NOLA Art House Music serves as your entry point into the community of all parties interested in the contemporary jazz scene as we live it in New Orleans. This community – locally, regionally, nationally and internationally – is large and we need to tap into it, to engage it and to create a dialog with it so they know that we as musicians are here and working towards a true cultural renaissance of one the greatest musical cities in the world!!
New Orleans has long had a history of producing talented musicians. More recently, as demonstrated by the 5,000-plus attendees at New Orleans Entrepreneur Week, the city has started producing some talented entrepreneurs. Edward Anderson hopes to bring the ... Read More »
NolaVie is delighted to join NOLA Art House Music, a next-generation collaborative of some of New Orleans’ finest professional jazz musicians, and Tableau, the French Quarter’s newest glamorous eatery, to present Le Petit Noel, the first annual jazz ... Read More »
Beam by Sophie T. Lvoff Disruption of the status quo is the gorilla in the room that gives me hope. Bitcoin, digital money, says forget the banks and Wall Street, who forgot about us long, long ago. Self-publishing ... Read More »
This last weekend, I started my summer work at a small festival in Silkeborg Denmark. They call it the Riverboat Festival because it is situated on the picturesque but tiny River Guden and, when it started more than40 ... Read More »
This is the third and last article devoted to how we can prepare for the festival season. We discussed improving our Web presence and how venue operators who truly want to work WITH us can raise the bar, ... Read More »
Like many of you, I constantly struggle with the contradictions of local music’s role as a cultural expression of, and for, the community versus a commodity of our hospitality industry. Last week, I began counting down to festival ... Read More »
After a short hiatus, this week I want to remind the music community that we only have about six weeks to get ready for OUR season. I’m glad my editors gave me a couple of weeks off while ... Read More »