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In 2009 Linus Wyrsch joined the team of DJs at BTR and took over the bi-weekly jazz show,The Jazz Hole. Being a sought-after clarinetist and saxophonist, himself, in the Big Apple, Linus embraces a unique relationship with the jazz genre and its musicians, consequently providing the listeners with a backstage pass to the New York jazz scene. The hour-long show features the music of new talents from inside and outside of the New York circuit, and every once in a while, Linus is able to sneak in a major jazz artist, sometimes accompanied with a short interview.

Over the years, he has interviewed John Clayton, Lew Tabackin, Fred Hersch, Sue Mingus, Steve Gadd, Jojo Mayer, Gerald Clayton, Javon Jackson, the President of Resonance Records George Klabin, Sofia Rei, Sharel Cassity, Mark Sherman, Harvie S, Jean-Michel Pilc, Dafnis Prieto, Randy Johnston, Helen Sung, Gregorio Uribe and many others.

The Jazz Hole podcast comes out every other Sunday, featuring a perfect blend of tradition and innovation. Also check out The Jazz Hole Live, which features live recorded sets every second Thursday of the month.

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In 2009 Linus Wyrsch joined the team of DJs at BTR and took over the bi-weekly jazz show,The Jazz Hole. Being a sought-after clarinetist and saxophonist, himself, in the Big Apple, Linus embraces a unique relationship with the jazz genre and its musicians, consequently providing the listeners with a backstage pass to the New York jazz scene. The hour-long show features the music of new talents from inside and outside of the New York circuit, and every once in a while, Linus is able to sneak in a major jazz artist, sometimes accompanied with a short interview.

Over the years, he has interviewed John Clayton, Lew Tabackin, Fred Hersch, Sue Mingus, Steve Gadd, Jojo Mayer, Gerald Clayton, Javon Jackson, the President of Resonance Records George Klabin, Sofia Rei, Sharel Cassity, Mark Sherman, Harvie S, Jean-Michel Pilc, Dafnis Prieto, Randy Johnston, Helen Sung, Gregorio Uribe and many others.

The Jazz Hole podcast comes out every other Sunday, featuring a perfect blend of tradition and innovation. Also check out The Jazz Hole Live, which features live recorded sets every second Thursday of the month.

    Miles Donahue

    Miles Donahue

    "On today’s episode of The Jazz Hole, you get to hear the Vermont-based composer, saxophone, trumpet & piano player Miles Donahue talk about his new album “Just Passing Thru” (released on Whaling City Sound), which features among others Mike Stern on guitar, Alain Mallet on keys, Joe Santerre on electric bass, Larry Finn on drums and Ricardo Monzon on percussion. Plus a couple of selections from Paris-based pianist and composer Benoît Delbecq’s new album “The Weight Of Light” (released on Pyroclastic Records)



    Benoît Delbecq - “The Loop Of Chicago” & “Pair et Impair”
    Album: The Weight Of Light





    Miles Donahue - Living Room Blues
    Album: Just Passing Thru
    Miles Donahue (as, ts, ss, tp), Joe Santerre (e-b), Larry Finn (d), Ricardo Monzon (perc) and Alain Mallet (kbds)

    Miles Donahue - A Man Of Few Words
    Album: Just Passing Thru
    Miles Donahue (as, ts, ss, tp), Joe Santerre (e-b), Larry Finn (d), Ricardo Monzon (perc) and Steve Hunt (p, org)

    Miles Donahue - Railroaded
    Album: Just Passing Thru
    Miles Donahue (as, ts, ss, tp), Joe Santerre (e-b), Larry Finn (d), Ricardo Monzon (perc) and Mike Stern (g)

    00:00 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
    03:02 - The Loop Of Chicago - Benoît Delbecq
    08:41 - Pair et Impair - Benoît Delbecq
    18:23 - Interview with Miles Donahue, Part I
    28:14 - Living Room Blues - Miles Donahue
    33:45 - Interview with Miles Donahue, Part II
    38:10 - A Man Of Few Words - Miles Donahue
    43:35 - Interview with Miles Donahue, Part III
    52:39 - Railroaded - Miles Donahue
    59:38 - Finish
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    Earthbound

    Earthbound

    "The Jazz Hole with Linus presents several new albums today: From Where We Came is the new Steeplechase Records album by the Atlanta-raised, NYC-based bassist Michael Feinberg, Live at Marigny Opera House is the debut album by the Portland-based trumpeter Cyrus Nabipoor, and Earth Voices is the latest album by the Toronto-based pianist Amanda Tosoff. Other musicians today include Leo Genovese (with Mariano Otero and Sergio Verdinelli) William Chernoff and Frank Colón.


