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Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival 2018

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The 17th edition of the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival--held June 22nd to the 30th--was another success. The festival, held annually in downtown Rochester, New York, has quickly become one of the nation's most popular and most respected music events. We're talking about 1500+ artists, 20 venues; each within walking distance of each other, 320 concerts; including 94 free shows and events. The festival's European style makes it the place to meet! With many streets closed to traffic, the lively ...

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The 23rd Edition Of New York’s Vision Festival

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If one had to pick just one word to describe New York's Vision Festival, it would be consistency. This late May 2018 event, which has been presented annually since 1996, has consistently offered exciting and inspired improvised music, poetry, and dance executed by both seasoned, well-established artists as well as younger, emerging talent. They all have one goal in mind--to produce art that is challenging, stirring, and most importantly, new. In recent years, the Vision Festival has honored one artist ...

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Atlanta Jazz Festival 2018

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Not even the forecast of rain for memorial day weekend could keep thousands of devoted jazz listeners away from the annual Atlanta Jazz Festival held in Piedmont Park. This year's 41st annual Atlanta Jazz festival highlighted a lineup on Saturday that featured women performers of which included Dianne Reeves, Terri Lyne Carrington, and Social Science, Jazzmeia Horn, Linda May Han Oh, Ingrid Jensen, and Tia Fuller. The festivities continued on Sunday featuring jazz artists The Bad Plus, Matthew ...

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