EVERY SUNDAY EVENING IN OCTOBER AT 21:00 CE(S)T
Every Sunday evening in October, Stingray DJAZZ premieres new concerts at 21:00 CE(S)T. On October 1, special attention goes to legendary saxophonist John Coltrane. Immerse yourself in this collection of remarkable performances from the early 1960s that showcase Coltrane's unparalleled artistic development. On October 8, enjoy jazz pianist Horace Silver's groundbreaking fusion of hard bop, blues, soulful grooves and Cape Verdean influences during a quintet performance at the 1976 Umbria Jazz Festival. On October 15, marvel at ‘The Voice’, Frank Sinatra, in concert. This legendary American crooner became one of the most popular and influential musical artists of the 20th century. On October 22, watch a true musical innovator hit the stage of the 1982 Montreal Jazz Festival, as Jaco Pastorius illustrates his use of the electric bass as a formidable solo instrument. On October 29, relive the magic of one of music history’s most beloved crooners in his prime: Tony Bennett! Recorded live at London’s Royal Albert Hall on March 2, 1974, this enchanting performance is a wonderful example of Bennett's remarkable vocal prowess and charisma. Enjoy these exciting premieres every Sunday evening in October at 21:00 CE(S)T – all on Stingray DJAZZ!
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1 AT 21:00 CEST
Explore the music of one of the most influential and innovative saxophonists in jazz history: John Coltrane! Immerse yourself in this collection of remarkable performances from the early 1960s that showcase Coltrane's unparalleled artistry and unique sound during a transformative period in the artist’s career. Recorded in various European cities, Coltrane is seen playing the songs “Autumn Leaves”, “Hackensack”, “My Favorite Things”, “I Want To Talk About You”, “Vigil”, and “Naima”. Tune in and experience why the music of John Coltrane has touched the lives of so many!
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8 AT 21:00 CEST
Legendary jazz pianist Horace Silver's groundbreaking fusion of hard bop, blues, soulful grooves and Cape Verdean influences have left an indelible mark on the world of jazz. At the renowned Umbria Jazz Festival in the picturesque region of Umbria, Italy, Silver is accompanied by a great band of future all-stars: Bob Berg on tenor sax, Tom Harrell on trumpet, Steve Beskrone on bass and Eddie Gladden on drums. During this performance from July 20, 1976, Silver’s quintet stretches out on four Silver originals: “Adjustment”, “Barbara”, “In Pursuit of the 27th Man”, and “Song For My Father”. Tune in and let Horace Silver’s irresistible music mesmerize you!
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15 AT 21:00 CEST
His charisma and impeccable phrasing placed him way ahead of the game: ‘The Voice’, Frank Sinatra. The legendary American crooner, who sang swing, jazz, and traditional pop, became one of the most popular and influential musical artists of the 20th century. Tune in to this compilation of historic recordings and let ‘Ol’ Blue Eyes’ transport you to a different time and place with the songs “High Hopes”, “Ol’ Man River”, “Love is Here to Stay”, “I’ve Got You Under My Skin”, “It Was Just One Of Those Things”, and “Luck Be A Lady”.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22 AT 21:00 CEST
The audience at the Montreal Jazz Festival in Canada was in for a treat on July 3, 1982, as a true musical innovator hit the stage: Jaco Pastorius, who transformed the electric bass into a formidable solo instrument. Combining intricate harmonics, fluid melodies, and unparalleled technical skill, Pastorius left a lasting impact on the music world. In this concert, he is accompanied by Peter Erskine (drums), Don Alias (percussion), Othello Molineaux (steel drums), Bob Mintzer (tenor sax and bass clarinet), and Randy Brecker (trumpet and electronics). They perform “Chicken”, “Donna Lee”, “Mr. Phone Bone”, and “Fannie Mae”. Don't miss this extraordinary opportunity to experience Jaco Pastorius’s electrifying performance at the Montreal Jazz Festival 1982!
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29 AT 21:00 CET
Relive the magic of one of the most beloved crooners in music history in his prime: Tony Bennett! Recorded live in London’s Royal Albert Hall on March 2, 1974, this enchanting performance showcases Bennett's remarkable vocal prowess and charisma to full effect. Bennett is accompanied by his musical director Torrie Zito and an orchestra of British musicians that includes Kenny Clare (drums), Don Lusher (trombone), and Kenny Baker (trumpet). Tune in for Bennett’s captivating take on songs “The Good Things in Life”, “My Favorite Things”, “My Love”, “I’ve Got Five Dollars”, “It Don’t Mean a Thing”, and “Maybe This Time” in this magical concert recording.