Jazz Appreciation Month

WBGO JAM Live: MSM Chamber Jazz Ensemble

The MSM Chamber Jazz Ensemble performed live at WBGO in our seventh broadcast for Jazz Appreciation Month. Click to hear audio from this concert, and at the bottom of the page for all of our 2013 JAM Student Festival broadcasts.

The group, directed by Justin DiCioccio, is Patrick Bartley on alto saxophone, Jonathan Ragonese on tenor saxophone, Leo Pellegrino on baritone saxophone, Ben Benack on trumpet, Emmet Cohen on piano, Jeff Koch on bass, Jake Goldbas on drums. They performed a recreation of saxophonist Oliver Nelson’s 1961 album Blues and the Abstract Truth. A full set list and more details are below.

Enjoy this and all of our student broadcasts for Jazz Appreciation Month!

Manhattan School of Music
Chamber Jazz Ensemble

Live at WBGO

4/18/13

The Blues and The Abstract Truth by Oliver Nelson

"Stolen Moments"

Justin DiCioccio interview

"Hoe-Down"

Jonathan Ragonese interview

"Cascades"

Patrick Bartley interview

"Yearnin’"

Ben Beneck interview

"Butch and Butch"

Leo Pellegrino interview

"Teenie’s Blues"

Personnel

Patrick Bartley, Alto Saxophone Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Jonathan Ragonese, Tenor Saxophone Harrisburg, PA

Leo Pellegrino, Baritone Saxophone Pittsburgh, PA

Ben Benack, Trumpet Pittsburgh, PA

Emmet Cohen, Piano Montclair, NJ

Jeff Koch, Bass New York City, NY

Jake Goldbas, Drums Hartford, CT

All 2013 WBGO JAM Live Student Broadcasts

4/1/13: NJCU Cedar Walton Combo

4/8/13: Rutgers University Jazz Ensemble I

4/12/13: William Paterson "Hawk Flies" Jazz Septet

4/15/13: Berklee Ralph Peterson Sextet

4/16/13: Juilliard Jazz Artist Diploma Ensemble

4/17/13: New School For Jazz Improv Ensemble

4/18/13: MSM Chamber Jazz Ensemble

4/19/13: LaGuardia High School Senior Band

4/23/13: SUNY Purchase Super Sophomores

4/24/13: NYU Karachacha Afro-Peruvian Ensemble

4/25/13: Queens College International Jazz Band

WBGO JAM Live: LaGuardia High School Senior Band

The LaGuardia High School Senior Band performed live at WBGO in the eighth of our student ensemble broadcasts for Jazz Appreciation Month. Click to hear audio from this concert, and at the bottom of the page for all of our 2013 JAM Student Festival broadcasts.

Directed by Kevin Blancq, the 22-member ensemble performed works by Duke Ellington, Kenny Dorham, Benny Golson and others. A full set list and more details on the peformance and performers are below.

Enjoy this and all of our student broadcasts for Jazz Appreciation Month!

The LaGuardia High School Senior Band

Kevin Blancq, director

live at WBGO

4/20/13

Set List and Soloists

The Mooche - Duke Ellington

Meghan Odell - trumpet, Alex Morano - clarinet, Lilly Clark - clarinet,

Max Ventura - tenor, Rex Bennett - trombone

Way You Look Tonight - arr. by Robert Bachman

Ece Ozaman - horn, Luis Garcia - baritone sax, Rex Bennett - trombone,

Cooper Lynn - piano, Corey Garcia - drums

Along Came Betty - Benny Golson

Zen Groom - vibes, Dan Wenger - trombone, Nick Saia - guitar,

Cooper Lynn - piano, Cole Davis - bass

Moon Song - arr. by Stan Kenton

Cooper Lynn - piano

Lotus Blossom - Kenny Dorham

Zen Groom - vibes, Nick Saia - guitar, Isaac Sleator - piano,

Cole Davis - bass, Ben Holcomb - drums

Sophisticated Lady - Duke Ellington

Luis Garcia - baritone sax, Isaac Sleator - piano

Cotton Club Stomp #2 - Duke Ellington

Max Ventura - clarinet, Dan Wenger - trombone

Jelly Roll - arr by Sy Johnson

Dan Wenger - trombone, Luis Garcia - alto sax, Zen Groom - vibes,
Chris Hill - trpt, Isaac Sleator - piano

