The Morgenland Festival of Osnabrueck has dedicated itself to the fascinating music culture of the Near and Middle East since 2005.
Live recording from the Jazz Open featuring Jane Monheit.
McCann takes gospel back to New Orleans, where he played this set in 1983.
Pioneering folk/pop quartet The Brothers Four was formed in 1957 by University of Washington fraternity brothers. Their consistently smooth, warm, and lush harmonies set them apart from others.
Patáx was heavily influenced by seminal fusion bands like Weather Report and Return to Forever. This Spanish artist should not be mistaken for a copy of either, as Patáx presents an accomplished mix of styles, including soul, jazz, funk and hip-hop.
Daryl Hall and John Oates took to the stage at Sydney's Entertainment Centre.
Guitarist Mike Stern and violin player Didier Lockwood, together on one stage.
A journey back to the roots of music. It shows the enormous impact traditional music from all over the world has had on contemporary jazz. This programme includes famous musicians, as well as upcoming youngsters.
George Shearing, blind since birth, is one of the world's greatest jazz pianists. Filmed on both sides of the Atlantic, this tribute to Shearing showcases the music which took the jazz world by storm.
This collaboration between Beets and Rosenwinkel guarantees brilliant music.
American bluesman, Steven Gene Wold, commonly known as Seasick Steve, performs live in Sydney, Australia.
In 2018, WOMEX was held in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria. One of its showcase participants, Lucibela, comes from the island of São Nicolau. Her assured, warm voice is shaped by years of assimilation of the sounds of morna and coladera.
McCoy Tyner's first main exposure came with Benny Golson, being the first pianist in Golson's and Art Farmer's Jazztet. He's also known for his work with the John Coltrane Quartet.
The MotorMusic Studios in Mechelen, Belgium, attract many great musicians to the city. In these sessions, some of Europe's finest musicians perform their own original music.
An exploration of the musical universe of a new generation of New York artists. Of diverse origins and all having a unique history and background, these musicians gave birth to a new sound that continues to influence the music scene around the world.
American jazz singer and twice Grammy winner Dee Dee Bridgewater embarks on a journey through Mali in search of her musical and spiritual roots.
Brussels-born virtuoso harmonica player Jean Toots Thielemans.
The best in music entertainment.
Maceo Parker has played with some of the scenes biggest names, and proven to be star by creating a special chemistry between every style he touches.
Dutch jazz singer Ellen Pels presents her latest release, `Love'. Recorded live at Theater Odeon in Zwolle, the Netherlands, Ellen is joined by The Red Limo String Quartet and her own nine-piece rhythm section.
One of the only known complete Armstrong concerts from the 1950s to be captured on film. The set, filmed in Belgium in 1959, features many of Satchmo's greatest songs backed by his band, the All-Stars.
Since its opening in 1992, jazz club Moods has developed into one of Zurich's largest and most prominent cultural venues. Theo Croker performs with his usual impalpable flair.
Two beautifully filmed concerts from 1963 and 1964 featuring his classic trio of bassist Eddie Calhoun and drummer Kelly Martin.