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Recital: Diego Martinez '22, Double Bass

NEC's students meet one-on-one each week with a faculty artist to perfect their craft. As each one leaves NEC to make their mark in the performance world, they present a full, professional recital...

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Recital: Daniel Klingsberg '19, Jazz Bass

NEC's students meet one-on-one each week with a faculty artist to perfect their craft. As each one leaves NEC to make their mark in the performance world, they present a full, professional recital...

Pamela Frank
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Guest Presenter: A Far Cry

This concert is presented by A Far Cry.

The bond between each teacher and student is unique, but one thing remains the same across these relationships: the idea of a common legacy, perpetually passed...

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Jazz Theory III

| 7:45 PM

A continuation and expansion of the analytic principles and jazz vocabulary introduced in Jazz Theory I. Class topics include modern harmonic movement, modal hierarchies, chord substitutions,...

Joel Yennior
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Jazz Theory I

| 6:15 PM

An introduction to the harmonic and analytic vocabulary used by jazz musicians for compositional and improvisational development. Emphasis is on understanding common technical terms and also on...

Joel Yennior plays trombone with feeling under stage lighting
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Jazz History I

| 5:15 PM

The first half of a comprehensive overview of the evolution of American jazz from its roots in African folksong and ritual through the present day. Related topics such as Crossover, Third Stream,...

Jazz pianist Eyran Katsenelenbogen sits at a piano
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Jazz Ear Training III

| 8:45 PM

A continuation and expansion of Jazz Ear Training II. Students learn how to sing jazz voice leading lines, identify extended jazz harmony, imitate complex rhythmic figures, transcribe complex melodies...

Jazz pianist Eyran Katsenelenbogen sits at a piano
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Jazz Ear Training I

| 7:45 PM

A class designed to give students basic aural recognition skills, using jazz musical vocabulary, and to function as an aural counterpart to Jazz Theory I. Emphasis is on simple interval recognition,...

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