Following postponement due to the Omicron surge in January, Jazz at Lincoln Center will honor the music and legacy of late jazz icon Chick Corea in Rose Theater on April 15–16 at 8:00 p.m. with Celebrating Chick Corea.
Jazz at Lincoln Center will honor the music and legacy of late jazz icon Chick Corea in Rose Theater on January 13–14 at 8:00 p.m. with Celebrating Chick Corea.
Bloomingdale School of Music (BSM) is pleased to present The Music of Chick Corea, a concert highlighting the work of one of the most significant jazz pianists and composers since the 1960s led by long time BSM faculty member pianist Michael Cochrane.
Harlem fave and Legendary bassist/composer Buster Williams celebrates 80 years (and counting) along a path to musical enlightenment on his stunning new album, Unalome.
Jazz at Lincoln Center today announced its May and June 2022 programming at Dizzy’s Club, featuring a diverse lineup of club favorites and rising stars alongside the launch of a new concert series.
Adelaide Louise Hall, 20 October 1901 – 7 November 1993, was a Harlem and UK-based jazz singer and entertainer.
Hearing Vince Guaraldi’s beloved score from A Charlie Brown Christmas has become a holiday tradition for many.
Nancy Sue Wilson, February 20, 1937, December 13, 2018, was an American singer whose career spanned over five decades, from the mid–1950s until her retirement in the early–2010s.
The National Jazz Museum in Harlem together with the Harlem School of the Arts are proud to present a pair of events celebrating a great American artist – drummer and bandleader Roy Haynes.
In celebration of their 15-year anniversary, 2x GRAMMY® Award winning Spanish Harlem Orchestra is proud to announce the release of their aptly titled sixth album Anniversary due out on April 16th, 2018 on ArtistShare.
In celebration of their 15-year anniversary, 2x GRAMMY® Award winning Spanish Harlem Orchestra is proud to announce the release of their aptly titled sixth album Anniversary due out on April 16th, 2018, on ArtistShare.
Elio Villafranca, a brilliant Cuban pianist and composer brings an all-star band presented by the Jazzmobile at City College in Harlem
Piano phenomenon Elio Villafranca will bring the next generation of his popular “Letters to Mother Africa” concerts, the second in his series on the African continent’s powerful influence on jazz and folk Cuban music, to Aaron Davis Hall at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, March 31, 2017.
Jazz Standard, one of the nation’s premier jazz clubs, offers another impressive month of music with jazz legends and rising stars throughout September.
Join McCoy Tyner, Ron Carter and Roy Haynes for Summerstage in Association with Blue Note Jazz Festivaln Central Park in manhattan, New York.