Alisa Clancy has been my mentor in jazz education and jazz radio.
I wouldn't be involved in any of the following activities if it weren't
for her encouragement. You can tune into her show on weekday mornings
or visit some of the additional links for more information - Clint
KCSM 91.1 FM Operations Director and host of A Morning Cup Of Jazz
6 am - 10 pm Pacific Time - Monday through Friday
Unlike boorish shock jocks and loud mouth "morning zoo" teams
on the commercial side of the FM dial, Alisa's Morning Cup of Jazz is
the only one-woman drive time show in the San Francisco Bay Area.
She's exceptionally knowledgeable about Jazz, and her taste is exemplary.
You may hear an innovative new piano piece by Jessica Williams or a
gliding version of Louis Armstrong's "Struttin' With Some Barbecue"
performed by Paul Desmond in a breezy, Brubeck "Take Five"
- AWRT (2003 Kudo Winner)
DJ serves up Ella, Louis and Miles with your joe
"Rap is played all over the airwaves. Likewise
hip-hop, country, Hispanic and new-wave music. Meanwhile, jazz is
the very soul of American music, yet there is only one jazz radio
station in the Bay Area, KCSM-FM.
And there is only one Alisa Clancy." - Dave Newhouse - The Oakland Tribune
"Jazz From The Hill" is
a community education class taught
by Alisa Clancy
at San Mateo Community College.
In this clip she talks about
Miles Davis and "Kind Of Blue."
Alisa Clancy lending her expertise to a panel discussion at the 2006
Monterey Jazz Festival
Click the picture below
to hear a short segment
of Clint guest hosting on Back On Basin Street with Mal Sharpe
History Lectures And Classes
On staff with Stanford School Corporation.
On staff at the Stanford Jazz Camp with the Jim Cullum Jazz Band.
On staff with America's Finest City Dixieland Jazz Society.
Guest Lecturer at San Mateo Community College and the Finn Center Community
School of Music and Arts.
Adult Traditional Jazz Camp January 24 - 27 2013
(Sponsered by America's Finest City Dixieland Jazz Society - San Diego,
The faculty will demonstrate vintage instrumental techniques for performing
classic jazz in a classroom setting and will supervise sessions played
by the students in rotating groups. Instructors will sit in with student
groups to assist teaching. Instruction on Cornet, Trombone, Clarinet
& Saxophone, Piano, Banjo, Guitar, Tuba, String Bass, and Drums.