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March 31, 2015

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Website: Find CJF at www.californiajazzfoundation.org.

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The California Jazz Foundation is a nonprofit organization created to aid and assist California jazz musicians in crisis.  We are committed to providing access to quality social and economic services for all eligible applicants.  We do so through a team of caring, knowledgeable professionals in collaboration with community partners.

 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Peggy Barber
Bob Barry

Edythe L. Bronston, Esq.

Richard Clayman

Carl Coan
Paul F. Cohen, Esq. 
Peter Gurfein 

Linda Knipe
Dominic LoBuglio, CPA
Greg Porée
Richard Ritz
Kirk Silsbee
Richard A. Williams, M.D.
Mary I. Wilson
Jeffrey Winston

ADVISORY BOARD

Barbara J. Brighton

Kenny Burrell
John Clayton
Buddy Collette *

Myrna Daniels

Kenny Dennis 

Hal Espinosa
David M. Frisch, M.D.
Terry Gibbs
E. J. Gold

Charley Harrison
Peter Himmelman
Hanne Johnson

George Kahn
Joseph Kahn, M.D.

Hon. Arnold Levin (Ret.)
Stephen Maitland-Lewis

Mike Melvoin*

Phil Norman
Mike Peak
Catalina Popescu
Dr. Bobby Rodriguez

Joe Rothman

Phil Seymour
Vince Trombetta
April Williams

 

* In Memoriam 


    

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Did you know?
According to a 2003 study of the jazz industry in 4 metropolitan areas, by the Research Center for Arts and Culture in cooperation with the National Endowment for the Arts, almost 66% of San Francisco jazz musicians earned less than $7,000 per year. Our difficult economy continues to pose ever increasing challenges for jazz artists in all communities. Older musicians often have no social security (and thus, no free medicare) and are either uninsured or underinsured; some see no residuals from important work they did in their productive years. Younger musicians have difficulty sustaining careers in jazz due to the closing of venues and the way in which music is now marketed. As a whole, this population lives on the "edge" with little or no social services available to them.



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As a charitable nonprofit organization, the California Jazz Foundation relies on membership and support not only from jazz lovers but all those who value the arts!  Your membership and/or donation is fully tax-deductible.


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