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Listening to Jazz Workshop Features the Music of Monk at Boston Public Library, Dudley Branch, on Saturday, February 4

Jazz trombonist Bill Lowe and pianist John Kordalewski are leading a Listening to Jazz Workshop at the Boston Public Library's Dudley Branch, 65 Warren Streetin Roxbury on Saturday, February 4, 2012, from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. The workshop helps participants understand common compositional structures (blues and 32 ...

John Kordalewski Jazz Trio at Milton Public Library on Saturday, May 14

John Kordalewski Jazz Trio at Milton Public Library on Saturday, May 14

Jazz pianist John Kordalewski, bassist John Lockwood and vocalist Diane Richardson perform at the Milton Public Library this Saturday, May 14, 2011, at 2:00 p.m. The free concert is sponsored by the Friends of the Milton Public Library. Kordalewski, a Milton resident, leads the jazz group The Makanda Project and teaches at Bunker Hill Community College. ...

NEWS: ADVOCACY

"On the Edge: Exploring the Creative Music Scene" Musician Panel on May 4th for Jazz Week from JazzBoston

"On the Edge: Exploring the Creative Music Scene" Musician Panel on May 4th for Jazz Week from JazzBoston

Top-flight musicians Dave Bryant, Tom Hall, John Kordalewski, and Neil Leonard carry on a lively conversation about current trends, with performances by the presenters at the Boston Public Library between 6 and 8pm in the Boston Room. Dave worked with Ornette Coleman in Prime Time and has been contributing to the quality of musical life here ...


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