Jazz and China
Tad Hershorn, archivist at the Institute of Jazz Studies, explores the possibilities of a thriving jazz scene in a country where the art form was once censored. Read “Can jazz thrive in China?” in the Aug. 14 edition of The Conversation.
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A drummer performs at the Beijing International Festival. Reuters