Personnel

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Alex Morano – alto sax, clarinet, bass clarinet

Lillian Clark – soprano sax, alto sax, tenor sax, clarinet

Max Ventura – soprano sax, alto sax, tenor sax, clarinet

Raina Fiore – soprano sax, alto sax, tenor sax, bass clarinet

Luis Garcia – alto sax, baritone sax, bass clarinet

TRUMPET

Chris Hill

Meghan Odell

Kesha Kumshayev

Michael Norber

TROMBONE

Dan Wenger

Rex Bennett

James Arno

Rockman Amer

FRENCH HORN

Ece Ozaman

BASS TROMBONE/TUBA

Ian Zeuli

VIBRAPHONE

Zen Groom

GUITAR

Nick Saia

PIANO

Cooper Lynn

Isaac Sleator

BASS

Cole Davis

Nick Dunston

DRUMS

Corey Garcia

Ben Holcomb

All 2013 WBGO JAM Live Student Broadcasts

4/1/13: NJCU Cedar Walton Combo

4/8/13: Rutgers University Jazz Ensemble I

4/12/13: William Paterson "Hawk Flies" Jazz Septet

4/15/13: Berklee Ralph Peterson Sextet

4/16/13: Juilliard Jazz Artist Diploma Ensemble

4/17/13: New School For Jazz Improv Ensemble

4/18/13: MSM Chamber Jazz Ensemble

4/19/13: LaGuardia High School Senior Band

4/23/13: SUNY Purchase Super Sophomores

4/24/13: NYU Karachacha Afro-Peruvian Ensemble

4/25/13: Queens College International Jazz Band

WBGO JAM Live: SUNY Purchase Super Sophomores

The SUNY Purchase Super Sophomores performed live at WBGO in the ninth of our live student broadcasts for Jazz Appreciation Month. Click to hear audio from this concert, and at the bottom of the page for all of our 2013 JAM Student Festival broadcasts.

Directed by Pete Malinverni, this ensemble of Mike Troy on alto saxophone, Terence Nolan on tenor, Nat Ranson on trombone, Ben Rice on piano, Ben Carr on bass and Mike Camacho on drums, performed their own arrangements of compositions by Thelonious Monk, Joe Henderson, Roy Hargrove and others, and were interviewed by WBGO host Michael Bourne. A full set list is below.

Enjoy this and all of our student broadcasts, as we introduce you to the next generation of jazz greats in Jazz Appreciation Month!

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SUNY Purchase Super Sophomores

Live at WBGO, 4/24/13

Pete Malinverni, director

1. "The Left Side" - Roy Hargrove, arranged by Ben Rice

Solos: Mike Troy, Ben Rice

Interview with Pete Malinverni and Nat Ranson

2. "I Hear A Rhapsody - Baker, Fragos, Gasparre, arr. Wayne Shorter, transcribed by Nat Ranson

Solos: Terence Nolan, Nat Ranson, Mike Camacho

3. "Other Side" - Stu Pender

Solos: Benn Carr, Mike Troy

Interview with Mike Troy

4. "Played Twice" - Thelonious Monk, arranged by Mike Troy

Solos: Nat Ranson, Ben Rice

Interview with Ben Rice

5. "The Kicker" - Joe Henderson, arranged by Terence Nolan

Solos: Terence Nolan, Mike Troy, Mike Camacho

Interview with Terence Nolan

6. "Epistrophy" - Thelonious Monk, arranged by Terence Nolan

7. "B flat Blues"

Personnel

Mike Troy, alto saxophone

Terence Nolan, tenor saxophone

Nat Ranson, trombone

Ben Rice, piano

Ben Carr, bass

Mike Camacho, drums

All 2013 WBGO JAM Live Student Broadcasts

4/1/13: NJCU Cedar Walton Combo

4/8/13: Rutgers University Jazz Ensemble I

4/12/13: William Paterson "Hawk Flies" Jazz Septet

4/15/13: Berklee Ralph Peterson Sextet

4/16/13: Juilliard Jazz Artist Diploma Ensemble

4/17/13: New School For Jazz Improv Ensemble

4/18/13: MSM Chamber Jazz Ensemble

4/19/13: LaGuardia High School Senior Band

4/23/13: SUNY Purchase Super Sophomores

4/24/13: NYU Karachacha Afro-Peruvian Ensemble

4/25/13: Queens College International Jazz Band

WBGO JAM Live: Queens College International Jazz Band

The Queens College International Jazz Band performed live at WBGO in the eleventh in our series of student broadcasts for Jazz Appreciation Month. Click to hear audio from this concert, and at the bottom of the page for all of our 2013 JAM Student Festival broadcasts.

