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    Joshua Redman Quartet Launches European Tour
    Jay Blakesberg

    Joshua Redman, whose latest album, Walking Shadows, was released this week on Nonesuch Records, kicks off a tour of Europe with his Quartet, featuring Aaron Goldberg on piano, Reuben Rogers on bass, and Gregory Hutchinson on drums. The 11-city tour begins with a set at L'Abbaye de l'Épau in Le Mans, France, tonight, followed by additional stops in France, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, and Germany. While in Europe, Redman heads to the UK to perform a duo show with bassist Christian McBride at Wigmore Hall in London this Saturday, May 11, the final concert in this season's Wigmore jazz series under Redman's curatorship.

    Joshua Redman returns to the Western Hemisphere for a few spring and summer festivals in North and South America, starting with a June 4 performance at The Town Hall in New York City with the quartet featured on Walking Shadows—Brad Mehldau, Larry Grenadier, Brian Blade—and an orchestra, as part of the Blue Note Jazz Festival.

    See below for all of the currently scheduled tour dates. For additional details and tickets links, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour or head to Redman's newly redesigned website, joshuaredman.com.

    This past weekend, Joshua Redman joined The Bad Plus for a double bill with the Brad Mehldau Trio at Royce Hall in Los Angeles. The show closed with a performance by Redman and The Bad Plus culminating in what the Los Angeles Times calls "an all-out reach for the outer limits in a free-playing fury of sound and energy that came in waves, each one reaching a new, cathartic peak, only to be blown away by another crashing behind it." Late last month, Redman performed at the New Orleans Jazz Fest, giving a set that the Times-Picayune says " hit most of the modern jazz pleasure centers."

    JOSHUA REDMAN ON TOUR

    May 8 L'Abbaye de l'Épau Le Mans, FRANCE
    May 9 Salle Marcel-Helie Coutances, FRANCE
    May 11 Wigmore Hall* London, UK
    May 12 Teatro Alighieri Ravenna, ITALY
    May 14 Blue Note Milan, ITALY
    May 15 Teatro Principal Santiago de Compostela, SPAIN
    May 16 Teatro Lara de Madrid Madrid, SPAIN
    May 19 La Conserverie Saint Gilles Croix de Vie, FRANCE
    May 20 Abdjiplein Middleburg, NETHERLANDS
    May 22 Domicil Dortmund, GERMANY
    May 24 ELBJAZZ Festival Hamburg, GERMANY
         
    Jun 4 The Town Hall** New York, NY
         
    Jun 7 BMW Jazz Festival† São Paulo, BRAZIL
    Jun 8 BMW Jazz Festival† Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL
         
    Jun 27 The Grand Theatre Kingston, ON
    Jun 29 Montreal International Jazz Festival Montreal, QC
         
    Aug 4 Newport Jazz Festival Newport, RI
         
    Aug 8 Marciac Jazz Festival Marciac, FRANCE
         

    Above dates with Joshua Redman Quartet feat. Aaron Goldberg, Reuben Rogers, Gregory Hutchinson except:
    * w/ Christian McBride
    ** Joshua Redman Quartet w/ Brad Mehldau, Larry Grenadier, Brian Blade & orchestra
    † James Farm

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Joshua Redman, whose latest album, Walking Shadows, was released this week, kicks off a tour of Europe with his Quartet, featuring Aaron Goldberg on piano, Reuben Rogers on bass, and Gregory Hutchinson on drums in Le Mans, France, tonight, followed by additional stops in France, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, and Germany. Redman also heads to the UK to perform with bassist Christian McBride at Wigmore Hall in London. He returns to the States for a June 4 show at NYC's Town Hall with the quartet featured on Walking Shadows—Brad Mehldau, Larry Grenadier, Brian Blade—and an orchestra.

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Joshua Redman, whose latest album, Walking Shadows, was released this week on Nonesuch Records, kicks off a tour of Europe with his Quartet, featuring Aaron Goldberg on piano, Reuben Rogers on bass, and Gregory Hutchinson on drums. The 11-city tour begins with a set at L'Abbaye de l'Épau in Le Mans, France, tonight, followed by additional stops in France, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, and Germany. While in Europe, Redman heads to the UK to perform a duo show with bassist Christian McBride at Wigmore Hall in London this Saturday, May 11, the final concert in this season's Wigmore jazz series under Redman's curatorship.

Joshua Redman returns to the Western Hemisphere for a few spring and summer festivals in North and South America, starting with a June 4 performance at The Town Hall in New York City with the quartet featured on Walking Shadows—Brad Mehldau, Larry Grenadier, Brian Blade—and an orchestra, as part of the Blue Note Jazz Festival.

See below for all of the currently scheduled tour dates. For additional details and tickets links, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour or head to Redman's newly redesigned website, joshuaredman.com.

This past weekend, Joshua Redman joined The Bad Plus for a double bill with the Brad Mehldau Trio at Royce Hall in Los Angeles. The show closed with a performance by Redman and The Bad Plus culminating in what the Los Angeles Times calls "an all-out reach for the outer limits in a free-playing fury of sound and energy that came in waves, each one reaching a new, cathartic peak, only to be blown away by another crashing behind it." Late last month, Redman performed at the New Orleans Jazz Fest, giving a set that the Times-Picayune says " hit most of the modern jazz pleasure centers."

JOSHUA REDMAN ON TOUR

May 8 L'Abbaye de l'Épau Le Mans, FRANCE
May 9 Salle Marcel-Helie Coutances, FRANCE
May 11 Wigmore Hall* London, UK
May 12 Teatro Alighieri Ravenna, ITALY
May 14 Blue Note Milan, ITALY
May 15 Teatro Principal Santiago de Compostela, SPAIN
May 16 Teatro Lara de Madrid Madrid, SPAIN
May 19 La Conserverie Saint Gilles Croix de Vie, FRANCE
May 20 Abdjiplein Middleburg, NETHERLANDS
May 22 Domicil Dortmund, GERMANY
May 24 ELBJAZZ Festival Hamburg, GERMANY
     
Jun 4 The Town Hall** New York, NY
     
Jun 7 BMW Jazz Festival† São Paulo, BRAZIL
Jun 8 BMW Jazz Festival† Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL
     
Jun 27 The Grand Theatre Kingston, ON
Jun 29 Montreal International Jazz Festival Montreal, QC
     
Aug 4 Newport Jazz Festival Newport, RI
     
Aug 8 Marciac Jazz Festival Marciac, FRANCE
     

Above dates with Joshua Redman Quartet feat. Aaron Goldberg, Reuben Rogers, Gregory Hutchinson except:
* w/ Christian McBride
** Joshua Redman Quartet w/ Brad Mehldau, Larry Grenadier, Brian Blade & orchestra
† James Farm

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