[jja-announce] polls closed -- results today -- and tomorrow, Jazz Matters

Jazzmandel at aol.com Jazzmandel at aol.com
Tue Nov 9 11:46:20 EST 2004

Hi group -- the polls have closed for voting for Directors for the JJA's 
Interim Board. The results aren't yet tabulated, but will be posted at 
Jazzhouse.org and e-mail later today. In response to some queries during the election 
period, committees are being formed to:

1) create a membership survey
2) work on setting up a JJA mentorship program, which includes a scholarship 
component in the name of late jazz journalist Clarence Atkins
3) initiate and encourage local chapter formation and activities.

If you have any desire to be on any of those three committees, I'll serve as 
info conduit so write me back --

Meanwhile, here's the scoop on the New York JJA's Jazz Matters panel 
tomorrow, Wed. Nov. 10: 6 to 8 p.m., New School Jazz performance space, 55 W. 13th 
St., NYC -- free --

"What's in the Critics' Blindfold? -- sociologist and phd candidate Bethany 
Ryker talks about her research and moderates a real-time live critics' and 
musicians' blindfold test featuring Ted Panken (Down Beat, Jazziz, NY Daily News, 
WKCR), Matt Shipp (composer/pianist/recording producer), Frank J. Oteri (ed., 
NewMusicBox.org of the American Music Center, composer, fiddler) and others 
tba -- playing unidentified new releases and discussing them in critical terms. 
. . .

be there, it'll be fun -- 


More information about the jja-announce mailing list