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Monthly Archives: May 2016

Grace Kelly New Album Celebration at Berklee Performance Center

Virtuosic saxophonist and singer-songwriter Grace Kelly celebrates her new album, Trying to Figure It Out, with special guests. Kelly is a member of the house band, Stay Human, on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and a creative musician who incorporates jazz, pop, blues, and

Omar Thomas Of Our New Day Begun

Hailed by Herbie Hancock as showing “great promise as a new voice in the further development of jazz in the future,” educator, arranger, trombonist, and award-winning composer Omar Thomas has created music extensively in the contemporary jazz ensemble idiom. It was while completing his Master of

JazzBoston and Museum of African American History Musical Tribute to Three Boston Jazz Giants

On April 29, 2016 JazzBoston and the Museum of African American History presented A Musical Tribute to Three Boston Jazz Giants and launched the campaign to create a Boston Jazz Heritage Trail. Vocalist Mae Arnette, composer and pianist Ran Blake, and drummer Roy Haynes are three of Boston’s living jazz legends.