Honoring the legendary Jazz musician Charlie Parker’s contribution to jazz, the Charlie Parker Jazz Festival is once again set to entertain audiences at Harlem’s Marcus Garvey Park. This year, the Jazz festival is more of a celebration than ever as it’s around the centennial of the term “jazz,” and what would have been the 100th birthdays of late jazz greats including
What’s more American than jazz?
Move over, apple pie. This Independence Day weekend is all about jazz. And what better way to salute and celebrate this fundamentally American institution than spending it here with us at Minton’s, the birthplace of bebop.
This Friday through Sunday, enjoy live music performances across a range of jazz styles. Reservations are recommended, and walk-ins are always welcome.
The Don P. Quintet
with special guest Cyrus Chestnut
A Sunday Brunch Residency
Brianna will bring her lively, very entertaining show to Ginny’s Supper Club tonight. This is a great early show choice. I love her dynamic delivery of jazz. She’s soulful, very skilled and just plain fun. Show is from 7:30 – 9:30 this evening at Ginny’s Supper Club, downstairs from Red Rooster Harlem.
I love the flavor that Silvana brings to Harlem. This is the third establishment offered by owners of Yatenga French Bistro and Shrine World Music Venue. Silvana offers a fresh variety of musical talent tonight. It’s worth checking out the vibe and spirits there while you take in any of the below performances.
Silvana is located at 300 W. 116th Street
(SW corner of Frederick Douglass Blvd/8th)
Settepani offers the extraordinary talent of Rodney Green tonight during their Ode to Harlem series. He’s an incredibly astute drummer with an equally high level band. It’s a lovely experience to indulge any of Settepani’s delectable offerings, and it’s a perfect match for the music of Mr. Green. Show tonight is from 7:00 to 10:00 pm.
Find Settepani at 196 Lenox Avenue @ 120th Street