02/01/12 Final Chorus
Nat Hentoff on ‘Riding on Duke’s Train’
12/30/11 Final Chorus
The Jazz Foundation's many missions
12/12/11 Final Chorus
When the jazz family is suffering
10/31/11 Final Chorus
How the non-profit JazzBoston creates new jazz generations
08/17/11 Final Chorus
JazzBoston exposes new listeners to the city’s vibrant music.
07/08/11 Final Chorus
Nat Hentoff on New York Local 802's efforts to improve benefits for jazz musicians
06/01/11 Final Chorus
Nat Hentoff on "el Sistema" - an innovative approach to teaching music to young people
May 2011 Final Chorus
Nat Hentoff riffs on the NEA's recent budget sent to Congress, eliminating the Jazz Masters program
April 2011 Final Chorus
Nat Hentoff on the legacy of saxophonist James Moody
02/10/11 Final Chorus
Nat Hentoff is excited about young trombonist
November 2010 Final Chorus
One of the greatest kicks in my autumnal years is suddenly finding a young jazz improviser who has simply “got it.” That’s why 20-year-old alto saxophonist Hailey Niswanger and 24-year-old Aaron Weinstein each have chapters in my new book, At the Jazz Band...
October 2010 Final Chorus
I’m too often startled by how much I’ve yet to learn about subjects I’ve covered throughout my life—for example, the blues. Along with writing sections on the blues in my books, I’ve recorded sessions with Otis Spann, Memphis Slim and Lightnin’ Hopkins...
08/06/10 Final Chorus
Nat Hentoff on the educational programs of the Louis Armstrong House and Archives
July/August 2010 Final Chorus
Nat Hentoff on We Want Miles Exhibit and Book
June 2010 Final Chorus
Nat Hentoff on Mick Carlon and his approach to jazz appreciation for middle-schoolers
May 2010 Final Chorus
For 60 years I’ve been waiting for a book that has finally been published in England: Jazz Jews by Mike Gerber (Five Leaves Publications; [email protected], contact: Ross Bradshaw). Ten years in the making—eight of them on research—with 7,000 names in...