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Jazz Fest Concert Series and Fish Fry Option

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Enjoy a jazz concert in a 19th-century, Brooklyn brownstone house. 'Remembering When' is a celebration of music in the heart of Brooklyn's historic Bedford–Stuyvesant neighborhood, where jazz reigned in the 1930s. Enjoy live music performed in an intimate setting plus an open-mic session.

This jazz concert series is hosted in a salon-style, acoustic sound room — located inside a restored Victorian brownstone building in Brooklyn's historic Bedford Stuyvesant neighborhood.

Imagine retreating back to the 1930s, when jazz music reigned supreme in this burgeoning area. Spend the evening in an intimate setting, enjoying a live jazz concert, the option of a Southern fish fry buffet, and an open-mic opportunity to sing or play an instrument.

During the 1930s, music fans didn't have to go to Manhattan to experience the jazz scene. Brooklyn had one of it's own. Bedford Stuyvesant had the largest jazz neighborhood in Brooklyn, with venues that housed jazz greats like Thelonius Monk, Randy Weston, Miles Davis, Max Roach, Hank Mobley, and others.

All that eventually changed as jazz clubs began to wane in favor of a different generation of music. This concert series revives the local jazz scene of the past, with no bells, whistles, or amps. This is salon jazz — intimate, classic, acoustic concerts — every Friday and Saturday night.

Arrive early to meet the performers, then enjoy an evening of great music, with a behind-the-scenes look at this unique jazz venue.

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2017-18 Concert Season at the New York Philharmonic

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Join us in celebrating our 175th anniversary — a season of music and events that honor our storied legacy and rich history championing new masterpieces. The New York Philharmonic's 2017–18 season celebrates the Philharmonic's greatest strengths and essential commitments while looking to the future as an innovative, global ensemble, spotlighting its musicians and partners, dedication to new music, wide-ranging repertoire, education programs, and accessibility. This season Jaap van Zweden serves as Music Director Designate of the New York Philharmonic. He becomes Music Director in the 2018–19 season, succeeding musical leader Alan Gilbert (2009–17).

Welcome to the New York Philharmonic, and the world of classical music. Founded in 1842, the New York Philharmonic is the oldest symphony orchestra in the United States. The New York Philharmonic plays a leading cultural role in New York City, the United States, and the world. An experience at the New York Philharmonic can open new doors and create memories for a lifetime.

View the Itinerary section below for a list of events this season.
Please click on 'View additional info' for the David Geffen Hall seating chart. 

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Harlem Jazz Series

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The Harlem Jazz Series hosts some of today's most talented jazz musicians in the place where it all began. Curated and artistically directed by long-time Harlem resident Craig Harris, a renowned trombonist and composer.

Are you ready to enjoy some of the best jazz being performed in New York City?  If so, make your way to Harlem any Tuesday afternoon or Friday evening and sit back, listen and enjoy the ride.  Each year thousands of visitors and tourists flock to Harlem's clubs seeking to experience and hear the soulful music that Harlem has come to be known for.  No more waiting for the lights to go down or paying a hefty price to enjoy the soulful, immortal sounds and rhythms of Duke Ellington, Lena Horne, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis, to name just a few.  Their voices and music live on throughout the city as performers pay tribute to these greats every day.   

Every Tuesday afternoon and Friday evening, Harlem will play host to some of today's most talented jazz musicians while paying tribute to history's greatest jazz music and YOU'RE invited! These events are for all the senses, and it is meant to be both mentally and spiritually uplifting.

Tuesdays: 1st set: Noon – 12:45 p.m. (15min break); 2nd set: 1:00 p.m. – 1:45p.m. Price: $15

Concertgoers will spend the afternoon surrounded by the cool vibrations of jazz as they are soothed and invigorated by seemingly magical strings and horns.

 Fridays: 1st set: 7:00 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. (15 min break); 2nd set: 8:00 p.m. – 8:45 p.m. Price: $20

Friday evening concertgoers will enjoy this music-driven concerts joined by artists across the genres: visual, spoken word, theatre, and dance. These exciting artistic meet-ups make the Harlem Jazz Series on Fridays, a cultural indulgence and unique experience for all the senses.  

House doors open at 11:30 a.m. every Tuesday and 6:30 p.m. every Friday.  There is free parking Friday evenings.

The Harlem Jazz Series is artistically directed by Craig Harris, a trombonist, composer, arranger and long-time Harlem resident. Harris has been a major figure in the Harlem jazz scene since 1976. He has performed throughout the USA and abroad with some of the genre's most important figures.

The upcoming performance schedule will be listed on www.harlemjazzboxx.com.

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Harlem Gospel Holiday Celebration

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If you have never been to an authentic gospel concert, look no further. Spend a memorable holiday season at one of our 1-hour morning concert at Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, a prominent place of worship in Harlem since 1878. You'll experience powerful and uplifting gospel music at this annual holiday celebration.

These 1-hour gospel concerts takes place in the morning on December 24th and Christmas Day. Make your way to Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, a historically African-American place of worship in New York City's Harlem neighborhood.

Listen to uplifting and authentic gospel music that moves your heart and soul. You'll soon be toe-clapping, foot-stomping, and singing along with the stirring rhythms of gospel music that will fill the church on these two days.

The concert is artistically directed by Craig Harris, a trombonist, composer, and longtime Harlem resident who has been a major figure in the music scene since 1976. Harris has performed throughout the US and abroad with some of the genre's most important figures. You won't want to miss this memorable event.

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Harlem Safe House Jazz Parlor

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This 2-hour intimate jazz concert in a historic Harlem brownstone setting with hors d'oeuvres, wine and dessert is a unique opportunity to mix and mingle with the musicians and homeowners, while enjoying live jazz and learning about these cherished homes in Harlem. This exceptional evening runs the 1st Thursday of every month with different musicians performing at various homes in Harlem.

This 2-hour intimate experience provides a haven where music lovers can relax and engage with musicians while enjoying hors d'oeuvres, wine and dessert. This exceptional evening runs the 1st Thursday of every month with different musicians performing at various homes in Harlem.

The Harlem Safe House Jazz Parlor is artistically directed by Craig Harris, a trombonist, composer and longtime Harlem resident. When Craig Harris exploded onto the jazz scene in 1976, he brought the entire history of the jazz trombone with him. From the growling gutbucket intensity of early New Orleans music to the refined, articulate improvisation of the modern era set forth by J.J. Johnson and into the confrontational expressionism of the ‘60s avant-garde, Craig handled the total vernacular the way a skilled orator utilizes the spoken word. He has performed with a variety of progressive jazz's most influential figures, and his projects display both a unique sense of concept and a total command of the sweeping expanse of musical expression. It is those two qualities that have dominated Craig's past thirty years of activity, bringing him far beyond the confines of the jazz world, into the sphere of multimedia and performance art as composer, performer, curator and artistic director.