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Why the New Orleans tradition is the best starting point for exploring jazz.
The New Orleans trumpet man lifts his horn to his face. He casually sounds a short call and …
The Faubourg Variations
A 2018 grant from Chamber Music America (CMA) supporting new works in jazz gave me a valuable opportunity …
Clarinet Road’s First Band Workshop
It was a glorious Sunday morning in late-March, typical for that time of year. The "Flying Jazzman's" musicians …
Clarinet Road During Festival Season
TKFor Clarinet Road, do you want to know the best thing about Carnival Season? It's that the New …
Evan has been a generous and effective mentor to me for several years. He’s a professional in every sense with communication skills that show he's listening. His passion for New Orleans jazz and its greats is infectious and make me want to practice more!
Evan intuitively recognizes very individual struggles. In my case, having relied heavily on transcriptions of the greats, he showed me ways to unlock my creative potential, building upon what I already had under my fingers!"
As a jazz saxophonist born in New Orleans, when it was time to deal with the legacy of Sidney Bechet, I knew I wanted to work with Evan. His open view of the tradition gives him a deep understanding of the style's creators because he hears them in a contemporary way."
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