CFP. Beyond Genre: Jazz as Popular Music

Sep 05 2017 Published by under News

Beyond Genre: Jazz as Popular Music
April 19-21, 2018
Center for Popular Music Studies
Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH

The intersections of jazz and popular music are myriad. Louis Armstrong recorded with Jimmie Rodgers and Bessie Smith; Carlos Santana recorded with Alice Coltrane; Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly featured Terrace Martin, Robert Glasper, and Kamasi Washington; George Benson topped the Billboard 200 in 1976; Billie Holiday, Nat King Cole, and Miles Davis are all inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame; consider also the careers of The Bad Plus, Benny Goodman, Spyro Gyra, Kenny G, Norah Jones, and countless others.

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Welcome to the Re/Sounding Jazz Conference, Amsterdam

Aug 22 2017 Published by under News

The Rhythm Changes team is hugely looking forward to welcoming all delegates from all academic areas interested in jazz studies, as well as the music and creative sectors, to the latest in our international conferences on jazz, which opens at the Conservatory of Amsterdam on 31 August. Our theme, in this centenary year for recorded jazz music, is Re/Sounding Jazz.

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Rhythm Changes Conference

Oct 31 2016 Published by under Conference, News


The fifth international Rhythm Changes Conference a??Re/Sounding Jazza?? will take place at the

Conservatory of Amsterdam,

Oosterdokskade 151, Amsterdam,

from 31 August to 3 September 2017

Registration is open

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Rhythm Changes Amsterdam 2017 conference

Oct 03 2016 Published by under Conference, News

rc-team-amsterdam-sept-2016The organising committee met at Amsterdam Conservatory in late September 2016 to reflect on the Birmingham conference at Easter, and to discuss the theme and call for papers for our 2017 conference…. Announcement imminent, but do note the 2017 dates below! The committee consists of (L-R in photo) Dr Loes Rusch (BCU), Dr Christa-Bruckner-Haring (Graz), Prof Tony Whyton (BCU), Prof Nick Gebhardt (BCU), Prof Walter van de Leur (Amsterdam) and ace photographerA?Prof George McKay (UEA).


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Rhythm Changes: Jazz Utopia Conference T-Shirts

May 23 2016 Published by under News


The very few remaining Rhythm Changes: Jazz Utopia conference t-shirts are now available online through BCUa??s online store. Please click here.


Sizes are limited so order now to avoid disappointment.

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