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Article: Album Review

School Of Music Graduate Ensemble: Like No One Else

Read "Like No One Else" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


The University of the Arts in Philadelphia (UARTS) has one of the premier jazz education programs in the USA. This excellence is apparent in the exceptional careers of some of their alumni, such as bassist Stanley Clarke and trombonist Robin Eubanks. It is also documented well in the many recordings that the university's various ensembles release. ...

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News: Event

Jazz Walk In Fairmount Park on Sunday, October 13th, Noon-4pm

Jazz Walk In Fairmount Park on Sunday, October 13th, Noon-4pm

Philadelphia Jazz Project presents JAZZ WALK Take a stroll with the PJP in beautiful Fairmount Park around the 
East Park Reservoir starting at 33rd & Diamond Streets or 33rd & Oxford Streets. JAZZ WALK is a FREE event, featuring Jazz Performances, free snacks & water. Wear comfortable shoes or sneakers for walking and if you need ...

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Article: Live From Philadelphia

February 2012: Terell Stafford Quintet: The Music of Lee Morgan

Read "February 2012: Terell Stafford Quintet: The Music of Lee Morgan" reviewed by RJ Johnson


Terell Stafford QuintetPerelman Theater, The Kimmel CenterFebruary 25, 2012 Philadelphia native, trumpeter Terell Stafford led his quintet through two sets of original arrangements dedicated to legendary trumpeter Lee Morgan in the Perelman Theater, located inside Philadelphia's Kimmel Center. The performance was part of the Kimmel Center's 2011-2012 “Jazz Up ...


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