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About Hans Schuman, Founder, JazzReach & Metta Quintet Born in Lansing, Michigan, Hans Schuman began playing drums at the age of 13 while growing up in Tucson, Arizona. After high school, Hans enrolled at Boston's Berklee College of Music. Upon receiving his Bachelor's Degree in Professional Music in 1990, he moved to New York City where he went on to play with colleagues, friends and luminaries Benny Green, Cyrus Chestnut, Eric Reed, Wynton Marsalis, Brad Mehldau, Larry Goldings, Antonio Hart, Christian McBride, Don Braden, Stefon Harris, Mark Turner, Kurt Rosenwinkel and Joshua Redman, among many others. In 1994, with proceeds from the reluctant sale of an inherited Steinway Grand Piano, Schuman founded JazzReach out of a small home office
Honoring Its Steadfast Commitment To Building New Audiences For Jazz, National Nonprofit JazzReach Has Served Over A Quarter Million Young People Nationwide Since Inception
AIMS TO SERVE MORE THAN 30,000 THIS YEAR ALONE EXTENSIVE NATIONAL TOURING & OUTREACH CONTINUES THROUGHOUT THE SPRING, REACHING YOUNG PEOPLE IN OVER 17 AMERICAN COMMUNITIES LATEST ALBUM AND LIVE MULTIMEDIA PROGRAM BIG DRUM/SMALL WORLD CELEBRATES INCREASINGLY GLOBAL NATURE OF JAZZ WITH COMMISSIONED WORKS BY SOME OF TODAY'S MOST ACCLAIMED COMPOSERS With music this compelling and ...
by John Kelman
While the old adage, those that can, do; those that can't teach" once had meaning, its verisimilitude in a jazz world where artists are increasingly forced to turn to education as a means of steady income would appear to be in jeopardy. But there have always been artists deftly committed to both teaching and doing.