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The Modern All-Stars: A Newport Jazz Festival Special

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Hear a power hour of all-stars with some of the best sets to come out of the modern era of the Newport Jazz Festival, featuring Herbie Hancock, Roy Hargrove, C├ęcile McLorin Salvant and more.

The Modern All-Stars: A Newport Jazz Festival Special

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The Stars Shine: A Newport Jazz Festival Special

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Hear historic music from the Newport Jazz Festival, hand-picked by Christian McBride. Tune in to rare sets from Ray Charles, Cannonball Adderley, Sarah Vaughan, Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong.

The Stars Shine: A Newport Jazz Festival Special

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The Golden Age: A Newport Jazz Festival Special

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Hear an unforgettable lineup of music from the Newport Jazz Festival, hand-picked by Christian McBride. Check out rare sets from the Clifford Brown/Max Roach Quintet, Dave Brubeck and Horace Silver.

The Golden Age: A Newport Jazz Festival Special

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Watch Party: The Joshua Redman Quartet's 'RoundAgain' Reunion Concert

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Before Joshua Redman, Brad Mehldau, Christian McBride and Brian Blade recorded their new studio album, RoundAgain, they recorded this special hour-long concert video.

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Playing Music Together Online Is Not As Simple As It Seems

For musicians who want to play together while following social distancing guidelines, the solution goes beyond a Zoom call. Pianist Dan Tepfer leads us down the technological rabbit hole.

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Premiere: Watch Jazzmeia Horn's Final Live Performance Before The Pandemic

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Join us to watch jazz vocalist and songwriter Jazzmeia Horn give her last in-person concert before the pandemic shuttered music venues in March 2020.

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Inspired By Injustice, Wynton Marsalis Reflects On His Music

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Host Christian McBride and trumpeter/composer Wynton Marsalis reflect on Marsalis' studio recordings that address injustices and speak about the role music plays in speaking truth to power.

Inspired By Injustice, Wynton Marsalis Reflects On His Music

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Michela Marino Lerman And Russell Hall: Alone Together Duets

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Tap dancer Michela Marino Lerman and bassist Russell Hall rattle our senses with a performance evoking the soundscapes of protests taking place in cities across America.

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The Law Police Used To Discriminate Against Musicians Of Color

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The New York Police Department kept musicians of color from the stage for almost three decades by revoking their cabaret cards, a license required to perform for pay in nightclubs.

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Camille Thurman And Darrell Green: Alone Together Duets

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Saxophonist Camille Thurman and drummer Darrell Green "Stand Tall" in their Alone Together Duet.