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Jazz Philadelphia Summit

Jazz Philadelphia Summit is a FREE two day gathering of jazz advocates and audiences, musicians, and key arts and culture stakeholders in Center City Philadelphia on November 2nd and 3rd.   The Jazz Philadelphia Summit will provide important information about how playing, producing, and marketing jazz is evolving all around the world, where   Read More....

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Philadelphia Rhythm Festival

Philadelphia Rhythm Festival is a 3 day event featuring master classes, workshops and performances by nationally acclaimed performers. Hosted by Rittenhouse Soundworks from December 2-4, 2016, the event will highlight All forms of Rhythm: Drums, Percussion, Tap Dance, and Body Rhythm.    Featuring Dancers: Dormeshia | Max   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.
Byard Lancaster

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Philadelphia Jazz Project is a sponsored project of the Culture Trust | Greater Philadelphia, with funding provided by The Philadelphia Foundation.