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Improvised Communications

Improvised Communications is one of the most respected organizations in creative improvised music. Active since 2002, it has established a distinctive place in the industry as the only media relations firm specializing in cutting-edge music from beyond the jazz mainstream. Its clients have included world-class independent musicians ranging from relative newcomers to established veterans to bona fide jazz legends, as well as prominent labels, concert series, festivals and venues.

“In an area that’s a tough sell in today’s market,” writes AllAboutJazz.com Managing Editor John Kelman, “Improvised Communications gets the word out in the best way possible. It targets its market well, is committed to projects that are of a consistently high quality and promotes those projects in a way that’s just right for folks who are deluged every day (every hour, it seems) with new information about yet another release. In a time when everyone can and does release music, Improvised Communications has chosen a path less-traveled; a niche, to be sure, but one that’s consistent in its commitment to forward-thinking music.”

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