[jja-announce] Jazz Matters in NYC: The Art of the Interview, March 23

Jazzmandel at aol.com Jazzmandel at aol.com
Tue Mar 15 17:16:11 EST 2005

Hi JJA members -- 

please, if you're in the NYC area, attend the next JJA Jazz Matters panel, 
"The Art of the Interview," on Wednesday, March 23 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the New 
School Jazz performance space, 5th floor 55 W. 13th. 

We're going to take up the complexities of interviewing from the perspectives 
of broadcaster Sheila Anderson (Saturday night host on WBGO-FM, author of The 
Quotable Musician: From Bach to Tupac (Allworth Press), published 3/03 and 
How to Grow As A Musician: What All Musicians Must Know to Succeed (Allworth 
Press) to be published July 2005); writer-broadcaster Ted Panken (Down Beat, 
Jazziz, New York Daily News, WKCR), photographer Lourdes Delgado (pursuing her 
insightful portrait project  Jazz In New York: A Community of Visions now 
including some 250 images), and videographer Monk Rowe (director since 1995 of the 
Hamilton College Jazz Archive, for which he has conducted more than 250 video 
interviews with jazz notables). To give us the interviewee's point of view, the 
inimitable Butch Morris, internationally known for his unique conductions 
(which last month celebrated 20 years of development) will participate, too.

 I will moderate and the Jazz Matters will be recorded and made available to 
JJA members on CDR for a low cost covering duplication and handling, but the 
event itself is, as usual, free to those who show up. Hope to see you there. 


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