[Dixielandjazz] The Future of Jazz - Panel Discussion

Ron L'Herault lherault at bu.edu
Mon Jan 24 18:17:43 PST 2005

I live about 35 mi. south of there but do work in Boston.
Unfortunately, it would end up being too late a night for me, since I'd
end up on a train which gets me home about 11:00 PM or so and I get up
for work around 5:10 AM.

Ron L

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Subject: [Dixielandjazz] The Future of Jazz - Panel Discussion

Tom Wiggins sent me this press release. Interestingly enough, the panel
discussion is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

Anybody on the DJML live nearby?

Steve Barbone

Dear Music lovers, Jazz lovers, and Supporters of the arts:

The Jazz Journalists Association Presents
"The Future of Jazz In Boston, Part II"

Following on the heels of the successful JJA panel discussion in
November at
Scullers Jazz Club, The second Jazz Journalists Association panel --
moderated by celebrated NPR talk show host Christopher Lydon -- presents
"The Future of Jazz in Boston, Part II," Monday, February 7, from
PM at the Regattabar Jazz Club, Charles Hotel, Cambridge, MA.

Panelists are: Christopher Lydon and Donal Fox, co-moderators; Gary
jazz journalist and author; Roger Brown, President of Berklee College of
Music; Ann McQueen, Program Officer, Boston Foundation; and Bob
consultant to Marsalis Music.

The event is free and open to the public.

Panelists will address the topic of the business of jazz and how arts,
culture and economics affect the arts in Boston and across America. They
will discuss how changing audience and marketing trends are affecting
arts-jazz in particular-both in Boston and beyond, and how musicians and
industry can direct their efforts to benefit the needs of ticket-buyers,
musicians, recording companies, funding organizations, marketers and
presenters in a positive and productive way.

Gary Giddins will hold a booksigning for his most recent book,
(Oxford University Press), before and after the panel discussion.

Cash bar and light food will be available

For more information, please contact Dawn Singh Publicity at (857)
or dawn at dawnsinghpublicity.com

Hope to see you there.

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