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C U T O U T Jorrit Dijkstra, soprano, alto sax Jeb Bishop, trombone Pandelis Karayorgis, piano Nate McBride, bass Luther Gray, drums   Friday November 9: Constellation, Chicago, 8:30 PM Saturday November 10: ALL Arts + Literature Laboratory, Madison 8PM Sunday November 11 Hungry Brain, Chicago 9PM, with Keefe Jackson, tenor sax, Jason Roebke, bass, Tim Stine, guitar...

Dijkstra and Hollenbeck have been collaborating as a duo since the mid-nineties. Recorded as a follow-up on their well-received album Sequence (Trytone Records, 2005), Linger adds French prepared piano master Benoît Delbecq to the mix. Dijkstra and Delbecq met at the Banff Jazz Workshop in 1990...

Last Friday December 2nd, I was a guest to Brookline High School's jazz band, led by Carolyn Castellano. They played their own compositions, and we finished the set with my piece "Five to Twelve", and Steve Lacy's "Rain". What a great combination of talent at this...

I just finished a great (but short) tour in Sweden and Denmark, playing a gig in Stockholm and one in Copenhagen, and teaching three workshops at the Royal Music Academy in Stockholm (great new building!), Rhythmic Conservatory in Copenhagen and the Music Academy in Malmö....

Bathysphere was reviewed by Daniel Spicer in The Wire Magazine....

My new Solo CD "Never Odd Or Even" is out! Ten tracks of multilayered saxophone and lyricon music, plus an improvisation on a game of ping pong....