Sonny Keaton performs during the Home Cooking concert.
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April 15, 9pm ET / 6pm PT
The city's jazz community gathers to salute Jimmy Smith and other native sons of the Hammond organ.
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April 8, 9pm ET / 6pm PT
One of today's great singers celebrates the centennial of a jazz icon with fresh new arrangements.
Dardanelle Hadley, pictured here on vibes circa 1938-1948.
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Piano Jazz session from 1984, Hadley shows off her chops in "All The Things You Are."
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The clarinetist has long been fascinated by choro, often called as "the New Orleans jazz of Brazil."
Steve Treseler and Ingrid Jensen.
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April 1, 9pm ET / 6pm PT
From the Pacific Northwest, two acolytes reimagine the catalog of a quietly influential trumpeter.
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Tony Bennett, Barbara Carroll, Bill Charlap and more pay tribute to the grande dame of
A scene from the performance of
Ochas, a suite by Wynton Marsalis for the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra featuring Pedrito Martinez and Chucho Valdés.
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Watch highlights from the webcasts, featuring Wynton Marsalis, Robert Glasper and Lou Donaldson.
The SFJAZZ Collective: (L-R) Avishai Cohen, Matt Penman, Obed Calvaire, Miguel Zenón, David Sánchez, Robin Eubanks, Warren Wolf, Edward Simon.
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Each member of the all-star octet wrote a new piece, and rearranged a work by a saxophone master.
The SFJAZZ Collective.
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The octet salutes a tenor titan and long-time San Francisco resident — and plays its own new tunes.
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In a 1994 session, Ellington joins Marian McPartland to discuss working for his famous father, Duke.