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Five trio concerts in Tokyo, Kobe, and Yokohama in September-October 2010

Thanks to Nozomu and Matthew for the information. Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, and Jack DeJohnette will perform five concerts in Japan in September-October 2010:

  • September 23, 2010: Orchard Hall, Bunkamura, Tokyo
  • September 26, 2010: Kobe Kokusai Kaikan (Kobe International House), Kobe
  • September 29, 2010: Orchard Hall, Bunkamura, Tokyo
  • October 1, 2010: Kanagawa Kenmin Hall, Yokohama
  • October 3: Orchard Hall, Bunkamura, Tokyo

For more information, visit Koinuma Music. Tickets will apparently go on sale between February 10-26, 2010.

Keith Jarrett interview in latest issue of Jazzit

According to, there’s an interview with Keith Jarrett by Stuart Nicholson in the latest (January/February 2010) issue of Jazzit, an Italian jazz magazine. They’re discussing “Paris / London: Testament”, among other things. I don’t know if the original interview (in English) is available anywhere at the moment.

Update (January 17, 2010). Thanks to Uwe for letting me know that the original interview (in English) has been published in issue #135 (October 2009) of Jazzwise, which can be ordered from

Live version of “Expectations” from 1969 available from

A live version of “Expectations” (from the album of the same name, released in 1972), recorded for the “Tous en scène” TV show in Paris and broadcast on November 23, 1969 by La Deuxième Chaîne de l’ORTF, is available for download from the Institut national de l’audiovisuel Web site. A free snippet (20 seconds) is available. The full version (3:52) is available for 1.50 EUR (as a DRM-protected DivX video file, unfortunately – or as a DVD, but you’ll have to pay for shipping).

Keith Jarrett plays with Gus Nemeth (bass) and Aldo Romano (drums). As far as I know, this is the only video of this group ever released.

“Tous en scène” was produced by Pierre Desfons, Claude Ventura, Robert Bober, and Maurice Dugowson. For more information about this TV show, check out this blog post (in French).

Institut national de l’audiovisuel