Trying to briefly encapsulate the genre-spanning work of globe traveling, Grammy-nominated violinist Regina Carter is challenging…
Without correct embouchure, a saxophonist’s tone, intonation, response, musical expressiveness, and performance enjoyment will be severely hindered.
The best new gear for Jazz Educators and Musicians – January 2017
In Part II of this feature, we pick up Brian Rollins’ in-depth look at the Titan Jazz & Arts Festival.
A distinctive approach to festivals where students perform AFTER receiving the clinician’s advice.
Jazz is not usually considered chamber music in the classical sense… should it be?
Melodic Minor Modes
Using a one-octave major scale as a resource to introduce the “outside” sounds.
A step-by-step method for finding a more specific Latin style solution from the jungle of possibilities.
A look at what Brent Wallarab and Mark Buselli are currently listening to.
A look at what composer, performer, and educator Ken Schaphorst is listening to.
A look at the playlist of Kevin Sun – an accomplished saxophonist-clarinetist, improvisor-composer, and writer-blogger.
Featuring Antonio Sanchez, Linda Oh & Gwilym Simcock
Veteran entertainer Maurice Hines, “trans-genre” artist Justin Vivian Bond, comedian Jim David, and musician Paul Shaffer have been set as presenters at the 32nd annual Bistro Awards.
Jazz at Princeton University, helmed by saxophonist/composer Rudresh Mahanthappa, presents a diverse and compelling spring 2017 season
Jack Kleinsinger’s Highlights In Jazz (Highlights In Jazz), New York’s Longest Running Jazz Concert Series, continues its 45th season at 8 p.m. Thursday, April 6, 2017
The Jazz Education Network (JEN) successfully presented its 8th Annual Conference in New Orleans from January 4 – 7, 2017, to an audience of more than 4,000 attendees.