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Richmond High Band Director Wins Emerging Educator Award

Richmond High’s inspiring young band director won an emerging educator award this month from the California Music Education Association, a recognition that doesn’t surprise...

Legendary Jazz Dancer Norma Miller Visits Wo’se Community Church

Dance instructor Traci Bartlow leads attendees at Wo’se Community Church in a group dance for their “Lindy Hoppin’ Jazzy Juke” reception in East Oakland....

Upcoming Class on “The Rise of Modern Jazz” with Jeff Denson,...

Jeff Denson will teach a 6-week course beginning Wednesday, September 27 on ‘The Rise of Modern Jazz (1940-1959)”.During the 1940s and 50s, jazz transitioned from its...

Shola Adisa-Farrar’s New Jazz Album “Sets New Artistic Standards”

 Shola Adisa-Farrar returned home to debut her new CD, “Lost Myself” last month and once again  this week.The two gigs were sold out at...

Legendary Jazz Singer Al Jarreau, 76

By Britni Danielle, EbonyJust days after announcing that he was retiring from touring after being hospitalized for exhaustion, legendary jazz singer Al Jarreau passed...

Bay Area Tribute to Bill “The Jazz Professor” Bell

The spirits of jazz greats Coltrane, Ellington, Gardner and Quincey Jones were in the Castlemont Auditorium Tuesday night, where 400 attended the 80th Birthday...

Bay Area African American Women in Music: Jazz Singer Mary Stallings...

Deciding on which of some 50 women to begin Women’s History Month in a projected yearlong series, “Bay Area African American Women in Music,”...

Award-winning Saxophonist Steve Coleman Performs in Bay Area

  Saxophonist Steve Coleman, whose quintet performed last Sunday at SFJazz in San Francisco, was honored recently with a MacArthur Fellow, an award presented to...

Smooth Jazz with Eric Darius and Friends, Dec. 14

SMA Entertainment LLC presents “A Smooth Jazz Concert” featuring Eric Darius and Friends on Sunday, December 14 at 5 p.m. at Hutchins Street Square,...

MoAD Hosts Cuban and Puerto Rican Music Lecture Series

The Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) is presenting, “My Music is Who I Am: Identity and Resistance in Cuban and Puerto Rico Music,”...
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