Entries by Noelle White


Thank You For a Great 2016!

Seasons Greetings! Our dear friends, it is with gratitude and joyous spirits that we wrap up 2016, driving into a new year. But before we share our exciting plans for 2017, let’s fall back to share what’s transpired in the past few months. Across the pond in London– Artistic Director, Sheron Wray directed and choreographed the production […]

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BlakTina Festival 2016

Check out a sneak peak of Irishia Hubbard’s “Sacred Matters” performing at the BlakTina Festival next weekend! Performing next Friday & Saturday at 7:30pm in LA! Get your tickets at www.bootlegtheater.org $15 tickets, keyword: “dancer”

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Embodiology Dance and Music Improvisation Workshop w/Joey Sellers

Joey Sellers Joins JazzXchange! New enterprises for exploration are afoot at JazzXchange. Bringing his insight from an long and impressive career of freelance trombone and piano playing, arranging and composing for big Jazz names such as Doc Severinsen and Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, Conrad Herwig, Dave Liebman, we welcome Joey Sellers to the JazzXchange family […]


We are offering a student discount for our upcoming show Jazz: The House that America Built on June 23rd! You won’t want to miss this opportunity! It’s showing one night only! Code: STU10  

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KUCI Wednesday 5-6pm

This upcoming Wednesday from 5-6pm on the radio station KUCI, Artistic Director, Sheron Wray will be interviewed about our upcoming event “Jazz: the House that America Built”. Please tune in to hear more about the programmed show and the non-profit JazzXchange!

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JazzXchange Premiere!

Jazz: The House That America Built Join us at the Camino Real Playhouse in San Juan Capistrano, CA! Envision a nation without division; this is – Jazz: The House that America Built. While many people perceive jazz as a 20th century musical phenomena, JazzXchange exists to show audiences how the art of jazz continues to […]


Today in Jazz History

Today in the California, June 7th is one of the days we get to practice and participate in our government. I hope all of you had the chance to exercise your right to vote today. On another note, here are some jazzy notes about what has happened on this particular day regarding jazz music.   […]

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Responses to the “Transformations Suite”

The Transformations Suite Composed by Samora Pinderhughes   The Transformations Suite is a composition in five movements, combining spoken word and music. Continuing in the tradition of artists such as Bob Marley, Duke Ellington, Marvin Gaye, Billie Holiday and Tupac Shakur, the suite paints a musical picture of the current state of social inequality and injustice […]