Miguel Zenon: “Identities Are Changeable”

August 12, 2014 by Josh Jackson  
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Miguel Zenon: “Identities Are Changeable”Alto saxophonist Miguel Zenón plays a new orchestral suite that explores Puerto Rican-ness, “Identities Are Changeable,” live on the main stage at the 2014 Newport Jazz Festival.

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  1. [...] NEWS FROM AROUND THE INTERNET As we reported last week, the Newport Jazz Festival recently celebrated a big milestone with their 60th Annual Festival, which hosted a number of great concerts. One big event was the live performance of music from saxophonist Miguel Zenón’s highly anticipated new album Identities Are Changeable. Playing alongside his regular quartet and a large ensemble, Zenón played parts, soloed, and conducted the group through some pretty amazing music. For those of us who weren’t lucky enough to be on the East Coast during the Newport Jazz Festival, we can still check it out . . . thanks to the kind folks at WBGO radio. They’ve got a recording from the festival that captures an extended piece from Zenón’s upcoming album that you can stream on their site. It’s a pretty amazing performance, definitely worth checking out – you can find it HERE. [...]



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