    Amanda Tosoff (featuring Emilie-Claire Barlow) - A Dream Within A Dream
    Album: Earth Voices
    Amanda Tosoff (p, comp, arr), Jon Maharaj (b), Morgan Childs (d), Kelly Jefferson (ss), Allison Au (as) and Emilie-Claire Barlow (voc)
    Poem by Edgar Allan Poe

    Amanda Tosoff (featuring Alex Samaras) - Birdwings
    Amanda Tosoff (p, comp, arr), Jon Maharaj (b), Morgan Childs (d), Aline Homzy (violin), Beth Silver (cello) and Alex Samaras (voc)
    Poem by Rumi



    Cyrus Nabipoor - “What Is This” & “Huckleberry Madness”
    Album: Live At The Marigny Opera House
    Cyrus Nabipoor (tp), Brad Walker (ts), George Wilde (g), James Singleton (b) and Brad Webb (d)



    Michael Feinberg - “Cairo” & “Tokyo”
    Album: From Where We Came
    Michael Feinberg (b), Dave Liebman (ss), Noah Preminger (ts), Gary Versace (p) and Ian Froman (d)

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    Leo Genovese / Mariano Otero / Sergio Verdinelli - “Blues” & “Ciclones”
    Album: Sin Tiempo
    Leo Genovese (p, comp), Mariano Otero (e-b, b) and Sergio Verdinelli (d)

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    William Chernoff - Aim To Stay
    Album: Aim To Stay
    William Chernoff (b-g), Thad Bailey-Mai (tp), Jonny Tobin (p) and Carson Tworow (d)

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    Frank Colón - Spanish Heart
    Album: Latin Lounge
    Frank Colón (perc, prog, voc), José Arimateia (tp), Raphael Batista (vio), Julio Falavigna, Christiano Rocha (d), Daniel Figueiredo (add syn), Jamie Glaser (g), Estevão Lima (b), Jr. Lobbo (e-g), Luana Mallet (voc), Carlos Malta (fl, b-fl), Kleyton Martins (p, kbds), Roman Miroshnichenko (flamenco g), Elton Ricardo (rhodes), José Staneck (harm), Mateus Starling (e-g), Cristiano Veneza (violin, viola, cello), Mateus Viana (acc)

    00:00 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
    02:38 - A Dream Within A Dream - Amanda Tosoff, Emilie-Claire Barlow
    06:53 - Birdwings - Amanda Tosoff, Alex Samaras
    12:16 - What Is This - Cyrus Nabipoor
    20:14 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
    22:22 - Huckleberry Madness - Cyrus Nabipoor
    26:43 - Cairo - Michael Feinberg
    32:07 - Tokyo - Michael Feinberg
    36:39 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
    39:46 - Blues - Leo Genovese, Mariano Otero, Sergio Verdinelli
    44:07 - Ciclones - Leo Genovese, Mariano Otero, Sergio Verdinelli
    51:00 - Aim To Stay - William Chernoff
    54:56 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
    57:57 - Spanish Heart - Frank Colón
    62:54 - Finish
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    Afterthoughts

    Afterthoughts

    "So much new jazz all the time, it’s hard to keep track! The Jazz Hole with Linus circles back a bit this week to make sure that nothing slipped through the cracks. Enjoy music by Toronto-based multi-instrumentalist and composer Chelsea McBride and her 2nd big band album Chelsea McBride’s Socialist Night School - Aftermath, plus, also from Canada, more from the Ottawa-based fusion quartet Modasaurus, lead by pianist James McGowan. Additional music today comes from “Yuma” by a unique Basel-based trio consisting of Tian Long Li on chromatic harmonica, Marco Schudel on vibraphone and Dominik Schürmann on bass, as well as from pianist and composer Glenn Zaleski’s latest album The Question.


