Submitted by Josh Grossman on Wed Apr 17 4:45pm
I understand (all too well) that bottom lines need to be met. But in this case, I feel strongly that the proposed cuts are not the way to go.
Submitted by Josh Grossman on Thu Apr 11 4:54pm
I've often wondered "How could this music over here be combined with that music over there?" The answer can be found in part in a number of "chamber jazz" projects which I've seen evolve over the past few years in Toronto.
Submitted by Josh Grossman on Mon Apr 8 4:47pm
I'm on the email list for the Jazz Journalists Association (JJA, news.jazzjournalists.org) and recently received an email which began, "Don’t worry, this email isn’t asking you for money."
Submitted by Josh Grossman on Thu Mar 21 3:29pm
I had the good fortune of being in the audience last night at Humber College to hear artist-in-residence Jack DeJohnette
Submitted by Josh Grossman on Thu Feb 14 4:53pm
I don't have a blog posting of my own in me this week, so I'm pleased to present the following guest blog, written by Seth Fried and taken from McSweeney's Internet Tendency
Submitted by Josh Grossman on Thu Feb 7 2:56pm
What do you get when you cross a violinist who sings, a clarinetist, a pianist/accordinist, a banjo player, a bassist and a percussionist?
Submitted by Josh Grossman on Thu Jan 31 4:11pm
Every once in a while, a couple of events crop up, sometimes even on the same day, which merit special mention.
Submitted by Josh Grossman on Thu Jan 24 4:39pm
I've heard it said that talking about music is like dancing about architecture. And on some level, I agree.
Submitted by Josh Grossman on Thu Jan 17 4:50pm
I was fortunate to spend last weekend in New York where I spent three days and three nights checking out great music and meeting with colleagues from North America and Europe.
Submitted by Josh Grossman on Thu Jan 3 4:16pm
At this time of year, there is always the small matter of new year's resolutions. I admit to not being a huge fan of this annual ritual.