- Directions to the Institute of Jazz Studies, John Cotton Dana Library, Rutgers University, Newark
Events and News:
- Jazz From The Archives - on WBGO radio
- Jazz Research Roundtable - schedule
- IJS mourns the passing of past staff member Marie Griffin on 21 November 2014
- NEW: Jazz Piano: Comtemporary Currents - Concert Series, 2014-2015 - free - Dana Library, Dana Room, 4th floor - first concert Tuesday, October 14, 2:00 - 4:00 PM
- Jazz in Newark - Panel Discussion: Photos from this recent 15-November event featuring Newark jazz legends Leo Johnson and Grachan Moncur III and author Barbara Kukla, moderated by WBGO host Gary Walker. Hosted by the Institute of Jazz Studies and co-sponsored by IJS and NJPAC as part of the James Moody Democracy of Jazz Festival - photos by Ed Berger
- Past Event: Author's talk and Concert - America's Music: Jazz in Newark by Barbara Kukla and The Leo Johnson Quartet - Thursday, September 25, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at IJS
- Jazz Archives Fellowship Program: 2014; 2013
- Berger - Carter - Fund (grants for jazz researchers) - Deadline for Applications June 29
- Restoration of the bass used by Curly Russell. Now available for viewing in the IJS Instrument Collection.
- NEW ISSUE -Journal of Jazz Studies, a new online open format journal on jazz
- IJS mourns the passing of Don Luck, 1930-2014, former IJS staff member.
- IJS mourns the passing of D. Russell Connor, 1922-2014, friend and confidant of Benny Goodman.
|- Ed Berger, retired Associate Director of IJS,has a newly published book: Softly, With Feeling: Joe Wilder and the Breaking of Barriers in American Music: Temple University Press, 2014.
- International Jazz Day organized by UNESCO, an annual event on 30 April, has identified the top Jazz artists whose music is found in libraries throughout the world. All are strongly represented in the IJS archive.
- Related site - US State Department Jazz Ambassadors Embrace the World, a jazz exhibit by Meridian Internationsl Center (IJS among the collaborators)
- The Institute of Jazz Studies has completed work on a grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) to arrange and describe the collections of five women in jazz:
Wilma Dobie, Ella Fitzgerald, Abbey Lincoln, Annie Ross and Victoria Spivey.
These 5 collections are newly archived and available to jazz researchers.
- Past Events - Concert Series
- Institute of Jazz Studies Receives Literary Landmark Designation from the New Jersey Center for the Book - The ceremony - October 23, 2013 at John Cotton Dana Library, Rutgers University, Newark - included the first concert of the Great American Songbook Concert Series featuring Daryl Sherman, piano, Joe Temperley, baritone sax, and Boots Maleson, bass.
- World's Largest Jazz Archive Housed at Rutgers - Video introduction to the Institute of Jazz Studies, Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey
- Click here for a tour of the Institute in a Photo Blog -similar to a tour on-site
Special Digital Exhibits:
Jazz Greats Exhibits