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Vocal Ens. & COVID-19

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Jazz Ed, Race, & Justice

 Jazz Education as a Force for Racial Understanding, Healing, & Justice Recommended Reading List Join JEN officers Todd Stoll (President), Sean Jones (President-elect), and Lonnie Davis (Secretary) as they discuss how jazz educators can be leading voices for racial equity within their schools and local communities. Plus a Q & A with the Facebook […]

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Access to Title IV-A Funds

Access to Title IV-A and C.A.R.E.S. Act Funds: Build a Stronger Music Program Download Handout Whether teaching remotely or in the classroom, you have goals to meet the needs of your kids. A lack of funding shouldn’t stop you from achieving them! To support your mission, Heather Mansell, Yamaha Marketing Manager, and David Jewell, Manager […]

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The Balancing Act

The Balancing Act: Balancing the Professional & The Personal Presented by the New York Voices Join The New York Voices – Kim Nazarian, Peter Eldridge, Darmon Meader, & Lauren Kinhan – as they present a special webinar about finding balance between our professional and personal lives. The group discusses: Balancing performance, parenting, and relationships with an […]

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Getting Started: Logic Pro X

Getting Started with Logic Pro X: Tips & Tricks For Music Educators Join music producer, jazz educator, & JEN Membership Manager Jesse Nolan for a no-frills, “back-to-basics” session focused on Logic Pro X. Jesse demonstrates: Setting up a project Using tools like scissors, flex-time, pencil, glue, fade, automation Recording basics Editing basics MIDI basics Mixing basics Helpful […]

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