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CALL - A Special CD Project

In early 2021, after the flames of the George Floyd murder and protests traveled around the globe, Kim Niemela, executive director of COSACOSA art at large, Inc. reached out to ask if Philadelphia Jazz Project would have an interest in participating in a new recording project. A NEA-funded project focused on the creation and sharing of new   Read More....

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THE PRICE OF A RAINBOW AT POOL EXHIBIT

SEPTEMBER 10TH & 24TH, 3-5 PM THE PRICE OF A RAINBOW by Marcell Bellinger Brass Quartet Composed by Marcell Bellinger & Paul Giess Featuring Marcell Bellinger & Alan Nelson Fairmount Water Works 640 Waterworks Dr., Philadelphia, PA 19130 (In Fairmount Park Near Phila Museum Of Art)   Free And Open To The Public (Concert will most   Read More....

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TROUBLED WATERS AT POOL EXHIBITION

SATURDAY AUGUST 13TH & 27TH, 3-5 PM TROUBLE THE WATER by Philadelphia Jazz Tap Ensemble Featuring Bethlehem & Pamela Hetherington Fairmount Water Works 640 Waterworks Dr., Philadelphia, PA 19130 (In Fairmount Park Near Phila Museum Of Art)   Free And Open To The Public   A project by Victoria Prizzia of Habithèque   Read More....

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WATER SPEAKS At POOL Exhibition

SATURDAY, JULY 16TH & 30TH, 3-5 PM WATER SPEAKS by Keisha Hutchins Hirlinger & Doug Hirlinger Fairmount Water Works 640 Waterworks Dr., Philadelphia, PA 19130 (In Fairmount Park Near Phila Museum Of Art) Free And Open To The Public   POOL: A Social History of Segregation is a museum exhibition at the Fairmount Water Works   Read More....

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SPLASH & CONCESSIONS AT POOL EXHIBITION

SPLASH / CONCESSIONS AT POOL EXHIBITION Select Saturdays in July, August and September from 3pm - 5pm Fairmount Water Works 640 Waterworks Dr., Philadelphia, PA 19130 (In Fairmount Park Near Phila Museum Of Art) Free And Open To The Public   As you may know, the exhibition POOL: A Social History of Segregation has reopened after   Read More....

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Celebrating Sun Ra

ANNOUNCING NEW FREE MIXTAPES TO CELEBRATE SUN RA, CLICK HERE.   Arriving on our planet as a child on May 22nd, 1914 in Birmingham, Alabama: Ironically referred to as The Magic City, Sun Ra also died there in 1993. Gone from his physical form for 29 years, his influence and the audience for his work, continues to grow. Sun Ra was a   Read More....

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Talking About Radio

PHILLY JAZZ TALKS ABOUT WRTI Wednesday, April 20, 2022 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT ONLINE / ZOOM EVENT - FREE ADMISSION CLICK HERE TO REGISTER   Join Philadelphia Jazz Project’s Homer Jackson as he participates in an upcoming online dialogue entitled, "Philly Jazz Talks About WRTI."   This production of the Philadelphia   Read More....

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The stuff McCoy Tyner did was earth-shattering for me. The modal thing, the way he voiced chords in fourths, the way he used the pentatonic scale -- all those things were very new.
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