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Dominick Farinacci

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Trumpeter Dominick Farinacci was named the very first Global Ambassador to Jazz at Lincoln Center by Wynton Marsalis, working to further integrate music into communities around the world in culturally collaborative ways. He graduated from The Juilliard School in 2005 launching his career in Japan with a prolific run of eight albums, later releasing four more globally. He has performed in more than 120 cities in 14 countries around the world, was a featured guest on ABC’s Good Morning America, and is a TED Speaker. Music icon Quincy Jones says of Dominick’s accomplishments in performance, recording, education & advocacy, “This kid is 360 degrees!”

Dominick has been successful in his personal endeavors on bringing music into the community through Arts and Wellness & Education

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Article: History of Jazz

Jazz in Cleveland: A Storied Past, Surviving Present, and an Optimistic Future

Read "Jazz in Cleveland: A Storied Past, Surviving Present, and an Optimistic Future" reviewed by Matthew Alec


Cleveland, Ohio. Having lived here for my entire life, the word “city" does not quite describe what Cleveland truly is. There is of course a downtown urban area, one filled with noteworthy neoclassic architecture and an overall stately appearance that is often overlooked by those who live here. That said, most “Clevelanders" don't actually live within ...

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News: Festival

Christian McBride, John Clayton Highlight Virtual Tri-C JazzFest

Christian McBride, John Clayton Highlight Virtual Tri-C JazzFest

Two of the jazz world’s preeminent bassists—Christian McBride and John Clayton—will share stories via live chats during the virtual edition of the 41st annual Tri-C JazzFest Cleveland, presented by KeyBank. Each Grammy Award winner highlights a night of music during the three-day online event Friday, Aug. 21, to Sunday, Aug. 23. Listen for McBride on the ...

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News: Festival

Tri-C JazzFest Announces Lineup for 2020 Virtual Festival

Tri-C JazzFest Announces Lineup for 2020 Virtual Festival

Tri-C JazzFest The best of Northeast Ohio’s jazz talent will be livestreamed over two summer nights in a virtual edition of the 41st annual Tri-C JazzFest Cleveland, presented by KeyBank. More than a dozen acts in a lineup announced today promise to keep the music pumping during this free event Friday, Aug. 21 and Saturday, Aug. ...

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Article: Chats with Cats

The Festival Director: Terri Pontremoli

Read "The Festival Director: Terri Pontremoli" reviewed by B.D. Lenz


In this installment of Chats with Cats I caught up with Terri Pontremoli who is the Artistic/Executive Director of the Tri-C JazzFest Cleveland, in jny: Cleveland, Ohio. Her passion and enthusiasm for the art form and her festival is evident. Our conversation comes at a very unique time and, in our discussion, Ms. Pontremoli addresses how ...

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Article: Album Review

Christian Tamburr: The Awakening (Sounds For Sculpture)

Read "The Awakening (Sounds For Sculpture)" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


For vibraphonist Christian Tamburr, a walk through the Grounds For Sculpture in Hamilton, New Jersey offered a world of sonic possibilities reflected in the bounties of natures and the wonders of Seward Johnson's craftsmanship. Creating physical splendor and a touch of the unexpected in statuary, Johnson, world-renowned for his bronze sculptures, aimed for his work to ...

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News: Website

Livestreaming An Event? Plan It, Promote It And Broadcast It At All About Jazz & Jazz Near You For Maximum Exposure

Looking to raise funds for a cause during COVID-19? Have a new album to promote? If so, your friends at All About Jazz can help. All About Jazz is currently broadcasting select livestream programs as we pivot our platform to present music performances, album release concerts, master classes, interviews, and more. During this transitional period, we're ...

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Songbook Watch Party: Episode 1

Featuring the music of Dominick Farinacci
Duration: 95:00

Dominick Farinacci shares his impeccable talent, taste, and musical friends with you at the Songbook Watch Party, a live online show. Songbook Watch Party simulcasts musical performances and interviews from a diverse group of musicians, know-it-alls, and uniquely exceptional performers. Dominick's guests include Bria Skonberg, Diego Figueiredo, Mathis Picard and Loren Schoenberg.

Fast forward to the 20:58 mark to start the show.
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News: Music Industry

Dominick Farinacci Debuts Songbook Watch Party: A Live Online Streaming Show to Showcase Jazz Artists and Musical Collaborations

Dominick Farinacci Debuts Songbook Watch Party: A Live Online Streaming Show to Showcase Jazz Artists and Musical Collaborations

Internationally acclaimed trumpeter Dominick Farinacci debuts Songbook Watch Party, an interactive online music experience boasting newly filmed collaborations with musical artists from around the world. Beginning May 3, 2020 Songbook Watch Party will simulcast every Sunday night at 7PM EST on multiple streaming platforms such as ZOOM, Facebook and YouTube. “The goal of Songbook Watch Party,” ...

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Article: Live Review

2019 Tri-C JazzFest Cleveland

Read "2019 Tri-C JazzFest Cleveland" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan


2019 Tri-C JazzFest Cleveland Playhouse Square Cleveland, Ohio June 27-29, 2019 The year was 1979. Mainstream styles were on the wane and the major labels had largely abandoned jazz product, with the invention of the compact disc some three years in the future. The musical landscape in terms of jazz was ...


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