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.
the Jazz Forum:
The only jazz club in westchester
NOW OPEN • Tarrytown, NY
Jazz Forum at 1 Dixon Lane in Tarrytown, NY
On June 9th, 2017 Mark Morganelli and his wife, Ellen Prior opened the Jazz Forum as the only dedicated Jazz club in Westchester County, New York. This 90-seat weekend-only live music venue is an intimate listening room with a warm and welcoming mood, affordable ticket prices and clear sightlines from all seats. The Jazz Forum was launched with sold-out performances by the Roy Hargrove Quintet and has been presenting internationally renowned and master musicians to enthralled audiences, including “regulars” and newcomers every week since the opening. One patron commented, "There are gods among us! The talent is inspiring to see performed and heard live!"
The club presents headliner Jazz artists on Friday and Saturday nights, Brazilian groups on Sundays afternoons, top-notch Jazz groups on Sunday nights, and monthly jam sessions. With a Steinway grand piano, hand-crafted walnut bar, informal dinner and full bar menu, separate lounge and pool room, and contemporary art gallery, fans have draped the club with love.
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.
Watch for the 2018 summer concert calendar in the Spring! Be sure to sign up for our email blasts for updates.
Become a Jazz ForuM ARTS Donor
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.
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“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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