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Joan Baez is a myth who became a reality yesterday for the 44,000 people who gathered on the Zurriola Beach, before the Green Stage, to hear the great dame of folk. A legend who joins others who have preceded her in the same setting, such as Bob Dylan, Patti Smith and B.B. King. It was also the last chance to see her: as she herself has announced, at the end of this “Fare Thee Well Tour”, she will no longer give concerts in big venues. The memory she leaves is excellent. Added to her timeless repertoire were nods to the local public, with songs like Mikel Laboa’s Txoria Txori and the hymn No nos moverán. She bid us adieu with Fare Thee Well.

Jamie Cullum’s not a myth, not yet. He’s too young to be one; but if he continues in this impeccable direction, he’ll be one in thirty years. He’s already an idol in San Sebastian. All of his concerts in our city have been magnificent, without fail. That’s why yesterday’s gig was unlikely to be any different, and it didn’t let us down. He attracted a crowd of 53,000 people, and had them in the palm of his hand from the very first minute, continuing to enthral them for another two hours. He ended on an emotional note, improvising a love song to Donostia tied in with I’ve Got You Under My Skin.

The best part of the Festival’s opening celebration with the Jazz Band Ball was the audience. As usual. With its continual to-and-fro between the four stages set up around the Kursaal Centre, the audience gave yet another lesson on how to conduct themselves and have fun.

As an example, their enthusiastic reaction to Love & Revenge: Music and Cinema from the Arab World, combining images from old Egyptian films with cutting-edge music taking its inspiration from Arab instruments. Undoubtedly unique, this is a performance requiring an open cultural sensitivity for the appreciation of its full intensity.

Its variety of styles is part and parcel of the Jazz Band Ball. The most traditional of jazz styles were brought to us by two North American bands: Dan Barrett Classic Jazz All Stars and Saxophone Con-Clave. The modern counterpoint was provided by Elkano Browning Cream, a multinational trio fronted by San Sebastian’s Mikel Azpiroz with an easy-going groove.

And for easy-going we have the Japanese guitarist and singer, Rei. With a fresh, young image, the world is her oyster for this new figure of Nippon blues-pop since having been signed by a major record label. With a cheeky stage approach, great guitar playing and a naturally engaging character, Rei has great future ahead of her.

Another person to have left his mark on the opening fest is the Anglo-Nigerian singer Ola Onabulé, a real gentleman of soul, who delivered his songs with vocal virtuosity and profound emotional intensity.

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Jamie-Cullum

Everything’s ready to go for the Festival, to run in San Sebastian from July 24-28, with 100 performances on 15 stages, more than two-thirds of them free

