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Jazz students finish strong at Jazz Night

UMKC jazz students showed-off their hard work Thursday night, during their Jazz Night performance at the Folly Theatre, a culmination of the semester for...

Album Review: The Project H Everyday, Forever

Adventurous and bold, the new album from The Project H, "Everyday, Forever", pushes the limits of jazz. It will grab your attention and hold...

KC musician Bobby Watson spreads love of jazz

Music flows from the second floor stairwell of the James C. Olsen Performing Arts Center, leading to a narrow hallway where practice rooms are...

Where to see jazz in Kansas City

Kansas City has a rich history of jazz with its own unique style. With over 40 spots that host live jazz regularly, it can...

Jazz musician Stephen Martin on his upcoming album

Jazz saxophonist Stephen Martin is putting the finishing touches on his debut album, “Vision”, set to be released this summer. Martin says the process...

Q&A: Jazz student talks UMKC, future of KC’s music scene

So, what does the future look like for a soon-to-be UMKC Jazz Studies graduate? Senior Trevor Turla says it resembles one long jam session....

Guide to the Jazz District: 18th and Vine

The historic jazz district along 18th and Vine is truly a highlight of Kansas City, full of art, music, history and authentic Kansas City...

REVIEW: A Tribute to Kansas City Jazz

The Kansas City Symphony and Kansas City jazz musicians, including Bobby Watson, came together last weekend to take audiences on a musical trip through...

Three wintry reads to dive into over break

  During the holiday season, there is nothing better than snuggling up with a hot beverage and a good book. With winter break swiftly approaching,...

Through the Eyes of Picasso: The inspiration behind the artwork

The works presented in Through the Eyes of Picasso are a must-see. This new exhibit, now on display at the Nelson Atkins, reveals to...
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