Brubeck and jazz resources on the web
Website for Brubeck Quartet alto saxophonist Bobby Militello's jazz club, featuring a calendar of events and information on the club. The site also has links to Militello's biography, resume and discography.
Chris Brubeck's official website, which includes information and schedules about Chris' groups, The Brubeck Brothers Quartet, as well as information about his compositions and related activites. Also included is information about family members, including father Dave, and brothers Darius, Dan and Matthew.
The Brubeck Institute at the University of the Pacific
This site features information on Dave and Iola Brubeck, the Brubeck archive, an extensive photos, articles, original manuscripts, recordings and other Brubeck memorabilia, as well as information on the Institute's programs, staff and special events.
The International Association for Jazz Education
This site features more information on IAJE, which works to ensure the continued growth and development of jazz through education and outreach. The site includes specifics on upcoming and special events, workshops and programs which nurture the understanding and appreciation of jazz and its heritage. The site also features information on the IAJE Annual Conference, held each January, acknowledged as the largest annual gathering of the global jazz community.
Dave Brubeck's record label, Telarc also features many other well-known jazz artists, such as bassist Ray Brown, pianists Oscar Peterson and McCoy Tyner, as well as classical music.
This is the site of the classic jazz record label, famous in the 50's and 60's for recording artists like Hank Mobley, Lee Morgan, Herbie Hancock, and Horace Silver. Re-activated in the 1980's, Blue Note is still putting out records from some of the top names in jazz. Features a discography of every artist who led a session for Blue Note.
Downbeat is one of the oldest jazz magazines still in publication, and features reviews both recent and classic albums, biographies of artists, articles from the current issue and past issues of the magazine and list of festivals.
Jazziz is a well-known jazz magazine, started in 1984, that reports on any and all things jazz.
Jazz Times features interviews, information on new releases, and discussion forums for listeners.
The Jazz Institute of Chicago
The Jazz Institute of Chicago is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and perpetuation of jazz in all its forms.
The Chicago Jazz Archive
This jazz library is part of the University of Chicago's library system. The collection includes various jazz artifacts, including many photographs and newspaper articles. Geared towards researchers and jazz scholars.
Features reviews, and a variety of other resources from artwork of jazz players to a jazz quiz, all designed to "foster the development of an Internet Jazz community further the awareness of Jazz"
Features a jazz IQ test, comprehensive listings of new jazz CDs, jazz book reviews, and a monthly CD giveaway.
This site features in-depth biographies of jazz artists. Discusses different styles of jazz, and the differences between them. Features reviews of jazz CDs from All Music Guide. "Welcome to JazzSteps.com! Our goal is to facilitate the enjoyment and discovery of jazz music by providing the on-line community with easy access to the world of jazz."
Features reviews and in-print availability of CDs of all genres, excellent jazz section. Use the artist browser to discover new artists, this will tell you if you like x, try y. Perhaps the most comprehensive site of music reviews available.
Created in 1991, Jazz Online was the world's first commercial interactive network devoted exclusively to jazz. With original content and exclusive features that utilize interactive technologies, Jazz Online's mission strives to increase the visibility of jazz music.