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The North Shore Jazz Project (NSJP) started in November of 2009 to help revive the North Shore of Boston as a jazz oasis

The North Shore Jazz Project (NSJP) started in November of 2009 to help revive the North Shore of Boston as a jazz oasis

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  • The North Shore Jazz Project Our Mission To create an environment on the North Shore where music education, performance and appreciation can flourish.www.northshorejazzproject.org NSJP 1
  • Our educational programming is supported by:  Concert ticket sales  Business Sponsorships  Foundation support  Public Donationswww.northshorejazzproject.org NSJP 2
  • In two years since our founding, we have presented dozens of high school workshops and concerts reaching thousands of students across the North Shore. Here’s a few….. “Inspiring, rewarding and enriching. The kids were buzzing in the hallway after hearing this band.” - Joe Picano, Fine Arts Director, Lynn Public Schoolswww.northshorejazzproject.org NSJP 3 View slide
  • Roomful of Blues March 2011 Concert & High School Workshop “OMG. What an opportunity to play and learn from one of the best blues bands around.” - - Ipswich High School studentwww.northshorejazzproject.org NSJP 4 View slide
  • Ipswich High School Concert & Workshop w/Berklee College of Music Urban Ensemble December 2010 “The workshop was a high point for our students. There was more teaching being done without ever exchanging a word.” - Jerry Dolan, Music Directorwww.northshorejazzproject.org Ipswich High NSJP 5
  • Gloucester High School Concert & Workshop April 2011 “After this workshop my kids were inspired to go practice.” - David Benjamin, Gloucester Middle School The North Shore JAZZ PROJECT creates an environment on the North Shore where music education, performance and appreciation can flourish. http://youtu.be/VgHYlBL1A8Mwww.northshorejazzproject.org NSJP 6
  • Art & Music collide at Raw Arts in Lynn “When asked what was great about the workshop the teens responded, The music! Playing the drums. Hands-on activities! Education about other cultures. A good mix of music and art!”. -Kathe Swaback, Program Director, Raw Art Workswww.northshorejazzproject.org NSJP 7
  • Kids teach Kids in Beverly  Rockport High wunderkind Alek Razdan and his sax- playing dad present an ear training clinic at a Jazz Club in Beverly. “Peer mentorship has been key to the Jazz Projects success.” - Henry Ferrini, co-founder Sponsored by Chianti’s Jazz Club Loungewww.northshorejazzproject.org NSJP 8
  • Mike Tucker and Danny Harrington Clinics NSJP brings Boston’s best educators to the North Shore. “Mike Tucker is the best player around and an awesome teacher.” - Christian Conti Masconomet Regional High School Topsfield, MAwww.northshorejazzproject.org NSJP 9
  • http://northshorejazzproject.org/blog/category/nsjp-all-stars/www.northshorejazzproject.org NSJP 10
  • North Shore Jazz Project All Stars are made up of more than talented musicians from Marblehead, Beverly, Gloucester, Boxford, Swampscott, Lynn, Ipswich and Georgetown NSJP awards it’s first scholarship to Jazz Camp.www.northshorejazzproject.org NSJP 11
  • All Stars Kick off Salem Jazz & Soul Festival August 2011 Mike, (right) grew up in Danvers and was educated at Berklee and NEC. He is an accomplished composer, arranger and mult-instrumentalist whose music takes Mike Tucker him around the world. NSJP All Stars artistic directorwww.northshorejazzproject.org NSJP 12
  • Lennie Sogoloff and Sandy Berman brought jazz to the North Shore creating a deep history. Read their history here. The North Shore Jazz Project is their NSJP legacy. Our shows feature local and upcoming national talent. Signature Concert features...www.northshorejazzproject.org NSJP 13
  • The Three Cohens Anat Friday, November 11, 2011 This wonder reedwoman takes her many Sponsorships are instruments, two brothers and pan-Latin available for this swing to the Shalin Liu Performance Center show. in Rockport.www.northshorejazzproject.org NSJP 14
  • Past concerts have included bringing Downbeat Poll winner Joe Lovano to the Back Stage Bistro at the North Shore Music Theater.www.northshorejazzproject.org NSJP 15
  • Concert venues include: Chianti’s Jazz Lounge, the Barn at Castle Hill, Gloucester Maritime Heritage Center, Archer Hall and the Back Stage Bistro. Crane Estate in Ipswich J. Geils and Harry Allen brought 250 folks to their feet at our second annual concert at this magnificent location the grounds of the Crane Estate in Ipswich.www.northshorejazzproject.org NSJP 16
  • We bring Boston’s best to local venues...www.northshorejazzproject.org NSJP 17
  • More of Boston’s Best…www.northshorejazzproject.org NSJP 18
  • NSJP Founders & Board members Chava Hudson NSJP is a 501(c) 3 non-profit corporation. Henry Ferrini The NSJP was co-founded by Henry Ferrini, a filmmaker and musician who has been documenting the jazz scene on the North Shore since the 70’s. Ferrini and co-founder Chava Hudson attracted Board Members from around the North Shore who work in business, education and the arts. Each member brings a special enthusiasm to the Project resulting in programs that impact thousands of North Shore youth.www.northshorejazzproject.org NSJP 19
  • The North Shore JAZZ PROJECT creates an environment on the North Shore where music education, performance and appreciation can flourish. The Jazz Project is hard at work contributing to music education and culture. We need your support. Thank you.www.northshorejazzproject.org NSJP 20