Evan Haga

Evan’s Contributions


04/08/15    Concerts

Field Notes: Antonio Sanchez’s “Birdman” Live

A singular cinematic experience in NYC


04/01/15    JT Notes

JT Editor Evan Haga Introduces the April 2015 Issue

Something else: Ornette Coleman and New Vocabulary


03/15/15    Features

Charlie's Angels: New York Pays Tribute to Charlie Haden

Metheny, Frisell and other friends gather to remember

03/02/15    JT Notes

JT Editor Evan Haga Introduces the March 2015 Issue

Life cycle


02/21/15    Features

Herbie Hancock: Speak Like a Child

Enthusiasm and candor permeate his new memoir


01/12/15    JT Notes

JT Editor Evan Haga Introduces the January/February 2015 Issue

Question and answer


12/19/14    Concerts

Our Point of View in NYC

Supergroup celebrates Blue Note Records’ 75th anniversary


12/15/14    JT Notes

JT Editor Evan Haga Introduces the December 2014 Issue


11/18/14    JT Notes

JT Editor Evan Haga Introduces the November 2014 Issue

The power of two


11/05/14    Features

Wayne Kramer: Behind Bar Lines

A rock legend Wayne Kramer reflects on his jazz history

10/14/14    JT Notes

JT Editor Evan Haga Introduces the October 2014 Issue

take jazz for granted


09/02/14    JT Notes

JT Editor Evan Haga Introduces the September 2014 Issue

One more thing...


09/01/14    Features

Marc Ribot's New York Stories

The guitarist talks about the future of improvised music and more


07/30/14    Concerts

Umbria Jazz 2014

McBride, Fresu, Cafiso, Snarky Puppy and more at this premier European event

07/22/14    JT Notes

Evan Haga Introduces the August 2014 Issue

Club Dolphy


06/13/14    Concerts

Bill Frisell's "Guitar in the Space Age"

Six-string great interprets his earliest inspirations

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About Evan Haga


Current JazzTimes editor Evan Haga signed on with the magazine in May of 2006 as an associate editor and spent several years as managing editor. Under his direction, JazzTimes has won the Jazz Journalists Association’s Award for Best Periodical six times. His tasks at the magazine include everything from assigning and editing pieces to photo editing and assisting with design concepts. He also enjoys writing when his editorial gig allows: In addition to clips for JazzTimes, his reviews and profiles have appeared in HARP, Living Blues, the Baltimore Sun and NPR Music. His 2011 JazzTimes article "Night & Day," a comprehensive look at the relationship between jazz and heavy metal, won an ASCAP Deems Taylor Award.

Haga, a graduate of the University of Maryland, lives in Brooklyn. “There are many things about this job I love, but, yeah, the free CDs are my favorite perk,” he says. “Even if they keep my office and home in constant states of disarray.”