Vanity Fair - June 11, 2020 "Jazz will survive COVID. New Orleans as we’ve known it? Maybe not."
Featured Syndey Byrd photographs provided by the archive at NOMAF.
New Orleans, a city known for its music, has been hauntingly silent during the coronavirus outbreak. Meet one music club owner who partnered with a musicians’ clinic to make free meals for hospitality members without [...]
To reach people without internet access, the NOMC has created a series of fact sheets about COVID-19.
Filmed over 4 years by director, Renee Edwards, One Note at a Time is a multi-award winning beautifully crafted feature documentary focusing on a community of musicians trying to rebuild after disaster and the [...]
Harry Shearer and Judith Owen bill their annual Christmas variety show as a “reverent and irreverent antidote to the holiday season.” Proceeds benefit the New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic & Assistance Foundation, as well as [...]
Musicians and other performing artists are expected to sacrifice for their art, but all too often, the sacrifice they make is their own health. Performers face unique challenges that prevent their access to health care...The [...]
The Ella Project has submitted a series of suggestions concerning the next mayor’s music and culture policy platform, including a clause to promote public health care models by working directly with the Musicians' Clinic... [...]
Wooton will perform live for 10 hours straight in an effort to raise money for the New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic, which has provided medical care to musicians and performing artists for nearly 20 years...
What featured 11 dance troupes, leis and a limbo contest? The Summer Blood Drive IV: Everyone Gets Lei'd IV. Held Aug. 27 at Tipitina's, this event hosted by the Organ Grinders and New Orleans [...]