Corey Mwamba

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what you did is not who you are

The saxophonist David Liebman presents an expansive and realistic perspective on the benefits of jazz education to students in the U.S. Jazz Times.

Although I have seen others write about how the craft of jazz can be applied widely through transferable skills, this is the first article of that ilk I've read that marks out something essential for me in higher education: that the things you learn at university, college and school go beyond their mere practical applications. Well worth a read.