[JPL] IAJE info

Eric Jackson eric-jackson at comcast.net
Tue Oct 17 12:18:00 EDT 2006


On Tuesday 17 October 2006 11:56, Tom Mallison wrote:

> My understanding is that things begin Wednesday around 6 PM and then the
> Concert.  Registration is open most of the day on Wednesday.  Looking
> forward to seeing you.  I am coming in on Tuesday afternoon late so I can
> catch a Broadway matinee Wednesday afternoon before all of the convention
> really kicks off big time.  ALOHA  Tom

Hi Tom,

That seems like the way it was last year. I don't think I'll come until 
Wednesday. It will save me a day in the hotel and I won't have to take off 
Tuesday night from work.

Eric Jackson
8 pm - mid Mon - Thurs
WGBH Boston
89.7 FM
www.wgbh.org/jazz 



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> > Subject: [JPL] IAJE info
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> > Does any one have any info on the schedule for IAJE? I'm trying to book
>
> my
>
> > hotel and I'm trying to figure out if I should arrive on the 9th or 10th.
> > Will there be activities for non-officers during the day on Wednesday or
>
> will
>
> > the official opening be about 6 pm with evening concerts scheduled? If
>
> that's
>
> > the case, I don't need to arrive until Wednesday the 10th but if there
>
> are AM
>
> > sessions on the 10th, I think I'd like to arrive on the 9th. Anybody have
>
> any
>
> > information?
> >
> > Eric Jackson
> > 8 pm - mid Mon - Thurs
> > WGBH Boston
> > 89.7 FM
> > www.wgbh.org/jazz
> > -------------------------------------------
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> > This week's sponsor:  Russ Kassoff - ''SOMEWHERE'' (2006) - RHK JAZZ 
> >
> > -------------------------------------------
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>
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> speaks volumes about Kassoff’s unequivocal artistry, which is splendidly
> showcased on SOMEWHERE'' (Jack Bowers-AAJ).  After almost 40 years as a
> professional musician, KASSOFF's first album as a leader features his
> serene beauty, intriguing style, and vivid concepts as an outstanding
> composer and gifted improviser. With MARTIN WIND (bass) and TIM HORNER
> (drums), ''SOMEWHERE is vibrant, compelling, and destined to become an
> essential component of collections that favor jazz trios'' (Paula
> Edelstein-AMG).  ''Performed with class and a fine touch'' (Marion
> McPartland), ''SOMEWHERE is a masterpiece'' (Bucky Pizzarelli). ''I loved
> the Kassoff CD. It's a beautiful recording. Russ is a hell of a good piano
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>
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>
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>
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>
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> This week's sponsor:  Russ Kassoff - ''SOMEWHERE'' (2006) - RHK JAZZ 
>
> -------------------------------------------
>
> ''It goes without saying that FRANK SINATRA could have enlisted the
> services of any accompanist he wanted. The fact that he chose RUSS KASSOFF
> speaks volumes about Kassoff’s unequivocal artistry, which is splendidly
> showcased on SOMEWHERE'' (Jack Bowers-AAJ).  After almost 40 years as a
> professional musician, KASSOFF's first album as a leader features his
> serene beauty, intriguing style, and vivid concepts as an outstanding
> composer and gifted improviser. With MARTIN WIND (bass) and TIM HORNER
> (drums), ''SOMEWHERE is vibrant, compelling, and destined to become an
> essential component of collections that favor jazz trios'' (Paula
> Edelstein-AMG).  ''Performed with class and a fine touch'' (Marion
> McPartland), ''SOMEWHERE is a masterpiece'' (Bucky Pizzarelli). ''I loved
> the Kassoff CD. It's a beautiful recording. Russ is a hell of a good piano
> player.'' (Dave McKenna) 
> WITH A NEW RESPECT FOR THE MEANING OF ''4TH QUARTER'' 
> FROM A RADIO PROGRAMMER'S PERSPECTIVE,
> YOUR EMBRACE AND PERSONAL ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF ''SOMEWHERE'' DO ME GREAT
> HONOR. Sincerely, Russ.
>  
> Available on-line:  www.cdbaby.com/kassoff and at Tower Records - Lincoln
> Center, NY 
> FOR FALL ITINERARY,  UPDATED BIO, PRESS RELEASE, PHOTOS and more, please
> visit www.russkassoff.com/somewhere 
> For more information, interviews, etc. -- please contact:
> kate at katesmithpromotions.com
>
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