James Hudson’s debut album TOMORROW is out this February – read all about the latest project from the ex-NYJO vocalist here!
NYJO and Trinity Laban pledge to support each other to ensure diversity, inclusivity and accessibility within jazz education.
Check out this NYJO version of the timeless bebop classic “A Night in Tunisia”, recorded during the UK’s nationwide lockdown in the summer of 2020.
For our first Pioneer Profile entry of 2021, we discuss the boss of Bebop, Dizzy Gillespie.
Happy New Year! Before we look forward to 2021, we decided to take a look back at what has been quite a 12 months!
It’s the NYJO Christmas playlist for 2020! (And there’s absolutely no Mariah Carey in sight!)
We’re back with another Pioneer Profile! This time its McCoy Tyner, a cornerstone of John Coltrane’s groundbreaking 1960s quartet and one of the most influential pianists in jazz history.
With December marking the centennial of Dave Brubeck’s birth, we felt it the perfect time to make the legendary pianist/composer the focus of our latest entry to ‘Pioneer Profiles’.
Two keys members of the NYJO family will be joining the board of trustees for the Jazz Promotion Network!
The Ivors Composer Awards 2020 | NYJO Alumn Charlie Bates Wins Best “Jazz Composition for Large Ensemble”
NYJO Alumn, Charlie Bates, wins Ivors Composer Award for “Crepuscule” recorded with NYJO back in Sept ’19.