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Download the All About Jazz Musician Starter Guide

Download the All About Jazz Musician Starter Guide

Home to over 100,000 musician pages and representing the largest database of its kind on the internet, All About Jazz is also a platform that supports jazz professionals worldwide. In an effort to help our professional community (musicians, label owners, publicists, presenters, and promoters) maximize the benefits of our growing platform, we'll publish a series of ...

All About Jazz Promotes House Concerts Through Jazz Near You

All About Jazz Promotes House Concerts Through Jazz Near You

A new website that connects house concert presenters, musicians, and fans Alternative jazz venues come in all shapes and sizes and with a growing trend in house concerts, Jazz Near You has created houseconcerts.jazznearyou.com to help existing home concert presenters generate greater turnouts, help musicians find more work (through house concert presentations), and offer guidance to ...

All About Jazz Launches New Inline Ad Space

All About Jazz Launches New Inline Ad Space

You have a captive audience with All About Jazz's new inline ad space. Sized at 1200x900 pixels, the ad appears at the center of every article page (that's 70,000 pages and counting!) and after every fourth photo in thousands of slideshows. It's persistent display, occupies an entire screen on certain devices, and is trackable. View the ...

Of Poland, Kids and Stingrays – jazzahead! 2018

Of Poland, Kids and Stingrays – jazzahead! 2018

On 19 April, jazzahead!, the jazz world‘s international trade fair opens in Bremen, Germany. The programme of events is now completely in place, with specific focus on partner country Poland, the German Jazz Expo, plus panel sessions on the marketing of jazz. The Polish Jazz Scene – on Show in Bremen Poland is at the heart ...

Connect with your friends at All About Jazz / Jazz Near You at JazzAhead! 2018

Connect with your friends at All About Jazz / Jazz Near You at JazzAhead! 2018

Dear JazzAhead! 2018 conference goers! All About Jazz and Jazz Near You's Michael Ricci and Maxim Micheliov will be on hand for this year's conference, connecting with old friends and making new ones. As always, we're looking to collaborate with presenting organizations, event aggregators, catalyst & advocacy groups, societies, and various businesses to further jazz awareness ...

"Jazz In The Digital Age" Presentation Series Kicks Off with Jazz Near You at SOUTH Jazz Club on April 3rd from 5-7pm

"Jazz In The Digital Age" Presentation Series Kicks Off with Jazz Near You at SOUTH Jazz Club on April 3rd from 5-7pm

All About Jazz and Jazz Near You founder Michael Ricci launches the Jazz In The Digital Age speaker series at SOUTH Jazz Club with a fascinating look at his ever-evolving platform that supports live jazz. The presentation will also include a brief Q&A and brainstorming session. All Jazz In The Digital Age events are free, though ...

Montpelier Arts Center Hosts Second Panel On Women In Jazz: “Building Community” on Sunday, March 18

Montpelier Arts Center Hosts Second Panel On Women In Jazz:  “Building Community” on Sunday, March 18

On Sunday, March 18, Montpelier Arts Center in Laurel, Maryland will celebrate Women's History Month by turning the spotlight on women in jazz with a free program entitled “Building Community” from 2:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. The event falls on the last day of the Washington Women in Jazz Festival, which runs March 10-18 this year. ...

Register Now: Jazzahead! 2018 Set for April 19-22 in Bremen, Germany

Register Now: Jazzahead! 2018 Set for April 19-22 in Bremen, Germany

Where the jazz world gathers The international jazz trade fair jazzahead! 2018 in Bremen has a special focus on partner country Poland, an increase in participants from Central Europe and innovations in the conference programme. The jazz trade fair has seen an increase in registrations from its target markets This year’s jazzahead!, the 13th edition, will ...

Miles Davis is not Mozart: The brains of jazz and classical pianists work differently

Miles Davis is not Mozart: The brains of jazz and classical pianists work differently

This article first appeared on The Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences website. A musician’s brain is different to that of a non-musician. Making music requires a complex interplay of various abilities which are also reflected in more strongly developed brain structures. Scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain ...

All About Jazz & Jazz Near You Promotional Solutions for 2018

All About Jazz & Jazz Near You Promotional Solutions for 2018

2017 was a productive year for both All About Jazz and Jazz Near You as we explored new technologies, established partnerships with industry leaders, and significantly improved what has become the most sophisticated publishing platform in jazz. Website traffic and outbound clicks continued their upward trend as we enhanced our suite of promotional services to more ...