A look at the latest gear for jazz educators and players – March 2016.
Ron Carter on How Best to Teach and Preserve Jazz
by Pete McGuinness The three-horn front line in jazz small groups has had many historical triumphs. Famous groups such as […]
Jazz is not usually considered chamber music in the classical sense… should it be?
What Have We Done And How Do We Fix It?
A Semester Abroad, Teaching Jazz in Latvia
A look at Jazz scales, one of the first things many new students ask about.
A look inside Freddie Hubbard’s composition, “Intrepid Fox”.
Genius Repeats Itself: Lessons of Understanding Artistic Vision
A look at what associate professor of percussion at New England Conservatory and Berklee College of Music, Jerry Leake, is listening to.
A look at what San Diego-based pianist and composer Danny Green is listening to this month.
A look at what Baritone Sax player Brian Landrus is listening to…
Celebration will take place at 4:30 a.m. on Saturday, June 18 at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, 1047 Amsterdam Avenue at 112th St., New York, NY.
The University of Manitoba’s Desautels Faculty of Music Jazz students and faculty are taking the TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival by storm this year.
In a momentous collaboration, beginning with an exploratory trip to Cuba in October 2012, Orbert Davis shares his experiences and brings the Cuban culture’s rich history to life in a vibrant new CD entitled
The Django Festival Allstars return from France and head into a cross-country ‘Hot Jazz’ tour including The Newport Jazz Festival on July 31 and wind up at their home Birdland , AUG. 2-7 for the bi-annual Django Reinardt NY Festival.
JazzCorner.com is proud to be the web partner for the 6th Annual Pittsburgh JazzLive International Festival (PJLIF) with performances in […]