Offsite Event--Blue Note at 75: Panel Discussion: Blue Note at 75: A Jazz Conversation
This discussion with Mosaic Records founder Michael Cuscuna and pianist Jason Moran examines the legacy of Blue Note Records, and the impact of the label and its 75-year history on American music and culture. This event is NOT at the Kennedy Center.
This event is NOT taking place at the Kennedy Center
- Sat., May 10, 2014, 2:00 PM
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Panel Discussion: Blue Note at 75: A Jazz Conversation
Library of Congress
Thomas Jefferson Building, Whittall Pavilion
10 First St., SE
Moderated by Larry Appelbaum, Senior Music Specialist, Library of Congress, this panel discussion examines the legacy of Blue Note Records, and the impact of the label and its 75-year history on American music and culture. The panel features Michael Cuscuna, President and Co-founder of Mosaic Records, and Jason Moran, Kennedy Center Artistic Advisor for Jazz. Following the discussion, author Dan Ouellette and Blue Note Chairman Emeritus Bruce Lundvall will sign copies of the book Bruce Lundvall: Playing by Ear (ArtistShare), which recounts the remarkable nearly 50-year story of Lundvall's career in the recording industry.
This event is FREE, no tickets required. For more information, visit the Library of Congress's website or call (202) 707-5502 or (202) 707-8432.
This event, produced by the Library of Congress, is officially recognized as part of the Kennedy Center Blue Note at 75 celebration.