From Post-Bop to Hip-Hop: Class One
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Terrence Brewer
Terrence Brewer & Lyle Link, Instructors

From Post-Bop to Hip-Hop: Jazz in the Modern Era

Class one: Roots & Influences

2019-20 | Koret Discover Jazz

Oct 09, 2019
Joe Henderson Lab

PLEASE NOTE:
This page is an archive of a past production


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Calendar

Original show description below.

WED, OCT 9, 16, 30, & NOV 6 • 7-8:30 PM
MEMBERS: $20 per class/$60 full course (SOLD OUT)
PUBLIC: $25 per class/$75 full course (SOLD OUT)

What "happened" to jazz during and after the 1960s? What role did rock, funk and soul play in its evolution? How can we connect jazz to today’s contemporary music? These topics and many others are the subject of this four-class series exploring the jazz lineage and its musical “offspring.” Among the many artists we will survey are Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, James Brown, Wayne Shorter, Nina Simone, Sly Stone, Stevie Wonder, Gil Scott Heron, and many more! From the post-bop evolution to the hip-hop revolution, we will uncover some of the groundbreaking artists whose work blurred the lines between jazz and popular music.

GENEROUSLY SUPPORTED BY
Koret Foundation

Personnel

Terrence Brewer guitar & instruction
Lyle Link saxophone & instruction
Tiffany Austin vocals
Tammy Hall piano
Ruth Davies bass
Daria Johnson drums