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and to network with other musicians. I get a lot of my news from the emails I receive from WJN.

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Professor of Music

Director of Howard University Jazz Ensemble

Howard Music Professor Designated Lowell Mason Fellow

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WASHINGTON (July 16, 2010) – The National Association for Music Education (MENC) recently announced that Fred Irby, III, professor of Music, director of
Howard University Jazz Ensemble, was designated as one of the five Lowell Mason Fellows for 2009.

The fellowship honors Lowell Mason who is
credited with introducing music instruction to American public schools
and establishing teacher training in music education. The fellows are
being recognized as outstanding music educators and advocates. They have
furthered the Association’s mission of music education for all.

 

Also recognized as fellows are Michael Bates, senior manager, Institutional Solutions Group, Yamaha
Corporation of America; Jere W. Fridy, music educator and director of
numerous school, military, and community bands; Douglas W. Herbert,
special assistant to the assistant deputy secretary of Innovation and
Improvement, U.S. Dept. of Education; and Randolph F. Kummer, former
executive director of Illinois Music Educators Association, music
educator and music department chair at Lincoln-Way High School.

 

The honorees were formally recognized at a ceremony in Washington, DC on June 27 during MENC’s 2010 Music Education Week. For more information,
visit www.menc.org.

 

 

 

Fred Irby, III, is a graduate of
Grambling State University, (Louisiana) and Southern Illinois University
(Edwardsville). As Professor of Music at Howard University Mr. Irby is
the coordinator of instrumental music, trumpet instructor, and director
of the internationally acclaimed Howard University Jazz Ensemble
(HUJE), which he founded in 1975.

 

 

FRED IRBY, III

 

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The Ensemble has given outstanding performances in the United States, Europe, South America, Asia, and the Caribbean and is recognized as one
of the foremost college jazz ensembles. Mr. Irby is also principal trumpet of the
Kennedy Center Opera House Musical Theater Orchestra and has recorded
several films for the History Channel.

Professor Fred Irby, III

One of the foremost educators in the USA, has touched the lives of many up and coming young musicians as well as jazz legends with his band
arrangements and orchestrations

 

Ulysses Miller, great Mobile, AL music teacher. Fred Irby, III's first trumpet teacher

 

Trumpeters Donvonte McCoy and the legendary Donald Byrd in Prof. Irby's office on 11/18/09.

 

Professor Fred Irby,III, Benny Golson and HU Trustee L. Douglas Wilder on May 20, 2008 at the HUJE Tribute
to President Swygert.

Dr. Sais Kamalidiin, Jimmy Owens and Professor Fred Irby,III,

March 2008 on campus

 

Fred Irby, III and Snooky Young

Dave Brubeck,Fred Irby,III in Baltimore, MD

 

Jazz great Hugh Masekela and Fred Irby, III at the Embassy of South Africa National Day Gala in Washington, DC - April 27, 2006





Fred
Irby, III and TV personality Jerry Springer on 11/25/06,
backstage at the
taping of "Dancing with the Stars"

 

HUJE concert at Japan Information and Culture Center, Embassy of Japan

March 28, 2005 Pictured from left to right are:
Mr. Hiroshima Furusawa, Executive Director of the JICC
Mrs. Hanayo Kato,
Ambassador's Wife Ambassador Ryozo Kato,

Embassy of Japan

HUJE Trumpets at Kennedy Center Honors Gala - 2005
l-r: Columbus Wynn, Steven Thomas, Joseph Teachey, Professor Fred Irby,
III, Kieron Irvine and Demarr Woods

 

Donald Byrd and HUJE Trumpets

 

Fred Irby, III, Joe Wilder, Roberta McLeod, Abraham Venable and Dr. Raymond Jackson - March, 2005

 

 

 

HUJE in November, 2002 in front of Childers Hall. Dr. Yusef Lateef

in the middle of the group

Dr. Doris Valean Evans McGinty (1925-2005), Professor Emerita of Music and prolific scholar, contributed and edited liner notes for all HUJE recordings from
1976-2005

 

Jazz trumpeter Dr. Eddie Henderson, Dr. LaSalle D. Leffall, Jr. and Fred Irby, III - November, 2003

Fred Irby, III on stage with members of the Washington Ballet after a performance at the Kennedy Center - October 14, 2000

 

 

Herlin Riley, Wycliffe Gordon, Fred Irby, III and Victor Goines - 12/11/2000

 

 

Fred Irby, III, comedian Bill Cosby and drummer Mickey Roker in 1999 at Vice President Gore's residence

 

 

Frank Wess, Al Grey, Fred Irby, III and Jimmy Heath in November, 1997 at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC

Fred Irby, III and wife, Debra, at the U.S. Ambassador's residence in Tokyo, Japan - 1996

 

The Mobile, Alabama gang
Joseph Bell, Director of HU Upward Bound program, jazz great trombonist
Fred Wesley, Jr., Artis Hampshire-Cowan, HU Senior Vice President and Secretary
of the Board of Trustees and Fred Irby, III - 2004

 

Jazz great Frank Foster and Fred Irby, III - 1998

 

Classic photo taken 3 months before the Master Drummer TONY WILLIAMS's death with HUJE trumpeters at the Kennedy Center, November, 1997: Eric McMillan, Kyle Funn, the great
Tony Williams, Charles Gunter, Ronald Cureton and Roberto Carlos Perez

 

