I was blown away by Litchfield Jazz Camp. 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.
Founded in 1997, Litchfield Jazz Camp now serves 70-150 residential and day students each week for 1 to 4 week sessions on the campus of Canterbury School in New Milford, Connecticut. Run by Litchfield Performing Arts, a charitable organization dedicated to changing lives through music, the Camp's philosophy is simple. We start with a faculty of amazing and inspiring jazz musicians. To that we add eager music students in a non-competitive program. Litchfield Jazz Camp embraces all learners - students 12 years to adult, beginners, intermediate and advanced players, students with learning disabilities, and others. That is how the collaborative, supportive and fun atmosphere at Litchfield Jazz Camp is created. Find out for yourself!
Congress has permanently extended a popular tax-advantaged giving opportunity. The new law allows individuals who are age 70½ or older to make gifts of up to $100,000 directly from their IRA account to one or more qualified charities, WITHOUT PAYING FEDERAL INCOME TAX on the withdrawal. The extension was made retroactive to January 1, 2015. More»
Early registration for Litchfield Jazz Camp ends January 10, 2016. Register for camp early and receive $75 off of your tuition, a FREE CD (Live From Litchfield Jazz Festival - 20 Years of Great Jazz) AND a chance to win a free lesson (a $60 value). Register early and pay your tuition in full and get even more. Don't miss out!More»
Thursday is a day for being thankful. Black Friday and Cyber Monday are days for buying stuff. NOW there is a day for giving back -- #GivingTuesday! Join #LitchfieldJazz and the #GivingTuesday movement. Give online next Tuesday, December 1.More»
Following on the heels of her well-received Baritone Monk CD, this fabulous baritone sax player and long-time Camp faculty member is celebrating with a pre-release party for her new album 2648 West Grand Boulevard: Jazz Interpretations of Classic Motown 45s, at NYC’s Club Bonafide. The official release is scheduled for January on Glass Beach.More»
Former LJC camper, current LJC faculty member, and one of the busiest NYC sidemen we know - Caroline Davis will be releasing her new CD on November 6. Caroline is a stunning, Singapore-born soprano saxophone player. On her recording, called Doors: Chicago Storylines, she shares the story of Chicago jazz. The record release party is Thursday Nov. 5th at the Jazz Gallery in NYC.More»