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Photo Gallery: The 2014 JEN Conference, Dallas

Highlights of the annual Jazz Education Network event

Dr. Lou Fischer, Conference Coordinator, JEN Conference, Dallas, 2014
Dee Daniels, JEN Conference, Dallas 2014
Booker T. Washington Vocal Jazz Ensemble, JEN Conference, Dallas 2014
Cal State Univ. Long Beach Pacific Standard Time Vocal Jazz Ensemble, JEN Conference, Dallas 2014
Roy “Futureman” Wooten, JEN Conference, Dallas 2014
Jeff Coffin, JEN Conference, Dallas 2014
Jeff Coffin w. Caleb Chapman’s Crescent Super Band, JEN Conference, Dallas 2014
Randy Brecker w. Caleb Chapman’s Crescent Super Band, JEN Conference, Dallas 2014
Marvin Stamm, JEN Conference, Dallas 2014
John Clayton and Larry Ridley, JEN Conference, Dallas 2014
Jamey Aebersold clinic, JEN Conference, Dallas 2014
JEN president-elect Bob Sinicrope and current president Andrew Surmani, JEN Conference, Dallas 2014
Candido w. the Univ. of North Texas Latin Jazz Lab, JEN Conference, Dallas 2014
Peter Erskine and John Clayton, JEN Conference, Dallas 2014
Dave Stryker, JEN Conference, Dallas 2014
Exhibit area, JEN Conference, Dallas 2014
Dave Douglas w. the BYU Synthesis Big Band, JEN Conference, Dallas 2014
Brian Lynch w. the Frost School of Music (U. of Miami) Afro-Caribbean Jazz Ensemble, JEN Conference, Dallas 2014
Bass Extremes – Victor Wooten and Steve Bailey, JEN Conference, Dallas 2014
Victor Wooten, JEN Conference, Dallas 2014
Derico Watson, JEN Conference, Dallas 2014
Univ. of North Texas One O’Clock Lab Band – Steve Wiest, director, JEN Conference, Dallas 2014

The fifth annual JEN (Jazz Education Network) Conference took place in Dallas, Tex., Jan. 8-11, at the the Hyatt Regency Hotel at Reunion. The annual JEN Conference serves teachers, students, artists, performing arts presenters, music industry partners, enthusiasts and more, drawing more than 3,000 attendees.

The Jazz Education Network is dedicated to building the jazz arts community by advancing education, promoting performance, and developing new audiences.

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