Live From Dizzy’s will stream every Thursday beginning October 1
Jazz at Lincoln Center welcomes audiences around the world back to Dizzy’s Club virtually with the launch of Live From Dizzy’s, a weekly series of real-time live streamed concerts led by jazz’s long established artists and rising stars, and delivered with the high-quality production values for which Jazz at Lincoln Center live performances have become renowned.
Beginning on October 1, Live From Dizzy’s performances each led by Catherine Russell, Bill Charlap, Jeremy Pelt and George Cables, Christian Sands, Wynton Marsalis, Alexa Tarantino, Julian Lee, Isaiah J. Thompson, Endea Owens and Kyle Poole will stream every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. EDT on jazz.org/livefromdizzys. See the schedule of performances below.
To accommodate viewers around the world, sets will be re-broadcast at the following times on the same evening or following day depending on region:
Pacific Standard Time: Same evening at 7:30 p.m. PST / 10:30 p.m. EDT
Japan Standard Time: Following day at 8:30 p.m. JST/ 7:30 a.m. EDT
Central European Summer Time: Following day at 7:30 p.m. CEST / 1:30 p.m. EDT
Virtual ticket holders will have access to an artist interview hosted by Dizzy’s Club General Manager Roland Chassagne prior to each Live from Dizzy’s performance.
Artists and staff will be performing under the guidelines established for Media Production in New York. Jazz at Lincoln Center is observing all recommended protocols for cleaning, testing, and safety.
Access to Live From Dizzy’s virtual concerts are free for Jazz at Lincoln Center members. To learn more about becoming a member, visit jazz.org/membership.
For non-members, virtual tickets for Live From Dizzy’s concert events are available now on jazz.org/livefromdizzys. A suggested $10.00 Live From Dizzy’s ticket price, per livestream performance, helps support Jazz at Lincoln Center.
On the day of the concert event, ticket holders will receive a private online link and password with access to view the performance.
Live From Dizzy’s Schedule
October 1: Catherine Russell Trio
October 8: Bill Charlap: An Evening of Solo Piano
October 15: Jeremy Pelt and George Cables
October 22: Christian Sands Duo
October 29 : Jazz at Lincoln Center Presents: Let Freedom Swing
With emphasis on the blues, a top flight ensemble of up-and-coming jazz artists will illustrate the diverse origins and collective spirit that have made jazz America’s most significant artistic contribution.
November 5: Young Stars of Jazz with special guest Wynton Marsalis
Featuring Alexa Tarantino, Julian Lee, Isaiah J. Thompson, Endea Owens and Kyle Poole
November 12: Ulysses Owens Jr.’s Generation Y
November 19: Brandon Goldberg Quintet
Since March, Jazz at Lincoln Center’s performance, education, and advocacy resources have been shared for free with the organization’s growing global community of over two million people, to share in-turn with their friends, family, fans, supporters, companies, and constituencies. Although The House of Swing may temporarily be dark to audiences, we at Jazz at Lincoln Center are providing resources for cultural nourishment and comfort in these uncertain times. Since 2014, Jazz at Lincoln Center has developed a wealth of audio recordings, video footage, music charts, photos, writings, and interactive material to serve its growing audience of fans, musicians, educators, advocates, students, and scholars. Jazz at Lincoln Center is making available a robust, curated and frequently updated program of offerings to reach people all over the world and bring the healing power of jazz into homes and communities.