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September 2010

September 2010

Bassist Stanley Clarke is featured, in the September issue of Jazz Inside Magazine, in an interview conducted by Vic McLean. This 80-page edition includes the Annual Women In Jazz feature, and the Jazz Education Sourcebook, in addition to scores of other articles and reviews to delight your jazz pallette.

The September issue of Jazz Inside NY Magazine (80 pages), available free in print and as a downloadable digital edition is designed for jazz lovers worldwide - and features bassist Stanley Clarke discussing his new recording on Heads Up. his Roxboro Music label, his insights into the record business, Chick Corea and Return To Forever and more.
 
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This issue features the annual Women In Jazz section including interviews with and poignant insights by Laurie Antonioli, Lynne Arriale, Andrea Brachfeld, Ann Braithwaite,
Rondi Charleston, Patty Cronheim, Brenda Earle, Madeline Eastman, Kat Gang, Susie Hansen, Terri Hinte, Pauline Jean,
Mimi Jones, Dana Lauren, Meg Okura, Simona Premazzi, Louise Rogers, Lauren Sevian, Suzi Stern, Lynette Washington
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Seth Abramson of The Jazz Standard, has had extensive experience on the management, booking, touring and record label sides of the jazz world. He shares his insights and discusses how he has contributed to make the Jazz Standard one of the destination jazz clubs in New York.

Seth commented: "We [the Jazz Standard] have something unique to deliver from the artists on stage to how the guests are welcomed when they walk through the door. We want
to create a very welcoming environment and one that’s
conducive to artists, and also one that’s comfortable
for the listening audience. … . I think the scene is
very healthy. The demographic at the club gets younger
and younger, which is a healthy sign.”

The 2010 Jazz Inside NY Jazz Education Sourcebook is a rich 20-page section that includes a directory of schools, and interviews with leading Jazz Educators and Program Directors.

Included are the perspectives of Paul Evoskevich; College of St. Rose; Peter Rogine, Five Towns College; Connaitre Miller, Howard University; Erica Floreska, Jazz At Lincoln Center; Carl Allen, Juilliard; Sam Newsome, Long Island University; TK Blue, C.W. Post; Justin DiCiocchio, Manhattan School of Music; Martin Mueller, New School; Javier Arau, New York Jazz Acadmey; Dave Schroeder,  New York University; Anthony Branker, Princeton University; Michael Mossman, Queens College; Dave Loeb, University of Nevada Las Vegas.

Sam Newsome of Long Island University commented:  “Because the music scene is so congested, young musicians have to be even more remarkable and unique – just to make waves. Unfortunately, students don’t take advantage of it. Instead, many of them still choose to copy the same five players, while sitting around waiting to be validated. It may not be a great time to make a living, but it’s an amazing time to be an artist.”

Martin Mueller of New School: “One of the biggest challenges facing students everywhere is in understanding that their development as artists is an inherently long term life development, this directly at odds with the ‘straight to stardom’ sound bite culture they’ve grown up in.”

Connaitre Miller of Howard University says: “We all need encouragement – no matter the age or level of experience. Everyone has something great to offer – even if they don’t know it yet."

Michael Mossman of Queens College: "“what determines a student’s success is whether they decide to see the world as a place of abundance, where the success of others is to be applauded and emulated, or a place of scarcity, where the success of others is to be feared.”

New York University's Dave Schroeder says: world. "The biggest challenge is to believe in oneself.”

With the abundance of content this issue, the regular column
entitled, "Deeper Perspectives," will resume in October focusing on issues of ethics and integrity.

The CD Spotlight section highlights releases by Bob Mintzer, Sunny Jain, Mike Herriott & Sean Harkness, James Bongiorno, Hot Club of Detroit, Dave Peck, Ben Monder, Ted Rosenthal, Esperanza Spalding, Contact (Dave Liebman and John Abercrombie)

MP3 audio files of tracks from some of these recordings are available for free download at Jazz Inside's Jazz Audio Wall – www.JazzAudioWall.com

This month’s installment of Ira Gitler’s Apple Chorus is entitled “John Marshall, Fabrizio Sotti.”
 
Comprehensive monthly calendar and event listings for the number one jazz market in the world - New York - span 16 pages.

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Jazz Inside NY Magazine is published monthly and is also available in print, free at 200 locations around the New York metro area, and by paid subscription for jazz fans who want hard copies delivered to their doors.

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