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Train from Grand Central to Litchfield Jazz Fest; Free Round Trip Shuttle Bus!
It’s easy, relaxing and affordable to get to Kent on the Metro North train from Grand Central Station in New York City. Take the Harlem Line Train to the TenMile River stop in Amenia, NY, just 10 miles from Kent. From there you'll meet our shuttle bus (read more for details and shuttle schedule). More »
First Time LJC Teacher, Eli Yamin, Shares His Experiences
I was blown away by Litchfield Jazz Camp in Kent, CT. The atmosphere was pure learning. The young people were hungry and joyful. My colleagues on the faculty were giving it every minute. What a wonderful exchange. More »
Jazz Around Kent; Free Concerts in July
Jazz Around Kent Presented by the Litchfield Jazz Festival. 22 Free Concerts from July 6 – 29. Three nights a week at 7:15 PM Jazz Camp faculty perform at Kent School and three times a week Jazz Camp students perform in Kent. More »
WBGO's Michael Bourne to Host/MC Jazz Fest
The Litchfield Jazz Festival announces a celebrity host and MC for the 2009 Litchfield Jazz Festival, WBGO’s Michael Bourne. Michael is a long-time jazz journalist and broadcaster: 40 years as a senior contributor to DownBeat Magazine, 37 years as a jazz jock, including 25 years with WBGO Jazz88 in Newark, NJ. More »
Listen to WHDD radio interviews on Jazz Fest
Marshall Miles of WHDD interviewed Lindsey Turner, PR & Marketing Director, about the 2009 Litchfield Jazz Festival's move to Kent and line-up details. Get the inside scoop; listen to the interview on-line. Bonus interviews with Paulette from Doc's, Peter from Starbuck Inn and Elissa from the Fife. More to come with Jazz Camp faculty; stay tuned. More »
Bill Henderson featured in All About Jazz
July, 2009: Now in his “third career,” the California-based vocalist [Bill Henderson] looks forward to coming east to perform at the 2009 Litchfield Jazz Festival. More »
Mario Pavone Awarded New Jazz Works Grant
Mario Pavone, internationally respected bassist and LJC teacher, has been awarded a 2009 Chamber Music America New Jazz Works Grant. He was one of a handful of recipients chosen from a pool of 161 applications. More »
Connecticut’s most significant jazz event
Hartford Advocate, June 10, 2009. Bring A Blanket; Round-up of summer festivals. Litchfield Jazz Festival, July 31-August 2, Kent, CT. Connecticut’s most significant jazz event... More »

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