Highlights of 2019
12 hours of the year's most exciting releases in jazz

Highlights of 201912 hours of the year's most exciting releases in jazz

Artists featured this year:

14 Jazz Orchestra
Accidental Tourists
Akiko, Hamilton, Dechter
Al Foster
Al Hood and the H2 Jazztet
Alex Harding and Lucien Ban
Alexa Tarentino
Amina Figarova
Anat Cohen Tentet
Avery Sharp
Avishai Cohen and Yonathan Avishai
Becoming Quintet
Behn Gillece
Ben Monder
Betty Carter
Catherine Russell
Chicago Soul Jazz Collective
Chuck Deardorf
Chuck Redd
Dann Zinn
Dave Stryker
David Bixler
David Kikoski
Dezron Douglas
Diva Jazz Orchestra
Ed Palermo Big Band
Ehud Asherie
Ellen Rowe Octet
Ethan Iverson Quartet
Five Play
George Cables
George Colligan
Gil Evans Orchestra
Greg Abate
Greg Murphy
Hetko, Syracuse & Siegel
Houston Person
Iris Ornig
James Suggs
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra
Jim Snidero
Joel Ross
John Dokes
John Yao’s Triceratops
Jonathan Bauer
Jonathan Kreisberg
Joshua Redman Quartet
Kenneth Brown
Lafayette Gilchrist
Larry Koonse
Lioness
Magnetic
Matt Dwonszyk
Melissa Aldana
Michael O’Neill Quintet
Michael Wolff
Michael Zilber
Miguel Zenon
Mike Holober and the Gotham Jazz Orchestra
Molly Hammer
New Alchemy Jazz Orchestra
Nicki Parrott
Orrin Evans and the Captain Black Big Band
Paul Jones
Paul Nedzela
Paul Tynan
Pepe Rivero and Javier Colina
Pete McGuinness Jazz Orchestra
Peter Clark
Petros Klampanis
Poncho Sanchez
Ralph Moore
Ralph Peterson and the Messenger Legacy Band
Randy Brecker
Raymond De Felitta Trio
Remy Le Boeuf
Richie Cole and Tony Monaco
Rogerio Boccato Quarteto
Roxy Coss
Sam Dillon
Sammy Nestico and the Jazz Ambassadors
Scott Robinson
Snorre Kirk
Steen Rasmussen Quinteto
Steve Davis
Steve Khan
Swiss Jazz Orchestra
Ted Nash
Tom Harrell
Tom Pierson Orchestra
Vanessa Rubin
Verve Jazz Ensemble
Volker Heuken Sextett
Vosbein Magee Big Band
Yoko Miwa
Yonathan Avishai
Yotam Silberstein
Yuko Mabuchi

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