1963 in jazz
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|1963 in jazz|
|Decade||1960s in jazz|
|Music||1963 in music|
|Standards||List of post-1950 jazz standards|
|See also||1962 in jazz – 1964 in jazz|
This is a timeline documenting events of Jazz in the year 1963.
- 15 – The 5th Annual Grammy Awards were held in Chicago, Los Angeles and New York.
- Ella Fitzgerald awarded Best Solo Vocal Performance, Female for Ella Swings Brightly with Nelson
- Stan Getz awarded Best Jazz Performance - Soloist Or Small Group (Instrumental) for "Desafinado"
- Stan Kenton awarded Best Jazz Performance - Large Group (Instrumental) for Adventures In Jazz
- Vince Guaraldi awarded Best Original Jazz Composition for the composition "Cast Your Fate to the Wind" performed by the Vince Guaraldi Trio
- Cannonball Adderley: Nippon Soul
- Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers: Caravan
- Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers: Buhaina's Delight
- Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers: Ugetsu
- Dave Brubeck: Time Changes
- Kenny Burrell: Midnight Blue
- Donald Byrd: A New Perspective
- Betty Carter: 'Round Midnight
- Miles Davis: Seven Steps to Heaven
- Eric Dolphy: Iron Man
- Duke Ellington: My People
- Duke Ellington: The Symphonic Ellington
- Booker Ervin: The Freedom Book
- Bill Evans: Conversations with Myself
- Grant Green: Idle Moments
- Chico Hamilton: Man from Two Worlds
- Joe Harriott: Movement
- Joe Henderson: Page One
- Andrew Hill: Black Fire
- Sheila Jordan: Portrait of Sheila
- Jackie McLean: One Step Beyond
- Jackie McLean: Destination... Out!
- Charles Mingus: The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady
- Hank Mobley: No Room for Squares
- Thelonious Monk: Criss Cross
- Thelonious Monk: Monk's Dream
- Lee Morgan: The Sidewinder
- Sun Ra: Cosmic Tones For Mental Therapy
- Sonny Rollins: Our Man in Jazz
- Nina Simone: No Room for Squares
- Stanley Turrentine: Soul Shoutin'
- Kai Winding: Solo: Kai Winding
See also: List of post-1950 jazz standards
- Sonny Clark (July 21, 1931 – January 13)
- Ike Quebec (August 17, 1918 – January 16)
- Specs Wright (September 8, 1927 – February 6)
- Castor McCord (May 17, 1907 – February 14)
- Jimmy Reynolds (August 5, 1904 – February 16)
- Addison Farmer (August 21, 1928 – February 20)
- Bobby Jaspar (February 20, 1926 – February 28)
- Irving Aaronson (February 7, 1895 – March 10)
- Lizzie Miles (March 31, 1895 – March 17)
- Gene Sedric (June 17, 1907 – April 3)
- Arvid Gram Paulsen (January 4, 1922 – April 11)
- Herbie Nichols (January 3, 1919 – April 12)
- Skinnay Ennis (August 13, 1907 – June 3)
- Bob Scobey (December 9, 1916 – June 12)
- John Adriano Acea (September 11, 1917 – July 25)
- Curtis Counce (January 23, 1926 – July 31)
- Glen Gray (June 7, 1906 – August 23)
- Sam Allen (January 30, 1909 – September)
- Joe Gordon (May 15, 1928 – November 4)
- Dinah Washington (August 29, 1924 – December 14)
- Lodewijk Parisius (July 23, 1911 – December 14)
- Baard Slagsvold, Norwegian singer and multi-instrumentalist
- Benny Green, American pianist
- Bill Lowrey, American musical entertainer and banjoist
- Cyrus Chestnut, American pianist, songwriter and producer
- Dave Douglas, American trumpeter and composer
- Don Braden, American tenor saxophonist
- Eric Person, American saxophonist
- Eric Vloeimans, Dutch trumpeter
- Gilad Atzmon, saxophonist and writer
- Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Cuban composer and pianist
- Holly Cole, Canadian singer
- Jacqui Dankworth, British singer
- Jens Johansson, Swedish pianist
- Marc Antoine, guitarist
- Marcus Roberts, American pianist
- Nelson Faria, Brazilian guitar player
- Niels Lan Doky, Danish pianist and record producer
- Nikki Iles, English composer, pianist and accordion player
- Ole Amund Gjersvik, Norwegian bassist
- Russ Lorenson, American singer and actor
- Stephanie Biddle, Canadian musician
- Steve Argüelles, English drummer
- Tierney Sutton, American singer
- Tine Asmundsen, Norwegian double-bass player
- Vigleik Storaas, Norwegian pianist
- The New Real Book, Volume I. Sher Music. 1988. ISBN 0-9614701-4-3.
- The New Real Book, Volume II. Sher Music. 1991. ISBN 0-9614701-7-8.
- The New Real Book, Volume III. Sher Music. 1995. ISBN 1-883217-30-X.
- The Real Book, Volume I (6th ed.). Hal Leonard. 2004. ISBN 0-634-06038-4.
- The Real Book, Volume II (2nd ed.). Hal Leonard. 2007. ISBN 1-4234-2452-2.
- The Real Book, Volume III (2nd ed.). Hal Leonard. 2006. ISBN 0-634-06136-4.
- The Real Jazz Book. Warner Bros. ISBN 978-91-85041-36-7.
- The Real Vocal Book, Volume I. Hal Leonard. 2006. ISBN 0-634-06080-5.