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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by Kelley Crawford and Sarah Holtz on May 27, 2016
When it comes to France, there are ways to feel luxurious on a budget. As Birdfoot musician Jenna Sherry explains, one way is to sit in a first-class train cabin, start playing chamber music, and no one will request that you go back to your cheap seat. Read More »
by Kelley Crawford and Sarah Holtz on May 25, 2016
We often take for granted that musicians travel with their own instruments, but when it comes to the piano, that's not often the case. Unless you are Prach Boondiskulchok, who loaded a piano forte into a car and drove 300 miles across England for a concert. Read More »