• Desert Island Discs
    Maria Schneider

    Grammy Award winning jazz composer Maria Schneider discusses her latest album The Thompson Fields and shares her eight essential Desert Island Discs with music critic and jouranlist Ted Panken. Join us Tuesday, January 17th.

  • Support our Work
    Year-End Appeal – It’s not too late!

    This has been an exciting year for The National Jazz Museum in Harlem, and we would like to thank all who have contributed to its success.  We also ask at this time for your continued financial support in our year end appeal.

  • VInyasa Jazz Flow
    Move and Groove

    Join us Saturday, January 14th for a 60 minute vinyasa flow set to tunes that we know and love best: jazz. This carefully curated sequence seamlessly unites mind and body with skillful postures and mindful breathing.  Flow towards deep relaxation.

  • Special Event
    Howard Johnson @ 75 Concert

    Multi-instrumentalist, jazz composer, and arranger Howard Johnson has revolutionized the tuba for over 50 years. On Sunday, January 29th, we celebrate Howard’s 75th birthday with live music co-presented with Seed Artists.

  • Available exclusively on Apple Music
    Savory Collection Vol. 2

    The Savory Collection, Volume 2 – Jumpin’ at the Woodside: The Count Basie Orchestra Featuring Lester Young, includes 22 rare tracks from the late 30’s.

  • Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn Jam Session
    Saturday Sessions

    Grab your instrument, bring a chart, and build your chops with a community of budding contemporary musicians and living legends a we give homage to Harlem’s jazz giants.
    Join us Saturday, January 7th.

Latest News
December 23, 2016

Season’s Greetings from The National Jazz Museum in Harlem! This has been an exciting year for The National Jazz Museum in Harlem, and we would like to thank all who…

Today In Jazz
January 18

Saxophonist Steve Grossman is born in 1951 in New York City. The First Esquire Jazz Concert is held in 1944, at the Metropolitan Opera House. Trumpeter Clifford Brown records the LP Clifford Brown-Max Roach Quintet with Strings, 1955.

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