The Jazz Gallery

1160 Broadway, 5th Floor
The Jazz Gallery is a not-for-profit jazz cultural center providing performance and exhibition space for work in the arts - visual, literary and musical - that takes jazz as its central influence. Our goal is to present an expanded understanding of j... more

The Jazz Gallery is a not-for-profit jazz cultural center providing performance and exhibition space for work in the arts - visual, literary and musical - that takes jazz as its central influence. Our goal is to present an expanded understanding of jazz as a cultural tradition which brings music together with other arts and thus extends far beyond its musical form. Founded in 1995, the Gallery is also chartered as a New York State museum.


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1160 Broadway, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10001
(646) 494-3625
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Admission And Hours

Mon - Thu: $15.00/$10 for members
Fri - Sat : $22/$12 for members
Two Sets Each Night (unless indicated otherwise)
7:30PM and 9:30PM
RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED
TEL. 646-494-3625

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