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Ellen Williams Carter

Jazz Notes with Ellen Carter

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The show consist of classic and contemporary jazz music and interviews.

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Join us this evening, when I interview Anita King and share music from her CD Sultry. Her CD presents jazz standards and her voice is expressive, soulful and melodic. Her vocal abilities have carried her around the world from the Vatican to... more

This evening, I will interview and share music of Maija Rejman a jazz vocalist who resides in the Washington Metropolitan area. When she was nine years old, she began performing on several Jacksonville, FL television stations. At... more

This evening, I will interview jazz vocalist Lutalo Olutosin and play tunes from his CD, Sweet Lou's Blues. After 35 years in the US Military, Colonel Lutalo Olutosin decided to pursue his musical dream and introduce his musical talents to the... more

This evening, I will interview Fred Irby, III and play the music of the Howard University Jazz Ensemble 2014. Mr. Irby a native of Mobile, Alabama is a Professor of Music at Howard University in Washington, D.C. He is the... more

In Washington, D.C., we are fortunate to have several performing musicians that are internationally known and they direct Jazz programs at Universities in the area. This evening, I will interview Allyn Johnson who is the director of The... more

This evening, I will interview and share the music of Maritri Garrett who presently lives in Brooklyn, NY. She received a Bachelors in Biology from Fisk University and a Bachelors in Composition and a Masters in Jazz Studies from Howard... more

This evening, I am interviewing and playing the music of saxophonist, flutist, vocalist, composer and educator Camille Thurman. An accomplished performer and composer who has performed with notable Jazz and R&B performers such... more

Jazz Big Bands and orchestras are ensembles that originated in the United States. Although they are difficult to fund, it seems that Washington, D. C. has several big bands that perform weekly and several with limited engagements. It... more

In Washington, D.C., we are fortunate to have several performing musicians that are internationally known and they direct Jazz programs at Universities in the area. This evening, I will interview Allyn Johnson who is the director of The... more

Join me this evening when I interview Cedric Hendricks and William Brower regarding the bill H.R. 1682, the National Jazz Preservation, Education and Promulgation Act of 2015. The bill will preserve knowledge and promote... more

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