June 2, 2017 Don’t Miss Our Spring Gala!
Three of the most exciting names in jazz, Cecile McLorin Salvant, Joey Alexander, and Aaron Diehl share the stage for one night only! Now 20% off for students and seniors….
May 27, 2017 We are closed for Memorial Day
Enjoy the holiday weekend.
May 11, 2017 Introducing The Savory Collection Vol. 3: Honeysuckle Rose
We’re thrilled to announce that the Savory Collection, Vol. 3: Honeysuckle Rose will be available for preorder starting May 19, exclusively on Apple Music. In the coming weeks, we’ll explore the…
May 1, 2017 International Jazz Day Celebration @ the UN
We kicked off our International Jazz Day Celebration on Thursday, April 27th at the United Nations in collaboration with UNESCO, Jamaican Mission to the UN and UN Jazz Society Band….
April 25, 2017 Unsung Ella!
Is there anything left to discover about the First Lady of Song? Oh yes! To help us celebrate Ella at 100, we asked some of our favorite singers to share…
April 20, 2017 Happy Birthday Lionel Hampton!
Hamp would have been 109 today! To celebrate, Loren Schoenberg’s sharing five of his favorite Hampton tracks, plus two new gems from The Savory Collection. Enjoy them now on Apple…
April 6, 2017 Listen Now: The Isaiah Thompson Quintet
Missed last week’s phenomenal debut by the Isaiah Thompson Quintet? For a limited time, enjoy two tracks from their performance right here. And thank you to all who came out…
April 6, 2017 Bill Charlap: Desert Island Discs
Let’s face it. We could listen to Bill Charlap talk music all day long. Here, the pianist and foremost interpreter of the American Songbook shares his must-have recordings. Yes, there’s…
March 29, 2017 Jon Batiste and Wynton Marsalis in the New York Times
Museum Board Member Wynton Marsalis and Co-Artistic Director Jonathan Batiste were recently featured in the New York Times for their recent release “The Music of John Lewis.” To read the…
March 14, 2017 In Memoriam: Tommy LiPuma
Board Chairman Timothy L. Porter and The National Jazz Museum in Harlem salute the legacy and mourn the loss of music producer Tommy LiPuma, who graced the museum’s board for…