THE JAZZ LOFT According to W. Eugene Smith” Boston Film Premiere, Monday, April 24th at 7:30pm at Regent Theatre The Regent Underground Theatre… “The Biggest Names in Jazz Came to Jam. One Photographer Captured It All” “The purpose of all art is to cause a
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.
Paul Combs had been living in the Boston area since 1972, moving here from Philadelphia. I grew up in Camden, New Jersey, right across the river from Philly, coming to Boston in 1968. In conversation years ago we discovered that we had listened to the
The Museum of African American History and JazzBoston joined forces for the first time for this Jazz Week Kickoff weekend special presentation with premiere of The Imagine Orchestra. Boston WGBH’s popular jazz radio host, Eric Jackson, of Eric in the Evening, introduced the new chamber jazz orchestra