The Kandinsky Effect CD Release: Somnambulist

Posted on January 29, 2015

The Kandinsky Effect CD Release: Somnambulist  On Somnambulist, The Kandinsky Effect wields its musical power in a…

Jazz Conversations: Jerry Tachoir

Posted on January 8, 2014

Jazz Conversations: Jerry Tachoir, By Ron Wynn Jerry Tachoir is a nationally acclaimed bandleader and among the nation's…

WWBW features Conn-Selmer Artist Jessy J

Posted on January 8, 2014

Jessy J burst onto the contemporary jazz scene in 2008, blending her love for Latin rhythms and jazz on her chart-topping,…

Bart Marantz Receives 2012 John LaPorta Award

Posted on June 11, 2013

Conn-Selmer would like to congratulate long time Bach endorsing artist Bart Marantz for receiving the John LaPorta Jazz Educator…


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Witness the amazing power of projected visuals behind Ancestral Groove's performance at the opening of POLIN, the Museum of the History of Polish Jews, and catch David Krakauer's cinematic concert The Big Picture in NYC and Europe this Fall 2015! http://davidkrakauer.com/shows

Projection mapping by written, directed, animated and performed live by MELT. www.bymelt.com

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