Aaron Hill: Take the “Streets” to Musical Success

Among the various interesting sessions at the third annual Baltimore Jazz Conference (October 16) was a talk by pianist Aaron Hill. He built his talk around the acronym, “STREETS,” where each letter stands for a practice or attitude or principle that should be followed by any person looking for success as a musician—or in endeavor involving an interface with the public. | Read more>> Read more

BJA Sponsors Jazz at Two Bromo Arts District “Art Walks”

BJA SPONSORS JAZZ AT TWO BROMO ARTS DISTRICT “ART WALKS” On June 24, the new Bromo Arts & Entertainment District, located downtown Baltimore, held its first “Art Walk” event, ably organized by its director, Emily Breiter, and the Baltimore Jazz Alliance was pleased to sponsor a jazz concert by Clarence Ward III and his band, Dat Feel Good, at the Eubie Blake Center. | Read more>> Read more