New Orleans-based clarinetist and advocate for the cultural workforce, Evan Christopher is a refreshingly bright light on the international jazz scene. He combines virtuosity, immaculate taste, and enthusiasm with a deep commitment to exploring the full range of possibilities in the New Orleans Jazz tradition.
With the City Counseling meeting coming up on October 20, issues of how and what neighborhoods in New Orleans should be protected is up for discussion and analysis in Evan Christopher's "MaC-Notes" this week. Read More »
In this week's "MaC-Notes," Evan Christopher talks about the community defeating the overlay on Three Muses in Uptown. It is a victory to be celebrated and a model to take to other parts of the city. Read More »
When it comes to protecting and preserving rather than commodifying New Orleans traditions, Evan Christopher thinks back to a lesson he learned many years ago. In his latest edition of "MaC-Notes" he not only observes challenges when trying to uphold the culture-bearers of NOLA but he also offers solutions. Read More »
New Orleans is on its way to being one of the most livable cities in America, but aren't we already all living here? Evan Christopher investigates the Master Plan for New Orleans and has some recommendations. Read More »
This week in Evan Christopher's "MAC-Notes," he talks about "disaster capitalism." Many New Orleanians want to see the culture here retained and supported rather than commodified, and MaCCNO is offering a solution through the Community Engagement Professional position they have added to their staff. Read More »