a recent article in the New York Times, that old school favorite, the clarinet, is back and not since the days of Benny Goodman has there been so much to do about a clarinet player. Her name is Anat Cohen, an Israeli...
Regina Carter

Regina Carter

Regina Carter is a violin virtuosa, it’s simple as that. She is a classically trained violinist who today is considered the master of the jazz violin. In 2001 She was invited to play a concert in Genoa, Italy using a 1743 violin that had belonged to Niccolo...
Jane Bunnett

Jane Bunnett

Jane Bunnett, while she has been nominated twice for a Grammy for best Latin Jazz recording is not a household name on the U.S. music scene. She is, however, one of the foremost jazz musicians in Canada. She is a soprano saxophonist who has built a formidable jazz...
Nona Hendryx

Nona Hendryx

Her headline appearance at the Palm Springs Women’s Jazz Festival 2015 received standing ovations and had the audience on their feet. Since her days with LaBelle, Hendryx has become an artist who easily moves from the music of LaBelle to Blues and Jazz. As a...
Esperanza Spalding

Esperanza Spalding

Among those artists whose star shines brightest is bassist Esperanza Spalding. Not yet 30, the Portland born musician, who also plays the cello and sings, has won four Grammy’s and is the only jazz artist to ever win the Best New Artist Award. In 2014 she won...