Tag Archives: Phil Dunlap

2013 Gala Video

This video, which was shown at the 2013 Jazz St. Louis Gala “Hot Sax, Cool Night,” was generously produced by 2013 Gala Co-Chair Josephine Weil.

Jazz St. Louis Residency Podcast #1 – An Interview with Sherman Irby

[audio:https://jazzstl.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/JazzUPodcast_Sherman-Irby.mp3|titles=JazzUPodcast_Sherman Irby] Director of Education Phil Dunlap and JazzU instructor Andy Ament sit down with saxophonist Sherman Irby to discuss his upcoming Jazz St. Louis Residency and performances at Jazz at the Bistro. Irby is one of three residency artists this year that will come to St. Louis for a full week and work with […]

Phil Dunlap’s 15 Favorite Jazz Albums

When I was asked to participate in choosing my top 15 jazz records, I really had to stop and think. There are so many great albums out there….I would surely be able to come up with 15, right? But when I really started mulling over my potential list, I realized that the task would be […]

Legacy Jazz Quintet

Led by pianist and Jazz St. Louis Director of Education Phil Dunlap, the Legacy Jazz Quintet brings together many of the finest players in the St. Louis area. In the mold of the classic quintets of Miles Davis, Cannonball Adderly, and Horace Silver, this band celebrates the hard bop sounds of the 1950s and 60s. […]

Jazz St. Louis Podcast #14 – An Interview With Houston Person

[audio:http://72.47.249.21/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/JAZZSTL_HPERSON.mp3] Take a few minutes to learn more about the artists that are part of Jazz St. Louis’ 2009-2010 Season. These interviews will give you insight into the interests and influences of our artist roster. This podcast features legendary saxophonist and St. Louis favorite Houston Person, interview by Jazz St. Louis’ Bob Bennett and Phil […]

Jazz St. Louis Podcast #13 – An Interview With Mulgrew Miller

[audio:http://72.47.249.21/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/Mulgrew-Miller-Interview-090909.mp3] Take a few minutes to learn more about the artists that are part of Jazz St. Louis’ 2009-2010 Season. These interviews will give you insight into the interests and influences of our artist roster. This podcast features renowned pianist Mulgrew Miller, interviewed by Jazz St. Louis’ Director of Education Phil Dunlap. Click here to […]

Jazz Goes to Afghanistan

Greetings!  Earlier this month I spent a week in Kabul, Afghanistan in a joint program between the US State Department and American Voices (www.americanvoices.org).  This program, called Jazz Bridges, uses jazz music to bridge the cultural gap between cultures and is an extension of what I do here at Jazz St. Louis. The St. Louis […]

Application Deadline for the 2009-2010 JazzU and Jazz St. Louis All-Star Programs is this Friday, May 15!!

This is a reminder to all students audition for the 2009-2010 JazzU and Jazz St. Louis All-Stars programs.  The application deadline is this Friday, May 15!  Late applications will be considered if space is available.  See my previous blog post for audition materials and details.  Questions can be directed to me at phil@jazzstl.org or by […]

2009-2010 JazzU and Jazz St. Louis All-Stars Auditions

Jazz St. Louis is proud to announce auditions for the 2009-2010 JazzU and Jazz St. Louis All-Stars program!  Auditions will be held beginning at 4 pm, Monday June 1 and Monday June 8. Auditions will take place at Jazz at the Bistro where applicants will perform with a house rhythm section. Both programs offer a […]

Director of Education, Phil Dunlap, Discusses Jazz and Classical Music At the Saint Louis Symphony

Join Jazz St Louis’ director of education, Phil Dunlap at Powell Symphony Hall on Wednesday, February 18, 2009.  The program features a pre-concert talk at 6 pm by Dunlap entitled “Jazz Influences” where discussion will center on specific ways classical composers have been influenced by jazz music.  Then at 7 pm, the On Stage series […]

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