One Third

Last weekend I went to NYC to attend the 2010 Surdna Arts Teacher Fellowship convening […]

Loss for words

I have a lot of people ask me about my summer… and I find myself […]

see you in the audience

It never ceases to amaze me how mean musicians can be to each other. As […]

September Grant Info

I got these links from the Arizona Commission on the Arts – Arts Learning Newsletter. […]

Neglected but not forgotten

I know how blogs can be – start like a blazing fire but quickly die […]

Instrument Carry On Petition

American Federation of Musician’s petition regarding instruments carried onto airplanes. Please check out link below! […]

Musical Kitten

As I round the last corner of my musical adventure, I realized something quite profound […]

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Chicago Intro

I’m currently in Chicago. I left DC on Wednesday, after taking a early morning lesson […]

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Brotherhood

One of the things that I truly love about being a musician, especially a jazz […]

The Future of Jazz Education

One of the most amazing parts of attending the Aebersold Summer Jazz Workshop was getting […]

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Jamey’s CD Recommendations

“All the answers are out there. They’re on the records.”  – Jamey Aebersold During day […]

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Life Changing Moments

Today was the first day of the Aebersold Summer Jazz Camp in Louisville, KY. Technically, […]

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What I want to do

“That’s great, because he does what you want to do”, said one of my closest […]

The hardest thing

Sometimes the hardest thing to do is, well, go. To get started. To move forward. […]

World Refugee Day Gig Photos

Here’s a couple photos of me and the Pangean Orchestra at our gig for World […]

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