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Jazz Forum @ Home vol. 7: Nanny Assis Live!

Jazz Forum @ Home vol. 7: Nanny Assis Live!

Westchester’s Only Dedicated Jazz Club
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1 Dixon Lane Tarrytown, NY • (914) 631-1000

We’re live with Jazz Forum @ Home including weekly free-of-charge Facebook Live Streaming series from artists’ homes on Saturdays at 7 pm EDT.


Watch our previous Facebook Live performances:
Julius Rodriguez • Sherma Andrews • Ted Rosenthal • Ann Hampton Callaway

Fred Hersch Trio

Fred Hersch performing at the Jazz Forum playing Jerome Kern & Oscar Hammerstein II’s “The Song Is You” & Thelonious Monk’s “Blue Monk”

Feat. John Hébert, bass and Eric McPherson, drums. 


Maynard Ferguson with Stan Kenton

I first heard Maynard Ferguson’s big band at Eisenhower Park, East Meadow, LI while I was in high school, 1973. A couple years later, I caught Stan Kenton’s orchestra at Rider College, Lawrenceville, NJ where my sister Danette was attending. Enjoy this amazing archival video clip of Stan’s band featuring Maynard, with Shelly Manne on drums, 1950 – their TV debut on the Ed Sullivan Show!

Mark Morganelli

(Almost) Daily Facebook Live Broadcasts
of artists previously presented by Jazz Forum Arts 

Bob James 10 am Watch here
Fred Hersch 1 pm Watch here
Ted Rosenthal 5 pm Watch here
Chick Corea 6 pm Watch here
Jay Leonhart 7 pm Watch here

All times EDT.

Bill Hardman & Junior Cook Quintet featuring Walter Bishop, Jr. performed many times at both Jazz Forum lofts and I learned a great deal about music by listening, asking questions and (best of all) sitting in with them. These photos, by Mitchell Seidel were taken around 1979/80 at the first Jazz Forum, 50 Cooper Square, NYC.
Mark Morganelli

For parents, grandparents and caretakers who are at home with kids, Jitterbugs is here for you! We’ll share videos and activities to keep you and your children musically busy. Enjoy!

Charlie Parker played be bop…
… and it sounded like alphabet, chickadee, overshoes, reeti-footi! Follow along the book “Charlie Parker Played Be Bop” by Christopher Raschka, narrated by our very own Sara Langbert! (Like the book? Buy it here!)


Meet the ArtistTim Armacost
Interview by Salina LeBris

“My college teachers, Charlie and Bobby, helped me to find my way deeper into the music.”

– Tim Armacost

Please contribute to Jazz Together, our emergency campaign to support the Jazz Forum, the 34 free outdoor summer concerts and our new Jitterbugs children’s education program. The Jazz Forum Arts Board of Directors is leading the campaign with generous initial contributions totalling $20,000. We hope you will join them.


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