Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Confirmation: Weekly News & Notes

*Matt Otto reports that "the Madrigal Jam session has ended after 3 short weeks."

*The Italian pianist Dino Massa spoke to Joe Dimino about his forthcoming album with a Kansas City based band.

*The Black Archives of Mid-America will host "Ladies on the Vine: Women in Kansas City Jazz During the Pendergast Era," a presentation by Lisa Henry, on Tuesday, October 18.

*The student newspaper of Wichita State University covered a recent collaboration between Bobby Watson and the Wichita State Jazz Band.

*A think piece at Jazz Police about the music of Pat Metheny and Julian Lage is titled "SFJAZZ Opens Fifth Season: Can Great Guitarists Lead Jazz Back Into Popular Culture?"

*Tweet o’ the Week: crunchee- I have many regrets, but taking my family to see Hermon Mehari perform his new record at the Kemper Museum last night isn't one of them.

(Original image by Plastic Sax.)

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