ALSO: Virtual performances by the Miró Quartet, Theatre Pro Rata, Theater Mu and more.
ALSO: Judy Olausen: “Mother” at Norway House; “Napoleon Dynamite”: A Conversation with Jon Heder, Efren Ramirez and Jon Gries at the Ordway; and more.
ALSO: First Tuesday with Dean Magraw and Davu Seru at Black Dog; Sam Miltich Plays Jazz Guitar Favorites at Crooners; and more.
“All of the money collected at the door will go to a scholarship fund in Irv’s name for one of the students in the Dakota Combo at MacPhail,” said Dakota owner Lowell Pickett.
Beginning in June, Miltich will tour Minnesota with a conversation-and-performance project titled “The Improvised Life: Exploring Intersections of Mental Health and Creativity Through Jazz.”
The neural differences may explain why jazz and classically trained musicians tend to excel in their own style of music, and why it’s rare to find someone who has mastered both, researchers say.
Six years ago, jazz trumpeter John Raymond went to New York to make his name. He tells us what he’s learned since then in advance of his Thursday show at the Dakota.