by John McCusker (audio stories) Steven Melendez (map creation) Sarah Holtz (sound engineering) Kelley Crawford (photographs and text) on May 5, 2017
Editor's Note: What happens when you put together a jazz historian, a map maker, a sound engineer, and a writer/photographer? You just get a whole lot of jazz. Ba da bum! Check out this interactive jazz map for history you can literally walk through.
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Steve Baum has journeyed around the world, but New Orleans music has always been with him. Upon returning home, he put together his love of music and city in a photography project that intrigued Carol Pulitzer, who dove into finding out just how and why instruments and Nola captured Baum's creative eye. Read More »
The New Orleans Volunteer Orchestra started out as friends getting together to practice music, and it has now grown to over 60 members. David Benedetto talks with Conductor Chris Bergeron about how the orchestra came to be and how it continues to develop. Read More »