• In Memoriam: David Prittie 1954-2018

    The National Jazz Museum in Harlem would like to honor David Prittie, who recently passed unexpectedly. David was the graphic designer of our museum logo. (read more)

     

  • Benefit Concert 2018
    Thank you for your support!
    THANK YOU! You made it a night to remember! On behalf of the Board of Trustees and staff of the National Jazz Museum in Harlem, I thank you for your support of our gala, our work and of our organization. Your spirit and enthusiasm made this event a tremendous success! (see more)
  • Available Now! The Savory Collection 1935-1940, limited edition 6-CD Box Set

     

    If you still haven’t had a chance to hear the sonic treasure that is The Savory Collection, here’s a taste. It’s a historic and fleeting opportunity to own a treasure trove of previously unknown music.
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Latest News
July 12, 2018

The National Jazz Museum in Harlem would like to honor David Prittie, who recently passed unexpectedly. David was the graphic designer of our museum logo. His design was originally created…

Today In Jazz
July 16

Of all the jazz nightclub performances recorded live, few, if any, captured a moment as significant as the evening of July 16, 1961. Both Dolphy and Little had mastered the recent idioms of jazz and were developing new ways of expressing themselves.

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  • An Eric Dolphy and Booker Little Session