Nov. 5, 2007
The Columbia/Harlem Jazz Project, a collaboration between Columbia's Center for Jazz Studies and several upper Manhattan arts organizations, presents leading jazz artists in a series of public programs in and around the Harlem community. On November 10, the fourth concert in this two-year-long series featured Sam Rivers and his Orchestra at the Marian Anderson Theater at Aaron Davis Hall. This video highlights the partnerships that have created the Columbia/Harlem Jazz Project and continue to bring campus and community together around upper Manhattan to hear jazz greats like Rivers. (1:48)
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