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The Jazz Gallery Has Found A New Home.

The Jazz Gallery is pleased to announce that we've secured a new space! Located in Manhattan just north of the Flatiron building and Madison Square Park, our new 1,800 square foot home is easily accessible by most major train lines and buses. The performance room, which occupies the 5th floor of 1160 Broadway, is currently known as The Salt Space, and has been the site of adventurous jazz concerts and art exhibitions for a few years now. We're particularly excited about the warmth of the space, and the way that it reflects the same welcoming and nurturing atmosphere that we've fostered at our existing location.

We will be sharing The Salt Space with the Gallery Church, an organization which is also housed at 1160 Broadway and which has an established track record of supporting the arts. This partnership is a solution which will allow us to continue our programming in Manhattan, even as increasing gentrification in Manhattan is forcing many other arts organizations to relocate to other boroughs.

We look forward to serving the jazz community in our new home in new and exciting ways, as well as through continuing our programming of over 180 performances per year by groundbreaking artists, our commissions and residencies, and our Woodshed initiative, which provides free rehearsal space to artists.

But we still need your help. Securing a new space is an important first step, but in order to survive this transition and ensure a stable future, The Gallery also needs to close our budget gap and a cash reserve. Please take a moment to read about how you can help below. With your support, we look forward to continuing to nurture and invigorate artists and audiences in our new home.


We Still Need Your Help.

  • The Jazz Gallery relies on the support of our members, and we hope you will join us as we move into the next stage in our organization's history. Become a member today, and receive a special voucher for one free entry to a performance of your choice in our new space! You'll also continue to get the same great perks that our members enjoy, including reduced rates of admission, invitations to special events, and more. For more information about becoming a member, please click here.

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