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2021 National YoungArts Week and a Conversation with Javon Jackson

January 15, 2021

JAZZed recently touched base with Jackson to learn more about his background and development as an artist, student, and teacher, and to get his thoughts on this year’s National YoungArts Week.

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A Visit to the Brubeck Archives

January 16, 2018

A look inside the Brubeck Archives at The University of the Pacific in Stockton, California.

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Phil Woods, Benny Carter, and the Alto Brotherhood

December 31, 2015

by Steve Futterman By the time of his death at the age of eighty-three in September of 2015, the alto saxophonist Phil Woods had made scores of recordings, uniting with musical figures as distinct as Dizzy Gillespie, Quincy Jones, Thelonious Monk, and Billy Joel. An intrepid bandleader ever on the lookout for promising younger players, […]

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2015 Reader’s Poll Results

The artists, songs, albums, school programs, and more that were resonating with you in the past calendar year.

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The Leading Edge

July 26, 2011

In this installment our friends start to give us the inside scoop on their thinking about youthful jazz development. In subsequent issues through 2012, they will discuss definitive attributes of a lead player, experiences that shaped their concepts and conviction, lead chair vs. second chair, interacting with the rhythm section & the other lead players, what to learn and listen for, artistic contributions, and responsibilities and equipment. ~AB

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Gearcheck – March 2011

April 18, 2011

The latest and greatest publications, products and gear for Jazz Educators

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Gordon Goodwin

Gordon Goodwin shares 10 tunes off his must-have playlist

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Delfeayo Marsalis: A Responsibility to the Music

Being driven around the neighborhoods of the Crescent City, discussing jazz with one of the Marsalis clan for an hour or so – not a bad way to spend an afternoon, right? This past January, while at the JEN Conference, that’s the situation I was lucky enough to find myself in.

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