Jazz Live Stream Concerts To Watch This Week (Tuesday and Wednesday)

This week, there are a few notable concerts happening during the middle of the week worth watching. In addition to the JazzBuffalo weekend guide to jazz live streams, we wanted to highlight a few happening Tuesday and Wednesday. The DC JazzFest in collaboration with Live From Out Living Rooms has a spectacular line up that […]

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Stacey Kent Isolation Videos Are Next Best Thing

Today was to be a special day. Then, the COVID-19 pandemic caused a change in plans. Close to 400 jazz fans were looking forward to the rare appearance of the multi-talented and award-winning jazz vocalist, Stacey Kent on this Father’s Day. In what would have been her first-ever concert here in Buffalo at the Nichols […]

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Jazz At Home: Going Live With Jazz!

We are inching closer and closer with more reopenings and the return of live music under a different “normal.”  Without question, we are where we are because we followed the guidelines for stopping the spread of COVID-19.  Thank you, everyone!  And, diligent we must remain! One thing we have learned to keep in mind is […]

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Jazz At Home: Jazz In The Air!

It’s summer (close!) and we are entering into Phase 2 and 3 of the reopening.  Soon, we will have jazz and music filling the summer air.  Starting with Tappo Restaurant this coming Monday.  And, look for more news on the return of Chandlerville soon! The Return Of JazzMondays With My Cousin Toné At Tappo Rooftop […]

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Jazz At Home: Signs Of Reopening

Hints and glimmers of hope that we may begin some outdoor live music is joining the summer weather.  Stay tuned for more on the return of JazzMondays on Tappo Rooftop and the Chandlerville Thursday Jazz Series! Support Local Jazz Live Stream West Falls CFTA Jazz Trio Live Stream Friday, June 5 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm […]

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JazzBuffalo Accepts Invitation To Join 249 Allen Street Mix-Use Center

JazzBuffalo has accepted an invitation to join several Allentown leaders, spearheaded by Mark and Charles Goldman, in the development of a mix-use culture, arts, and performance center. The center will be located in a recently purchased vacant building at 249 Allen Street, which formerly housed Licata Plumbing. The center will offer a variety of cultural […]

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Jazz At Home: Jazz Distancing

(Photo: The late great Jimmy Cobb who left us this past week.) Are we ready to get back to live jazz concerts?  It depends on the audience size for most people according to the survey results article below.  Check it out if you haven’t yet. For now, more jazz live streams continue expanding.  So, be […]

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When Will Audiences Attend Live Jazz Concerts Again? Survey Says…

The immediate and abrupt halt to a thriving jazz scene filled with audiences in jazz clubs and jazz festivals has been pronounced. For countless jazz artists, jazz clubs, performing arts centers, and jazz festivals the COVID-19 pandemic has meant significant losses both in monetary and artistic value. People who make up jazz audiences are all […]

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Jazz At Home: Memorial Day Jazz Weekend

(Photo: A photo of Major Glen Miller and the U.S. Army Air Forces Big Band from the National WWII Museum.) We have reached Memorial Day weekend after enduring two months of #stayathome and NYS PAUSE guidelines.  It will be a different holiday weekend this time around.  The one thing that does not change is giving […]

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Jazz At Home: Rallying To Keep Jazz Alive

(Photo: Today is the birthday of Jay Beckenstein who co-founded Spyro Gyra and has had a long-term association as a saxophonist, composer, and arranger.) This past week, we are beginning to see a rallying cry amongst the jazz and performing arts communities.  New organizations and associations formed.  To show support, JazzBuffalo is conducting a brief […]

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