The group, directed by David Berkman with Jan Kus on tenor saxophone, Marius Duboule and Jorge Luis Mora on guitar, Tuomo Uusitalo on piano, Eduardo Belo on bass and Piotr Pawlak on drums, performed their own compositions and jazz standards. A full set list is below.

Enjoy this and all of our student broadcasts, as we introduce you to the next generation of jazz greats in Jazz Appreciation Month!

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The Queens College International Jazz Band

Directed by David Berkman

live at WBGO 4/25/13

Set List

1. "Bye-Ya:          (Monk)

Solos: Piano, Guitar, Bass

David Berkman interview

2. "Inner Urge"    (Henderson)

Solos: Sax, Guitar, Drums

Tuomo Uusitalo interview

3. "Simple Song"     (Uusitalo)

Solos: Guitar, Sax, Piano

Marius Duboule interview

4. "Toku Chou"     (Duboule, based on "Nutty" by Monk)

Solos: Guitar, Piano

Jan Kus interview

5. "The Long and Shorter of It" (Berkman)

Solos: Sax, Guitar, Bass

David Berkman encore interview

6. "Lover" (Rodgers and Hart)

Solos: Sax, Piano, Drums

All 2013 WBGO JAM Live Student Broadcasts

4/1/13: NJCU Cedar Walton Combo

4/8/13: Rutgers University Jazz Ensemble I

4/12/13: William Paterson "Hawk Flies" Jazz Septet

4/15/13: Berklee Ralph Peterson Sextet

4/16/13: Juilliard Jazz Artist Diploma Ensemble

4/17/13: New School For Jazz Improv Ensemble

4/18/13: MSM Chamber Jazz Ensemble

4/19/13: LaGuardia High School Senior Band

4/23/13: SUNY Purchase Super Sophomores

4/24/13: NYU Karachacha Afro-Peruvian Ensemble

4/25/13: Queens College International Jazz Band

WBGO JAM Live: NYU Karachacha Afro-Peruvian Ensemble

The NYU Karachacha Afro-Peruvian Ensemble performed live at WBGO in the tenth in our series of student broadcasts for Jazz Appreciation Month. Click here to hear this concert, and at the bottom of the page for all of our 2013 JAM Student Festival broadcasts.

Directed by Gabriel Alegria with Yael Litwin on cajón, Dillon Treacy on drums, Ross Kratter on double bass, Grady Tesch on vibraphone, Marc Sundermeyer on acoustic guitar and guest master percussionist Freddy "Huevito" Lobatón, the group performed their own compositions and an arrangement of George Gershwin's "Summertime," and were interviewed by WBGO host Michael Bourne in between songs. A full set list and personnel are below.

Enjoy this and all of our student broadcasts, as we introduce you to the next generation of jazz greats in Jazz Appreciation Month!

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NYU Karachacha Afro-Peruvian Ensemble

Live at WBGO 4/24/13

Gabriel Alegria, director

Special guest: master percussionist "Huevito" Lobatón

Set List:

"Quimba" (comp. Ross Kratter)

Solos: Tesch, Sundermeyer

Gabriel interview

"Aires de la Costa"  (comp. Mark Sundermeyer)

Solos: Sundermeyer, Tesch

Yael interview

"Sanguito" (comp Ross Kratter)

Solos: Tesch, Sundermeyer, Litwin, Treacy

Ross interview

"Lágrima Feliz" (comp Ross Kratter)

Solos: Kratter, Tesch

Dillon interview

"Summertime"  (comp. George Gershwin)

Solos: Tesch, Sundermeyer, Kratter

Grady interview

"El Sol" (comp Ross Kratter)

