A Celebration with performances by Fabian Almazan, Brian Blade, Terence Blanchard, Lou Donaldson, Robert Glasper, Derrick Hodge, Bobby Hutcherson, Norah Jones, Lionel Loueke, Joe Lovano, Jason Moran, John Patitucci, Danilo Pérez, Dianne Reeves, Kendrick Scott, Marlena Shaw, Wayne Shorter, Dr. Lonnie Smith, McCoy Tyner, and others Celebration to include an art challenge for young people led ...Read More
Jazz Arts Group Presents Brass & Grass Feat. New Basics Brass Band & The Relentless Mules - Sat. Apr. 26
Columbus, OH – The Jazz Arts Group’s 2013-14 Inside Track season finale heats up the Lincoln Theatre stage with an ear-bending collaboration of funky New Orleans jazz and bluegrass when local favorites New Basics Brass Band and The Relentless Mules join forces on stage for “Brass & Grass” on Saturday, April 26. Taste how the common ...Read More
Hear Palmer, already a habit, always a surprise... Since the 2009 vintage, Palmer reveals its new vintage in music. This year, the 2013 vintage was interpreted by the Daniel Humair Quartet. You can now enjoy the concert on Hear-Palmer.com. Palmer and jazz—A common philosophy. Like Palmer, jazz has deep roots, with a long history that has ...Read More
D.F.F. at the Button Factory Saturday 12th April: Doors 8pm D.F.F. featuring the musical talents of Vyvienne Long, Niwel Tsumbu & Dave Flynn. Touring their debut album Pouric Songs out 28 March on Frisbee Records What does D.F.F. stand for one might ask? Well it can mean whatever you want it to mean, whatever definition comes ...Read More
On May 5 at 12:00 noon EDT, Sonny Rollins will expand his forays into social-media territory (and CD promotion) by participating in an unprecedented video conference, Sonny Rollins Meets His Fans," broadcast live on YouTube and Google+. Ten members of Sonny's global community of listeners and fellow musicians, chosen from the winners of a video contest ...Read More
Ray Charles And Ella Fitzgerald To Headline "The Jazz Fest Show" Photo Exhibit By Steven Forster In New Orleans
Ray Charles and Ella Fitzgerald to Headline The Jazz Fest Show" Photo Exhibit by Steven Forster Steven Forster, award-winning jny: New Orleans photographer The Jazz Fest Show photo exhibit: 15 archival black and white photos of iconic jazz musicians Angela King Gallery
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Newport Festivals Foundation And Salve Regina University Celebrate The 60th Anniversary Of Newport Jazz Festival
Newport Festivals Foundation and Salve Regina University Celebrate the 60th Anniversary of Newport Jazz Festival on International Jazz Day, April 30, with Workshops and a Concert Featuring Jon Batiste and Stay Human Celebration Includes Middle and High School Workshops Plus Concert at 7:30 pm at the Casino Theatre NEWPORT, RI – Celebrate the 60th Anniversary of ...Read More
NEC Presents Special In The Mix Concert Featuring Middle Eastern, Jewish Music And American Roots Ensembles At Pierce Hall
New England Conservatory presents a special evening of three concerts featuring top student musicians on Tuesday, April 22. Performing, as part of the conservatory’s In the Mix series, are the Middle Eastern, Jewish Music and American Roots ensembles. Performances take place at 7, 8 and 9 p.m. at New England Conservatory’s Pierce Hall on the first ...Read More
In jny: Philadelphia, and across the country, April is celebrated as Jazz Appreciation Month (JAM). To honor jazz as an original American art form, JAM was created in 2002 by John Edward Hasse, curator of the Smithsonian Institute National Museum of American History. jny: Philadelphia has been one of the cities celebrating JAM for several years ...Read More
Join the faculty and students of the New York Jazz Workshop on April 6 at Smalls Jazz Club in the West Village! No cover charge, no minimum! The students of the following 11 workshops will be performing: 12:15 - 12:45 HARDBOP 12:45 – 1:15 IMPROV WORKSHOP 1:15 - 1:45 MIXED METER WORKSHOP 1:45 – 2:15 BLUES ...Read More
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