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2014 6th Annual Mingus Festival & Competition in NYTimes

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This year’s 6th Annual Mingus Festival & Competition got a mention in the New York Times!

All events are open to the public!  The full schedule can be found here.

Gunther Schuller discusses “Epitaph” on January 15

Make Music New York inaugurates a new series called Make Music Monthly, featuring conversations with musical luminaries recorded live at the Cornelia Street Cafe in Greenwich Village. This series is co-presented with the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music.

On January 15, 2014, jazz historian and composer Gunther Schuller speaks about Charles Mingus’s monumental “Epitaph,” 25 years after he conducted the work’s world premiere.

Hosted by Make Music New York founder Aaron Friedman, the discussion will be recorded and published as a podcast available on the Make Music New York and New School websites.

 

Teaching Mingus: November 11 & 12, 2013, NYC with Ken Pullig

Professor Ken Pullig, retired chair of Jazz Composition at Berklee College of Music, will visit the Greater New York City area to lecture on Charles Mingus at three local institutions:

 

Monday, November 11, 2013:  12:30-2:00pm
Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts
Rehearsal Hall in Nicholas Music Center, 85 George Street
New Brunswick, NJ

Monday, November 11, 2013:  5:00-6:15pm
City College of New York
Concert Hall in Shepard Hall
New York, NY

November 12, 2013:  3:00-4:30pm — OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Manhattan School of Music
Studio 610
New York, NY

 

Professor Ken Pullig taught Mingus for over a decade and brings great insight to Mingus’s music and compositional technique.  These lectures are not to be missed!

Teaching Mingus

We are pleased to announce partnerships with Greater New York City area institutions to expand the presence of Mingus in graduate and undergraduate curriculum!  Working with Manhattan School of Music, Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, City College of New York, retired Chair of Jazz Composition at Berklee College Professor Ken Pullig, Professor Conrad Herwig, saxophonist Alex Foster, and other members of the Mingus Bands, our goal is to broaden the understanding and appreciation for Mingus music through workshops, classes and lectures, as well as encourage young musicians to explore his rich legacy.