Vail Jazz Party Review, Jazz History Online

They call it “mud season”: the annual period at a ski resort when the snow has melted, tourism is down, and the gondolas are used only for scenic trips to the top of the mountain. While some of the shops close until the next snowfall, many resort towns try to attract visitors through their marketplaces, … Continued

7 Questions with Miche Braden (August 16, 2012)

1. Do you consider Bessie Smith a major influence on your own musical career? Now I do. After studying her life on & off stage, the things she did with her talent, basically owning herself is exactly how I want to live, in charge of my creativity & moving up in my career. 2. What … Continued

7 Questions with members of the US Air Force Academy Band

7 Questions with the USAF Falconaires’ Tour Manager, Marcel Marchetti TSgt USAF   1. How much time do you spend practicing together? Practicing together depends on the job coming up and how it works into our busy schedule. Using the Vail Jazz Festival as an example, I see a total of 8 about hours to … Continued

Jazz Festival Presents Free Jazz After Jam Sessions in Collaboration with Bravo! Music Festival at Larkspur Restaurant in Vail

Vail, CO – The Vail Jazz Festival, now in its 18th season has teamed up with the Bravo! Vail Valley Music Festival to present three jam sessions immediately following orchestral performances by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra and the New York Philharmonic. The series is titled Jazz After and will showcase select … Continued

Vail Jazz Festival Marks 18th Season With Expanded Programming Throughout Summer Culminating With Labor Day Weekend Jazz Party

Vail, CO – The Vail Jazz Foundation announces its 2012 Vail Jazz Festival season with ticketed and free events taking place throughout Vail from June 24 through September 3. The 18th annual Festival brings international jazz artists to indoor and outdoor venues, highlighting a variety of jazz styles from swing and Latin jazz to Big … Continued