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Articles by Andrew

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  • Twisting the roots with the East Bay’s Janam

    Janam, who perform Saturday, have honed an intoxicating blend of Balkan rhythms, Near Eastern modes and Appalachian roots music. Also to see: two of the finest saxophonists around.

  • The magic of 7 at the California Jazz Conservatory

    Friday’s double bill at the CJC features trumpeter Ian Carey and guitarist Nathan Clevenger, both local, both eloquent improvisers. Also: BrasArte presents Sambrazil! Nov. 4-5.

  • Mystical sounds with Victoria Hanna at the Magnes

    For the next three months, the Israeli avant-pop star is in residence, exploring the Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life’s trove of amulets. Also: other recommended gigs.

  • Evan Price: Have fiddle, will travel

    On Sunday at Freight & Salvage violinist Evan Price celebrates the release of Dialogues (Azica), a gorgeous project showcasing lithe lyricism and stylistic

  • Raising voices and horns for Puerto Rico

    Saxophonist Miguel Zenón is spearheading a benefit for the hurricane-ravaged island at Freight & Salvage, one of a number of benefits for Puerto Rico in the coming days.

  • Keeping up with the Joneses

    Two concerts will offer compelling takes on how musicians honor the artists from whom they draw creative sustenance. One honors Hank Jones, the other honors George Jones.

  • A visit with the wizard, Raz Kennedy

    Known as "the premiere vocal coach in the Bay Area," Raz Kennedy headlines his first concert in more than three decades Saturday at Freight & Salvage.