Jazz musicians today face challenges that the likes of Charlie Parker and Miles Davis never had to imagine. What's the future of jazz - today and tomorrow?
How do jazz artists practice their craft - let alone make a living - during the twin crises of the pandemic and this social-political moment?
How does an art form thrive in an age of streaming, declining physical record sales, disappearing venues, and a changing pop culture?
FREE event. Panelists include:
-- John D'earth, jazz trumpeter and educator
-- Ivan Orr, multi-instrumentalist, composer, performer, educator, and writer
-- Kait Dunton, composer, pianist, and educator
-- Dhara Goradia, bassist, composer, and bandleader
-- Nathan Moore, WTJU General Manager
-- Rus Perry, host of WTJU's "Jazz at 100 Today!"