Harlem’s The Schomburg Center For Research In Black Culture Celebrate 30 Years Of The Women’s Jazz Festival 2022

Celebrating 30 years of centering Black women in the field of jazz, the Women’s Jazz Festival is an exciting series of concerts and conversations.

The event is featuring some of the best-known and emerging talents by women in jazz today.

The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture’s newest programming series: The Schomburg Center’s 30th Annual Women’s Jazz Festival.

Featured guests this year include Endea Owens, Renée Neufville, Laurin Talese, Alicia Waller & The Excursion, Melba Joyce, and more.

Here is more information for any listings or placements on the Schomburg Eventbrite. Please note that 3 out of 4 events charge an admission fee (the concerts), but the talkback on March 8th, 2022, is free.

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Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture

Founded in 1925 and named a National Historic Landmark in 2017, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture is one of the world’s leading cultural institutions devoted to the research, preservation, and exhibition of materials focused on African American, African Diaspora, and African experiences.

From the original 10,000 items provided by Arturo Alfonso Schomburg to the over 10 million items in the collection today, the Schomburg Center features diverse programming and lifelong education and exploration that illuminate the richness of global black history, arts and culture.

Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, 515 Malcolm X Blvd, New York, NY 10037, 212.491.2200, https://www.nypl.org/locations/schomburg

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