Supporting the Michael Brecker Saxophone Competition July 2021 by JAM MUSIC LAB and Jazz Fest Wien.
Duke Ellington: Genius Beyond Category
A presentation by John Edward Hasse - writer, speaker, and Curator Emeritus of American Music at the National Museum of American History in Washington D.C.read more:
Artistic research is an emerging branch of research in the arts, which operates in and through artistic practices. Jazz researchers have emphasized the need for an independent, international network to develop the field.
It was my big pleasure and honour to be part of the Austrian delegation for culture and science and visited the Albert Einstein Archives at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the Weizmann Institute, the Technion Israel Institute of Technology and the Central Committee of Jews from Austria.
JAM Music Lab was represented by US-partner Jeffrey Levenson, the JAM MUSIC LAB All Star Band with Thomas Gansch, Bertl Mayer and the fabulous students of the University.
Again it was my big pleasure and honor to be part of the delegation for culture and science.
Austrian Federal President Van der Bellen is on an official visit to the Estonian capital Tallinn.
I am part of the Austrian delegation for culture and science and just met composer Arvo Pärt at the brand new Arvo Pärt Centre in Laulasmaa.
Science in Vienna is large and diverse: 215.000 students and researchers (= 12.5% of pop.) at 20 public and private universities plus research institutes, museums and funding agencies. The Vienna Science Ball represents Vienna’s science and research community in its excellence and diversity.
Monika Herzig is a German-born jazz pianist, composer and musicologist. She presents and talks about her new book. Read more ...
Bill Dobbins, professor of jazz studies at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester will talk about the music of Thelonious Monk. The Music of a composer and improviser.
At the Institute of Musicology, Vienna, I was part of a several year long ongoing research seminar on musical hermeneutics, which was led by the musicologist Gernot Gruber.