JazzArts Charlotte announces new 2-year grant from Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation (DDCF) has approved a 2-year grant to support JazzArts Charlotte’s operations and programming efforts through Dec 2022.
JazzArts President receives the 2021 “Forty Over 40 Award”
This past week, the Charlotte Ledger announced the winners of their annual “40 over 40” recognition. JazzArts Charlotte is excited to see CEO Lonnie Davis was on that list, demonstrating her leadership in the community across the past 10 years and especially in the past year we have experienced.
Announcing Regional Premiere Screening & More for Black History Month
This week was the anniversary of the first sit-in, right here in Greensboro NC, For Black History Month, JazzArts Charlotte, seeks to offer a lens of jazz and civil rights history to illuminate the efforts of the past and demonstrate their impacts and messages for today, with workshops and a culminating performance of the groundbreaking album “We Insist!”
2021 Brings an Investment in Technology
JazzArts Charlotte is one of five organizations to receive a substantial multi-year grant from the Knight Foundation in order to continue to make the most of digital opportunities to engage and build on their audience.
JazzArts Charlotte Announces Spring Online Programs for Youth & Adults After Successful Fall Launch
JazzArts Charlotte is excited to announce another session of online jazz workshops for youth and adults, beginning the end of January 2021. The 6 to 12-week online workshops cover topics ranging from Jazz History to instrument focused.