Jazz In Town: Jazz Appreciation and Hotel Henry Jazz Gets Underway

Each year, the Smithsonian National Museum of American History sponsors the celebration of April Is Jazz Appreciation Month.  Encouraging us all to get out and support, as well as, appreciate the true American original art form called jazz. Highlights JazzBuffalo Presents: My Cousin Tone’ at the Hotel Henry Jazz Concert Series, Wednesday, April 11th at […]

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JazzBuffalo Plans 10 Plus Concerts To Celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month and International Jazz Day

Last April, JazzBuffalo and the jazz community in Buffalo became first-time participants in the annual April Is Jazz Appreciation Month celebration taking place across the United States.  Since 2002, the Smithsonian National Museum of American History has been promoting this month-long celebration devoted to the American art form.  JazzBuffalo will host 10 concerts in conjunction with […]

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Jazz In Town: The Art of Jazz Greatness Visits Buffalo

A week ahead of very special jazz is about to happen.  Truly shaping up to be a special year for jazz so far. Highlights Billy Childs Quartet, Sunday, March 18 at 3 pm at the Albright-Knox Art of Jazz Series Next up in this series is the 2018 Grammy Award winner for Best Jazz Instrumental Album – […]

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Jazz In Town: Reaching Back To The Past For Great Jazz

Exciting jazz in the next and in the forthcoming weeks.  Signs the jazz scene in Buffalo continues to evolve and expand! Highlights Jon Lehning Underground, Thursday, February 15 at 8 pm at Buffalo Iron Works JazzBuffalo, in association with Buffalo Iron Works, is pleased to present The Jon Lehning Underground. A group that edifies the […]

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Jazz In Town: A Jazz World Awaits Us

Thank you to all who turned out for the JazzBuffalo Poll Awards Celebration held on Monday, January 29th at The Screening Room.  A great night of jazz unity and hearing great music by The Blue Note 8.  For more about this night, see this JazzBuffalo article: JazzBuffalo Celebration.   The youth movement in our JazzBuffalo community continues […]

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4th Annual JazzBuffalo Poll Awards Event Celebrates Jazz Unity With Great Music And Pics!

On Monday, January 29th the 4th Annual JazzBuffalo Poll Awards Celebration was held at the Screening Room.  A great evening of celebrating the tremendous wealth of jazz talent and performances in Greater Buffalo.   An opportunity for jazz unity that brings jazz musicians and jazz fans alike in celebrating the love for jazz.  The evening celebrated […]

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Jazz In Town: Monty Alexander And A Brassy Week Ahead!

The youth movement in jazz in Greater Buffalo will show up in numerous ways over the course of this week.  And, it is fabulous to see the exploration of jazz music – infused with contemporary and traditional concepts – by our young talented rising stars.  It is through them that we keep jazz alive! Thank […]

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Jazz In Town: Celebrating Song And The Birthday Of Django!

Jazz will hit several stages in the next week and the variety of jazz music means there is something for everyone!    Congratulations to all of the winners, runner-ups, and honorable mentions in the 4th Annual JazzBuffalo Poll.  Thank you to the audiences of readers and fans who helped make the poll an engaging means […]

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Announcing The Winners Of The 4th Annual (2017) JazzBuffalo Poll!

The fourth annual JazzBuffalo Poll results are in and the winners of each category are determined!  The poll is a casting of ballots by readers of JazzBuffalo, audiences, fans, musicians, and supporters of jazz.  As we state every year, the poll is not a “best of” from a critic point of view.  Rather, it represents the […]

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Jazz In Town: Quintet, Orkestra, Band

After the coldest weather in a very long time, look for jazz to begin to heat up in the area.  We move on from the holidays into what will be an exciting year of jazz.    Highlights The Beatles Jazz Quintet w/Mark Marinaccio, Thursday, January 11 at 7 pm at Pausa Art House Jazz and […]

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