Roxy Coss: Piano Jazz at the Arts Club

Arts Club Livestream: Mon. May 3 at 7pm Piano Jazz at the Arts Club Season 7 Saxophonist Roxy Coss with Pianist Burnett Thompson   LIVESTREAM TICKETS $5   Concert remains available to enjoy for one week after May 3 “An exceptional young talent” Downbeat Magazine ROXY COSS is among the most innovative performers on the…

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An Evening of Jazz and Dance

The Kennedy Center presents On Stage at the Opera House: An Evening of Jazz and Dance With Alonzo King, Jason Moran, Tiler Peck, and Gregory Porter LIVE digital performance May 1 at 8 p.m. Acclaimed artists meld their music and movement for an electrifying collaboration! Enjoy an extraordinary fusion of dance and jazz featuring award–winning…

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Sonny Rollins Tribute Concert at Mason

Tribute to Sonny Rollins   Sunday, May 02, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. Featuring Mason Jazz Faculty This performance will take place on Mason Pond Lawn. $25 adult, $12.50 Youth through Grade 12 Buy Tickets The talented Mason Jazz Facultysalutes tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins, long heralded as “the greatest living jazz improviser,” whocontinues to inspire generations…

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Save the Date: Levine’s JazzFest – Free!

Levine’s JazzFest 2021 Live performances, workshops, master classes and panel discussions will take place throughout the weekend focusing on the state of jazz education and celebrating jazz in Washington, DC. Streaming from Washington, DC April 16-18 Free! Full schedule will be available soon. RSVP to receive schedule updates. This is a virtual event; access to…

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Ranky Tanky Virtual Concert on 2/27

Hylton Enjoy the 2020 Grammy® Award-winning quintet, Ranky Tanky, in a digital concert that is part folk, part funk, and totally fearless. When their outdoor concert had to be canceled in October, the Hylton Center sprang into action to record their concert onstage with the stunning Merchant Hall behind them. With a sound that’s both…

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The legendary jazz club Bohemian Caverns closes

March 28, 2016 Miles Davis played there. So did John Coltrane, Duke Ellington and Cab Calloway.   And on Sunday, drummer Quincy Phillips — dressed in a faux fur coat, blue-feathered shirt and plaid flare pants — prepared for his final set at the legendary jazz club on U Street NW.   “This place is…

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