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Given: Women Composers Respond to Duchamp

CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE!! Given: Women Composers Respond to Duchamp Philadelphia Museum of Art 2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway Phila., PA 19130   Given is a musical performance conceived and produced by the Philadelphia Jazz Project, written and presented by a team of brilliant Philadelphia-area women artists as a musical   Read More....

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Five Outdoor Performances At The Barnes

Philadelphia Jazz Project Presents Five Cool Performances To Beat The Heat!! On Thursday afternoons, from July19th to August 16th, PJP Presents Five Cool Performances Outside At The Barnes Foundation. Most important these events are FREE of charge. Bring a lunch and enjoy the music.   The Schedule: July 19 | Saxophonist Larry Price   Read More....

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Celebrating Coltrane 2017 - Thanks

"Overall, I think the main thing a musician would like to do is give to the listener the many wonderful things he knows of and senses in the universe…”   ——  John Coltrane       Many thanks to everyone who attended, participated, or wanted to join us in celebrating John Coltrane's 91st   Read More....

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Celebrating Coltrane 2017

  Bar none, John Coltrane is the most influential tenor saxophonist in jazz history. Whether it's his patented "sheets of sound," his rapid-fire improvisations or his bold cathartic wails, no aspiring jazz saxophonist can afford to neglect the music of Coltrane.      - - - - John Diliberto     I feel like I   Read More....

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On my first record with him, I used no notes, just sound... I never played as powerfully as I did with Sunny Murray... he plays pulse, not beats.
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