    Glenn Zaleski - The Question
    Album: The Question
    Glenn Zaleski (p), Adam O’Farrill (tp), Lucas Pino (ts), Desmond White (b) and Allan Mednard (d)

    Glenn Zaleski - Subterfuge
    Album: The Question
    Glenn Zaleski (p), Adam O’Farrill (tp), Lucas Pino (ts), Desmond White (b), Allan Mednard (d), Alex LoRe (as), Nick Finzer (tb), Andrew Gutauskas (bs) and Andrew Renfroe (g)



    Chelsea McBride’s Socialist Night School - “The Righteous And The Wicked” & “The Void Becomes You”
    Album: Aftermath
    Chelsea McBride (ts, cond), Colleen Allen (ss, as, picc, fl, alto fl), Naomi Higgins (ss, as, fl, alto fl), Alison Young (ts, fl, cl), Patrick Smith (ts, ss, fl, cl), Conrad Gluch (bs, b-cl, contrab cl, alto fl), James Rhodes, Jusitn See, Tom Upjohn, Kaelin Murphy (tp, flh), William Carn, Aidan Sibley, Jill Richards (tb), Nicholas Sieber (b-tb, tuba), Alex Samaras (voc), Chris Bruder (p), David Riddel (g), Steven Falk (b), Geoff Bruce (d)



    Modasaurus – “Crazy Ceilidh” & “The Four Kids (4K)”
    Album: 4K
    James McGowan (p, kbds, comp), Alex Moxon (e-g), JP Lapensee (e-b), Jamie Holmes (d) and Norman Glaude (harm on “Crazy Ceilidh”)

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    Tian Long Li, Marco Schudel, Dominik Schürmann - “Holding Line” & “Banana Dog”
    Album: Yuma
    Tian Long Li (harm), Marco Schudel (vib, perc, syn) and Dominik Schürmann (b, comp)

    00:00 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
    03:01 - The Question - Glenn Zaleski
    10:18 - Subterfuge - Glenn Zaleski
    15:23 - The Righteous and the Wicked - Chelsea McBride’s Socialist Night School
    19:29 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
    21:22 - The Void Becomes You - Chelsea McBride’s Socialist Night School
    30:03 - Crazy Ceilidh - Modasaurus
    40:43 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
    42:17 - The Four Kids (4K) - Modasaurus
    49:06 - Holding Line - Tian Long Li, Marco Schudel, Dominik Schürmann
    53:33 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
    54:49 - Banana Dog - Tian Long Li, Marco Schudel, Dominik Schürmann
    57:33 - Finish
    "

    • 57 Min.
    Monumental

    Monumental

    "Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus starts with a track from “Human Dust Suite” by NYC-based Japanese-born pianist and composer Miki Yamanaka, and also includes music from two Toronto-based artists’ albums: “Bridges” by the Trinidad-born saxophonist and composer Jesse Ryan and “City Abstract” by vibraphonist and composer Dan McCarthy. We are also listening to some classical cross-overs in form of Quinsin Nachoff’s Violin Concerto, Movement I from the saxophonist and composer’s latest album “Pivotal Arc” featuring virtuoso violin soloist Nathalie Bonin, and two compositions by jazz pianist Pete Malinverni from his latest album “Candlelight” with classical violinist Juliet Kurtzman.

