Lectures with Larry AppelbaumJuly 26th, 2016
It was an absolute pleasure to host Larry Appelbaum at JAM MUSIC LAB and the Jewish Museum Vienna. At JAM MUSIC LAB Larry Appelbaum held a lecture on music business: “So You Made Your CD, Now What?” Here he gave practical advice on jazz career development for the institute’s students.
In connection with the exhibition Stars of David – The Sound of the 20th Century, which can be seen until October 2nd, 2016, at the Jewish Museum Vienna, Larry Appelbaum held a lecture on "Jews in Jazz“.
Following the lecture, it was a great pleasure for me to participate in the podium discussion with Werner Rosenberger and Alfred Stalzer.
Larry Appelbaum is a Senior Music Reference Specialist in the Music Division at the Library of Congress, Washington DC. As the former Supervisor of the Library’s Magnetic Recording Laboratory, he discovered the Thelonious Monk-John Coltrane Carnegie Hall tapes and transferred, edited and mastered many classical, jazz and folk recordings for commercial release. As a critic, he is a contributor to the books Jazz: The First Century (2000), The Encyclopedia of Radio (2003), and Jazz: The Smithsonian Anthology (2011). He writes regularly for JazzTimes and other magazines and websites around the world, curates a jazz film series, and is a long time radio host on WPFW-FM in Washington D.C.