DownBeat Issue Roundup February 2019

Wednesday, December 26, 2018

ArkivJazz is the place to further explore the February 2019 issue of DownBeat Magazine, now mailing to subscribers. Click here to view and purchase albums featured in this issue, and be sure to investigate the ArkivJazz VIP Program, which includes a free print and digital subscription to DownBeat as well as free USPS shipping.

 

Contents in the February 2019 Issue Include:

Cover: Through a combination of hard work and remarkable talent, Terri Lyne Carrington has established a sterling reputation as a drummer, bandleader, producer, and jazz educator. She is on the faculty at Berklee College of Music, where she is the founder and artistic director of the new Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice. Carrington recently said, "This institute will address injustices in jazz through research projects and performance-based programs that will allow students of all gender identities to collaborate, learn and grow as artists within the Berklee community and beyond." In our cover story, Carrington discusses her professional triumphs and her efforts to make the music industry more fair and inclusive.

 

Features:

  • Lionel Loueke addresses the global refugee crisis on his stunning new album The Journey
  • Trumpeter Marquis Hill incorporates elements of hip-hop on his album Modern Flows, Vol. 2
  • World's Best Jazz Cities: DownBeat examines the jazz scene in 25 cities around the globe

 

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