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This Weekend, New York Jazzharmonic Debuts a New Big Band at Symphony Space
John Jay Scholar, writer, chocolate enthusiast, and lover of a...
Jazz is making a comeback in New York City. Hipsters tip-tap their toes at joints like the Fat Cat and Iridium, taking in their grandparents' tunes. Nostalgia trends these days, and there's nothing like a wailing saxophone to put you in the mood.
Terese Genecco and Her Little Big Band -- a Monthly Romp at the Iridium Jazz Club
Terese Genecco has just celebrated her fourth year singing jazzy tunes to the beat of her
"Little Big Band
." Her voice, robust but not brassy, swings melodically like an old time vocalist.
In Growing Labor Struggle, Jazz Artists Harmonize Music and Justice
In These Times and CultureStrike
Many jazz artists, both bandleaders and side musicians, hustle from gig to gig, often at the mercy of club owners who have little or no obligation to provide basic benefits like medical or unemployment insurance.
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