The National Jazz Museum In Harlem And Google Arts & Culture Partner During Black History Month

“Jazz was born in New Orleans but spent a lot of time growing up in Harlem,” says award-winning bandleader Christian McBride who, with award-winning bandleader Jon Batiste, serves as National Jazz Museum in Harlem (NJMH) Artistic Director. Continue Reading →

The Lowdown: Conversations With Christian Featuring Valerie Simpson In Harlem

Valerie Simpson, one half of the beloved and legendary songwriter/producers and performers Ashford & Simpson, will join the National Jazz Museum in Harlem Co-Artistic Director Christian McBride for a live taping of his SiriusXM radio show The Lowdown: Conversations with Christian. Continue Reading →

HSA & National Jazz Museum In Harlem Celebrate Jazz Legend Roy Haynes At 93!

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. Continue Reading →

National Jazz Museum In Harlem’s 2017 Annual Benefit Concert (Photographs)

The event on On Wednesday, June 14, 2017, honoring NEA Jazz Master Randy Weston, attorney Arthur H. Barnes and the celebrated jazz presenter Jazzmobile was hosted by WBGO’s Rhonda Hamilton and The National Jazz Museum in Harlem. Continue Reading →

Sharpton Hosts Premiere Screening Of ‘Obama Years” In Harlem

The Obama Years: The Power of Words premiered on Monday, February 27th, 2017, on the Smithsonian Channel at the National Jazz Museum in Harlem. Continue Reading →

Premiere Screening Of ‘The Obama Years: The Power Of Words’ In Harlem

Charter Communications, Smithsonian Channel and The National Jazz Museum in Harlem are partnering to present a private screening of The Obama Years: The Power of Words, a look back at President Obama’s legacy as a world-class orator and “writer in chief”. Continue Reading →


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