During this particular period overlapping both the 1960s and 1970s, with its epicentres in New York, Chicago, London, Paris and Berlin, jazz underwent its most profound revolution in modern times, with the emergence of free jazz/new thing, electric jazz, a new improvised form of music from Europe, and the first incarnation of a new European jazz. This new jazz was shaped by the social conditions of the era, as well as by technological developments. New paradigms were emerging in cinema, literature and art.
This lecture takes place in the context of the exhibition Post-Pop- Beyond the commonplace and Jardim de Verão.
Participant: Rui Neves
Rui Neves (Angola, 1948) celebrates the 45th anniversary of his professional career in music, radio broadcasting, criticism, production and artistic direction this year. He has worked at several large radio stations in Lisbon (Rádio Comercial-FM, Rádio Renascença FM, RDP|Antena-2 and XFM). Alongside Paulo Seabra, he co-produced the documentary aTensãoJazzfor RTP2 in 2011. He is currently artistic director of the ‘Jazz em Agosto’ festival. His activity at present focuses on music, understood as a continuous cycle which is constantly renewed, as is life. Since 2007, he has produced the ‘Músicas no Plural’ podcast on the Gulbenkian Music website.
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