Early Bird Registration: August 1 – September 15, 2019 Two Day Pass: $125
Priority Registration: September 16 – October 31, 2019 Two Day Pass: $175 Single Day Pass: $125
Regular Registration: November 1 – December 31, 2019 Two Day Pass: $200 Single Day Pass: $150
Week-of Registration: January 1 – onward, 2020 Two Day Pass: $250 Single Day Pass: $200
50% discount at any time. Must show valid student ID at registration.
Partner organizations to be announced shortly. Partners will offer their constituents a 15% off discount code.
We have arranged for special rates for Jazz Congress attendees at the famous Empire Hotel, located at 44 W. 63rd Street, just a few blocks from Jazz at Lincoln Center and across the street from Lincoln Center. The luxurious hotel features both a Lobby Bar and a Rooftop Bar perfect for socializing and meetings. Rooms start at just $109 per night, and you can extend your stay before or after Jazz Congress in order to attend APAP and/or Winter Jazzfest. More details to follow. Book here.
About Jazz Congress:
Jazz Congress brings together members of the global jazz community to network and grow the audience for the music. The annual gathering also seeks to nurture businesses and organizations that promote, produce, present, market, and support jazz.
The second annual Jazz Congress, co-produced by Jazz at Lincoln Center and JazzTimes, was held in January 2019 and drew more than 1,068 attendees from around the world. More than 198 performers, panelists, and speakers participated in performances, workshops, and 45 panel discussions. The 2019 keynote session featured members of Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, and The Bruce Lundvall Award was presented to Darlene Chan.
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