Category: Interviews

Should Jazz Criticism Involve Feminism and Ethics? Interview with Ajay Heble

By: Estefanía Romero We observe the discoveries and ideas of those who have dedicated their lives to understand jazz and improvisation, not just as artistic forms, but also through their link with human rights and social struggles. Why? Because the music can be more fascinating when we can understand what’s […]

Kurt’s Secrets Are the Best Stories | Interview

By: Estefanía Romero Photo: Anna Webber “The standout male vocalist of our time.” –The New York Times “Elling combines authenticity with stunning originality.” –The Wall Street Journal “Since the mid-1990s, no singer in jazz has been as daring, dynamic or interesting as Kurt Elling. With his soaring vocal flights, his […]