Birdland was known as “the jazz corner of the world,” and from 1949 to 1965 it played host to some of the greatest names on the modern jazz scene.
One of two IU faculty members to be nominated for a Grammy this year, Wallace is a committed educator and a proponent of the continued relevance of Latin jazz.
What happens when an orchestra drops out? A Bela Fleck concert at the IU Auditorium creates controversy around Bloomington
She brings songs from the Great American Songbook and Weimar cabaret, alongside her originals, to Greencastle Thursday night.
Christine Salem, controversial singer of banned slave songs, invited local chanteuse Janiece Jaffe to join her Lotus set for a musical meeting of spirits.
The Internet--and especially social media--have overhauled the way musicians make and market their music, not the mention the way we discover and consume it.
The artistic director of the National Jazz Museum in Harlem and author of THE NPR CURIOUS LISTENER'S GUIDE TO JAZZ helps us celebrate International Jazz Day.
Composer and bandleader Dave Brubeck is a legend among fans of jazz and classical music.
The new director of the Singing Hoosiers is nationally-known choral conductor, pianist, arranger and educator Steve Zegree.
Duke Ellington, Oliver Nelson, John Carter, and Wynton Marsalis all undertook a weighty artistic task--to represent the history of African-Americans in music.
A centennial celebration of the composer who gave us "Everything Happens To Me," "Violets For Your Furs," and other songs that ranged from wistful to winsome.