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 Tuesday, 22 July 2014
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North Sea Jazz Cruise Announced July 5-17 PDF Print
Written by Press Release   
Monday, 11 December 2006
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Marcus Miller

(St. Louis –December 11, 2006) World-class talent has teamed up with a world-class cruise for the inaugural sailing of the North Sea Jazz Cruise Hosted By Marcus Miller. Jazz Cruises, LLC, the foremost and only producer of full-charter luxury jazz cruises and musical host Grammy® Award winning musician/composer/producer Marcus Miller, in conjunction with the North Sea Jazz Festival program department, have announced the initial talent line-up for this maiden voyage. The dazzling array of talent features the most celebrated and legendary jazz musicians, composers and vocalists of our time. They include: vocalist Dee Dee Bridgewater and her trio, saxophonist James Carter, trumpeter Roy Hargrove and his quintet, the Roberta Gambarini Quartet, guitarist Lionel Loueke, The McCoy Tyner Trio, Medeski, Scofield, Martin & Wood and saxophonists David Sanborn and Kirk Whalum. They will join cruise guests aboard the world-class Holland America’s m/s Rotterdam, named “2006 Ship of the Year” by the World Ocean and Cruise Line Society, departing from Copenhagen July 5, 2007. Following a breathtaking seven day voyage with ports-of-call in Warnemunde/Berlin, Germany; Gotenburg, Sweden; Oslo Norway; Hamburg-Elbe River/Germany, the ship will dock in Rotterdam, The Netherlands and serve as a “floating hotel” for the prestigious North Sea Jazz Festival July 13 – 15, stay in port in the Netherlands and conclude on July 17.

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IAJE Returns to Manhattan for the 2007 Conference, January 10-13 PDF Print
Written by Andrea Canter, Contributing Editor   
Tuesday, 28 November 2006
Phil Palombi and Keith Hall with the Curtis Stigers Quartet, IAJE 2006 © Andrea Canter

Where at one time can you find nearly 8,000 jazz performers, educators, journalists, photographers, producers, promoters, students and serious fans outside of the world’s largest jazz festivals? At the International Association of Jazz Educators’ 34th Annual Conference! The 2007 event will be held on the same site as the 2006 conference, right in the heart of midtown Manhattan at the New York Hilton/Sheraton New York, January 10-13. Over 200 concerts, panels and workshops are scheduled.

The world’s largest conference in the name of jazz draws individuals and ensembles from 45 nations for four days of performances, clinics, demonstrations, panel discussions, artist and industry exhibits, research presentations, award ceremonies, interviews, and informal networking. And that’s just what takes place within the convention centers. Outside of the hotels, area jazz clubs typically schedule special shows, taking advantage of the surge of jazz-bent tourists and the congregation of the world’s top artists. Notes IAJE Executive Director Bill McFarlin, “The IAJE Conference always takes on a special energy when we meet in New York. It’s exciting to see the city, already credited as the epicenter of the jazz universe, explode with thousands of jazz professionals and educators, many of whom can be found patronizing New York’s jazz clubs and live music venues throughout the week.”

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The 3rd Annual Minnesota Sur Seine Festival October 12th-22nd PDF Print
Written by Don Berryman   
Thursday, 05 October 2006
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Jacqueline Ferrier-Ultan © Bryan Aaker
Get Ready for the musical adventure as the Minnesota Sur Seine Festival returns. Now in its third year, the 2006 Minnesota Sur Seine Festival continues to offer a broad spectrum of music while maintaining the festivals primary focus; providing a showcase for collaborative performance and artistic experimentation between regional and international musicians. The festival is international and improvisational in nature featuring adventurous jazz, but also includes hip-hop, spoken word and world music performers as well, presenting eleven nights of music in a uniquely diverse program appealing to a widely diverse audience.

The Minnesota Sur Seine 2006 line up includes: Anthony Cox, Fat Kid Wednesdays, Dave King, Happy Apple, Craig Taiborn, and Chris Thomson from the US. International participants include: Evan Parker, Bernard Lubat, Benoît Delbecq, Tony Hymas, Dominique Pifarély , Denis Colin, Didier Petit, Hélène Labarrière, François Corneloup, and Mark Sanders, among others. Individual tieckes and passes can be purchased online at www.surseine.org.

Don't miss the opening celebration at the Minnesota Museum of American Art on October 12th. As throughout the festival, music is provided by the pairing of Minnesota's finest musicians with world class international musicians. In this case Dean Magraw on guitar, Jim Anton on bass, JT Bates on drums from Minnesota will perform with François Corneloup on saxophones and Dominique Pifarély on violin from France.

