Maria Schneider

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    The crowds were as welcome a sight as the diverse lineup of artists who appeared on the 19th annual D.C. Jazz Festival’s multiple stages.

    DC Jazz Fest Triumphs

    It was weeks off its usual schedule, cut back to a single weekend, yet the D.C. Jazz Festival, which held its 19th…

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    Maria Schneider’s Data Lords was the critics’ pick for Album of the Year.

    Maria Schneider: Fight The Power

    Editor’s Note: This article was written to commemorate Maria Schneider’s CD Data Lords being named Album of the…

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    Maria Schneider’s 1995 Monterey Jazz Festival commission Scenes From Childhood is streaming now.

    What To Stream, July 27-Aug. 2

    The summer livestream calendar has been slowing down, but here are five great events to check out online this week,…

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    Carla Bley, the critics’ choice for the DownBeat Hall of Fame

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    Maria Schneider’s Data Lords was named a Pulitzer Prize Finalist.

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    The Monterey Jazz Festival, one of many reopening for late summer.

    Bringing Back the Festivals!

    In what has to be billed as the great jazz reopening, festivals are coming back online, many with late-breaking plans…

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    Terri Lyne Carrington, Artist of the Year

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    Triology 2 received the Grammy for Best Jazz Instrumental Album.

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    John Beasley earned Grammy nominations in multiple categories, including Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album.

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    Violinist Tomoko Omura and her husband, pianist Glenn Zaleski, are set to stream a performance on Sunday.

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    Maria Schneider and Donny McCaslin are set to stream a Tuesday conversation.

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    Maria Schneider’s new release is a double album titled Data Lords.

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    Terri Lyne Carrington, who topped three categories in the 2020 DownBeat Critics Poll, is the first female instrumentalist to win the Jazz Artist of the Year category.

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    Wayne Shorter (shown here in a scene from the documentary Blue Note Records: Beyond the Notes) won three categories in the 2019 DownBeat Readers Poll: Jazz Artist, Jazz Album (for Emanon) and Soprano Saxophone.

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    Released in conjunction with a companion video series, Roxy Coss’ Quintet draws from her entire catalog and ranks as the the follow-up to The Future Is Female, the bandleader’s provocative response to the 2016 elections.

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    Pianist Jason Moran (left), flutist Cleve Guyton, cellist Noah Jackson, trumpeter Terence Blanchard and drummer Terri Lyne Carrington perform April 15 at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.,during the 2019 NEA Jazz Master tribute honoring Stanley Crouch, Bob Dorough, Abdullah Ibrahim and Maria Schneider.

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    Maria Schneider is one of four 2019 NEA Jazz Masters.

    2019 NEA Jazz Masters Announced

    Big band leader Maria Schneider, pianist Abdullah Ibrahim, writer Stanley Crouch and the late vocalist-pianist Bob…

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    Pianist Vijay Iyer topped two categories in the DownBeat Critics Poll: Jazz Artist and Jazz Group (for the Vijay Iyer Sextet).

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    The Maria Schneider Orchestra is set to play the Elmhurst College Jazz Festival at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 24.

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    Wynton Marsalis is the newest inductee in the DownBeat Hall of Fame.

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    Cécile McLorin Salvant performs at the Newport Jazz Festival.

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    Wadada Leo Smith was named Musician of the Year in the 2017 Jazz Journalism Awards.

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    Billy Hart performs as part of The Cookers at the PDX Jazz Festival in Portland, Oregon, on Feb. 18.

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    When Maria Schneider (pictured) testified before Congress about the current U.S. copyright law’s (DMCA) notice and takedown provisions, she urged legislators to make major changes.

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    “If everybody gets used to getting their music for free, nobody is going to pay for music anymore,” says bandleader Maria Schneider.

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    Maria Schneider, ASCAP Foundation Life in Music Award Winner

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