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Discussing his approach to teaching, his musical philosophy, and the lesser-known history of jazz.
The Latest and Greatest Gear for Jazz Educators – March 2014
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
A look at The Origin and Musical Characteristics of Stride Piano style.
Let Us Not Forget His Place In Jazz!
Unlocking the Power of the Triplet in the College Classroom.
Internationally renowned percussionist Michael Spiro is an eight-time Grammy nominee whose rhythmic sophistication and musical chops have earned him a […]
A look at what Pianist Helen Sung is currently listening to…
A look at what Pianist Connie Crothers is currently listening to…
Bebop vocalist Jackie Cain died September 15 at her home in New Jersey at the age of 86.
Esteemed jazz ambassador Wynton Marsalis will be on hand to headline festivities celebrating the opening of St. Louis’ state-of-the-art Harold & Dorothy Steward Center for Jazz on October 2.
Joe Sample, pioneering keyboard player and composer who grafted styles like funk, jazz, gospel, and Zydeco and founder of the Crusaders, died this past month at the age of 75.
Berklee College of Music welcomed 148 students from 31 different countries to its one-year intensive master’s programs at its Valencia, Spain, campus recently for the start of its third academic year.
A new Northwestern University study funded by the NAMM Foundation provides the first direct evidence that a community music program for at-risk youth has a biological effect on children’s developing nervous systems.