Entries by Ernie Rideout

SJW announces SJW Jazz Camp Online

Enrollment opens May 26. Click here for full details. SJW is happy to announce a brand-new, all-online summer jazz immersion program! Join us at SJW Jazz Camp Online this summer to learn from some of the best jazz musicians and educators in the business. You’ll improve your instrumental or vocal technique with daily master classes […]

SJW cancels 2020 Stanford Jazz Festival

In compliance with directives from Stanford University regarding cancellation of summer camps and programs, and heeding the recommendations of state and local health officials, we have come to the painful decision to cancel the 2020 Stanford Jazz Festival, concerts of which were scheduled to be held on the campus of Stanford University, between June 20 […]

SJW suspends after-school program; summer programs will proceed

Stanford Jazz Workshop’s highest priority is the health and safety of our students, their families, our patrons, and our faculty and staff. We have been closely monitoring the guidelines and protocols for protecting communities from the COVID-19 disease published by the Centers for Disease Control, Stanford University, county Health Departments, and the State of California. […]

Audition for SJW’s after-school jazz programs

Auditions begin this weekend for our Fall Giant Steps Big Band programs and Miles Ahead band programs! If you know a young musician in middle school or high school who would like to play jazz and learn to improvise after-school with some of the best young musicians in the community, please let them know about […]

SJW adopts the We Have Voice Code of Conduct for the Performing Arts

SJW is proud to partner with faculty artist Linda May Han Oh and the We Have Voice Collective to adopt their recently-released Code of Conduct for the Performing Arts, to create equitable and safer workplaces in the performing arts. SJW has always worked to make all artists, educators, students, employees, and jazz fans feel welcome, […]