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New England Conservatory’s Jazz Studies & Contemporary Improvisation Departments Present Nearly 50 Free Performances for the Winter/Spring 2014 Season
Plus Two Events at Museum of Fine Arts and Residencies with World-Renowned Performers January 16 - May 30, 2014 Highlights include Sun Ra Centennial Concerts; World Premieres of Charles Mingus' Half-Mast Inhibition and Gunther Schuller's From Here to There; A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall; ...
(Published: December 20, 2013) [read more]

Kate McGarry Joins SubCulture's House Band for Festive Holiday Series on Saturday ONLY!
With five critically acclaimed CDs and a Grammy nomination for Best Jazz Vocal CD Kate McGarry has become recognized as a jazz artist who brings authenticity and vitality to every song regardless of genre. The Wall St. Journal calls her, "Austere and elegant," New York Times pronounced her music, ...
(Published: December 20, 2013) [read more]

'Tis the Season for Jazz! Eric Person Big Band to Perform at Emmanuel Baptist Church’s next Jazz Vespers
Holidays are a time for celebration, community and all that Jazz! Emmanuel Baptist Church is hosting its 2nd Annual Holiday Jazz Vespers that is sure to lift spirits and hands. It will take place in its standing home at the historic Emmanuel Baptist Church, 279 Lafayette Avenue, located in the ...
(Published: December 20, 2013) [read more]

Modern jazz wizard Donald Harrison returns on 10th anniversary of his first NPR broadcast, for First Night Boston and WGBH
First Night Boston, Berklee College of Music, and 89.7 WGBH present the Donald Harrison Quintet, performing at the Berklee Performance Center on New Year's Eve, Tuesday, December 31, kicking off NPR's annual worldwide jazz broadcast, Toast of the Nation. The concert is a centerpiece of ...
(Published: December 19, 2013) [read more]

Acclaimed singer-songwriter-mandolinist Sierra Hull to perform First Night Boston concert, broadcast on WUMB-FM
First Night Boston, Berklee College of Music, and UMass Boston's radio station, WUMB-FM 91.9 present bluegrass vocalist, mandolinist and songwriter Sierra Hull, a 2011 Berklee graduate, performing at the Berklee Performance Center on New Year's Eve, Tuesday, December 31, 2013. The concert ...
(Published: December 19, 2013) [read more]

WORLD MUSIC PIONEER PAUL WINTER SPEARHEADS FLYWAYS DOUBLE ALBUM MUSIC AND CONSERVATION PROJECT Seven-Time Grammy™ Award-Winner Hosts IndieGoGo Crowd Funding Campaign in Support of Double Album Featuring Artists from 16 Countries Along Great Rift Valley Migration Route LITCHFIELD, Conn. ...
(Published: December 18, 2013) [read more]

Jazz Arts Group of Columbus & Community Shelter Board partner for "A Concert to End Homelessness"
Columbus, OH - The Jazz Arts Group (JAG) presents the Columbus Jazz Orchestra led by Byron Stripling in "A Concert to End Homelessness," January 17 and 18 at the Capitol Theatre - Riffe Center. Partnering with the Community Shelter Board (CSB), this unforgettable, inspiring evening of song and ...
(Published: December 18, 2013) [read more]

The Carolina Jazz Connection with Larry Thomas, a lecture about the fact that there are over 75 native North Carolina jazz musicians, will take place February 3, 2014 at 6:30 pm, at The Farmville Public Library, 4276 W. Church Street, Farmville, North Carolina. Thomas, a veteran Chapel Hill, North ...
(Published: December 18, 2013) [read more]

New Jerry Tachoir Group CD release
Avita Jazz is pleased to announce a new release by Grammy nominated contemporary jazz vibraphonist, Jerry Tachoir and the Jerry Tachoir Group. This new recording features all original compositions by award winning composer/pianist, Marlene Tachoir as performed by the Jerry Tachoir Group. The ...
(Published: December 18, 2013) [read more]

Rescheduled Encore tribute for pianist Hilton Ruiz
VTY Jazz Productions... "Creating the best Jazz experience on Earth" Proudly Presents Another Sunday Serenade Live at the Bass Line Featuring Peter Brainin- Tenor Saxophone Steve Turre- Trombone Marcus Persiani- Piano Andy Gonzalez- Bass Victor Jones- Drums Joe ...
(Published: December 17, 2013) [read more]

Jazz Arts Group's PBJ & Jazz series to feature master blues guitarist Sean Carney
Columbus, OH - International Blues Challenge (IBC) winner and Albert King Best Guitarist Award-winner Sean Carney returns to the Lincoln Theatre on January 11, 2014 for a blues-rockin' PBJ & Jazz concert presented by the Jazz Arts Group of Columbus (JAG) and Bob Evans Farms. Due to popular ...
(Published: December 17, 2013) [read more]

Japanese musicians, Buddhist monks plan jazz sutra for 3/11 event in Paris
Japanese musicians and Buddhist monks will perform a rare collaboration of a sutra set to the soothing sounds of jazz in Paris in March to mark the third anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami. "We hope to give a performance expressing the spirituality and pride of the ...
(Published: December 17, 2013) [read more]

