Music helps the soul. Which is more important than ever.
We are looking forward to the next time we can be together in the JAZZ ROOM.
Meanwhile, we want to make sure we are supporting our local musicians, who want to bring you music in any way they can. As much as jazz is their life, it is their livelihood as well.
So check below, and check back often, to discover our local musicians livestreaming. Pop some popcorn, pour a glass of your favorite beverage, and sit back in the comfort of your living room for a little education, entertainment, and more. And we’ll see you in person as soon as we can.
TUESDAY JUNE 16 8:oopm. Conversations with Curtis welcomes musician, #BAM creator and social commentator Nicholas Payton. Join us on Zoom or Facebook live. You can re-view on our Facebook page.
THURSDAY JUNE 25 8:oopm ET. Live from Crown presents the Ocie Davis Group: Ocie Davis (drums), Troy Conn (guitar), Andrew Snapp (saxophone), and Reginald Dennis (bass). Join us via Facebook live.
TUESDAY JUNE 30 8:oopm ET. Conversations with Curtis welcomes Israeli jazz musicians Amos Hoffman and Itai Kriss. Join us on Zoom or Facebook live.
TUESDAY, JULY 7 6:00-9:00pm ET. Jazz Movie Night presents a Netflix Watch Party for “I Called Him Morgan”, followed by a Q&A with educator and host Larry Reni Thomas. Register for either or both.
THURSDAY JULY 9 8:00pm ET. Live from Crown presents the Lovell Bradford Trio: Lovell Bradford (piano), Tim Scott (drums), & Lovell Bradford Jr. (bass). Join us via Facebook Live.
TUESDAY JULY 14 8:00pm ET. Conversations with Curtis welcomes author Natalie Weiner. Join us on Zoom or Facebook Live.
THURSDAY JULY 23 8:00pm ET. Live from Crown. TBD. Join us on Zoom or Facebook Live.
TUESDAY JULY 28 8:00pm ET. Conversations with Curtis welcomes the JazzArts Ensemble All-Star alumni. Join us on Zoom or Facebook Live.
Musicians – got a livestream scheduled?
If you are a regional jazz musician planning to livestream a jazz performance or discussion, we want to help spread the word. Share the details in this form and we’ll post it to our social media page as well as here so, together, we can keep jazz a-livestreaming in our communities.