Litchfield Jazz Festival & Jazz Camp

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DownBeat Magazine's 35th Annual Student Music Awards
DownBeat Magazine is accepting applications for its 35th Annual Student Music Awards. They have converted to an e-application, so interested students will need to visit their website in order to apply... More »
Litchfield Jazz Camp Registration Open!!!
Now’s your chance for one of the best music education experiences of a lifetime! Registration is ... More »
November 2011 Issue of DownBeat Features Roy Haynes at the Litchfield Jazz Festival
The November 2011 issue of DownBeat Magazine features great shots of jazz legend, Roy Haynes, in action at the 2011 Litchfield Jazz Festival... More »
Litchfield in New York Officially Launched
"Litchfield Jazz Camp" is expanding it's horizon! Now, you can experience the joy of playing in a jazz group every week. Keep that good feeling going throughout the year, sign up now! More »
October 13th -- by Brynn Mandel...After suffering audience declines of close to 50 percent and surveying recent and past attendees about what they wanted, Litchfield Jazz Festival organizers will return the 16-year-old annual event to its former home at the Goshen Fairgrounds next summer. More »
Past and Present Festival Ticket Buyer Survey Summary
We thank the hundreds of you who were kind enough to respond to our post Festival survey. And we've heard you loud and clear. You want us to provide you again with a true "festival" experience - music in an outdoor venue where you can all join together to enjoy it... More »
Pianist Vijay Iyer Uses Math in His Music - The Hartford Courant
by Owen McNally, August 4, 2011. Vijay Iyer, who leads his adventurous trio Saturday at 5:15 p.m. at the star-packed, 16th annual Litchfield Jazz Festival in Kent, is an original new music artist, an innovator and iconoclast. For Vijay Iyer, a brilliant pianist with rigorous training in mathematical and scientific thinking... More »
July 29, 2011 -- by Philip Lutz ...Leading the big-band charge this year will be the saxophonist Jimmy Heath, 84, a bebop stalwart who cut his teeth as a member of Dizzy Gillespie's band in the 1940s...Mr. Heath will front a 16-piece orchestra at Litchfield...Mr. Heath said his writing had evolved since the early days, but acknowledged that the evolution had been limited. More »

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