Thad Jones, Clark Terry, and James Williams:
The Living Jazz Archives in Word,
Performance, and Photographs
The Living Jazz Archives at William Paterson University houses the collections of three of the jazz world’s iconic peformers: Thad Jones, founding director of the University’s Jazz Studies Program; Clark Terry, legendary trumpeter and long-standing jazz faculty member; and James Williams, the late pianist, music educator, and director of the University’s Jazz Studies Program from 1999 until his untimely death in 2004. The collection features annotated scores of these and other composer-performers as well as recordings and a copious visual archive of photographs and posters.
Please plan to join us for this exploration of jazz history in word, performance, and photographs made available through the Living Jazz Archives.
Date: Sunday, December 2, 2012
Time: 2:00 p.m.
Location: Cheng Library Auditorium
Admission is free
Light Refreshments to follow.
Sponsored by Friends of the Cheng Library of William Paterson University
For additional information about this event, please call the Cheng Library at 973.720.2113.
Directions can be found at www.wpunj.edu/directories/directions-and-map.dot