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Al Kooper Plays Dakota Jazz Club, IPR's DIY360

Check it out! Citypages’ Rick Mason published an article today on the upcomming event Tribute to Al Kooper (featuring Al Kooper himself) at the Dakota Jazz Club in Minneapolis on Sunday, May 2nd. A number of IPR staff, faculty and friends will be playing at the show including our own Adam Levy, who is also the organizer of the show.

Al will also join Adam Levy to talk to IPR students as a very special guest at IPR’s own DIY360 on Friday, April 30th. 

You don’t want to miss either event!

About IPR:
The Institute of Production and Recording offers associate in applied science degree programs that prepare students for careers in music and entertainment business and audio production and engineering. Students gain multimedia skills in audio engineering, music theory, music and multimedia production and entertainment business. In addition to an AAS degree, students earn Digidesign’s highest Pro Tools Certifications to help them obtain the jobs they want most. Founded in 2002, IPR is registered as a private institution with the Minnesota Office of Higher Education and accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). For more information, visit or call 612-375-1900.

About Adam Levy, DIY360 Series organizer:
The art of songwriting continues to find home in the music of Adam Levy. Known best for his pop-rock craftsmanship that’s guided The Honeydogs through 10 acclaimed releases, film and TV placements like “Sex in the City,” and more recently, for the whimsical kids’ rock band Bunny Clogs, Levy is now embarking on two new projects, AND THE PROFESSORS and Liminal Phase. With a string quartet, members of the Heiruspecs, Mystery Palace, and Holly Munoz from Aviette, and by combining old and new sounds with electronic and acoustic instrumentation, AND THE PROFESSORS creates fragmented chamber pop songs about love. Liminal Phase (with its unique instrumentation of bassoon, oboe, guitar, cello, and a DJ) pushes the outer limits of jazz, rock, electronica, avant garde and West African music. Adam also teaches songwriting, rock ensemble, popular music history, and audio production and mentors students at the Institute of Production and Recording and the MacPhail School of Music. For fun Adam heads up the ambitious 9 piece soul cover band, Hookers & Blow.



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