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    Brad Mehldau Tours with John Scofield, Mark Guiliana

    Brad Mehldau—having just completed tours of the United States and Europe with the Brad Mehldau Trio in support of the new album Blues and Ballads, out this Friday—embarks on a trio tour of a different sort today. The pianist reunites with drummer Mark Guiliana, with whom he paired up for Grammy-nominated album Mehliana: Taming the Dragon, and guitarist John Scofield for a tour that begins with a six-night, multi-set residency at the Blue Note in New York City starting tonight as part of the Blue Note Jazz Festival. Following this week's run and a solo show from Mehldau in France, the tour takes the trio to the UK and Europe in July, including sets at the Love Supreme, Montreux, Vienna, Gent, and North Sea jazz festivals, as well as stops in France, Italy, Spain, Israel, Turkey, and Germany. The trio reunites in the US in early September for the Detroit Free Jazz Festival.

    "The omnivorously eclectic trouble these three get into will be worth the price of admission," exclaims the New Yorker.

    See below for all of the currently announced Scofield/Mehldau/Guiliana tour dates; for more on these and other upcoming Mehldau shows, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    Mehliana: Taming the Dragon, the debut album from the duo of Brad Mehldau and Mark Guiliana was released by Nonesuch in 2014 and won the Edison Award for Best International Jazz Album. Jazzwise called the album "astonishing" and "one of the best albums of 2014."

    Brad Mehldau Trio's Blues and Ballads, which is available to pre-order on iTunes and in the Nonesuch Store now, comprises interpretations of songs by other composers, this time with the focus on blues and ballads implied by the album’s title, including works by Cole Porter, Charlie Parker, Lennon & McCartney, and Jon Brion. Mojo exclaims: "A spellbinding set whose salient features are subtlety and understatement ... Sublime stuff."

    SCOFIELD / MEHLDAU / GUILIANA ON TOUR

    May 31–Jun 5 Blue Note New York, NY
         
    Jul 2 Love Supreme Jazz Festival Brighton, UK
    Jul 3 Montreux Jazz Festival Montreux, SWITZERLAND
    Jul 5 Vienna JazzFest Vienna, AUSTRIA
    Jul 7 Jazz a Vienne Vienne, FRANCE
    Jul 8 Gent Jazz Festival Gent, BELGIUM
    Jul 10 North Sea Jazz Festival Rotterdam, Netherlands
    Jul 12 Umbria Jazz Festival Perugia Pg, ITALY
    Jul 13 Teatro Lirico di Cagliari Cagliari, ITALY
    Jul 15 Noches del Botánico Madrid, SPAIN
    Jul 16 Jazz Festival L'Estartit Girona, SPAIN
    Jul 18 Shuni Theater Binyamina, ISRAEL
    Jul 19 Istanbul Jazz Festival Istanbul, TURKEY
    Jul 22 Jazzaldia  San Sebastián, SPAIN
    Jul 24 Teatro della Fortuna Fano, ITALY
    Jul 30 Schloss Elmau GmbH & Co KG Elmau, GERMANY
         
    Sep 2–5 Detroit Free Jazz Festival  Detroit, MI
         
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Brad Mehldau Tours with John Scofield, Mark Guiliana

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Brad Mehldau, following a tour with the Brad Mehldau Trio for the new album Blues and Ballads, out this Friday, embarks on a trio tour of a different sort: he reunites with drummer Mark Guiliana, with whom he paired up for the album Mehliana: Taming the Dragon, and guitarist John Scofield for a six-night residency at the Blue Note in NYC starting tonight. "The omnivorously eclectic trouble these three get into will be worth the price of admission," exclaims the New Yorker. The trio will tour the UK and Europe in July, including sets at the Love Supreme, Montreux, Vienna, Gent, and North Sea jazz festivals, and stops in France, Italy, Spain, Israel, Turkey, and Germany, and reunite in the US for the Detroit Free Jazz Festival in September.

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Brad Mehldau—having just completed tours of the United States and Europe with the Brad Mehldau Trio in support of the new album Blues and Ballads, out this Friday—embarks on a trio tour of a different sort today. The pianist reunites with drummer Mark Guiliana, with whom he paired up for Grammy-nominated album Mehliana: Taming the Dragon, and guitarist John Scofield for a tour that begins with a six-night, multi-set residency at the Blue Note in New York City starting tonight as part of the Blue Note Jazz Festival. Following this week's run and a solo show from Mehldau in France, the tour takes the trio to the UK and Europe in July, including sets at the Love Supreme, Montreux, Vienna, Gent, and North Sea jazz festivals, as well as stops in France, Italy, Spain, Israel, Turkey, and Germany. The trio reunites in the US in early September for the Detroit Free Jazz Festival.

"The omnivorously eclectic trouble these three get into will be worth the price of admission," exclaims the New Yorker.

See below for all of the currently announced Scofield/Mehldau/Guiliana tour dates; for more on these and other upcoming Mehldau shows, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

Mehliana: Taming the Dragon, the debut album from the duo of Brad Mehldau and Mark Guiliana was released by Nonesuch in 2014 and won the Edison Award for Best International Jazz Album. Jazzwise called the album "astonishing" and "one of the best albums of 2014."

Brad Mehldau Trio's Blues and Ballads, which is available to pre-order on iTunes and in the Nonesuch Store now, comprises interpretations of songs by other composers, this time with the focus on blues and ballads implied by the album’s title, including works by Cole Porter, Charlie Parker, Lennon & McCartney, and Jon Brion. Mojo exclaims: "A spellbinding set whose salient features are subtlety and understatement ... Sublime stuff."

SCOFIELD / MEHLDAU / GUILIANA ON TOUR

May 31–Jun 5 Blue Note New York, NY
     
Jul 2 Love Supreme Jazz Festival Brighton, UK
Jul 3 Montreux Jazz Festival Montreux, SWITZERLAND
Jul 5 Vienna JazzFest Vienna, AUSTRIA
Jul 7 Jazz a Vienne Vienne, FRANCE
Jul 8 Gent Jazz Festival Gent, BELGIUM
Jul 10 North Sea Jazz Festival Rotterdam, Netherlands
Jul 12 Umbria Jazz Festival Perugia Pg, ITALY
Jul 13 Teatro Lirico di Cagliari Cagliari, ITALY
Jul 15 Noches del Botánico Madrid, SPAIN
Jul 16 Jazz Festival L'Estartit Girona, SPAIN
Jul 18 Shuni Theater Binyamina, ISRAEL
Jul 19 Istanbul Jazz Festival Istanbul, TURKEY
Jul 22 Jazzaldia  San Sebastián, SPAIN
Jul 24 Teatro della Fortuna Fano, ITALY
Jul 30 Schloss Elmau GmbH & Co KG Elmau, GERMANY
     
Sep 2–5 Detroit Free Jazz Festival  Detroit, MI
     
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