Broadly acknowledged as one of jazz's foremost artists, Kurt Rosenwinkel has established a reputation as an innovator and constant seeker on the guitar. He has carved out a unique sound over many years of experiment and refinement and today commands respect for his singular voice as a player and bandleader.
As a follow-up to the successful double live album The Remedy (ArtistShare, 2008), Rosenwinkel recently released Reflections (Wommusic, 2009), an elegant collection of standards.
AAJ Contributor Franz A. Matzner spoke with Rosenwinkel recently, about the making of Reflections, growing up in Philadelphia and living in Berlin, where he now resides and teaches at the Jazz Institute Berlin. Check out Kurt Rosenwinkel: Reflections from Berlin, published today at AAJ.
Mark Corroto's insightful review of Reflections was published a few weeks back, and now AAJ Managing Editor John Kelman weighs in as well, with a new review, also published today at AAJ.
Check out Franz Matzner's interview and both reviews of Reflections, to see all the buzz surrounding Rosenwinkel - one of the most important jazz guitarists to emerge in the past two decades - and his new release at AAJ today!
This story appears courtesy of All About Jazz Publicity.
Copyright © 2020. All rights reserved.
For interview requests or more information contact All About Jazz Publicity.