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The Power of Music. The Power of We.

A song can evoke, inspire, express. It has the power to renew, change our heart rate, even heal. Songs are used to teach, whether as part of history, a tool to memorize a concept, or in developing life skills like confidence, perseverance and teamwork. It can both energize or calm. A song can move us to tears and it can move us to act. Music has the power to unite us. Music has power.

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2022 Annual Holiday Silent Auction nearly here

The JAZZ ROOM Holiday Edition Annual Auction going virtual this year! Whether you are attending the Preservation Hall All-Stars Christmas in person or not, you are able to participate in this once-a-year fundraiser.

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Why Study Jazz?

As we prepare to begin our Fall 2022 programs, Education Director Patrick Brown shares some thoughts on why studying jazz is important. Two elements that are unique to jazz are the recognition of American history and the value of self-expression.

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Launching Season II of Successful Latin Jazz Youth Program

Welcoming students back to another set of jazz.

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Lessons from Camp

“You are a jazz musician.” Amongst a week full of peer music fans and instruction, we were joined for a day by “Rising Star” saxophonist Roxy Coss who shared thoughts on music and life.

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