The National Jazz Museum in Harlem Fall Benefit Concert: Uptown in Autumn
The National Jazz Museum in Harlem’s Fall Benefit Concert will be held at the historic Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture this year celebrating Harlem’s nearly century-long support for jazz!
Guiding us on a musical journey that traces the evolution and migration of the music we love, from Southern blues to Chicago, New York and beyond are:
• W.C. Handy Award-wining blues vocalist Guy Davis
• The relentlessly inventive Harlem pianist Marc Cary with
Ronnie Burrage, drums
Ron Blake, saxophone
Curtis Lundy, bass
• Jazz legends Randy Weston and Reggie Workman.
Our reception includes light hors d’oeuvres and drinks along with live music and presentations on the Sonny Rollins and Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis exhibits now on view at the Schomburg Center and Jazz Museum.
November 14, 2017
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
515 Malcolm X Blvd
Harlem, New York, NY 10037
Reception at 6pm, Concert at 7:30pm
Tickets start at $25 (+ member discounts)