René Ibañez and Eddie Santiago

An die Musik Opens Up the Dance Floor for New Latin Jazz Series

January 30th brought the inauguration of a new series at An die Musik (AdM) — Latin Jazz Night with live music and dancing. Although there may be a thriving Latin jazz scene in Baltimore, I wouldn’t know it; apart from Latin jazz mainstay Rumba Club (featured at our first Baltimore Jazz Fest, in 2016), I have not heard of much going on in this space until recently, when percussionist Joel Santiago started a weekly series in Jessup. | Read more>>
The Joni Chronicles

The Joni Chronicles Returns

The legendary singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell, now 75, is rarely performing, but she has made an indelible impression not only on her own but also on later generations. Hers is an ever-challenging oeuvre, with her innovative excursions into and mingling of genres and her probing, elliptical, wry, poetic lyrics. | Read more>>
Guitarist Jonathan Kreisberg

Interview with Guitarist Jonathan Kreisberg

Baltimore Chamber Jazz Society began its 28th year (congratulations, BCJS!) on December 1st, 2019 with trombonist Steve Davis’s Correlations Sextet. Next up in their Five at Five series is guitarist Jonathan Kreisberg, appearing on Sunday, January 26th, 2020 concurrently with the release of his latest album, Jonathan Kreisberg: Capturing Spirits–JKQ Live! | Read more>>
Baltimore Jazz Conference, Nov. 9 2019

BJA Launches the Baltimore Jazz Conference

Click here complete schedule information! On November 9, the Baltimore Jazz Alliance will present the first Baltimore Jazz Conference, a one-day free event seeking to share information with and between jazz artists, jazz listeners, and jazz presenters. The event is funded in great part by a Free Fall grant from BOPA; it will be held at St. | Read more>>