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Contemporary Improv at 40 Years (JAZZed Magazine, November 2012)

February 10, 2013

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Dominique Eade at NEC. Mandolin player Sarah Jarosz spends a good deal of her year on the road, performing at folk and bluegrass festivals and headlining tours of her own that meet a growing love for heartfelt American roots music.  The Austin native is currently in the middle of recording her third album for Sugar […]

Clark Terry Cover Story (JAZZed

November 6, 2011

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Clark Terry: ‘Mumbles’ Makes Time for Mentoring   A legend for generations, Clark Terry has spent countless hours with every willing student, translating a lifetime’s worth of experience into an invaluable resource for young jazz musicians everywhere. The legend of the upstart jazz master takes many forms and carries with it a tempting mystique. Whether born […]

The Caleb Chapman Institute Cover Story (JAZZed, September 2011)

November 6, 2011

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Makes World Tour Pros Out of Utah Teens by Matt Parish For those looking for a savior of jazz education, mild-mannered and sparsely populated Utah probably isn’t high on the list of scouting locations. But that’s where ambitious private teacher-turned-bandleader Caleb Chapman calls home, and he’s gone a long way toward creating one of the […]