Enjoy Harlem’s Jazzmobile’s Jazz On The Great Jazz On The Great Hill

On Saturday, August 8, 2020, Harlem’s legendary Jazzmobile’s free Jazz on The Great Hill at 106th Street in Central Park in Harlem, New York.

If you were not able to swing at the event because you may have been cruising the world or in your own world in Harlem, New York.

Check out the full Jazzmobile performance with Allyson Williams new Summer Nights in Harlem, Jeremy Pelt, and the George Gee swing dance band right here for you below:

Jazzmobile was founded in 1964 by National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master, pianist, Dr. Billy Taylor, and philanthropist and arts administrator, Ms. Daphne Anstein, Jazzmobile is the first U.S. not-for-profit arts and cultural organization created just for Jazz.

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Since the beginning, we have been bringing high-quality Jazz performances and education programs to area residents, tourists, and other visitors, reaching over 4,000,000 people living or visiting New York City.

The event was presented by the Central Park Conservancy.

Photo credit: Youtube screenshot.

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