Solos: master drummer Freddy "Huevito" Lobatón

Personnel

Yael Litwin, cajón. Chicago, IL

Dillon Treacy, drums. Milwaukee, WI

Ross Kratter, double bass. New York, NY

Grady Tesch, vibraphone. Park City UTAH

Marc Sundermeyer, acoustic gutar. Washington DC

Gabriel Alegria, director

Special guest: master percussionist "Huevito" Lobatón

All 2013 WBGO JAM Live Student Broadcasts

4/1/13: NJCU Cedar Walton Combo

4/8/13: Rutgers University Jazz Ensemble I

4/12/13: William Paterson "Hawk Flies" Jazz Septet

4/15/13: Berklee Ralph Peterson Sextet

4/16/13: Juilliard Jazz Artist Diploma Ensemble

4/17/13: New School For Jazz Improv Ensemble

4/18/13: MSM Chamber Jazz Ensemble

4/19/13: LaGuardia High School Senior Band

4/23/13: SUNY Purchase Super Sophomores

4/24/13: NYU Karachacha Afro-Peruvian Ensemble

4/25/13: Queens College International Jazz Band

WBGO & 2 Gateway Center presents Free Jazz Concert

Picture 3WBGO Jazz 88.3FM & 2 Gateway Center presents
Maurício de Souza’s Bossa Brasil®
Friday, April 12th
12:00-1:15pm
Gateway Center - 2 Gateway Center Lobby
Newark, NJ

This free lunch time concert will be hosted by WBGO Music Director and host of Morning Jazz, Gary Walker. During the performance Newark Freeholder Gerald Owens will present a proclamation to WBGO, which will be received by WBGO Board of Trustees member Ron Andrews.  The band will feature: Maurício de Souza (drums), Sharel Cassity (alto sax), Dave Ellson (vibes), John Lee (bass).

Juilliard Students perform live on WBGO

Juilliard Jazz Artist Diploma Ensemble performs live during
WBGO's JAM Festival on April 16 at 2pm.

The Juilliard Jazz Artist Diploma Ensemble
The Juilliard Jazz Artist Diploma Ensemble

Artist Diploma Ensemble is an elite group of emerging musicians who have already distinguished themselves as exceptional artists. They regularly perform at the Juilliard School, the Blue Note and Jazz at Lincoln Center, often with guest artists such as Christian McBride, Wycliffe Gordon and Ron Carter. An important aspect of their program at the Juilliard School is national and international touring. They have given workshops, master classes and concerts in Aiken, South Carolina, at the New Orleans and Detroit jazz festivals, as well as in Brazil, El Salvador, Costa Rica, South Korea and Australia among other places. While highlighting the historical connections, they create music that is on the forefront of today’s jazz sound.

Performers’ bios:

Chicago based saxophonist Rob Haight attended Interlochen Arts Academy, Western Michigan University and completed his degree in music at the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University. Haight has studied saxophone, improvisation and composition with Bill Sears, Trent Kynaston, Rick Holland, Jerry DiMuzio, David Bloom, Scott Mason, Mike Smith, Tom Garling and Mark Colby.

Rob Haight has performed with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra featuring Patti Austin and Doc Severinsen, Chuchito Valdez, Michael Feinstein, Umphreys McGee, Ann Hampton Callaway, John Fedchock, Ron Hawking, the Elgin Symphony, and the Sabertooth Organ Quartet led by Cameron Pfiffner and Pat Mallinger. Rob is a member of Cameron Pfiffner's Marco Polo, Ian Torres Big Band, guest saxophonist with Spare Parts and performs frequently with Jeff Lindberg's Chicago Jazz Orchestra. Rob Haight has had the opportunity to perform with the incredible musicians of this group at various venues in Chicago as well as the 2009 Kennedy Center Honors.

The winner of the 2011 Jacksonville Jazz Piano Competition, pianist, composer, and arranger, Christopher Ziemba, is already receiving widespread critical acclaim. After Ziemba made his debut in March 2009 as a guest artist on Marian McPartland’s famed radio broadcast, Piano Jazz, David Lyon of National Public Radio reported: “Ziemba has developed the keen sensibilities and musical awareness of a great musician.” Most recently, in March 2011, Chris was chosen to participate in the Advancing Jazz Improvisation Master Classes with jazz icon Brad Mehldau. Presented in conjunction with the Weill Institute at Carnegie Hall, Chris was the only pianist selected nationally, to perform in both the solo piano and trio classes in New York City. In May 2008, Chris was one of three jazz pianists chosen from the Eastman School, to perform at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C and at the Carnegie Hall in New York City. A 2011 graduate of the esteemed Eastman School of Music, where he received both his Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees, Chris has studied jazz piano with Fred Hersch, Frank Kimbrough, Harold Danko, Bill Dobbins, and Paul Hofmann.

