David Sanborn

October 21, 2008

For the past 40+ years, David Sanborn has been perhaps the most influential saxophonist in the worlds of RB, jazz, […]

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July 2008

August 20, 2008

July 15 Roy Ayers – Everybody Loves the Sunshine (Universal International) John Braden – Gentle Storm (Highnote) Geof Bradfield – […]

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July 2008

P. Mauriat SaxesMonteVerde Music, the North American Distributor for P. Mauriat Saxophones, announces the debut of two new models. The […]

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Dealing in Human Emotions

August 19, 2008

A fearlessly creative and inspired drummer, Chico Hamilton has exerted enormous influence on the world of jazz both as a […]

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Esperanza Spalding

Bassist/vocalist Esperanza Spalding was just 15 years old when she began her professional music career, performing at a Portland, Ore. […]

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The Power of Pentatonics

Pentatonic scales are everywhere! They can be found in folk music from all around the world including: China, Japan, Greece, […]

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Applying Guide Tones to Improvisation

Many times a student has come to me and said, “I need to learn all my scales, so I can […]

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Brownie Speaks: A Symposium celebrating and documenting the life, music, and legacy of Clifford Brown

July 14, 2008

The University of the Arts presents Brownie Speaks:A Symposium celebrating and documenting the life, music, and legacy of Clifford Brown […]

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The Jazz Education Network is Launched!

June 4, 2008

The Jazz Education Network (JEN) newly formed on June 1st. The association will be focused on advancing and expanding jazz […]

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Diane Schuur

May 7, 2008

Diane Schuur, who has collaborated with the likes of B.B. King, Stan Getz, the Count Basie Orchestra, and Ray Charles, […]

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