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Live Jazz at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago Embodies ‘The Freedom Principle' Exhibit

In conjunction with the art exhibit 'The Freedom Principle,' the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago is presenting an impressive lineup of jazz performances, premieres and multimedia events.

Fred Hersch, My Coma Dreams, The Boston Globe, Herschel Garfein, The Village Vanguard

The nation’s oldest community music school, Third Street Music School Settlement, will be celebrating its 120th anniversary with a special annual holiday concert at New York University’s Skirball Center for the Performing Arts.

Jazz World to Fans: Quit Hating on Satirists, from Django Gold's 'Sonny Rollins: In His Own Words' to Pop Culture

Jazz music to jazz fans oft seems irreproachable, especially in the context of the most recent Sonny Rollins article by Django Gold in The New Yorker. The article, "Sonny Rollins: In His Own Words" wasn't side-splittingly funny, just a mild stab at ...

Highlights: Chicago Jazz Festival at Millennium Park Features Sun Ra Arkestra, Cécile McLorin Salvant, Terence Blanchard and More

The 2014 Chicago Jazz Festival runs from August 28-31 at Millennium Park and the Chicago Cultural Center. Headliners include Terence Blanchard, Rufus Reid, Gary Burton, Dave Holland, Cécile McLorin Salvant and the Sun Ra Arkestra.

Spanish Harlem Orchestra: ArtistShare CD Crowdfunding Is Their Only Hope To Continue Project

The Spanish Harlem Orchestra (SHO) is a Salsa and Latin Jazz orchestral band that was formed Oscar Hernández. They regularly release CDs to spread their art, but this year they must either raise enough money through crowdfunding for the project or ...

Now With 100% More Jazz: BBC Young Musician 2014 Names Category Finalists

Stay tuned to Classicalite, as the 2014 Jazz Award finalists will be announced in early February.

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