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    Miki Yamanaka - March
    Album: Human Dust Suite
    Miki Yamanaka (p), Anthony Orji (as), Orlando le Fleming (b) and Jochen Rueckert (d)



    Dan McCarthy - “Bleyto (For Carla Bley)” & “Deser Roads (For Gary Burton)”
    Album: City Abstract
    Dan McCarthy (vib), Ted Quinlan (g), Pat Collins (b) and Ted Warren (d)

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    Quinsin Nachoff - Violin Concerto, Movement I
    Album: Pivotal Arc
    Quinsin Nachoff (comp, ts), JC Sanford (cond), Nathalie Bonin (violin soloist), Molinari String Quartet: Olga Ranzenhofer (vio I), Antoine Bareil (vio II), Frédéric Lambert (viola), Pierre-Alain Bouvrette (cello), Michael Davidson (vib), Mark Helias (b), Satoshi Takeishi (d, perc), Jean-Pierre Zanella (picc, fl, cl, ss), Yvan Belleau (cl, ts), Brent Besner (b-cl), Jocelyn Couture (tp I), Bill Mahar (tp II), David Grott (tb) and Bob Ellis (b-tb)



    Juliet Kurtzman & Pete Malinverni - “Pulcinella” & “Love int he Time of Cholera”
    Album: Candlelight – Love in the Time of Cholera
    Juliet Kurtzman (violin) and Pete Malinverni (p, comp)



    Jesse Ryan - Bridges
    Album: Bridges
    Jesse Ryan (saxes, perc, composer), Ewen Farncombe (p, fender rhodes), Marc Rogers (b), David Richards (d) and Sean Clarey (g)

    Jesse Ryan (featuring Jooanna Majoko) - The Way
    Album: Bridges
    Jesse Ryan (saxes, composer), Ewen Farncombe (p, fender rhodes), Marc Rogers (b), David Richards (d), Lucien Gray (g) and Joanna Majoko (vor)

    00:00 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
    02:31 - March - Miki Yamanaka
    08:21 - Bleyto (For Carla Bley) - Dan McCarthy
    12:41 - Desert Roads (For Gary Burton) - Dan McCarthy
    21:05 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
    24:25 - Violin Concerto, Movement I - Quinsin Nachoff, Nathalie Bonin
    40:23 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
    41:46 - Pulcinella - Juliet Kurtzman, Pete Malinverni
    44:23 - Love int he Time of Cholera - Juliet Kurtzman, Pete Malinverni
    47:15 - Bridges - Jesse Ryan
    53:50 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
    55:42 - The Way - Jesse Ryan, Joanna Majoko
    61:03 - Finish
    "

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    Ears and Eyes

    Ears and Eyes

    "Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus features a few projects that are more on the experimental, avant-garde and free jazz side. You will get to hear music from 3 brand new releases that came out on the Argentinian ears&eyes records label, all three of them are lead by fantastic Argentinean musicians: Sin Tiempo by pianist Leo Genovese with his local trio featuring Mariano Otero and Sergio Verdinelli, the EP “In another night, in another world” by saxophonist and composer Camila Nebbia (joined by Maya Keren and Akiva Jacobs), and No Comunica by the quintet Formica / Edward / Carracedo Lauretti / Alarcón / Ledesma. The other tracks on today’s episode come from Mary Halvorson’s Code Girl, a group lead by Brooklyn-based guitarist and composer Mary Halvorson and from Trinidad-born, Toronto-based saxophonist and composer Jesse Ryan’s self-released debut album Bridges.


    Jesse Ryan (featuring Mt. Cullane Tambrin Band) - Big Ole’ Shoes
    Album: Bridges
    Jesse Ryan (saxes, comp), Ewen Farncombe (p, fender rhodes), Marc Rogers (b), David Richards (d) Andrew Marzotto (g) and Mt. Cullane Tambrin Band

    Jesse Ryan - Bridges
    Album: Bridges
    Jesse Ryan (saxes, perc, composer), Ewen Farncombe (p, fender rhodes), Marc Rogers (b), David Richards (d) and Sean Clarey (g)



    Leo Genovese, Mariano Otero, Sergio Verdinelli - “Blues” & “Ciclones”
    Album: Sin Tiempo
    Leo Genovese (p, composer), Mariano Otero (e-b, b) and Sergio Verdinelli (d)



    Camila Nebbia, Maya Keren, Akiva Jacobs - “The Night” & “Alas Rotas”
    Album: In Another Night, In Another World
    Camila Nebbia (ts, composer “Alas Rotas”), Maya Keren (p, voc, composer “The Night”) and Akiva Jacobs (b)

