Jazz Research Papers, Reports And Freedom Of Information Requests

This section is in chronological order and deals with reports and research papers on jazz, music and organisations

National Endowment for the Arts Research Report 31 Scott DeVeaux

Author” Scott DeVeaux

Publisher: National Endowment for the Arts

1995

A Policy for Jazz in England

The Arts Council published a policy for the support of jazz in 1996 and then 4 years later it was abandoned  In Paragraph 62 ot the policy the Arts Council say clearly that they will implement the policy over five years, yet when it was dropped there was no evaluation by the Arts Council of their activities in implementing the policy and how much of what they intended had been achieved.

Author: Arts Council England

Publisher: Arts Council England

1996

The Duke’s Man – Ellington, Shakespeare and Jazz Adaptation

Author: Terence Hawkes

2004

Learning Jazz Improvisation

Phd Thesis

Kathy Dyson

2006

The Jazz Economy Parts 1, 2 and 3

Jazz UK in three consecutive issues; September/October 2004, November/December 2004 and January /February 2005 published an in depth survey of the jazz scene in Britain. The contributors were Brian Blain, Emma Kendon, Peter Vacher, Pete Martin,Godfrey Pratt and John Fordham. I have reproduced the reports here. The report was subtitled a “A Labour of Love.”

Authors: Brian Blain, Emma Kendon, Peter Vacher, Pete Martin,Godfrey Pratt and John Fordham.

Publisher: Jazz UK

September/October 2004, November/December 2004 and January /February 2005

The Value Of Jazz In Britain

Authors: Mykaell Riley and Dave Laing

Publisher: Jazz Services

December 2006

A Brief History of British Jazz Women

Authors: Dr Catherine Parsonage and Dr Kathy Dyson

Publisher: Fondazione Adkins Chiti Donne in Musica

2007

Jazz Services Media Report

Authors: Mykaell Riley and Dave Laing

Publisher: Jazz Services

2009

Value Of Jazz In Britain II

Authors: Mykaell Riley and Dave Laing

Publisher: Jazz Services

October 2010

A Literature Review of the Jazz Audience

Author: Produced by Bijan Warner

Publisher: The Jazz Education Network

August 2010

Letter of complaint to the BBC regarding Andrew Marr and his comments on jazz on 13th March 2011

https://www.theguardian.com/media/mediamonkeyblog/2012/jan/31/andrew-marr-clarkson

Author: Chris Hodgkins

Publisher: Complaints In Wonderland

August 2013

Jazz in the Media 

Author: Hester Briggs

Publisher: Jazz Services

September 2012

Rhythm Changes Statistical Overview Of Five Partner Countries

Authors: Edited by Tony Whyton and Christa Bruckner-Haring

Publisher: Institute for Jazz Research,
University of Music and Performing Arts Graz

2013

Changes in the attendance of young adults at jazz events

Author: Chris Hodgkins

Publisher: Arts Marketing An International Journal – Emerald

March 2013

Working Lives In Black British Jazz

Authors: Mark Banks, Jill Ebrey and Jason Toynbee

Publisher: Open University

April 2014

Jazz Heritage Wales Annual Review 2016

Author: Jen Wilson

Publisher: Jazz Heritage Wales

2016

Freedom of Information request and reply 7th June 2016

FOI Arts Council England Grants for the arts applications and investment in Music and its sub-classifiers from 1 April 2012 – 31 March 2016

Author: Chris Hodgkins

Author: Arts Council England

Freedom of Information Request

2016

Freedom of Information request regarding the Arts Council’s long term strategic approach to jazz and the Arts Council’s approach will mean a stronger future for jazz

Author: Chris Hodgkins

Author: Arts Council England

Freedom of Information Request

September 2016

Freedom of Information request regarding costs, personnel and tendering process for Arts Council England’s analysis of its investment in large scale opera and ballet

Author: Redacted

Author: Arts Council England

Freedom of Information Request

November 2016

25 Years of the London Jazz Festival

Authors:Emma Webster and George McKay

Publisher: University of East Anglia

2017

Jazz Heritage Wales Annual Review 2017

Author: Jen Wilson

Publisher: Jazz Heritage Wales

2017

British Council Freedom of Information Enquiry 30th January 2018 to the 13th March 2018

