I had the opportunity to listen to concerts at The Jazz Gallery two times a week for more than one year and all of them moved me deeply. These were evenings full of new artistic vision. My heart was opened to unusual musical discoveries and a deeper understanding of music.
The Jazz Gallery is a place for those musicians who do not belong to the world of commerce, and who offer to listeners something very unique. To support their new projects and ideas, The Jazz Gallery board commissions the most talented and creative musicians to write music and gives them all possible support during the process of composing.
The entire team at the Jazz Gallery is caring, and thinks creatively about the needs of musicians and guests. Therefore, the Gallery takes care of them as best they can - artists and listeners can always count on hot tea, water, or stimulating conversation about life's vicissitudes : - )
The Jazz Gallery is an open house for all those who love art, new inspiration, and creative music. It's my home !
The Jazz Gallery is a wonderful listening space which has been supporting jazz and creative music in New York City for many years. In addition to programming great music of a wide stylistic range, they also commission many artists for the creation of new works. As both a listener and as a performer, I believe the Jazz Gallery is invaluable to the growth and livelihood of the music community in NYC.
The Jazz Gallery has been supporting some of my favorite artists for the last couple of decades by presenting their music, being a home for the to experiment in, and by encouraging them to write new music and ingage in new creative collaborations. It's an essential part of the young NY jazz scene, and ran by people who really care about the music!
The Jazz Gallery has nurtured generations of creative musicians, in a scene where support for upcoming artists is very rare and commercial interests are the priority. The "jazz" landscape in NY would not be the same without them. They are a hub for creativity and positiveness.
An essential incubator for the youngest generation of creative jazz musicians in NYC, The Jazz Gallery has a track record of providing critical assistance to an underserved community. They deserve special thanks for advancing the artistry and careers of some of the most important and trailblazing jazz musicians in the United States today. They deserve your support; please consider contributing to a small, community focused organization building great things from the ground floor up!
Consistently great music, and a breeding ground for musicians to create, collaborate and present their work to audiences who love music. A real community and treasure in NYC.
The Jazz Gallery is an essential music venue and cultural center in NYC. Both emerging and established international artists have found a home in which they can nurture their craft and creativity, thanks to The Jazz Gallery's adventurous programming and eagerness to support new music . Having had access to this space has enabled me to develop projects and introduce my work to new audiences. The first concert I played after moving to NY was at their original location at 290 Hudson St., and I am grateful for having them open their doors to my music and vision, without ever questioning or having me compromise my artistic and esthetic choices. I look forward to more art being developed at this oasis for creativity in NY.
The Jazz Gallery is a great club. It's an essential part of the New York City creative music scene. The Gallery will take chances an program young artists while also keeping veteran artists visible - it offers a great variety of quality shows. Overall a wonderful place, focused on musical creativity. Comfortable and simple, the environment here is entirely dedicated to music (no loud waiters or people talking during performances here).
As a young creative musician, I regard the Jazz Gallery as one of the most important cultural entities in New York. Not only does it allow audiences to access the most truthful and innovative musicians, it also nurtures these musician's creations and reinforces the bonds within the musical community. It's a place where artists and audiences are treated with utmost respect, and the jazz scene in New York simply wouldn't be what it is without it.
The Jazz Gallery is a great venue which truly supports new music and provides a great platform for music of the highest quality without pigeonholing.
I have always felt welcome and appreciated, even when I first moved to NYC and was not established here.
The Jazz Gallery team is fantastic and everyone works tirelessly to make this one of my favorite venues in town - it's a place run by people with a deep belief in music and its essentiality in life.