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Noted jazzman Rufus Reid is not only teaching Harvard students, but will be sharing his wisdom and musicianship with the public at two special events: a conversation with Ingrid Monson, Quincy Jones Professor of African-American Music, on Wednesday at 4 p.m. in Holden Chapel, and a tribute concert on Saturday at 8 p.m. at Sanders Theatre.

The ace of bass

Rufus Reid brings his jazz wisdom and craft to Harvard and to the public

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In a session interspersed with clips of Coltrane’s signature sound, Ingrid Monson, the Quincy Jones Professor of African-American Music, examined in detail what many observers consider the greatest jazz album of all time.

A work supreme

Master class tunes into Coltrane’s classic album ‘A Love Supreme’

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In his first year at Harvard, in 1971, Tom Everett created Harvard’s original jazz band with 10 recruits from the marching band. For the past four decades, Everett, Harvard’s Office for the Arts, and the Harvard Music Department have made jazz an important part of University life.

All that jazz

Harvard celebrates 40 years of musical performance and scholarship

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