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The National Jazz Museum in Harlem has over the course of several years evolved into a major cultural presence in New York City. We hope you will join us for our free weekly programs in Harlem, which include our course JAZZ FOR CURIOUS LISTENERS, our interview series HARLEM SPEAKS, and/or to visit our Visitors Center. See you soon!





Programs

Under the leadership of Artistic Director Loren Schoenberg, and Co-Director Christian
McBride, the Jazz Museum in Harlem has gone from an idea to a significant contributor to the
education and cultural experience of jazz in Harlem, and without the benefit of a permanent
home, has functioned, as a “virtual museum” by launching a variety of innovative programs,
such as:

HARLEM SPEAKS

This is a free biweekly series to honor persons keeping the flame of jazz alive in Harlem. Click here to learn more

SATURDAY PANELS

A new series of monthly get togethers, comprising panel discussions, films and live music. Click here for upcoming programs.

Jazz For CURIOUS READERS

Get involved with this new free series! Click here to learn more

JAZZ FOR CURIOUS LISTENERS

This free course is led by the Museum's Artistic Director Loren Schoenberg and guest instructors.
Click here to learn more

HARLEM SPEAKS
EDUCATION INITIATIVE
This program introduces high school students to the vibrancy of jazz and the achievements of its practitioners.
Click here to learn more
Jazz Is: Now!
This program consists of open panel discussions on jazz culture and its relevance in today's society, with special musical guest performances.
Jazz Is: Now!
GLOBALORIA-JAZZ WORKSHOPS
The National Jazz Museum in Harlem and the World Wide Workshop team up for a new youth program that blends music and digital literacy.
Click here to read the Press Release
 
Concert Series
Jazz in the Parks   Harlem in the Himalayas   Harlem Swings

Jazz at the Dwyer   Jazz at the Players   Jazz at the Studio

 

 

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