Jazz Police is proud to support this event. Check www.jazzpolice.com and www.surseine.org for news and updates. The Schedule follows.
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2006 Earshot Jazz Festival 10/19-11/5 in Seattle PDF Print
Written by Ronaldo Oregano   
Monday, 02 October 2006
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Wynton Marsalis © Keith Major
Called "Seattle's most important annual jazz event" by DOWNBEAT magazine, this year the Earshot Jazz Festival runs from October 19 to November 5. Earshot Jazz, Seattle's non-profit jazz-support organization presents hundreds of the most important artists of our day in more than 60 events in venues all around Seattle. In addition to concert performances, the festival includes educational programs and panels, a film series, poetry and author readings, and art exhibits.

The stellar lineup includes: Wayne Horvitz Gravitas Quartet, Bill Frisell, Wynton Marsalis Quartet, Garfield High School Jazz Band w/ David "Fathead" Newman, Allen Toussaint, Rashied Ali Quintet, Larry Coryell, Roberta Piket / Billy Mintz Trio, Cyrus Chestnut Trio, Nguyen Le - Tiger's Tail Quartet, Mavis Staples, Toshiko Akiyoshi, Bobby Hutcherson Quartet, Ritual Trio w/ Billy Bang, Andrew Hill Quintet, Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio w/ Fred Wesley, Django Reinhardt Festival, George Colligan Trio, Ana Moura, NEA Jazz Master Jimmy Heath, Jason Moran & Bandwagon, and many more.

Earshot Jazz is a Seattle based nonprofit music, arts and service organization formed in 1984 to support jazz and increase awareness in the community. Earshot Jazz publishes a monthly newsletter, presents creative music and educational programs, assists jazz artists, increases listenership, complements existing services and programs, and networks with the national and international jazz community. The Earshot Jazz Festival is now in its 18th year. For more information call the Festival Hotline at 206-547-9787.

A complete schedule for the 2006 Earshot Jazz Festival follows:

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2nd Annual Duke Ellington Jazz Festival October 4-8 PDF Print
Written by Ronaldo Oregano   
Saturday, 30 September 2006
ImageThe 2nd annual Duke Ellington Jazz Festival will be held October 4-8th. Many of the shows are FREE including the capstone of the festival on Saturday, October 7th, when heavyweight artists Poncho Sanchez; Dr. John; Roy Hargrove; John Scofield, performing the music of Ray Charles, with special guest Mavis Staples; and Nasar Abadey & SuperNova will play on The National Mall starting at noon.

Charles Fishman, Dizzy Gillespie's former personal manager and producer, has lived in the Adams Morgan neighborhood of Washington, DC, for 21 years. Throughout his time in the city, he wondered why Washington was the only major capital city in the Western world without a jazz festival. "I thought it was a shame since jazz was invented in this country, and DC was the birthplace, musical training ground and home of the legendary Duke Ellington".

On September 28, 2005, with the support of the Government of the District of Columbia, Congressional resolution HR501 and numerous national and local sponsors, the Duke Ellington Jazz Festival debuted in honor of one of the 20th century's most celebrated musical geniuses.

Like the inaugural festival, this year's event presents major artists from around the country, from around the world and also introduces emerging artists. In addition to the grand free jazz showcase on The National Mall, prominent featured locations for festival events include the Lincoln Theatre, The Kennedy Center, the Library of Congress, National Gallery of Art and neighborhood spots like the U Street Corridor's Busboys & Poets, the historic Bohemian Caverns and Twins Jazz Club.

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San Francisco Jazz Festival, Oct 20th - November 12th PDF Print
Written by Administrator   
Friday, 29 September 2006
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Miguel Zenon
SFJAZZ hosts a huge jazz festival in San Franciso every fall. This year, running from October 20th through November 12th in multiple venues, the festival will once again present the giants of jazz. SFJAZZ is a year-round non-profit artists organization dedicated to presenting world-class music that expands the audience for jazz, while bringing educational programs to adults and students across the Bay Area. San Fransico Jazz Festival Line-up follows:
  • Sonny Rollins Friday, October 20, 8pm at Nob Hill Masonic Center
  • Badi Assad, solo Saturday, October 21, 2pm at Florence Gould Theatre; Legion of Honor
  • James Cotton Blues Band with Hubert Sumlin Saturday, October 21, 8pm at Herbst Theatre
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