Anat Cohen http://wrti.org en Newport Jazz 2011: Avishai Cohen's Triveni With Anat Cohen, Live In Concert http://wrti.org/post/newport-jazz-2011-avishai-cohens-triveni-anat-cohen-live-concert What is it with trumpeter <a href="http://www.npr.org/artists/137246879/avishai-cohen" target="_blank">Avishai Cohen</a> and triples lately? He recently recorded a pair of albums with his band Triveni, a free-swinging trio which showcases his fervent imagination. He's also one of three Cohen siblings in jazz's top echelon; Avishai invited his big sister <a href="http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=15384147" target="_blank">Anat</a>, the celebrated clarinet specialist, to join him here. Thu, 03 Jul 2014 14:36:00 +0000 NPR Staff 7466 at http://wrti.org Newport Jazz 2011: Avishai Cohen's Triveni With Anat Cohen, Live In Concert Wine & Jazz & Beauty & Fun on June 1st: Need We Say More? http://wrti.org/post/wine-jazz-beauty-fun-june-1st-need-we-say-more <p>WRTI is thrilled to partner, once again, with <strong>Longwood Gardens for this year's Wine and Jazz Festival.</strong> The date is Saturday, June 1st from 12 noon to 5:30 pm. The Branford Marsalis Quartet will headline this year's festival as part of a superb lineup that will make for a full afternoon of first-class music.&nbsp; Other performers include the Anat Cohen Quartet, the Alfredo Rodriguez Trio, and jazz vocalist Joanna Pascale.</p> Fri, 19 Apr 2013 15:18:09 +0000 WRTI Staff 5424 at http://wrti.org Wine & Jazz & Beauty & Fun on June 1st: Need We Say More? Julie London and Anat Cohen: Crying a River http://wrti.org/post/julie-london-and-anat-cohen-crying-river <p>We're honoring ladies of jazz this month on WRTI. Take a moment to listen to jazz vocalist Julie London sing "Cry Me A River." In case you didn't know, Julie was named Billboard's most popular female vocalist in 1955, 1956, and 1957, and was on the cover of LIFE magazine in 1957.&nbsp; This video is from 1964.</p><p>http://youtu.be/DXg6UB9Qk0o</p><p>Jazz clarinetist Anat Cohen is making a splash on today's jazz scene. Here's her take on "Cry Me A River."</p><p>http://youtu.be/xPTOgy6giKc</p> Fri, 08 Mar 2013 19:02:45 +0000 WRTI Staff 5247 at http://wrti.org Julie London and Anat Cohen: Crying a River Anat Cohen: Bringing The Clarinet To The World http://wrti.org/post/anat-cohen-bringing-clarinet-world Clarinetist Anat Cohen is one of a handful of Israeli jazz musicians making a mark on the American jazz scene. Wed, 06 Feb 2013 21:28:00 +0000 NPR Music 5108 at http://wrti.org Anat Cohen: Bringing The Clarinet To The World Anat Cohen Bends The Spectrum On 'Claroscuro' http://wrti.org/post/anat-cohen-bends-spectrum-claroscuro-0 Born in Tel Aviv, Anat Cohen came to New York two decades ago to study the masters of jazz. In so doing, the clarinetist and saxophonist started a bit of a stampede: Today, Israel is exporting some of the most vital jazz out there.<p>After years of <em>also</em> studying the music of South America, Cohen has chosen to name her newest record <em>Claroscuro</em>. It's the Spanish variation on the Italian art term 'chiaroscuro' — the technique of contrasting light and shadow. Fri, 12 Oct 2012 20:14:06 +0000 editor 4578 at http://wrti.org Anat Cohen Bends The Spectrum On 'Claroscuro' Around The Jazz Internet: Oct. 12, 2012 http://wrti.org/post/around-jazz-internet-oct-12-2012 More recommended reading:<p><ul><p><li><a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/11/arts/music/john-tchicai-saxophone-player-in-free-jazz-movement-dies-at-76.html?ref=music" target="_blank">RIP John Tchicai</a>, the Danish-Congolese saxophonist who made a big impact on the U.S. free jazz scene in the 1960s, recording with Albert Ayler, Archie Shepp and John Coltrane, and took that experience to many different bands based in Europe, including Pierre Doerge's New Jungle Orchestra and his own Cadentia Nova Danica large ensemble project. Fri, 12 Oct 2012 20:01:00 +0000 editor 4577 at http://wrti.org Around The Jazz Internet: Oct. 12, 2012 Anat Cohen Bends The Spectrum On 'Claroscuro' http://wrti.org/post/anat-cohen-bends-spectrum-claroscuro Born in Tel Aviv, Anat Cohen came to New York two decades ago to study the masters of jazz. In so doing, the clarinetist and saxophonist started a bit of a stampede: Today, Israel is exporting some of the most vital jazz out there.<p>After years of <em>also</em> studying the music of South America, Cohen has chosen to name her newest record <em>Claroscuro</em>. It's the Spanish variation on the Italian art term 'chiaroscuro' — the technique of contrasting light and shadow. Sun, 07 Oct 2012 18:36:00 +0000 editor 4549 at http://wrti.org Anat Cohen Bends The Spectrum On 'Claroscuro'