Jazz Outreach Programs

Introducing jazz to tomorrow’s teachers and virtuosos

Our Jazz studies program is a driving force behind many community initiatives that give students the opportunity to perform and teach while building our community’s enthusiasm for jazz music.

Jazz on Wheels is a mobile education program that helps urban youth discover new creative outlets and a life-long appreciation for music. The high-level performers include faculty members, Jazz Studies students and the best young performers from The Bridge.

Jazz Summer Camp is a unique opportunity for instrumentalists and vocalists at all levels to begin learning the essentials of small jazz ensemble playing. High school students, university students, jazz musicians and music educators are all welcome to take part in this week-long, fun experience.

The Cool Wednesday Night Hang is a New York style jam session run by Jazz Studies faculty members. It's a unique opportunity for students to share the bandstand with their world class instructors while applying the many improvisational techniques they are learning as part of the jazz curriculum.


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