Save The Jazz Presents “Brookland Jazz Series” – Free Concerts For All!

Brookland Jazz Series logo courtesy of Save The JAZZ
Brookland Jazz Series logo courtesy of Save The JAZZ

Save the JAZZ is an organization whose mission is “to foster an environment in which Jazz music can continue to grow and thrive and to encourage a new, enthusiastic audience to discover and embrace the music.” We were excited to learn that this great organization will be hosting the Brookland Jazz Series which will be free to the public of all ages. From their website:

Saturday, August 3, 2013 – Kick off event

Brookland Artspace Lofts (3305 8th Street, NE Washington DC)                                                                                                         4:30pm -6:30pm

Groove to the sounds of trumpeter Freddie Dunn leading a smoking troupe of stellar musicians.Check out cutting-edge art, and meet your resident artists and neighbors! Light refreshments provided

Saturday, September 21

Brookland Jazz Series vol. 2 “One Night in Brookland”                                                                                                                             Brookland Edge Arts Building                                                                                                                                                                                    6:00pm -9:00pm

 A thrilling night of scintillating music, art, food, and fun. Groove to live music from top area bands. Meet and greet exciting luminaries from the DC arts scene. Experience soul-stirring works of art culled from your own backyard! The artists of Brookland Artspace, Dance Place’s ‘Art on 8th’, and Save the JAZZ, join with Cultural DC, and Monroe Street Market to present “One Night in Brookland” installment two of the Brookland Jazz Series!

For more information contact info(at)savethejazz(dot)org or check out their Facebook page.

One thought on “Save The Jazz Presents “Brookland Jazz Series” – Free Concerts For All!”

  1. We went yesterday evening after enjoying wonderful conversation and the Ethiopian coffee ceremony at Askale. Freddie Dunn and hus band are quite good. For jazz lovers don’t miss the next one!

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