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    Mary Halvorson’s Code Girl - The Lemon Trees
    Album: Artlessly Falling
    Mary Halvorson (g), Amirtha Kidambi (voc), María Grand (ts, voc), Adam O’Farrill (tp), Michael Formanek (b), Tomas Fujiwara (d) and Robert Wyatt (voc)

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    Formica, Edward, Carracedo Lauretti, Alarcón, Ledesma - “Molinos” & “Vista”
    Album: No comunica
    Matias Formica (ts, fl), Marcos Edward (e-g), Cristian Carracedo Lauretti (electronics), Lara Alarcón (voc) and Pablo Ledesma (ss)

    00:00 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
    03:11 - Big Ole’ Shoes - Jesse Ryan, Mt. Cullane Tambrin Band
    08:24 - Bridges - Jesse Ryan
    14:58 - Blues - Leo Genovese, Mariano Otero, Sergio Verdinelli
    19:19 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
    20:21 - Ciclones - Leo Genovese, Mariano Otero, Sergio Verdinelli
    27:11 - The Night - Camila Nebbia, Maya Keren, Akiva Jacobs
    33:34 - Alas Rotas - Camila Nebbia, Maya Keren, Akiva Jacobs
    40:43 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
    43:09 - The Lemon Trees - Mary Halvorson’s Code Girl
    50:17 - Molinos - Matias Formica, Marcos Edward, Cristian Carracedo Lauretti, Lara Alarcón, Pablo Ledesma,
    56:45 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
    58:11 - Vista - Matias Formica, Marcos Edward, Cristian Carracedo Lauretti, Lara Alarcón, Pablo Ledesma,
    62:39 - Finish
    "

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    Satoko Fujii & Natsuki Tamura

    Satoko Fujii & Natsuki Tamura

    "The Jazz Hole and Linus Wyrsch wish you a Happy New Year! This year’s first episode kicks off with a humorous conversation with two of the most celebrated musicians in contemporary improvised music: pianist and composer Satoko Fujiii and her husband of more than 30 years, trumpet player and composer Natsuki Tamura. Combined, this music power couple has released over 100 albums. In November and December alone, they came out with 3 new albums that they discuss today: their duo album Pentas, their album Mantle with drummer Ramon Lopez (both out on November 6th via Not Two Records) and their album Prickly Pear Cactus (out on December 4th via Libra Records), which was actually recorded in two different cities during the pandemic with laptop and electronics artist Ikue Mori.



    Satoko Fujii & Natsuki Tamura - “Not Together” & “Pentas”
    Album: Pentas (Tribute to Eric and Chris Stern)
    Satoko Fujii (p, composer “Not Together) and Natsuki Tamura (tp, composer “Pentas”)



    Ikue Mori, Satoko Fujii, Natsuki Tamura - “Prickly Pear Cactus” & “In The Water”
    Album: Prickly Pear Cactus
    Ikue Mori (electronics), Satoko Fujii (p) and Natsuki Tamura (tp)



    Natsuki Tamura, Satoko Fujii, Ramon Lopez - “Nine Steps To The Ground” & “Encounter”
    Album: Mantle
    Natsuki Tamura (tp, composer “Encounter”), Satoko Fujii (p, composer “Nine Steps To The Ground”) and Ramon Lopez (d)

    00:00 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
    02:50 - Not Together - Satoko Fujii, Natsuki Tamura
    06:15 - Pentas - Satoko Fujii, Natsuki Tamura
    12:11 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
    13:59 - Interview with Satoko Fujii & Natsuki Tamura, Part I
    25:15 - Prickly Pear Cactus - Ikue Mori, Satoko Fujii, Natsuki Tamura
    31:04 - Interview with Satoko Fujii & Natsuki Tamura, Part II
    36:25 - In The Water - Ikue Mori, Satoko Fujii, Natsuki Tamura
    43:15 - Interview with Satoko Fujii & Natsuki Tamura, Part III
    51:21 - Nine Steps To The Ground - Natsuki Tamura, Satoko Fujii, Ramon Lopez
    58:15 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
    59:01 - Encounter - Natsuki Tamura, Satoko Fujii, Ramon Lopez
    68:41 - Finish
    "

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