John Tate is a bassist residing in Brooklyn, NY. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Jazz Performance from Northern Illinois University and has studied with John Clayton, Rodney Whitaker, Kelly Sill, Marlene Rosenberg, and John Floeter. John has performed with Matt Wilson, Bill Carrothers, Von Freeman, Victor Goines, Vincent Herring, Scott Wendholt, and Sean Jones among many others. Currently, John is part of the Josh Moshier/Mike Lebrun Collective (2010 recipient of Chamber Music America’s New Works Grant), and is completing his Artist Diploma studies at The Juilliard School.

Award-winning saxophonist and composer Michael Thomas has studied music from an early age, starting piano at 5 and saxophone at 10. Thomas’ focus shifted to jazz in high school, and during his senior year, he was awarded a full scholarship to the University of Miami (UM) as a Studio Music and Jazz Major. While at UM, Thomas was a member of the school’s top ensembles, including the Studio and Concert Jazz Bands, and the Frost Jazz Sextet. Upon earning his B.M. in 2008, Thomas moved to Boston to pursue a Master’s Degree in Jazz Performance at New England Conservatory, where he received the jazz department’s Presidential Scholarship.

Thomas’ career has taken him to venues throughout North and Central America, as well as Europe. In 2008, he participated in Betty Carter’s “Jazz Ahead” Workshop, and in 2010 was recognized by DownBeat Magazine in the 33rd Annual Student Music Awards as the winner of “Best Original Song” for his composition Refract.

As a jazz drummer and world percussionist, Jeremy Noller represents both sides of a rare musical coin. Since his arrival in New York City in 2003, Jeremy has taken full advantage of the city’s diverse music scene, performing with many of the finest jazz musicians, contemporary percussionists, and West African drummers. Originally from Libertyville IL, he began studying percussion at the age of nine. He graduated with honors from the University of North Florida, and went on to complete his Master’s Degree in Jazz Studies at the Manhattan School of Music. Jeremy has been fortunate to have many great teachers and mentors, including Bunky Green, Kevin Bales, and John Riley. He has performed at many of New York City’s top jazz venues, and has toured extensively throughout the U.S. and Europe. In 2010, Jeremy released his debut album as a bandleader titled “Music Notes” featuring his original compositions that combine contemporary jazz and traditional West African rhythms. Also an experienced music educator, Jeremy has been actively teaching for over 14 years, and is on faculty at the Bloomingdale School of Music in Manhattan. Jeremy is currently finishing his studies as a Jazz Artist Diploma candidate at The Juilliard School.

Dan Morgenstern's Career: An Eyewitness to Jazz

Nobody doubts Dan Morgenstern’s storied life. His 8 Grammy awards, NEA Jazz Master honors, and other laurels back up this fact. But when we see him at WBGO – every time he co-hosts Jazz from The Archives – we witness his character. All of the awards and compliments in the world could never turn him into a blowhard. His friends and close peers all know about his sensitivity in his writings and compassion for his subjects, and they also rely on his insight and analysis.

Dan Morgenstern
Dan Morgenstern

That lightness of being is reflected in WBGO’s recording studio, the way he smiles, bobs his head, and dances to the music he plays on the radio.  His enthusiasm for jazz is “Olympic” in its brightness and scope.  His work ethic -- unyielding.  The torch within just keeps burning, and he passes all of that fire and knowledge to the next person so effortlessly.

As Morgenstern prepared to step down from his longtime role as director of the Instutitute of Jazz Studies at Rutgers University-Newark's Dana Library, he sat down with me in our studios for an extended conversation. We talked about his childhood, growing up Jewish during World War II.  He hesitatingly talks about when he was saved by the Danish how that experience shaped him.

He also talked about his early musical encounters, one with composer Albam Berg, who befriended Morgenstern’s father.  And, he shared the epiphanous moment that changed his life, the moment he saw Fats Waller.  He also spoke candidly about being the editor of Down Beat Magazine in the 1960s, when America was being torn apart by civil rights unrest, and how he, as “Mr. Whitey” – was perceived by some as a symbol of America’s institutional racism.

