An interview with the jazz scholar, educator and drummer, Daniel Glass.
Synergy, Artistry, and Authenticity
A look at a career fueled by passion, sustained by perseverance.
A Semester Abroad, Teaching Jazz in Latvia
The blues, which has its roots in the African American spiritual, plays a major role in most popular music forms including gospel, jazz and rock and roll.
A continued look at the process of developing standards in Jazz Education
Let Us Not Forget His Place In Jazz!
Unlocking the Power of the Triplet in the College Classroom.
A New View of John Coltrane’s Harmony in “Moment’s Notice”…
A look at what Pianist Helen Sung is currently listening to…
A look at what Pianist Connie Crothers is currently listening to…
A native of Chicago – perhaps explaining his strong affinity for the blues – George Cotsirilos has become a leading musical fixture of the San Francisco music scene.
Exhibitor enrollment for the 2015 Jazz Education Network Conference, which takes place in San Diego January 7-10, is now open.
Always at the forefront of world culture, technology, business and music, legendary pianist and composer Herbie Hancock has been named the 2014 Charles Eliot Norton Professor Of Poetry at Harvard University.
It is with great sadness that the National Endowment for the Arts acknowledges the passing of 2010 NEA Jazz Master Yusef Lateef, a virtuoso on the traditional jazz instruments of saxophone and flute.
Thinking creatively, Charleston and her label, Motema Music, agreed in mid- December to donate $1 to the Jazz Drama Program (JDP) for every view of “DNA,” a track from Charleston’s critically acclaimed 2013 release “Signs of Life.”
Pianist Boyd Lee Dunlop died this month in Buffalo, New York, at the age of 87. He is also survived by his brother the legendary jazz drummer Frankie Dunlop.