Author: Chris Hodgkins

Author: British Council

Freedom of Information Request

January/March 2018

Department for Exiting the European Union. Freedom of Information request 26th January 2018

Department for Exiting the European Union. Freedom of Information reply 23rd February 2018

Department for Exiting the European Union. Freedom of Information reply 23rd March 2018

Department for Exiting the European Union. Freedom of Information reply 24th April 2018

Department for Exiting the European Union. Freedom of Information reply 16th August 2018

Author: Chris Hodgkins

Author: Department for Exiting the European Union

Freedom of Information Request

January 2018

Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisations for jazz 2014-2018

Author: Chris Hodgkins

Publisher: Complaints In Wonderland

23rd January 2018

Experimental Culture A horizon scan commissioned by Arts Council England

Author: NESTA

Contributors and authors: Harry Armstrong
Hasan Bakhshi, John Davies, Georgia Ward Dyer, Paul Gerhardt
Celia Hannon, Svetlana Karadimova, Sam Mitchell,Francesca Sanderson.

Publisher: Arts Council England

March 2018

Response to the Creative Industries Sector Deal 2nd April 2018

Author: Chris Hodgkins

Publisher: Complaints In Wonderland

2nd April 2018

Arts Council England funding of National Portfolio Organisations for 2014 to 2022

Author: Chris Hodgkins

Publisher: Complaints In Wonderland

27th June 2018

Arts Council England – The Next Ten Years – The Conversation, Discussing a future strategy for arts, museums, libraries 2020 to 2030 8.4.2018

Author: Chris Hodgkins

Publisher: Complaints In Wonderland

8th April 2018

UK Music letter to Arts Council England 9th April 2018

Author: Michael Dugher

Publisher: UK Music

9th April 2018

Observations on streaming

Author: Chris Hodgkins

Publisher: Online Music Business Resource

21st April 2018

Public investment in jazz 2012 to 2022

Author: Chris Hodgkins

Publisher: Online Music Business Resource

28th August 2018

Jazz Heritage Wales Annual Review 2018

Author: Jen Wilson

Publisher: Jazz Heritage Wales

2018

Jazz Heritage Wales Annual Review 2019

Author: Jen Wilson

Publisher: Jazz Heritage Wales

2019

Chris Hodgkins International Quartet Tour May 2019 Audience Statistics

Author: Chris Hodgkins

Publisher: Online Music Business Resource

24th June 2019

Counting the Music Industry: The Gender Gap. A study of gender inequality in the UK Music Industry

Autor:Vick Bain

Publisher: Vick Bain/Music Week

October 2019

Jazz Heritage Wales Annual Review 2020

Author:Deborah Checkland

Publisher: Jazz Heritage Wales

2020

Keychanges at Cheltenham Jazz Festival: Challenges for women musicians in jazz and ways forward for equal representation at jazz festivals

Author: Sarah Raine

Publisher: M3C (AHRC) funded Creative Economy Engagement Fellowship, undertaken in partnership with Cheltenham Jazz Festivals.

2020

Jazz Musicians and volunteer promoters – falling between the cracks

Author: Chris Hodgkins

Publisher: All Party Parliamentary Jazz Appreciation Group

August 2020

A Response to Let’s Create the Arts Council England’s Strategy 2020-2030

Author: Chris Hodgkins

Publisher: Complaints In Wonderland

September 2020

APPJAG Submission to the DCMS Committee inquiry into the economics of music streaming 15th November 2020

Author: Chris Hodgkins

Publisher: All Party Parliamentary Jazz Appreciation Group

November 2020

APPJAG Submission to the DCMS Committee inquiry into the future of UK music festivals

Author: Chris Hodgkins

Publisher: All Party Parliamentary Jazz Appreciation Group

December 2020

The Trade and Cooperation Agreement How to help musicians work in the EU Briefing Paper to APPJAG

Author: Chris Hodgkins

Publisher: All Party Parliamentary Jazz Appreciation Group

January 2021

Reflections on an imperfect normal: A letter to the future music industries

Author: Haftor Medbøe and Sarah Raine

Publisher: Academia Letters

January 2021

All-Party Parliamentary Group for the Night-Time Economy – Report On Impact Of Covid-19 On UK Nightlife

Author: All Party Parliamentary Group for the Night Time Economy

Publisher: Night Time Industries Association

February 2021

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