What we’re doing now
(This is a “now page” – encouraged and inspired by Derek Sivers, and if you have your own site, you should make one, too.)
Hooray for our newest family member!
Christopher Burnett Quintet – CbQ performs on the First Saturdays, January through December in 2018 at Black Dolphin. The thesis of this residency is parallel to that of the history of modern jazz – to develop beyond an assemblage of great individual players into an established group. CbQ is Christopher Burnett, alto saxophone; Charles Gatschet, guitar; Roger Wilder, piano; Bill McKemy, bass; and Clarence Smith, drums. CbQ plays Burnett original compositions and select masterworks. We are recording during the week of October 22 at BRC Audio Productions in Kansas City. Hope to see you at these concerts.
To learn more about CbQ and see the complete schedule visit the link:
Terri Burnett Flute – T continues to perform with the University of Saint Mary community wind ensemble under the direction of Dr. Bill Krusemark. Her last performance was the Spring Concert. The First City Flute Choir members recorded their Spring Concert and it is still being edited for release on ARC.
Also, see the link for more information:
Burnett Publishing – With the advent of recording with our various ensembles this fall, some of that new work will eventually be published for digital download and purchase. The two newest student jazz ensemble arrangements, “Raconteur (The Storyteller)” and “Villages” are available as digital downloads from Sheet Music Plus (Hal Leonard Publishing). Along with: “Major Tetrachords for Band – Mastering Scales – Part 1” and “Harmonic Minor Scale and Jazz – Applying jazz theory to the ii-V-i progression in any minor key” – both are applied music clinics with lesson plans, scores, and individual parts.
Visit the link for these items and other updates:
Artists Recording Collective – The ARC music label celebrated its 10th successful year last year and was also featured here in Jazz Ambassadors Magazine. ARC continues to release great music by great artists from around the world.
Visit the label website for the latest news:
Jazz Artistry Now – JAN aspires to create a digital place where fans of progressive music will visit regularly, artists creating the music will find refreshing in context, and publicists or promoters can count on a quality product in our criticism and reviews.
Contributing Jazz Journalists are David R. Adler, Christopher Burnett and Scott Yanow.
Read the editorial preview, listen, and learn more about now music at the link:
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Music Is Life Is Music – Speaking of progress…
We started a new business – KC Area Youth Jazz!
It’s got a unique business model that provides a youth jazz artist experience each season.
Jazz + Education + Business + Community = Synergy.
All the best! Cb