REVIEW: Immanuel Wilkins, ‘Omega’ (Blue Note)

As much as we try to dodge the bias of ageism, some sense of wonder underscores the experience of Omega, Immanuel Wilkins’ striking debut release. How is it that the alto saxophonist-composer-bandleader has marshaled such a strong, true and mature artistic statement at age 22? What’s more, Wilkins wrote the centralizing four-part suite on the

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