The Jazz Session #573: Artemis (Renee Rosnes, Allison Miller, Ingrid Jensen)
Named for the Olympian goddess of the hunt and the wild, Artemis is a superlative sextet, an international affair, with members hailing from the U.S., Canada, Israel and Japan. The all-star group features pianist and musical director Renee Rosnes, tenor saxophonist Nicola Glover, clarinetist Anat Cohen, trumpeter Ingrid Jensen, bassist Noriko Ueda, drummer Allison Miller, and featured vocalist Cécile McLorin Salvant. Their debut album was released on Blue Note Records in September 2020 and, since then, the band has toured internationally, showcasing their high-wire interplay and pure joy. I was spoilt with the opportunity to interview not one, not two, but three of the members of Artemis at once-a dream scenario for any interviewer. Here’s my conversation with Renee, Ingrid and Allison. Show Notes: Tracklisting: – Step Forward – The Sidewinder – Cry Buttercup Cry – Goddess of the Hunt – Big Top Artemis self-titled album is out on Blue Note Records now Upcoming Tour dates: Koerner Hall, Toronto, Canada-November 12, 2021 NJPAC, Newark, USA (double bill with Dianne Reeves)-November 13, 2021 Theme music by The Respect Sextet Follow The Jazz Session on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook Subscribe to The Jazz Session’s YouTube Channel Support The Jazz Session by becoming a member at Patreon. For $5 a month you’ll get a weekly bonus episode called Track of the Week, plus early access to every show. For $10 a month you get all that plus an extra monthly bonus episode of “The Insider”, a spin-off interview series where Nicky chats to jazz industry insiders (broadcasters, artist agents, label heads, journalists) about the nuts and bolts of the business.
Ingrid Jensen is one of the most dynamic improvisers in the world. She is a prime example of a trumpet player who elevates the music to new heights when she plays, no matter what the context. Listen as she shares about the importance of stillness in music-making, how she's gone deep into melody and harmony, and about getting a real book stolen from her practice room at Berklee (and how it was the best thing to ever happen to her). Visit Ingrid: www.ingridjensen.comVisit John: www.john-raymond.comMusic: "Where We Grew Up" (John Raymond & Real Feels)
Ingrid Jensen, Louis Hayes, Frank Foster, Joe Lovano, Hank Jones y Henry 'Red' Allen
Nuevo episodio lleno de música! En esta oportunidad hablamos sobre una trompetista de perfil bajo pero con un talento grande: Ingrid Jensen. Por otra parte, nos metemos con el jazz de Detroit y recomendamos el álbum 'Kids: Live at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola'. Le sacamos polvo a Henry 'Red' Allen, el eslabón perdido de los comienzos del jazz y nos despedimos con un bonus track sorpresa. ¡Dale play! Más información: www.radioborder.com.ar
Ingrid Jensen, recorded July 10, 2019 at the Hyatt Regency downtown Miami, during the ITG conference. One of the most progressive jazz trumpeters out there Ingrid talks about her Monette trumpet, her influences such as Thad Jones and Mel Lewis, and life in New York City.www.ingridjensen.com
Trumpeter Ingrid Jensen: "Invisible Sounds for Kenny Wheeler" plus Tenor saxophone Master Joe Henderson: "In Japan"
CiTR -- The Jazz Show
Two Jazz Features are happening tonight....Ladies and gentlemen A DOUBLE FEATURE! As we were unable to broadcast live last week due to bad weather we are here live tonight and last week's planned Jazz Feature is on tap tonight. Canadian trumpet virtuoso Ingrid Jensen has a new album out and it's a beautiful tribute to the late great composer Kenny Wheeler. Ingrid and tenor saxophonist Steve Treseler, who doubles on clarinet and bass clarinet teams with Ingrid and piano giant Geoffrey Keezer, bassist Martin Wind and drummer Jon Wikan plus a cameo appearance by Ingrid's talented sister Christine on soprano saxophone in a series of Wheeler compositions.The music is fresh and vibrant and recently recorded in 2018 for the Whirwind label. "Invisible Sounds for Kenny Wheeler" explores the many lyrical, poignant and energetic compositional explorations by the immortal Kenny Wheeler.Our second Jazz Feature is called "Joe Henderson in Japan". It features the tenor saxophone giant at his very best supported by a Japanese rhythm section. It was recorded live in a small club full of very vocal enthusiasts. Joe was happy with the band and the audience ambiance and delivered one of his finest performances on record. For years on the domestic recording, only 4 lengthy tunes were issued but tonight we hear the deluxe edition with 5 tunes. Of the many many albums by Joe Henderson, this one stands near the top. Joe, of course was along with Wayne Shorter in the 1960s was someone who set the standard for tenor saxophone playing and he is still very influential today despite his passing in 2001 at age 64. Joe Henderson in Japan....don't miss this one! Tonight's DOUBLE FEATURE! TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE!
