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  • Palm Beach International Jazz Festival

    April 8 @ 7:00 pm
    In joint celebration of UNESCO’s 2023 International Jazz Day, the 5th Annual Palm Beach International Jazz Festival will celebrate the great American music genre – JAZZ. The festival will honor the many wonderful facets of jazz including the Great American Songbook, jazz standards, Bebop, Brazilian and Latin jazz.

    Palm Beach International Jazz Festival will feature highly acclaimed, award-winning jazz artists who perform in and around south Florida as well as around the world.

    Three great bands! One grand evening!

    The performing artists for Palm Beach International Jazz Festival 2023:

    Delray Jazz Collective
    Beatriz Malnic Quartet
    Yvette Norwood-Tiger & Friends
    The Future Looks Bright in Jazz Young Artist Award Recipient: Saxophonist, John-Louis Malcynski

    Raymond F. Kravis Center-Rinker Playhouse
    701 Okeechobee Boulevard
    West Palm Beach, FL 33401

    Box Office Phone Lines
    561.832.7469, Mon-Sat 12pm - 5pm

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  • Louis Armstrong Legacy Monthly Jazz Jam (APR 2023)

    April 12 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
    Open to professional jazz musicians, graduate students studying jazz, music educators and serious hobbyists, Louis Armstrong Legacy Monthly Jazz Jams invites musicians to perform at Flushing Town Hall. All are welcome, regardless of instrument (vocalists, too!). Our Steinway baby grand and drum kit are available at each Jam. Health and safety protocols will be in place so bring a mask, and feel free to bring your own microphone. House Band and Jam Sessions are led by Carol Sudhalter, with Joe Vincent Tranchina, Scott Neumann and Eric Lemon. Don't play, but love Jazz? Come listen!

    FTH's Jazz Jam house band leader, Carol Sudhalter, plays flute, baritone and tenor sax and has been running our Louis Armstrong Legacy Monthly Jazz Jams for the last four years. And for the last 17 months since March 2020, more than 200 musicians from over a dozen countries as far as New Zealand, Italy and South Africa, have participated in the virtual monthly jams. Over 7,000 viewers from across the globe have enjoyed the music and tuned in to the monthly jams to listen as the venue moved its programming online.
  • Temple University’s Boyer College of Music and Dance Presents a One-Night Only Classical-Jazz Concert April 16 at Jazz at Lincoln Center

    April 16 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
    The award-winning Temple University Jazz Band (TUJB) today announced its return to Jazz at Lincoln Center in a one-night only concert April 16th at 8:00 p.m. Hailed as one of today’s leading jazz student ensembles, TUJB is joined on stage by its sister groups — TU’s Symphony Orchestra and Studio Orchestra—as well as its Faculty Sextet: Terell Stafford, Dick Oatts, Bruce Barth, Tim Warfield, Mike Boone and Justin Faulkner. Program includes the New York premiere of Billy Childs’s Labyrinth, the world premiere of Bill Cunliffe’s Rainforests, Argentine composer Alberto Ginastera’s energetic Four Dances from Estancia and Banks Sapnar’s Red Braid from the performance that earned the TUJB second place at this year’s Jack Rudin Jazz Championship. In celebration of the school’s latest album release, the Faculty Sextet performs the eponymous track from Fly With the Wind (TBR 4.14.23, BCM&D Records).
  • Intergenerational Jazz Power Jam: Voices & Rhythm

    April 20 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
    Jazz Power Initiative presents Intergenerational Jazz Power Jam: Voices & Rhythm featuring Dr. E, Zah! Ensemble and Jazz Power with special guests Annette A. Aguilar, percussion, Michael Blake, saxophone and flute and Harlem Samba. Voices & Rhythm celebrates the African diaspora through rhythms rooted in swing and samba featuring songs by Jon Hendricks and Paulinho da Viola.

    Thursday, April 20th 2023 7-8:30 PM
    Alianza Dominicana Cultural Center
    530 W 166th St, New York, NY 10032
    No charge for admission

    April 21 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
    The New York Times describes Samara Joy as a “silky-voiced rising jazz star” and the Boston Globe compliments her “warm, capacious vocal instrument and breathtaking technique.” The 22-year old burst onto the world stage when her TikTok videos of soulful standards went viral landing her on the TODAY Show. She is newly signed to the prestigious Verve records label and has already received two GRAMMY nominations for Best New Artist and Best Vocal Jazz Album. She brings a fresh, youthful energy to timeless jazz classics and is no doubt on her way to being the great legend of this generation. This performance is made possible by the Medical University of South Carolina.

    5PM @ Charleston Music Hall

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