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The newly renovated and expanded Ferring Jazz Bistro offers an amply wide stage, but the John Pizzarelli Quartet opted to set up huddled together in the middle, staying within a whispers reach of the band leader at the front of the stage.

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With the newly expanded and renovated Harold & Dorothy Steward Center for Jazz to flaunt, Jazz St. Louis started its 20th season with one hometown hero saxophonist David Sanborn.

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It's not at all common to find music at Jazz at the Bistro on a Monday night, but the polar vortex had its way and kept the Matt Wilson Quartet -- with special guest John Medeski -- from making it to town for the intimate listening room's traditional Wednesday start.

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The long-term contract is well known in the world of sports, but in the world of music, such commitments tend to be reserved for the divas of the Las Vegas strip. However, the people of St. Louis have spoken and have welcomed the Bad Plus to Jazz at the Bistro for eight straight years, and extended a contract to return every January for the foreseeable future.

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This past year, my concert schedule started with a frantic pace, but then unfortunately dwindled away a bit due to increasing limitations on time and finances.

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From the front row of tables to the back wall of the balcony, empty seats were hard to find. The listening room at Jazz at the Bistro was at its fullest capacity for Regina Carter's return to St. Louis.

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The summer has come to a close. The days are shorter, the autumn breeze blows colder and the long wait for opening night at Jazz at the Bistro has finally ended. To kick off Jazz St. Louis's 19th season, the highly influential Yellowjackets have returned to this intimate setting to dole out four nights of modern jazz and fusion.

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It was a bit surreal to watch Molly Ringwald, the object of desire of not only the fictional Farmer Ted, but countless children of the 1980s, descend the Jazz at the Bistro staircase and stand alone smiling shyly as she waited to be introduced on Wednesday night.

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The world of jazz is expansive and limitless. It combines elements from every style of music that it encounters, generating a sound that belongs entirely to the musicians on stage and those privileged enough to share the experience. Wednesday night, the most knowledgeable of Jazz at the Bistro's regulars joined the Lionel Loueke Trio for a set that was as diverse as it was original.

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There was wine on every table with glasses that couldn't stay full. The crowd at Jazz at the Bistro buzzed with a friendly familiarity and mingled between tables waiting for the night's second set, featuring James Carter and the Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio, to begin.

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