On Saturday, September 8th, 11am – 7pm, Artist and Curator Gwendolyn Black continues her annual Visual Arts and Jazzfest 2012 with the 1st Annual Visual Arts and Jazz Outdoor Art Fair headlined by Guggenheim Fellow and NEA Jazz Master Pianist Randy Weston. Continue reading
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From Greg Thomas
Yesterday’s Saturday panel at the National Jazz Museum in Harlem was such a pleasure to moderate. Cordial, candid conversation took most of the time, but the most powerful part, for me, was the music the panelists shared…
…For instance, Vijay Iyer played Ahmad Jamal’s “But Not For Me” from the classic Pershing date. Heaven! That’s why I urge you to check out the video of Jamal’s timeless trio here on “Darn That Dream.” Identify the jazz legends you see looking on . . .