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The JAZZed Magazine Education Newsletter

Yamaha Names Hibser District Manager, School Service Dealer Sales

Yamaha Corporation of America has announced that Rachel Hibser has joined the company as the Midwest District Manager for School Service Sales, effective October 5. She reports to Chris Dolson, regional sales manager, School Service Sales.

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Virtual Detroit Jazz Festival Presented by Rocket Mortgage Garners Nearly One Million Viewers

The Detroit Jazz Festival presented by Rocket Mortgage attracted a virtual global audience of nearly one million listeners/viewers during Labor Day weekend.

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DC Arts Organization Holds ‘Day of Reflection’ Honoring Loved Ones Lost To COVID-19

"Day of Reflection" will take place Monday, November 23, 2020, to honor the family and friends lost to COVID-19.

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NEC Pioneers Technology Allowing Lagless Virtual Rehearsals And Performances During COVID-19

New England Conservatory (NEC) and vocal faculty member Ian Howell have revolutionized low-latency music-making using cutting edge and affordable technology for musicians and music educators.

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Vermont Jazz Center Hosts Third Annual Emerging Artist Festival This Weekend

The Vermont Jazz Center is streaming its third annual Emerging Artist Festival this coming Friday and Saturday, November 20 and 21.

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The Silver Snark Tuner

The Silver Snark Tuner features new “Hyper-Snark" tuning software technology, with a stable, sensitive range that responds way down to the lower regions of baritone or multi-strung bass guitars, where low notes and overtones can often confuse less responsive tuners. Now with an even longer extended battery life, the clip-on tuner boasts a colorful, easy-read pin-sharp LCD screen and is made of hard vulcanised rubber collar joints

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Tasty Clean Disinfectant for Instruments

Tasty Clean is a flavored, powerful, safe, all-natural disinfectant for musical instruments. The patented, multi lab-tested, Players-branded spray uses only natural ingredients and is formulated specifically for the musical products market. The highly-effective antiviral, antibacterial, ecofriendly disinfectant is ideal for the school music environment where both high performance and maximum safety are desired. Tasty Clean for Players is available in sour apple and cherry flavors and is bottled in 2 oz. and 5 oz. sizes.

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Double-layered Face Masks from Gator

Gator introduced new multi-use double-layered face masks. Originally, the masks were designed for musicians to allow them to play their instruments while wearing a mask that helps reduce the spread of aerosols. The patent-pending design adheres to recommendations from the NFHS study on aerosols. The masks, however, quickly became the perfect mask for lifestyle and leisure activities for anyone because its front-flap opening allows for eating and drinking while still wearing the mask. The masks are available in youth and adult sizes and have adjustable straps for comfort. The masks are also reusable and hand-washable.

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Events Calendar

Editor’s Note: Due to the number of show postponements and cancellations to prevent the spread of COVID-19, JAZZed will not run any calendar listings until venues re-open and it is safe for the public to attend shows again


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In Closing…

JAZZed is an exclusive publication that aims to provide detailed coverage of material relevant to jazz educators, scholars, performers, and aficionados. Each issue features an in-depth editorial profile on a successful jazz artist or educator, highlighting that individual’s approaches to teaching and playing jazz. Additionally, instructional columns outline performance methods, improvisation, repertoire, and recording techniques. JAZZed also provides coverage of significant international jazz festivals, new and upcoming album releases, and up-and-coming musicians. Thanks for joining us.

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