John Zorn will receive the Donostiako Jazzaldia 2019 Award The 54th Heineken Jazzaldia will run in San Sebastian from July 24 to 28 with a programme of 100 performances, more than two-thirds of them free for the general public, on 15 different stages. Last year the Festival attracted more than 171,500 spectators to its different venues, including the Zurriola Beach, the Kursaal Auditorium, the Plaza de la Trinidad and the Victoria Eugenia Theatre, all hugely iconic parts of the city. Among the first-class Festival headliners are Joan Baez, Jamie Cullum, Diana Krall, John Zorn, Donny McCaslin, Maria Schneider, Sílvia Pérez Cruz, Joshua Redman, Joe Jackson and Neneh Cherry, not to mention a long list also including Houston Person, Charles McPherson, Atomic, Moppa Elliott, Martirio & Chano Domínguez, Zahara, Dorian as well as a representation of contemporary Japanese jazz, with figures like Eri Yamamoto and Chihiro Yamanaka. Donostiako Jazzaldia Award The Donostiako Jazzaldia Award was introduced in 1994 to acknowledge the career and example of enormously important artists in the past and present of jazz. The 2019 Award will be presented during the Festival to the North American saxophone player and composer John Zorn, an essential figure of avant-garde jazz. Those to have been presented with the Award constitute an impressive list of some of the leading jazz talents. They include Doc Cheatham, Hank Jones, Chick Corea, Kenny Barron, Ray Brown, Elvin Jones, Keith Jarrett, Herbie Hancock, Shirley Horn, Wayne Shorter, Toshiko Akiyoshi and Ellis Marsalis. [post_title] => Joan Baez, Jamie Cullum, Diana Krall, John Zorn, Donny McCaslin, Maria Schneider, Sílvia Pérez Cruz, Joshua Redman, Joe Jackson and Neneh Cherry top the bill at the 54th Heineken Jazzaldia [post_excerpt] => Everything’s ready to go for the Festival, to run in San Sebastian from July 24-28, with 100 performances on 15 stages, more than two-thirds of them free [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => joan-baez-jamie-cullum-diana-krall-john-zorn-donny-mccaslin-maria-schneider-silvia-perez-cruz-joshua-redman-joe-jackson-and-neneh-cherry-top-the-bill-at-the-54th-heineken-jazzaldia [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2019-07-24 10:28:05 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-07-24 08:28:05 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://heinekenjazzaldia.eus/?p=20120 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [2] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 20044 [post_author] => 2 [post_date] => 2019-07-23 13:38:55 [post_date_gmt] => 2019-07-23 11:38:55 [post_content] => Jazzaldia-web The restaurants Ni Neu and Topa will set up stall on the Kursaal Centre Terraces during the 54th Heineken Jazzaldia with an interesting gastronomic selection. Ni Neu will propose Basque-Creole Jambalaya Rice: an adaptation by their chef Mikel Gallo of Jambalaya, a typical dish from New Orleans, the birthplace of Jazz. The dish comes with rice, vegetables, meat and a touch of chilli. They will also serve their usual variety of baguettes with the finest ingredients. As far as Topa is concerned, Jordi Bross and his team will prepare 3 kinds of corn tacos: squid and onions with mole sauce, txerri-txiki pork pibil and Iberian round steak with huancaína sauce. Attendees will have the option of tasting all three at a special price with their Talo Taco Mix. They will also serve their classic Micheladas, beer cocktails with lime and a slight kick. [post_title] => The restaurants Ni Neu and Topa will complete the gastronomic offer at the 54 Heineken Jazzaldia [post_excerpt] => The restaurants Ni Neu and Topa will set up stall on the Kursaal Centre Terraces during the 54th Heineken Jazzaldia with an interesting gastronomic selection. [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => the-restaurants-ni-neu-and-topa-will-complete-the-gastronomic-offer-at-the-54-heineken-jazzaldia [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2019-07-23 13:38:55 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-07-23 11:38:55 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://heinekenjazzaldia.eus/?p=20044 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [3] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 19838 [post_author] => 2 [post_date] => 2019-07-17 11:17:25 [post_date_gmt] => 2019-07-17 09:17:25 [post_content] => ENG---FR This year, the Festival is launching a new waste collection system The Heineken Jazzaldia has received the “Erronka Garbia” ("Clean Challenge") certificate in recognition of the Festival’s sustainable nature awarded by IHOBE (a publicly-owned environmental management company dependent upon the Basque Government Ministry of the Environment). This year, to continue improving, the Festival is launching a new waste collection system, thanks to which it’ll be able to offer festival-goers a wider range of facilities and improved efficiency. Forty sets of 3 small bins will be distributed throughout the area occupied by the Festival: 29 in the area around the Kursaal, 6 in the Plaza de la Trinidad, and 5 at the Nauticool. Thanks to these bins, the collection of waste generated during the Festival will be continuous and selective. This initiative is carried out with the collaboration of IHOBE and the San Marcos Association, which manages garbage in the San Sebastian area.   [post_title] => The Heineken Jazzaldia wins the certificate "Erronka garbia" ("Clean Challenge") in recognition of the Festival's sustainable nature [post_excerpt] => This year, the Festival is launching a new waste collection system [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => the-heineken-jazzaldia-wins-the-certificate-erronka-garbia-clean-challenge-in-recognition-of-the-festivals-sustainable-nature [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2019-07-17 11:17:25 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-07-17 09:17:25 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://heinekenjazzaldia.eus/?p=19838 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [4] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 19352 [post_author] => 2 [post_date] => 2019-06-21 11:41:07 [post_date_gmt] => 2019-06-21 09:41:07 [post_content] => Zorm John Zorn will receive the 2019 Donostiako Jazzaldia Award, presented by the San Sebastian Heineken Jazzaldia in recognition of his profound influence on contemporary jazz. John Zorn is a composer, instrumentalist and catalyst of an innovative scene encompassing hundreds of musicians of enormous importance and repercussion in today’s jazz. It is impossible to conceive the jazz made in New York today without the intervention of musicians who move in Zorn’s sphere. John Zorn will return to the Heineken Jazzaldia following the resounding success of his Masada Marathon in 2013. This time round, he’ll do it as the frontman of the Bagatelles Marathon, split into two afternoon sessions at the Kursaal Auditorium; one on July 27th and the other on July 28th. Zorn will receive the Donostiako Jazzaldia Award on Sunday 28 July at 17:00 on stage, before the start of his second concert. The musical marathon will involve 14 different ensembles who will perform more than 50 compositions from The Bagatelles, John Zorn’s expansive new book of music. Among the more than thirty participating musicians are Mary Halvorson, Marc Ribot, Kris Davis, Julian Lage, Dave Douglas, Joey Baron, Craig Taborn, Peter Evans, John Medeski, Ikue Mori, Erik Friedlander, Mark Feldman, Sylvie Courvoisier, Kenny Wollesen, Trevor Dunn and many more who understand Zorn’s creative universe like nobody else. Donostiako Jazzaldia Award 1994: Doc Cheatham 1995: Phil Woods 1996: Hank Jones 1997: Steve Lacy 1998: Chick Corea 1999: Max Roach and Clark Terry 2000: Kenny Barron 2001: Ray Brown 2002: Elvin Jones 2003: Bebo Valdés 2004: Shirley Horn and Fernando Trueba 2005: Keith Jarrett and Charles Mingus (in memoriam) 2006: Herbie Hancock 2007: Wayne Shorter 2008: Ahmad Jamal 2009: Roy Haynes 2010: Ron Carter 2011: Toots Thielemans 2012: Jimmy Cobb and Pierre Lafont (in memoriam) 2013: Lee Konitz and Juan Claudio Cifuentes 2014: Toshiko Akiyoshi 2015: Benny Golson 2016: Ellis Marsalis 2017: Charles Lloyd 2018: Mary Stallings and Michel Portal   [post_title] => The artist at the forefront of today’s jazz, John Zorn, will receive the Donostiako Jazzaldia Award in San Sebastian [post_excerpt] => John Zorn will receive the 2019 Donostiako Jazzaldia Award, presented by the San Sebastian Heineken Jazzaldia in recognition of his profound influence on contemporary jazz. 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Said performers join the other fantastic names already announced: Joan Baez, Jamie Cullum, Stinus Vidal, Neneh Cherry and Nøgen. All will perform in free concerts. The Heineken Jazzaldia therefore maintains its tradition of offering big names without the spectator having to pay a penny to see them. World-famous artists like Joan Baez on her Fare Thee Well tour; Jamie Cullum, now hailed as one of the geniuses of today’s jazz; and Neneh Cherry, innovative, spectacular and always on the lookout for new projects. The Heineken Green Stage reveals several signs of identity of the Heineken Jazzaldia as it stands today. First of all, its commitment to young talent. Zahara has become a popular phenomenon and the big festivals vie for her presence. Belako now enjoys international fame and Nøgen is hot on their heels. Dorian is progressing steadily upwards. All are young, all have bags of talent and all have a great future ahead of them. Second sign of identity: promotion of the increasingly more numerous and creative women artists. Joan Baez was a pioneer; she laid the way and sowed the seeds that have sprouted all these years down the line. In almost all of the Heineken Green Stage concerts women play a fundamental part either as the leaders of their own groups or as outstanding members of their respective bands. Third sign of identity: the backing of Basque musicians, thereby enabling them to further their career thanks to appearing on the programme of a venue as important as the Green Stage, where spectators can be counted in their tens of thousands. In this respect, the concert on July 27, featuring Nøgen in the first part and Belako in the second, will be all of an event for lovers of Basque pop-rock. The Green Stage will also host one of the season’s most attractive proposals: the reunion under the name of Stinus Vidal between the prodigious guitarist from San Sebastian, Jaime Stinus, a founder member of the Orquesta Mondragón, and the singer Xavi Vidal, a pioneer of rock music sung in the Catalan language.   GREEN HEINEKEN STAGE Free admission   24th July, wednesday 20:45. Joan Baez: Fare Thee Well... Tour 2019 23:30. Jamie Cullum   25th July, thursday 21:00. Zahara 23:30. Dorian   26th July, friday 21:00. Stinus Vidal 23:30. Neneh Cherry   27th July, saturday 21:00. Nøgen 23:30. 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joan-baez-web

