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  • Performing as part of Arts for Art's FreeJazz on a Saturday Afternoon concert series. Family Friendly FreeJazz on a Saturday Afternoon performances encourage young children to participate in creative activities like drawing, dancing, and interaction lead by the artists. Dave Sewelson - baritone sax / Dave Hofstra - bass / Bernice “Boom Boom” Brooks - drums
  • Performing as part of Arts for Art's FreeJazz on a Saturday Afternoon concert series. Family Friendly FreeJazz on a Saturday Afternoon performances encourage young children to participate in creative activities like drawing, dancing, and interaction lead by the artists. Tony Malaby - saxophones / Ben Monder - guitar / Tom Rainey - drums
  • The 58-year-old Harlem School of the Arts (HSA), located in New York City’s historic community, is proud to welcome Grammy Award nominee and composer/pianist, Adegoke Steve Colson, recipient of the South Arts, 2021 Jazz Road Creative Residencies Grant, which is funded by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. Through funding made possible by this grant, Mr. Colson will lead Afternoon Jazz @ HSA master classes involving students across HSA’s interdisciplinary curriculum and the organization’s Jazz Program, and featuring some of the most respected and prolific jazz artists. The Afternoon Jazz @ HSA series will kick off on Saturday, February 5, in honor of Black History Month with T.S. Monk, son of revolutionary jazz pianist, Thelonious Monk. T.S., who performed in his father’s band, is a decorated drummer, bandleader in his own right, and founder of Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz.
  • Come enjoy another Summer Saturday afternoon of beautiful jazz in the park and listen to the wonderful jazz stylings of Jazz Vocalist Kristina Koller with Mike Bond performing a number of original and contemporary jazz selections. Don't forget to bring your lounge chair, grab a meal from a local restaurant and then sit back. relax and enjoy yourself as we continue our @Jazxy Afternoons of beautiful music in the park. Summer Saturdays produced/hosted by South Orange Village Center Alliance and Gregory Burrus Productions.
  • The Afternoon Jazz @ HSA series will kick off on Saturday, March 19th in celebration of Women’s History Month, with the Marlene Rice String Three-Tet, led by innovative musical artist, violinist, vocalist, arranger, songwriter Marlene Rice, accompanied by the indefinable cellist Nioka Workman, and Destiny Diggs-Pinto on bass. The Series is made possible by Grammy Award nominee and composer/pianist, Adegoke Steve Colson, a recipient of the South Arts, 2021 Jazz Road Creative Residencies Grant, which is funded by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation in partnership with the Harlem School of the Arts.
  • Performing as part of Arts for Art's FreeJazz on a Saturday Afternoon concert series. Family Friendly FreeJazz on a Saturday Afternoon performances encourage young children to participate in creative activities like drawing, dancing, and interaction lead by the artists. Michael T.A. Thompson - drums / Mara Rosenbloom - piano / Ken Filiano - bass
  • Saturday November 13, 2021 Daytime Classes 1-6-pm Evening Concert 8-10.30 pm Beginning in 2013 the Vermont Jazz Center has presented emerging artists as part of its featured programming. In 2017 the idea of featuring younger, emerging professional performers evolved into an annual November festival. For 2021 event the Jazz Center in alliance with the Berklee Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice will connect with students from around the state via the Vermont Association of Jazz Educators and Outright Vermont. High school students, college students, and LGBTQ folks attend this event free of charge. Student groups welcome. DM us for more info or with questions. Saturday Afternoon Workshops, 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm (in-person only): https://www.facebook.com/events/2976684809218484) Val Jeanty (Val-Inc) leads two ensembles from Berklee in a public, day-long festival of workshops and masterclasses culminating in an evening performance. Various local high school and college student groups will perform. Representatives from Outright Vermont will be tabling during the afternoon activities. Saturday Evening Concert, 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm (livestreamed and in person): Val Jeanty is an Ensemble Director at the Berklee Institute of Jazz & Gender Justice. Also known as Val-Inc, she is an Haitian afrofuturist, composer, turntablist, and professor at Berklee. She is a pioneer of the electronic music subgenre Afro- Electronica (also called "Electro-Vodou") incorporating Haitian Vodou rhythms with electronic instruments. In-Person Tickets: https://secure.vtjazz.org/.../evenRegistration.jsp... Donate to the Livestream: https://secure.vtjazz.org/np/clients/vtjazz/donation.jsp... Covid safety guidelines (proof of vaccination & ID required for attendance) https://vtjazz.org/2021-safety-protocols-for-in-person-activities/ Sponsored by Marcy Hermansader in honor of the memory of Jonathan Flaccus.
  • Radam Schwartz is passionate about “organ rooms” — jazz clubs with a Hammond B-3 or some other type of organ. Schwartz, an organ scholar and a jazz…
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