A look at the latest and greatest gear for jazz educators and players.
by Steve Futterman By the time of his death at the age of eighty-three in September of 2015, the alto […]
by Bryan Reesman Jazz trumpeter and composer Herb Alpert has experienced a rich, life-spanning career. He rose to fame with […]
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 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…
A look at what pianist/singer/songwriter Eliane Elias has been listening to…
Named “best music class in the city” by New York Family, this interactive jazz class for children (ages 8 months to 5 years) is led by trained faculty and allows families and caregivers to explore their creativity and musicality through jazz concepts, instruments, and great performers.
Benny Sharoni performs at Nick’s Bar and Restaurant (124 Millbury Street, Worcester) on Saturday, April 30. He’s joined by his quartet featuring pianist Dave Restivo, bassist Todd Baker, and drummer Steve Langone.
The new music documentary film about the late jazz great Thomas Chapin has just been selected by the Monterey Jazz Festival to screen on Sept. 18 at its Jazz Theater.
The Detroit Jazz Festival announced its lineup for the 37th annual Labor Day Weekend Festival
The New England Conservatory Jazz Orchestra directed by Ken Schaphorst presented a tribute to the late Canadian jazz trumpeter and composer Kenny Wheeler on Thursday, April 21 at NEC’s Jordan Hall.