Joan Baez is a myth who became a reality yesterday for the 44,000 people who gathered on the Zurriola Beach, before the Green Stage, to hear the great dame of folk. A legend who joins others who have preceded her in the same setting, such as Bob Dylan, Patti Smith and B.B. King. It was also the last chance to see her: as she herself has announced, at the end of this “Fare Thee Well Tour”, she will no longer give concerts in big venues. The memory she leaves is excellent. Added to her timeless repertoire were nods to the local public, with songs like Mikel Laboa’s Txoria Txori and the hymn No nos moverán. She bid us adieu with Fare Thee Well.

Jamie Cullum’s not a myth, not yet. He’s too young to be one; but if he continues in this impeccable direction, he’ll be one in thirty years. He’s already an idol in San Sebastian. All of his concerts in our city have been magnificent, without fail. That’s why yesterday’s gig was unlikely to be any different, and it didn’t let us down. He attracted a crowd of 53,000 people, and had them in the palm of his hand from the very first minute, continuing to enthral them for another two hours. He ended on an emotional note, improvising a love song to Donostia tied in with I’ve Got You Under My Skin.

The best part of the Festival’s opening celebration with the Jazz Band Ball was the audience. As usual. With its continual to-and-fro between the four stages set up around the Kursaal Centre, the audience gave yet another lesson on how to conduct themselves and have fun.

As an example, their enthusiastic reaction to Love & Revenge: Music and Cinema from the Arab World, combining images from old Egyptian films with cutting-edge music taking its inspiration from Arab instruments. Undoubtedly unique, this is a performance requiring an open cultural sensitivity for the appreciation of its full intensity.

Its variety of styles is part and parcel of the Jazz Band Ball. The most traditional of jazz styles were brought to us by two North American bands: Dan Barrett Classic Jazz All Stars and Saxophone Con-Clave. The modern counterpoint was provided by Elkano Browning Cream, a multinational trio fronted by San Sebastian’s Mikel Azpiroz with an easy-going groove.

And for easy-going we have the Japanese guitarist and singer, Rei. With a fresh, young image, the world is her oyster for this new figure of Nippon blues-pop since having been signed by a major record label. With a cheeky stage approach, great guitar playing and a naturally engaging character, Rei has great future ahead of her.

Another person to have left his mark on the opening fest is the Anglo-Nigerian singer Ola Onabulé, a real gentleman of soul, who delivered his songs with vocal virtuosity and profound emotional intensity.

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