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Norman Provizer's Jazz Notes

Norman Provizer

As the country continues to struggle with Covid-19 at the same time that people are waiting for the call to get their two-shot vaccine injections, you can catch live sounds…

Norman Provizer's Jazz Notes

Norman Provizer

This week there are several streaming events to consider. First, on Sunday at noon MT, there’s a celebration of “40 Years in Yiddishland,” marking the 40th anniversary of the Klezmer…

Harry Drabkin Quartet - Muse Live Stream

The Muse Performance Space presents the Harry Drabkin Quartet live stream. Harry, a former Berklee faculty member, is solidly Coltrane (tenor and soprano sax), but also influenced by Dexter Gordon…

Jude Abare Sextet Live Stream

Jude is a Denver based trumpet player who enjoys playing and appreciates all forms of art from the paintings of Jean-Michel Basquiat to the music of Miles Davis. He found…

Local Musician Spotlight: Clare Church

Candace LeGault

If life gives you lemons, make lemonade. For this musician, life gave her lemonade and took it away, leaving lemons. But what she’s doing to get back the lemonade is…

Norman Provizer's Jazz Notes

Norman Provizer

During the final month of 2020, Dazzle hosts a "Bread and Jam" series that combines live-streamed music with material support, including free meals, for musicians on Sundays. While the players…

Norman Provizer's Jazz Notes

Norman Provizer

The Thelonious Monk competition began in 1987 with pianist Marcus Roberts capturing the top spot. The piano continued to be at the center of the competition until 1990 when it…

Norman Provizer's Jazz Notes

Norman Provizer

Trombonist, seashells player and part-time vocalist Stafford Hunter settles in on the Dazzle stage this Saturday starting at 7 p.m. Hunter, who was born in Atlantic City and grew up…

Norman Provizer's Jazz Notes

Norman Provizer

Back in 2008, I decided to finally attend, with my daughter, a Grammy Award show in Los Angeles. After all, it was the 50th anniversary of the Grammy Awards and,…

Jazz of the 70s

The 1970s Jazz era was a truly inventive and exciting time! Many groups started to involve rock instruments like synthesizers, electric bass, and guitars with multiple effects. Saxophones and brass…

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