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Ben Jaffe
Jaffe playing sousaphone with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, 2007
Jaffe playing sousaphone with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, 2007
Background information
Born (1971-01-26) January 26, 1971 (age 49)
GenresJazz, New Orleans Jazz
InstrumentsTuba, double bass
Associated actsPreservation Hall Jazz Band
Websitepreservationhalljazzband.com

Benjamin Jaffe (born January 26, 1961) is the creative director of Preservation Hall and plays tuba and double bass with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band.[1]

Early life and education

He is the son of Preservation Hall's founders Allan Jaffe and Sandra Jaffe. Jaffe grew up in New Orleans' French Quarter, two blocks from Preservation Hall. His father, Allan, in addition to managing the Preservation Hall Jazz Band and Preservation Hall, played tuba with the band as well. From birth, Ben was brought on tour with the band during their international tours. Ben’s early musical memories are marching alongside his father in Mardi Gras Parades and jazz funeral processions. He began playing in grammar school at McDonogh 15 School for the Creative Arts in the French Quarter. During high school at NOCCA, he studied upright bass under Walter Payton.[2] After high school, Ben attended Oberlin College where he received a degree in bass performance in 1982.

Career

Following his graduation, Ben returned to New Orleans, resumed his father's position as manager of the Preservation Hall venue and joined the Preservation Hall Jazz Band on tour playing bass. Benjamin produced a number of albums for the Preservation Hall band, and most recently co-produced the band's first album of original compositions "That's It," alongside My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James.

Benjamin serves as the Chairman of the Board of the Preservation Hall Foundation, the charitable non-profit that serves the mission to "protect, preserve and perpetuate New Orleans jazz music and culture."

In episode 6 of "Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways," Dave Grohl interviews Ben about his parents' role in preserving New Orleans jazz, the history of Preservation Hall and Jaffe's current role as director, operating the hall.

Discography

Preservation Hall Jazz Band

  • In The Sweet Bye and Bye (1986)
  • Because of You (1988)
  • Songs of New Orleans (1991)
  • Shake That Thing (1994)
  • The Hurricane Sessions (1997)
  • New Orleans Preservation Volume 1 (1999)
  • St. Peter Street Serenade (2000)
  • Preservation: An Album to Benefit Preservation Hall and The Preservation Hall Music Outreach Program (2001)
  • St. Peter & 57th (2002)
  • That's It (2003)
  • So It Is (2007)

Collaborations

References

  1. ^ Greenberg, Rudi (August 6, 2015). "Ben Jaffe guides the widening world of New Orleans' historic Preservation Hall Jazz Band". Washington Post.
  2. ^ http://www.offbeat.com/2010/10/29/ben-jaffe-remembers-walter-payton/
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