Alia Benabdellah, music scholar, volunteer, and Paris-native, shares her thoughts on the attacks of November 15, 2015 in Paris.
This is an update from our ongoing engagement with the Blue Bird Inn. You can read more about our efforts here. Blue Bird Inn exterior today By C. Lorin Brace VI and Samantha Ellens The Blue Bird Inn, located at 5021 Tireman on Detroit’s West Side was at one point the most prominent and important […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Eve R. Doster Phone: 313-575-6115 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tickets: Eventbrite Facebook Event Page Suggested Minimum Donation $20 October 7, 2015 (Detroit, MI) – The recent historic designation of Detroit’s United Sound Systems Recording Studio – the nation’s oldest, still operating, independent recording studio – rings in a revitalized era for music production […]
We have been asked to participate in the upcoming Pitchfork Radio pop-up radio station in Detroit’s Cass Corridor which will broadcast from Willy’s Detroit October 5 – 23rd. The DSC will program three, hour-long programs with music and interviews, each of the next three Tuesdays, from 4 – 5 pm. 4 pm EST, Tuesday, October […]
Our Executive Director Carleton Gholz will be discussing digital audio preservation and cultural ethics in Detroit music for the Great Lakes THATCamp at Wayne State University this Saturday morning. The informal conference is presented by the National Digital Stewardship Alliance (NDSA) and the Wayne State School of Library and Information Science. You can find more […]
Detroit Sound Conservancy is proud to present the “Dance Detroit Record Pool Reunion” at this year’s Allied Media Conference. The event will be held June 20th at Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) in Detroit as part of AMC’s “Dance Dance (R)Evolution” night. The event is free for conference participants or $15 at the door […]
The Detroit Sound Conservancy has set up an exhibit at the Detroit Public Library to honor the Graystone International Jazz Museum! I hadn’t heard of the GIJM or any of the history behind the place before helping out with the display. The museum was founded in 1974 by James Jenkins to fulfill an ongoing aspiration: to house […]
An exhibition of art by Detroit artists, commissioned for the Movement Festival by Novation, depicting scenes from Detroit’s rich musical history.
The Detroit Sound Conservancy celebrates the memory of the Graystone International Jazz Museum with the help of the Detroit Historical Society DETROIT, MI — The Detroit Sound Conservancy (DSC) is pleased to announce that it has been donated the artifacts of the former Graystone International Jazz Museum (GIJM) and will be accessing and activating the […]
DETROIT, MI — The Detroit Sound Conservancy (DSC) is pleased to present Sonic Gates a spirited party dedicated to the musical legacy of Detroit’s rich DJ history and the audiences that helped it thrive. The event will pay tribute to the legendary Ken Collier and Club Heaven and will be held May 9th at The […]