Jazz Composers Collective Festival Celebrates 10th Anniversary


From March 19-24, the Jazz Composers Collective will hold its annual jazz festival in New York at the newly reopened Jazz Standard club. The festival marks the Collective’s 10th anniversary. The club is located at 116 E. 27th St., and is now serving barbecue under the management of restaurateur Danny Meyer.

The basic line-up for the festival is as follows:

March 19: Ben Allison and Seven Arrows, Herbie Nichols Project

March 20: Michael Blake’s Elevated Quartet, Michael Blake and Free Association

March 21: Frank Kimbrough Trio

March 22: Ben Allison and Medicine Wheel

March 23: Ted Nash Quintet

March 24: Ron Horton Quartet, Herbie Nichols Project

For more information on the Jazz Composers Collective, go the www.jazzcollective.com.

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