Jazz Forum Arts is a 501 (c) 3 not-for-profit arts presenting organization, whose mission is to present top-quality arts events to the public, at little or no cost, while enhancing the appreciation of Jazz, America's pre-eminent indigenous musical art form.
Announcing the New Jazz Forum Club
NOW OPEN • Tarrytown, NY
Introducing Jazz Forum at 1 Dixon Lane in Tarrytown, NY
Mark Morganelli, musician, producer and Executive Director, has opened this 100-seat venue, with a Steinway grand piano, hand-crafted walnut bar, light menu, separate lounge and pool room, and a contemporary art gallery. The Jazz Forum will present headline jazz artists on Fridays and Saturdays and celebrated Brazilian groups on Sundays. It will offer an intimate listening room with clear views of the performing artists from all table and bar seats. The club will feature Italian wines, local beers, special cocktails and a full bar. The menu will be Italian “quiet food” of tapenades, charcuterie, cheeses, and desserts.
The Jazz Forum club is a program of Jazz Forum Arts, a not-for-profit arts presenting organization based in Westchester. The club’s presenting sponsor is Montefiore Health System. Additional support is provided by Jazz Forum Charter Donors and ArtsWestchester.
Become a Jazz Forum Charter Donor
As a Jazz Forum Charter Donor, you will have the opportunity to be celebrated for the life of the jazz club as a member of the core group, instrumental in making this unique non-profit venture possible. Your sponsorship will give Westchester residents and visitors fine music, great food and drink, and a warm and welcoming “place to be”. You will be investing in something you care deeply about and be able to call the Jazz Forum your home for music, art and community.
Learn more here.
“No, not restaurants that feature occasional guest performers, but bona fide cabaret-style clubs that host music performances during all business hours. Not enough jazz fans in Westchester? No worries: Pair the exceptional music with great food, and all will be well in Westchester.”
*The January 2017 issue of Westchester Magazine named “Jazz Clubs” on a list of the most needed additions to life in our county.
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