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As a graduate of the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz Performance and winner of the Kennedy Center’s Mary Lou Williams Piano Competition, Helen Sung is keep reading »

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“Energies of Change basically refers to that movement, on both a personal and universal level (which in essence is inseparable and one and the same), keep reading »

Romain Collin returns with his trio feat. Clarence Penn on drums and Harish Raghavan on bass performing songs from what The New York Times calls keep reading »

For trumpeter and composer Igmar Thomas, much in contemporary music is clearly evolved from improvised American music of eras past — jazz, in short. That keep reading »

In our interconnected global village, the soul of today’s musical soupcon is rooted in the multiple strands of the African diaspora. This weekend celebrates Africa’s keep reading »

The National Jazz Museum in Harlem announces its Fall 2015 Benefit Concert featuring Jon Batiste, the bandleader for Late Night with Stephen Colbert Jon Batiste, National Jazz Museum in Harlem’s Artistic keep reading »

Labeled “a prepossessing young trumpet player…” (New York Times), John Raymond is one of the most promising, up-and-coming jazz musicians in New York. See him keep reading »

On Sunday October 18th, New York City band Animus Rexx will be playing their biggest show yet, at Highline Ballroom, with Brownie from The Disco Biscuits keep reading »

On Thursday, Oct 22nd, The Mario Castro Quintet & Strings will be gracing The Jazz Gallery‘s stage for a live taping and performance. The event keep reading »

The very first annual BRIC Jazzfest will be live in Brooklyn from the 11th to the 16th of October featuring a whole host of some keep reading »

“I always associate visuals with music – and music with visuals,” says New York based, french-born pianist and composer, Romain Collin. From the very first keep reading »