Music Minus Road Maps

It might come across as highly experimental and without form, but Rachel Musson’s improvisations on the sax are the result of intense study and musical flexibility. Preferring the tenor in the sax family, Rachel is partial to her first instrument: a 1918 Conn with a sound that she claims is unrivaled by modern instruments. When... Continue Reading →

Deelee Dubé Finds a Sass of Her Own

Sarah Vaughan – “Sassy” to the jazz world – is known for her raw emotion, style, rich tones and magical alchemy. Scores of vocalists find her inspirational to the point of meticulously studying her music to develop their own style. In October 2017, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center welcomes her devotees at their Sixth... Continue Reading →

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