The days of World War II correlated with a new and radical direction in jazz. Dissatisfied swing musicians devised a new jazz that was faster, angular, virtuosic, and dissonant. David Kunian, music curator for the New Orleans Jazz Museum, will explain how this happened and give musical examples.
Join us for a program that will highlight WWII's influence on pop culture and in particular, music.
Sponsored by AARP Louisiana.