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Coltrane at 90: A week long celebration for John Coltrane in Philadelphia

Coltrane at 90: A week long celebration for John Coltrane in Philadelphia

Philadelphia Jazz Project in collaboration with Temple University Libraries, WRTI, PhillyCAM, Jazz Near You and other partners will celebrate John Coltrane's 90th Birthday with nine days of FREE events. These events will take place between September 17th to 25th, 2016. One of the most important artists of the 20th century was our neighbor. He walked among ...

NEWS: EVENT

New York Jazz Workshop Open House This Sunday, March 2nd

New York Jazz Workshop Open House This Sunday, March 2nd

To celebrate its new location at the esteemed Michiko Studios at 149 W 46th St. within mere steps of Times Square, the New York Jazz Workshop School of Music (NYJW) will be hosting an open house on March 2nd from 3 to 5pm for everyone and anyone who’s curious about joining a thriving, passionate community of ...

NEWS: EDUCATION

The New York Jazz Workshop announces the formation of several new classes!

From Bebop to Hard Bop with Mark Sherman (Intermediate/Advanced) Play in a jazz band under the direction of Mark Sherman, winner of “Rising Star Vibes" Downbeat Magazine Critics Poll 2007-2010. He will take you on a musical journey spanning three decades from Bebop to HardBop. You will play, among other things, the music of Charlie Parker, ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Tim Price with D.O.G.E and Rachel Z

Read "Tim Price with D.O.G.E and Rachel Z" reviewed by Larry Geiger

Tim Price with The Department of Good and Evil and Rachel Z First Energy Berks Jazz Festival concert L'Villa D'Arte in the Abraham Lincoln Hotel Ballroom Reading, Pennsylvania March 16-17, 2007 Why was I going to drive five hours to Reading PA, in blinding sleet and snow ...

ARTICLE: JAZZ PRIMER

John Coltrane: A Newbies Guide

Read "John Coltrane: A Newbies Guide" reviewed by Tim Price

When John Coltrane died in 1967, he left behind a huge legacy of recorded music. Making sense of it all is an enormous task. Check out our suggestions for six views of Trane's last ten years. With Blue Train , John Coltrane not only firmly established his own voice on the tenor saxophone, but also proved ...


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