Trumpeter Wallace Roney and Fred Irby, III at the 1997 Thelonious Monk Competition in Washington, DC

 

HUJE alumnus Geri Allen and Fred Irby, III, backstage at the Kennedy Center, 1997

 

Trumpet Summit: Arturo Sandoval, Roy Hargrove, Fred Irby, III, George Graham and
Virgil Jones - November, 1997

Marcus Belgrave, Dr. Doris E. McGinty and Congressman John Conyers

 

HU Alumnus Bill Hughes, Music Director of the Count Basie Orchestra, with members of HUJE on 11/15/96

 

HUJE in Tokyo, Japan at the U.S. Ambassador's residence with Joan Mondale in 1996

 

Guitarist Kenny Burrell, Saxophonist Frank Wess and Fred Irby, III at the 1997 Thelonious Monk competition at the Kennedy Center

 

Dr. Reppard Stone, Fred Irby, III, Keith Killgo, the great Joe Henderson, Gus Simms, and Dr. Arthur Dawkins - 1993

 

 

At President Clinton's Inaugural Gala

January 19, 1992

Wayne Shorter, Fred Irby, III, Illinois Jacquet, Clark Terry & Ron Carter

 

Members of HUJE with the great Marshall Royal backstage at the

Kennedy Center Honors -1992

 

Wynton Marsalis and Fred Irby, III at President Bill Clinton's 1992 Inaugural Gala at the Capital Centre in Landover, MD - January 19, 1992

Milt Jackson and Fred Irby, III at the Kennedy Center Honors Gala tribute to Lionel Hampton - 1992

 

HUJE and the Golden Men of Jazz at the 1992 Kennedy Center Honors Gala

 

 

The late great trombonist Al Grey backstage with members of HUJE at the 1992 Kennedy Center Honors Gala

Jazz great trumpeter Harry "Sweets" Edison with HUJE backstage at the 1992 Kennedy Center Honors Gala

 

Pianist McCoy Tyner with members of HUJE backstage at President Bill Clinton's Inaugural Ball on the Mall - 1992

 


Dr. Reppard Stone, Grady Tate, Dr. Arthur Dawkins, Benny Golson and Fred Irby,
III - 1996

Keter Betts, Charles Covington, Fred Irby, III, Junior Mance and Grady Tate



Joe Williams, Fred Irby, III, Jimmy Heath and Mona Heath at the Kennedy Center
Honors Gala - 1994

Fred Irby, III, John Birks "Dizzy" Gillespie and Dr. Billy Taylor, Jr. at the 1992 Kennedy Center Honors Gala




Trumpeter Jon Faddis with HUJE at the conclusion of recording session, HUJE 1987



 

Fred Irby, III, Larry Seals, Dizzy Gillespie and Dr. Arthur Dawkins - 1981


Fred Irby, III, Dr. Langston Fitzgerald, Marcus Belgrave and Donald Byrd


Fred Irby, III, Thomas Flagg, Provost Richard English at Prof. Flagg's Retirement
Gala


Fred Irby, III, Grover Washington and Tito Puente

at Vice President Al Gore's residence - 1997

 

Herbie Hancock, Joe Williams and Fred Irby, III at the 1995 Kennedy Center Honors Gala

Dr. David Baker, Dr. Willie Hill, the great Conrad Johnson, Dr. Frederick Tillis and Fred Irby, III at 1979 MENC convention in Washington DC




DC pianist John Malachi, the great pianist Art Tatum and trumpeter Russell Jaquet


 

 

 

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BENNY GOLSON JAZZ MASTER AWARD

 

The HUJE created The Benny Golson Jazz Master Award in
1996 to honor the legacy of Howard University Alumnus Benny Golson.

Dr. Golson, jazz composer and saxophonist, is the composer of the following jazz standards:
Killer Joe, Along Came Betty, Blues March, I Remember Clifford,
Stablemates
, and others. The Benny Golson Jazz Master Award has been awarded to the following giants of jazz:

The Benny Golson Jazz Master Award has been awarded to the following giants of jazz:

 

Howard University Jazz Ensemble

Guest Soloist: Saxophonist Sonny Fortune & Afro Blue

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2011 Pharoah Sanders

 

2010 The Thelonious Monk Institute for Jazz

2010 T. S. Monk

2009 Jazzmobile, Inc.

2009 Billy Taylor

2009 McCoy Tyner

2009 Bunky Green

2008 Cecil Bridgewater

2008 Jimmy Owens

2007 Andrew White

2007 Fred Wesley, Jr.

2007 Robert "Bobby" Felder

2006 Bill Hughes

2006 Bill Pierce

2006 A.B. Spellman

2005 Wallace Roney | www.wallaceroney.com

2005 Geri Allen | www.geriallen.com

2005 Arthur Dawkins

2005 Joe Wilder

2005 Abraham S. Venable

2004 Billy Harper

2004 Charles Tolliver

2004 Eddie Henderson

2004 LaSalle D. Leffall, Jr.

2003 Roger "Buck" Hill

2003 Willie L. Hill

2002 Doris Evans McGinty

2002 Marcus Belgrave

2002 Jimmy Heath

2002 Frederick C. Tillis

2001 The Honorable John Conyers, Jr.

2001 Yusef A. Lateef

2001 Larry Ridley

2001 William "Keter" Betts

2000 Donald Byrd

2000 Grady Tate

1999 Clark Terry

1998 Frank Foster

1997 Frank Wess

1996 Benny Golson

 

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