Based on the benefits of "listening to learn," the Monterey Jazz Festival's Digital Music Education Project (DMEP) features interviews with top jazz artists, including the musicians that influenced them most, their recommendations of recordings every jazz player and fan should experience, and tips they've learned on their instruments to benefit other musicians.
By sharing personal stories about the artists and recordings that influenced and shaped their musical perspectives, musicians participating in DMEP interviews provide invaluable insight into both the artists themselves and the recordings that have had a profound impact on their careers.
Browse artist interviews and biographies, influential artists and recordings, the artist advice archive, and the Monterey Jazz Festival's master class videos all in one app.
The Digital Music Education Project is part of the Monterey Jazz Festival's year-round series of world renowned Jazz Education Programs and is produced by Patrick Norager. If you have comments or questions about the DMEP, please contact him at email@example.com.
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