To present, promote, and celebrate jazz performance, education, and awareness in northern Arizona. Headed by Chicago-bred Jazz Saxophonist, Milton D.
The Pittsburgh Jazz Society, a non-profit, all volunteer organization promotes jazz, encourages jazz scholarship and holds periodic meetings where jazz may be performed for members and the general pub
The Old Town School of Folk Music opened in December of 1957 with its first home at 333 North Avenue. The first five years of the School’s history mirrored the boom in folk music at that time.
During 6 days prior to the North Sea Jazz Festival, master classes by top, internationally renowned jazz musicians like John Abercrombie (guitar), Adam Nussbaum (drums), Gary Willis (el.
Celebrating its 27th year in 2000, the New Jersey Jazz Society is dedicated to the performance, promotion and preservation of jazz.
The New England Jazz Alliance (NEJA) is an alliance of dedicated individuals working to establish a New England Jazz Hall of Fame and to promote jazz as an art form.
A project of the National Library of Norway and Norwegian Jazz Archives, the Norwegian Jazz Base attempts to give all the details about jazz and related recordings by Norwegian musicians, at home or a
Funded by the Arts Council of England, this not for profit organization was formed over 16 years ago to promote the growth and development of jazz within the UK.
The membership of this organization—whose bands are heard at thousands of social, corporate, and charity events annually—includes most of the Chicago area's prominent and successful bandleaders.
An institution in the making, The National Jazz Museum seeks to build on Chicago's rich Jazz heritage to establish credibility as the home of a national museum.
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