Kip Hanrahan, Ingrid Jensen and other great new releases [Mondo Jazz Ep. 42]
The bonanza of new releases goes on. So let's dive right in and find out more about the much-awaited return of Kip Hanrahan; music inspired by whales, fictional or real (courtesy of David Crowell & Simon Jermyn and Garth Stevenson); a Kenny Wheeler Tribute by Ingrid Jensen and Steve Steve Treseler, the second installment of Nicole Johänntgen's New Orleans travelogue, a new trio by Wayne Horvitz and the intriguing blend of piano and Maori traditional instruments by Tania Giannouli and Rob Thorne. And, of course, much more! The playlist includes also music by Ben Sluijs, Pierre Bertrand, Stu Minderman, Myra Melford, Chris Lightcap, Fred Frith, Trygve Seim. Detailed playlist available at https://spinitron.com/radio/index.php?station=rfb&playlist=7802#here Photo: Richard Conde
In this episode, host Emma Stephenson speaks with trumpeter and composer Ingrid Jensen about managing the demands of her incredible career, her approach to practice, and the topic of gender representation and diversity in music. Check out Ingrid and her music here: www.ingridjensen.comPhotograph in logo by Karen Steains FOLLOW INGRID ON FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/IngridJensentrumpetLISTEN TO SYCSWJP ITUNES:https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/stuff-you-cant-say-with-jazz-piano/id1150947491?mt=2LISTEN TO SYCSWJP ON YOUTUBE:https://www.youtube.com/user/egracestephensonDONATE to the Podcast (Patreon):https://www.patreon.com/emmagracestephensonEMMA'S MUSIC: https://www.emmagracestephensonmusic.com/musicEMMA'S FACEBOOK:https://www.facebook.com/emmagracestephensonmusic/EMMA'S INSTAGRAM: https://www.imgrum.one/emmagstephensonEMMA'S TWITTER:https://twitter.com/emmagstephenson
By Rob HochschildApril 2, 2012Photo provided by the artistCanadian trumpeter Ingrid Jensen '89 has been a part of several recordings nominated for Grammy or Juno awards, including her debut album as a leader, Vernal Fields, which earned her a Juno in 1995. She's in several notable bands, including the Maria Schneider Orchestra and the IJQ with Geoffrey Keezer. Her name appears annually near the top of the Downbeat Critic polls in the Talent Deserving Wider Recognition category. And she's performed with a diverse number of artists, including Terence Blanchard, Eddie Henderson, Corrine Bailey Rae, and Madeleine Peyroux. She also appears on drummer Terri Lyne Carrington's The Mosaic Project, which won a Grammy Award this year.On April 12, 2012, Jensen will perform with her trio in the evening and give an afternoon clinic for students. The concert, part of NPR's The Checkout–Live at Berklee series, will be broadcast live via the web and WBGO-FM.This episode of Sounds of Berklee features "At Sea," the title track from Jensen's 2005 release.