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Igmar Thomas and the Revive Big Band are back in action. Following the new year, the group has many gigs coming up, including a monthly keep reading »

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Featuring a multigenerational cadre of artists who have consistently blurred the lines between forms such as trombonist Ku-umba Frank Lacy, critically acclaimed pianist Marc Cary, keep reading »

Igmar Thomas and the Revive Big Band return once more to Ginny’s Supper Club this weekend, on Saturday, Jan. 23rd for the band’s first performance keep reading »

Join saxophonist and composer Jonathan Greenstein at Rockwood Music Hall in celebration of his forthcoming album Vol. 1, which is to be released Jan. 29th keep reading »

Revive Music is proud to announce our first independent release feat. Brandee Younger and her new album, Wax & Wane —out Feb. 19th.  Celebrate the live event keep reading »

We’re pleased to announce our annual stage at the 2016 NYC Winter Jazzfest feat. KING, Terrace Martin, Lakecia Benjamin, Mark de Clive-Lowe’s CHURCH, Sarah Vaughan with Clifford keep reading »

Last August, Revive Music released Supreme Sonacy, Vol. 1, an album that featured some of the leading musicians in today’s jazz, R&B, and next wave soul keep reading »

On Dec. 11th and 12th, Harlem Stage will present Thelonious Monk Competition Winner and Grammy Award-winning bassist Ben Williams as he pays tribute to the keep reading »

The 6th annual Nublu Jazz Festival, which bounces between New York, Sao Paulo, and Istanbul, hits NYC tonight. With 2 clubs, 11 days of music, and 39 shows to look forward to, jazz fans across the city are gearing up for the slew of talent coming their way.

As a graduate of the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz Performance and winner of the Kennedy Center’s Mary Lou Williams Piano Competition, Helen Sung is keep reading »

“Energies of Change basically refers to that movement, on both a personal and universal level (which in essence is inseparable and one and the same), keep reading »