The second annual Jazz Congress will take place on January 7 & 8, 2019 at Frederick P. Rose Hall, home of Jazz at Lincoln Center, located at Broadway at 60th Street, New York, New York. Want to let others know you’re coming? RSVP to our Facebook event and like our Facebook page to stay up-to-date as we announce special guests and panels!
Registration Rates and Dates:
Early Bird Registration
August 1 – September 20, 2018
$125 (Two Day Pass)
September 21 – October 31, 2018
Two Day Pass: $175
Single Day Pass: $125
November 1 – December 31, 2018
Two Day Pass: $200
Single Day Pass: $150
January 1 – 8, 2019Two Day Pass: $250
Single Day Pass: $200
Students receive a 50% discount on registration. Email us with a copy of your valid student ID and provide your expected graduation date to receive access to this discount.
A full list of partners is available on our website. Partners offer their constituents a 15% off discount code.
Special accommodation rates for 2019 Jazz Congress attendees, starting at $100, are available at the Hudson Hotel New York, located a two-minute walk from the conference venue, at 358 W. 58th Street, between 8th and 9th Avenues. The special rates are applicable for January 3 –
10, 2019 and must be booked by December 15, 2018.
Reservations can be made by calling (702) 577-2830 or toll-free (800) 606-6090. Attendees should request Hudson Hotel New York reservations for the group name “Jazz Congress.” The group code is JA0319. Click here to make a reservation online.
About Jazz Congress:
Jazz Congress brings together members of the global jazz community to network, as well as 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 inaugural Jazz Congress, co-produced by Jazz at Lincoln Center and JazzTimes, was held in 2018 and drew more than 800 attendees from around the world. More than 150 performers, panelists, and speakers participated in performances, workshops, and 30 panel discussions on topics including Jazz and Race, Gender and Jazz, Learning from Large Jazz Organizations, Why Performance Matters: Stagecraft Masterclass, Jazz in Film and TV Soundtracks, and more. The 2018 keynote address was delivered by NBA All-Star Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and The Bruce Lundvall Award was presented to Terri Lyne Carrington.