"Relentless," 4th Album by Tenor Saxophonist/Composer Russ Nolan, Due Jan. 21
Tenor saxophonist/composer/arranger Russ Nolan continues his exploration of Latin rhythms on his fourth CD Relentless, which will be released by his Rhinoceruss Music label on January 21. Picking up where last year's critically acclaimed Tell Me left off, Relentless features the contributions ...
(Published: December 17, 2013) [read more]

Album Features Remarkable Cast Of Players Including John Beasley, Rahn Coleman, Brandon Fields, John Hammond, Rickey Minor and More Los Angeles, California. "Listen To This," the debut CD from eclectically-trained Jazz vocalist Cheryl Barnes, is set for release February 18, 2014, via Barnes ...
(Published: December 17, 2013) [read more]

Monk in Motion
The BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center is proud to present the talented winners of this year's Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition. This year's competition highlighted outstanding saxophonists. This year's three finalists ─ Melissa Aldana in First Place, Tivon Pennicott in ...
(Published: December 17, 2013) [read more]

Heroes + Misfits set for release on Concord Jazz on March 4, 2014 Listen to First Single "Forget-er" Here: http://bit.ly/IB6nVP Twenty-four-year-old pianist Kris Bowers has grown up in an era of highly accelerated technological advancement. Digital technology has afforded him and his ...
(Published: December 16, 2013) [read more]

The O'Jays at Lehman Center for the Performing Arts
Lehman Center for the Performing Arts celebrates its 33rd season with the return of one the most important soul music groups of the past 40 years, THE O'JAYS, on Saturday, January 11th, 2014 at 8pm. Still going strong, the O'Jays epitomized the Philly sound with their smooth, rich ...
(Published: December 16, 2013) [read more]

Flushing Town Hall to Celebrate 35th Anniversary with January Jazz Shows
Flushing Town Hall will kick off its 35th anniversary celebration in January with six jazz and classical music performances. The town hall, located at 137-35 Northern Blvd., will offer its monthly jazz clinic from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Jan. 8. The free event is aimed at high school students and ...
(Published: December 16, 2013) [read more]

Clicks on YouTube to View New Video from 2013 Yoshi's Performance Will Result in Contributions to Jazz Drama Program (JDP) In August of 2013, vocalist Rondi Charleston, who was recently lauded as one of Entertainment Tonight's "Artists to Watch" on ET.com, performed with her All Star ...
(Published: December 16, 2013) [read more]

Americana/Folk/Roots Rockers Roosevelt Dime Confirm 'Full Head of Steam' CD for 2014; Kennedy Center Concert Set for 12/30/13
Ready For a Breakthrough 2014: A Genuine Ear for Hits, as Americana/Folk/Roots Rockers Roosevelt Dime Deliver an Album That Crackles With Energy, Intelligence, Wit and Musicianship "Fantastic" - No Depression "...while the Brooklyn-based quartet (or sometimes larger) certainly is deeply ...
(Published: December 16, 2013) [read more]

CBS Rebroadcasts The Most Popular Version of "Santa Baby" For Over a Decade; Hint: It was Never Marilyn
CBS aired Cynthia Basinet's version of "Santa Baby" for the second year in a row in their NCIS LA Holiday episode starring LL Cool J, preceding the Grammy Nomination Concert. "One of the most sultry and seductive voices around" declared ArtistDirect.com when Cynthia launched on-line in '99. ...
(Published: December 15, 2013) [read more]

National Endowment for the Arts Announces Live Webcast of 2014 NEA Jazz Masters Awards Ceremony and Concert
January 13, 2014 Event To Be Co-hosted by Wynton Marsalis and Soledad O'Brien The global influence of jazz will be complemented by global access to live jazz music when the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), in partnership with Jazz at Lincoln Center (JALC), presents a live webcast of ...
(Published: December 15, 2013) [read more]

L.A.-based Phillip Brandon unites funk, jazz, and rock on new EP
It wouldn't be a stretch to describe Phillip Brandon as the intersection between Luther Vandross and Bruno Mars. Brandon unites the velvety croon of Vandross with the buoyant, colorfully shifting versatility of Mars. Nothing seems out of artistic range for Brandon. On his latest self-titled EP, ...
(Published: December 14, 2013) [read more]

Daniel Gregerman Namned Jazz Educator of the Year
In 1991, a choir director named Daniel Gregerman brought vocal jazz to Niles North High School and under his direction, the program grew and flourished. The vocal jazz program recently celebrated its twentieth anniversary, with many alumni reuniting at the school to take part in a concert. On ...
(Published: December 14, 2013) [read more]

Memorials for Jazz Broadcaster Bobby Jackson to take place on Monday in Cleveland
The jazz world lost a fierce promoter this past Monday with the unexpected death of Bobby Jackson, one of the country's leading jazz authorities and a Cleveland resident. An award-winning jazz broadcaster and educator, Bobby was an intimate of greats like Herbie Hancock, Wynton Marsalis, and ...
(Published: December 13, 2013) [read more]

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