Keith Jarrett

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Chick Corea: a fearless musical adventurer who took the art of piano to new heights
From flights of sublime abstraction with Miles Davis to virtuoso jazz fusion, Corea’s artistry was irresistible to the last

Richard Williams

12, Feb, 2021 @2:31 PM

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Pianist Keith Jarrett unlikely to perform again after two strokes
Pair of strokes in 2018 have partially paralysed American musician, who can now only play with one hand

Ben Beaumont-Thomas

21, Oct, 2020 @3:02 PM

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Keith Jarrett soothes the pain of lockdown | Brief letters
Brief letters: Bishops v Dominic Cummings | Covid-19 savings | The Köln Concert | Fringe benefits | Masks with hearing aids


09, Jul, 2020 @5:11 PM

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Home listening: Bach on harpsichord, piano, organ… take your pick
Revelatory Mahan Esfahani, Keith Jarrett live in 1987 and Olivier Latry at the Proms

Fiona Maddocks

04, Aug, 2019 @7:00 AM

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Keith Jarrett: La Fenice review – dazzling spontaneity from 2006

Dave Gelly

04, Nov, 2018 @8:00 AM

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Jazz album of the month – Keith Jarrett Standards Trio: After the Fall
The Trio’s first concert after Jarrett’s return from illness in 1998 bubbles with rediscovered power and energy

John Fordham

16, Mar, 2018 @12:30 PM

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Keith Jarrett: A Multitude of Angels review – a career pinnacle

John Fordham

10, Nov, 2016 @6:30 PM

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The playlist: jazz – London jazz festival, Kamasi Washington, Maria Schneider, Sheila Jordan and more
The London jazz festival- which ended on Sunday - presented some exciting acts, established and new: from Vula Viel to Julia Hülsmann, here is a selection of the best of them

John Fordham

25, Nov, 2015 @1:30 PM

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Keith Jarrett weaves an intimate show at the London jazz festival
Jazz legend’s solo performance at the Royal Festival Hall in London was what we have come to expect from him: tense but brilliant

John Fordham

22, Nov, 2015 @3:38 PM

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On my radar: writer Hanif Kureishi’s cultural highlights
The Buddha of Suburbia author on Hitchcock’s gift for causing his audiences anxiety, a Japanese erotic masterpiece and his local Café Rouge

Lisa O'Kelly

02, Aug, 2015 @8:45 AM

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Miles Davis: Miles Davis at Newport 1955-1975 review – coolly swinging
This classy four-CD box set includes four hours of previously unreleased live music from Davis’ appearances at the Newport jazz festival

John Fordham

16, Jul, 2015 @8:34 PM

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Barber; Bartók; Jarrett CD review – miles from the pianist's best
It’s easy to see why Keith Jarrett gravitated towards these jazz-attuned composers, but this live recording from the 80s is far from his best

Kate Molleson

21, May, 2015 @5:15 PM

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