His story, as rich as it is layered, is well worth telling and hearing. And it may be fully told one day.   Now that he’s stepped down from the IJS, he told me, he may find time to write that autobiography.

In the meantime, Dan, thanks for sharing your thoughts with us, so we can share them with our listeners here. We featured a segment of our conversation on Friday's WBGO Journal, and are happy to share our conversation in its entirety with you now. Enjoy! – Simon Rentner

WBGO JAM Live: New Jersey City University Art Blakey Combo

New Jersey City University's Art Blakey Combo kicked off WBGO's annual celebration of student ensembles with a live performance in our studios in honor of Jazz Appreciation Month. Listen to audio from this broadcast here. A set list and links to all of our JAM broadcasts are below.

The Art Blakey Combo, coached by Joel Weiskopf, consists of Barry Spatz on piano, Anthony Perez on bass, Darrell Smith on drums, Kris Cardella on tenor sax, Marcell Bellinger on trumpet and Danny Hall on trombone. This group's members performed their own arrangements of Hoagy Carmichael's "Skylark," Freddie Hubbard's "The Core," and were interviewed by host Michael Bourne.

Thanks for joining our celebration of Jazz Appreciation Month!

New Jersey City University Art Blakey Combo Set List

1. "Caravan" ( Duke Ellington, Juan Tizol, Irving Mills)

-interview with Joel Weiskopf and Ed Joffe

2. "Shaky Jake" (Cedar Walton)

-interview with Barry Spatz (arranged and featured on "Shaky Jake")

3. "The Core" (Freddie Hubbard)

-interview with Anthony Perez (arranged "The Core")

4. "Hammer Head" (Wayne Shorter)

-interview with Darrell Smith (featured on Hammer Head)

5."Skylark" (Hoagy Carmichael, Johnny Mercer)

-interview with Marcell Bellinger, who arranged "Skylark," and Kris Cardella, who arranged and is featured on "Free for All."

6."Free for All" (Wayne Shorter)

WBGO JAM Live Broadcasts 2012

Click to hear the New Jersey City University Art Blakey Combo

Click to hear the Juilliard Jazz Artist Diploma Ensemble

Click to hear the Manhattan School of Music Jazz Arts Quartet

Click to hear the NYU Wayne Shorter Ensemble

Click to hear the Berklee Global Jazz Institute

Click to hear the SUNY Purchase Ornette Coleman Ensemble

Click to hear the William Paterson Jazz Sextet

Click to hear the La Guardia High School Senior Jazz Band

Click to hear the New School Swingers

WBGO JAM Live: Juilliard Jazz Artist Diploma Ensemble

The Juilliard Jazz Artist Diploma Ensemble performed live in the WBGO studios, in the second in our series of student ensembles in honor of Jazz Appreciation Month. Listen to audio from this broadcast here.

The ensemble, directed by Carl Allen, is Matthew Jodrell on trumpet, Michael Thomas on alto saxophone, Robert Haight on tenor saxophone, Christopher Ziemba on piano, John Tate on bass and Jeremy Noller on drums. The group's members performed their own arrangements and compositions, and were interviewed between songs by host Eulis Cathey. A full set list can be found below. Enjoy live jazz with WBGO on air and on line all April as we celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month!

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L-R: Michael Thomas, Matthew Jodrell, Robert Haight

Juilliard Jazz Artist Diploma Ensemble Set List

1) Phobia (Haight)

-interview with Carl Allen

2) Don’t Be Scurred (Noller)

-interview with Jeremy and Robert

3) Road Less Traveled (Ziemba)

4) Aspartame (Tate)

- interview with Christopher and John

5) Quiet Melody (Thomas)

- Interview with Michael and Matthew

WBGO JAM Live Broadcasts 2012

Click to hear the New Jersey City University Art Blakey Combo

Click to hear the Juilliard Jazz Artist Diploma Ensemble

Click to hear the Manhattan School of Music Jazz Arts Quartet

Click to hear the NYU Wayne Shorter Ensemble

Click to hear the Berklee Global Jazz Institute

Click to hear the SUNY Purchase Ornette Coleman Ensemble

Click to hear the William Paterson Jazz Sextet

Click to hear the La Guardia High School Senior Jazz Band

Click to hear the New School Swingers