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What can the jazz process tell us about life? How can jazz be a model for education and better business practices? In what ways can jazz help us become better listeners, leaders, innovators, and collaborators? Each Friday at 11AM Eastern (8AM Pacific), we'll trade fours with educators, students, business leaders, creative artists, diplomats and more drawn from a global audience. Join us on Trading Fours and "Get in on the Rhythm."
How does the art of composing reconcile spiritual strivings? What's the creative process of transcribing disparate voices into a unified whole? In what ways does the music of the African Diaspora express cultural unity and the individuality of nations such as South Africa, Brasil, Cuba, or the United States? On Friday, March 21, 2014, we'll trade fours with low-brass specialist, Joseph Daley whose CDs The Seven Deadly Sins and The Seven Heavenly Virtues capture the complexities of the Diaspora and the spiritual strivings contained therein. Join us on Trading Fours -- 11AM Eastern, 8AM Pacific -- and "Get in on the rhythm."
Riza & Marcus Printup shared some insights on musical translation and collabroation on and off the stage. Brandee Younger shared insights on mentors, the integration of sound, and gender. We revisted ideas on communucation shared by Anat Cohen. On today's Review Show, we'll consider what we learned from recent guests in the context of jazz, education and business. Join us today at 11AM Eastern (8AM Pacific) on Trading Fours and "Get in on the Rhythm."
How is community important to jazz music and culture? In what ways is tradition preserved in jazz education and how might this contribute to the continued growth of jazz? How important is innovation in the history of jazz and what types of innovations have been most impactful? On Friday, May 23, 2014, we'll trade fours with NEA Jazz Master, Trumpeter Jimmy Owens who has played in the legendary bands of Lionel Hampton, Charles Mingus, and Duke Ellington, and more. With more than 45 years of experience as a composer, arranger, jazz educator and advocate, Jimmy Owens has uncommon insights to share. Join us on Friday, 5/23, at 11AM Eastern (8AM Pacific) on Trading Fours, call in 347-989-8321, and "Get in on the rhythm."
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How do we create meaning from the diversity of ideas expressed on Trading Fours? What do we learn and what's it got to do with jazz?! Join us for a special Trading Fours Review Show -- Wednesday, April 30, 2014 at 12NOON EDT (9AM PDT). We'll revisit our live conversations with Mark Weiner, Sharon Bridgforth, Joseph Daley, and Greg Satell. We'll also reconsider recent rebroadcasts -- Peter Smirniotopoulos, Diana Campbell and Yen Yen Woo -- as we prepare you for our May 2, 2014, show on Public Education and Job Readiness with Huffington Post writer Peter Smirniotopoulos and Education Policy researcher Natalie Pregibon.
Join us on Trading Fours and "Get in on the rhythm."
Education & Business Double Header: How can jazz musicians help improve urban education? In what ways can teacher training be modified to better prepare educators for the challenges of urban classroom environments? Dr. Joshua Renick shares his experience as a jazz musician and educator in the South Bronx during the first hour of Trading Fours. Business Model Innovator Karl Burrow of Karllestone Capital in Tokyo join us for the second hour of Trading Fours to discuss creative design for organizations in Japan and emerging markets in South East Asia.
Join us today, Friday, July 11, 2014, for a special Trading Fours Double Header: 11AM Eastern (8AM Pacific) and "Get in on the rhythm."
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How does the sound of a baritone saxophone or bass clarinet shape musical conversations? How do low register voices make themselves heard? How does jazz develop team players, leaders, and innovators? On our June 13, 2014, Summer Recap of Trading Fours, we'll revisit our conversation with Brain Landrus, low woodwinds musician and educator. Join us at 11AM eastern (8AM Pacific) and "get in on the rhythm."
We'll be back LIVE with our Special Anniversary show, Thursday, July 31st, 2014, at 11AM Eastern (8AM Pacific). Gollow us on Twitter to contnue our conversation... @GlobalJackie @JazzDemocracy
This is the show that all Boy Scout memorabilia collectors have been waiting for. At the 2013 National Boy Scout Jamboree patch trading will be an official scheduled activity for the first time ever. Patch trading between adult Scouters and youth Scouts will be allowed at a Jamboree for the first time in decades. I would go so far as to say that my guest tonight is responsible for most of those changes. As an avid collector and one of the top volunteers helping to plan and organize this summer's 2013 National Boy Scout Jamboree Russell Smart has all the answers that we've been waiting to hear. What is the deal with visitors? What about all those privately made staff patches? What are the rules and how are they going to be enforced? Can Scouts trade during the day while they are supposed to be doing program activities? If you are going to the Jamboree then this is a show you need to dial in on.
How can jazz shape our response to the "skills" gap? In what ways can jazz help workers prepare for the workplace of today and tomorrow? How do changes in the music industry reflect changes in the workplace overall? What's so special about Miles Davis' legendary second quintet and how does it matter beyond the stage? On today's Trading Fours we'll review conversations with Peter Smirniotopoulos & Natalie Pregibon, Tom Browne, Dr. Kwami Coleman, and NEA Jazz Master Jimmy Owens. Join us LIVE at 11AM Eastern (8AM Pacific) and "Get in on the rhythm."
Want to "trade fours" with us on air? Call 347-989-8321
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Did you miss our February 21, 2014, show with Harpist Brandee Younger? Join us today, April 25, 2014, at 11AM EDT (8AM PDT) for a rebroadcast and hear what Brandee Younger has to say about arts education, the harp and being a women in the world of jazz.
On a weekly basis, we ask the following questions of ourselves and our listening audience: What can the jazz process tell us about life? How can jazz be a model for education and better business practices? In what ways can jazz help us become better listeners, leaders, innovators, and collaborators? Each Friday at 11AM Eastern (8AM Pacific), we'll trade fours with educators, students, business leaders, creative artists, diplomats and more drawn from a global audience. Join us on Trading Fours and "Get in on the Rhythm."
Learn more about your hosts: Dr. Modeste The Global Roundhouse and "Dr. Wes" Jazz and Democracy Project
How can lessons from band class impact traditional academic learning environments? How does having a professional musician lead band class impact the learning environment? What role does jazz play in building character? On Friday, July 18, 2014, we'll revisit our conversation with Saxophonist and Educator, Jason Curry. Join us at 11AM Eastern (8AM Pacific) and "Get in on the rhythm."
Continue our conversation on Twitter @JasonCurryMusic and follow Dr. Modeste @GlobalJackie and Dr. Wes @JazzDemocracy
How are jazz and contemporary music similar, different? How do we train music students to become successful entrepreneurs? In what ways can music education enrich the study of academic disciplines? In November 2013, we traded fours with Martin Mueller, Executive Director of Jazz & Contemporary Music at The New School. Join us on Friday, July 4, 2014, as we revisit this important discussion about how jazz, a distinctly US form of music, continues to inform our lives and "Get in on the rhythm!"
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