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Second Live Broadcast A Success: All About Jazz Livestream Support Continues

Second Live Broadcast A Success: All About Jazz Livestream Support Continues

Building on the technology that made it possible to broadcast the National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Masters Concert at the Kennedy Center last April, All About Jazz presented its second live broadcast on Saturday, March 21 at the Candlelight Lounge in Trenton, NJ. Unlike the NEA event which was presented sitewide, the Candlelight livestream was ...


The Perfect Alibi Quartet

The Perfect Alibi Quartet is an original jazz project conserving the musical art form of jazz and the Great American Songbook. Nothing beats live music at an event, and nothing beats classic jazz, bossa, and blues for live music. Check out our online press kit and you’ll hear why we say “We’re YOUR Alibi for Jazz!” ™ Please visit our Facebook page for updates on our performances and community activities.


Dr. Trineice Robinson-Martin

She completed her doctoral work at Teachers College Columbia University. Dr. Trineice holds master degrees in music education and jazz studies from Teachers College and Indiana University-Bloomington, respectively, B.A. from San Jose State University, and is a Level III Certified Instructor in Somatic Voicework™ The LoVetri Method. Dr. Trineice holds faculty positions at Princeton University as the jazz voice instructor and director of the Jazz Vocal Collective Ensembles I and II. She serves on the National Faculty in the academic division of Gospel Music Workshop of America, and serves as the Executive Director of the African American Jazz Caucus, Inc. Based on her graduate research, Dr


Anita Ivette Ferrer

Flatted Fifths and Major Sevenths My Jazz Journey, for All About Jazz Website Serendipity seems to be the description of my jazz journey. As a teen gal dreaming that I’d be a rock star-fashion designer when I grew up, I never would have thought I would be a folk-jazz chanteuse. No relatives in either my German or Puerto-Rican side s of my families were musicians. I had a beautiful soprano 4-octaved voice but never had the inclination to play an instrument. When I came to know Christ as my Lord and savior in 1982, two twin sisters with beautiful voices invited me to harmonize and minister to the elderly and dying at many Jersey shore nursing homes. In 1989


Brandon Quinn Dixon

Brandon Dixon is a well-known jazz saxophonist and composer. He performs and composes in the styles of jazz, fusion, funk, and rock. He has more than a decade of experience in his field. ​ Dixon performs in a variety of venues, including Chris's Jazz Cafe, the Washington Banquet and Catering, Sandi Pointe Coastal Bistro, Shanghai Jazz, and the Tuckahoe Inn, as well as Rowan University, NJMEA Convention, and the University of Maryland. He is based in South Jersey, where he primarily performs, but he also occasionally travels out-of-state. ​ Brandon Dixon, along with Evan Smith, leads a six-member jazz/fusion group


Joe Bongiovi

Joe Bongiovi is the Director/Owner of the Philadelphia Jazz Orchestra (PJO). PJO is an All Star Big Band comprised of the best college and high school musicians in the Philadelphia and New Jersey region of the United States. The Philadelphia Jazz Orchestra has performed all over the world and will be touring Europe once again this summer with performances at La Spezia International Jazz Festival and at the 50th Montreux Jazz Festival in Montreux, Switzerland. In addition to The Philadelphia Jazz Orchestra, Joe Bongiovi is the band director at Princeton High School and the conductor of the Princeton Studio Band


Rich Tarpinian

Rich is a guitarist and vocalist who has been performing in New York and New Jersey for over 20 years. He began his study of the guitar with classical instruction at the Crane School of Music in Potsdam, New York. Rich has studied various jazz styles with inspiration coming from guitarists as well as other instrumentalists. His style reflects influences from Jimmy Raney, Wes Montgomery, Jim Hall, in addition to many other current guitarists. As a vocal stylist, he aims for a natural sound without regard to the time period of the selection. As a supporting musician in both live performance and recording sessions, Rich has worked with many area musicians as well as leading his own projects. Along with a familiar repertoire, he has written and performed his own music

Keith Franklin

Keith Franklin Jazz Keith Franklin is an exemplary, creative jazz pianist, having studied with Jackie Bayard, NYC, Olga Von Til of the Conservatory of Budapest, Kenny Barron ,composition with Dennis Sandole and Improvisation with Phil Woods at The Maynard Ferguson School of Jazz. He attained a B.A. in piano performance from Rutgers University. Toured in the U.S and opened for Blood Sweat and Tears,B.B. King, Iron Butterfly, and the Youngbloods. After his foray into rock and roll he returned to his jazz roots. Keith is a known entity at many New York, Philadelphia and New Jersey jazz clubs, The Rainbow Room, the Supper Club, The Philadelphia Art Museum , Ritz-Carlton, The Saltcreek Grille, The Witherspoon Grill, The Vault, Delta’s and Hopewell Valley Vineyards. His new cd “Take Heart”is a mixture of all original jazz instrumentals and vocals featuring a swinging, hard hitting ensemble . For music and more visit


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All About Jazz & Jazz Near You were built to promote jazz music: both recorded and live events. We rely primarily on venues, festivals and musicians to promote their events through our platform. With club closures, shelter in place and an uncertain future, we've pivoted our platform to collect, promote and broadcast livestream concerts to support our jazz musician friends. This is a significant but neccesary effort that will help musicians now, and in the future. You can help offset the cost of this essential undertaking by making a donation today. In return, we'll deliver an ad-free experience (which includes hiding the bottom right video ad). Thank you.

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