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JAZZ PORTRAITS: 2000–2010

Courtesy of the Journal of Jazz Studes. The images collected here, unless otherwise indicated, are all from events in the New York City area.

Musicians featured in this collection of Ed Berger’s photographs include Eric Alexander, Geri Allen, Billy Bang, Eddie Bert, Ray Bryant, Candido, Ron Carter, Marc Cary, Dave Douglas, Kurt Elling, Ned Goold, Wycliffe Gordon, Henry Grimes, Chico Hamilton, Roy Hargrove, Barry Harris, Jon Hendricks, Fred Hersch, Ingrid Jensen, Howard Johnson, Kidd Jordan, Teo Macero, Russell Malone, Branford Marsalis, Christian McBride, Grachan Moncur III, Paul Motian, Nicki Parrott, Les Paul, Jeremy Pelt, Houston Person, Riza Printup, Dizzy Reece, Eric Reed, Sam Rivers, Scott Robinson, Fred Staton, George Wein, Frank Wess, Joe Wilder, and Jackie Williams.

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The Journal of Jazz Studies (JJS) is published by the Institute of Jazz Studies at the Newark campusof Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. The editors of JJS are Edward Berger, HenryMartin, and Dan Morgenstern; the managing editor is Evan Spring. JJS is hosted online by the Rutgers University Libraries at http://jjs.libraries.rutgers.edu.

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Edward Berger

The images collected here, unless otherwise indicated, are all from events in the New York City area. Those from 2006 and earlier were made on film using Leica 35mm or Pentax medium format equipment. All images from 2007 and after were made using Nikon digital cameras. I would like to thank Jack Kleinsinger, longtime producer of the Highlights in Jazz concert series; Loren Schoenberg of the Jazz Museum in Harlem and Tim McHenry of the Rubin Museum of Art, producers of the Harlem in the Himalayas concert series; and Lynne Mueller of the Jazz Ministry at St. Peter’s Church for allowing me to photograph at their events.

Musicians featured in this collection of Ed Berger’s photographs include Eric Alexander, Geri Allen, Billy Bang, Eddie Bert, Ray Bryant, Candido, Ron Carter, Marc Cary, Dave Douglas, Kurt Elling, Ned Goold, Wycliffe Gordon, Henry Grimes, Chico Hamilton, Roy Hargrove, Barry Harris, Jon Hendricks, Fred Hersch, Ingrid Jensen, Howard Johnson, Kidd Jordan, Teo Macero, Russell Malone, Branford Marsalis, Christian McBride, Grachan Moncur III, Paul Motian, Nicki Parrott, Les Paul, Jeremy Pelt, Houston Person, Riza Printup, Dizzy Reece, Eric Reed, Sam Rivers, Scott Robinson, Fred Staton, George Wein, Frank Wess, Joe Wilder, and Jackie Williams.

Thanks, also, to the musicians for their indulgence. In order to limit the file size, these photos are intended for online viewing at normal screen size. Anyone wanting to purchase prints may contact at eberger4@verizon.net.

EDWARD BERGER recently retired after three decades at the Institute of Jazz Studies (IJS) to pursue freelance writing and photography. He is a regular contributor to JazzTimes as both writer and photographer, and author or coauthor of three works in the Scarecrow Press/IJS Studies in Jazz series: Benny Carter: A Life in American Music; Bassically Speaking: An Oral History of George Duvivier; and Reminiscing in Tempo: The Life and Times of a Jazz Hustler, the memoirs of producer Teddy Reig. His photographs have appeared in many periodicals as well as on recordings by such artists as Benny Carter, Phil Woods, Frank Wess, Quincy Jones, and Ray Bryant. He is currently working on a biodiscography of trumpeter Joe Wilder.