Jazz In Town: Gypsy Jazz Lives On

The word is spreading about the jazz scene in Buffalo and JazzBuffalo.  Many people from all over the country and globe attended jazz conferences and festivals in New York City this past weekend.  A surprising number have heard about the jazz fans in Buffalo, JazzBuffalo, and the jazz city we are growing!  Let’s keep it going!

Featured Event

Celebrate Django Reinhardt’s 110th birthday

Friday, January 17 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm
The Cave71 Military Rd
Buffalo, NY 14207 United States 
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The Cave will host a celebration of Django Reinhardt’s 110th birthday with four of Buffalo’s best gypsy jazz inspired groups. The line-up is composed of Carina and the Six String Preacher, The Hot Club of Buffalo, The Paper Roses, and French ConéXion. The music of Django Reinhardt, commonly called gypsy jazz was created in the 1930s by guitarist Django Reinhardt and violinist Stephane Grappelli and continues to be practiced today by musicians such as Bireli Lagrène, The Rosenberg Trio, John Jorgenson…

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Upcoming Jazz Events On JazzBuffalo.org

Be sure to check out the full listing of upcoming jazz events in the area.  Far too many to list in an email newsletter.  Click the link below!

Partner Spotlight: The Terrace at Delaware Park

The schedule for January 2020 Jazz & Cocktail Nights and JazzBrunch Sundays at the Terrace at Delaware Park is now set.  Taking place on Friday and Saturday nights from 6 pm to 9 pm and Sunday brunch from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm.  The iconic cultural city location has been a great addition to the arts, culture, and jazz scenes.


Are We Ready For ArtsBuffalo?

Arts Buffalo

The embracing of JazzBuffalo as the area’s #1 source for jazz events calendar and jazz content has continued unabated the last three years.  Becoming an integral part of how people are able to find out about jazz events and to learn more about the art of jazz.  So much so, we are receiving interests from the arts in Buffalo to expand the digital events calendaring and stories to other arts and culture communities.  This would take considerable effort.  We would like to gauge this interest amongst you – the audience.  Click on the link below to vote for yes or no on whether we should pursue such an effort.  Or, go directly to www.artsbuffalo.org.  Your interests are important to know about and they count!  Share with others who are interested in the arts!

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As we look ahead to 2020, JazzBuffalo continues to grow and to support the need for enriching our community through jazz event listings, stories, and concerts.  Will you consider becoming a JazzBuffalo Patron to continue the development of JazzBuffalo as an integral part of what makes our city one of the best for arts and culture in the country?  Click on the Become A Patron button below and become a supporting patron for as little as $1/month.

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