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Standards? Determining Curricular Repertoire

September 20, 2011

A continued look at the process of developing standards in Jazz Education

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HotWax: September 2011

New & Notable Music Releases. All dates are subject to change.

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Gearcheck: September 2011

New and notable product releases for September 2011

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Montreal Jazz Festival Another Large Scale Success

This past summer saw countless incredible jazz festivals make to rounds to lucky fans around the world. As usual, there were none quite like the party they throw in Montreal.

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What’s on Your Playlist? Oscar Perez

A look at what Pianist/composer/educator Oscar Perez is listening to…

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Guest Editorial: Where are the Girls?

by Dr. Ariel Alexander To those of us who teach at the junior high, high school or collegiate level, it is no secret that boys and young men are participating in instrumental jazz at a far greater level than girls and young women. I’ve spent the last four years in the quest to answer two very […]

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Younger Lions: Caleb Chapman

For those looking for a savior of jazz education, mild-mannered and sparsely populated Utah probably isn’t high on the list of scouting locations. But that’s where ambitious private teacher-turned-bandleader Caleb Chapman calls home, and he’s gone a long way toward creating one of the most successful youth jazz programs in the country. What’s more he’s done it all with local kids.

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