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.
West Coast woodwind player Paul Horn, whose skills at saxophone, clarinet, and flute were influential in cool jazz ensembles and part of the foundation of World jazz in the ’60s, died on June 29.
The first edition of the International Zbigniew Seifert Jazz Violin Competition will be held from July 16-19, as part of the 19th Summer Jazz Festival in Piwnica pod Baranam in Kracow, Poland.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, actor Don Cheadle revealed details behind his role (and directorial debut) in his new crowdfunded Miles Davis film.
More thoughts on influential composer and bandleader Horace Silver poured in over the past two weeks.
The U.S. House of Representatives’ Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior, Environment and Related Agencies has just approved a spending bill that includes cuts to valuable federal arts programs.