News Room

Welcome to the JAZZ HOUSE KiDS News Room, a resource for members of the news media. Below, please find the latest news, press releases, images, media guidelines, and information about how to get in touch with members of the Public Relations team.

Digital Stage

JAZZ HOUSE KiDS is proud to bring you a collection of concerts from virtual benefits and student showcases to past live gigs and festivals. 


Looking for information about a events, education program, or JAZZ HOUSE KiDS announcement? Brows through our press releases by date.


Read the latest “JAZZ HOUSE KiDS on the Sunny Side of the Street.” Get highlights of new programs, our amazing students, and  special events.


Browse the JAZZ HOUSE KiDS archives and find articles on past events, concerts, educational programs and community work.


An Instrument for Learning - JAZZ HOUSE in school program at Patterson

We’ve hit the big 2-0!

“Music has really boosted up my confidence! I’ve gotten to play and talk in front of so many people. Playing music means everything to me. It’s like a getaway. Music

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Director of Jazz Education + Performance (NYC)

JAZZ HOUSE KiDS seeks a Director of Jazz Education + Performance to lead our expanded activities in lower Manhattan. This position is committed to making jazz education accessible to everyone regardless of their socioeconomic status and level of ability. We seek a strong jazz musician and experienced educator interested in sharing their experience and expertise and lead our team of acclaimed jazz artists and innovative programming which provides world class training and free access to all programming.

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Coleman Hughes

JAZZ AT ONE: Coleman Hughes

Coleman Hughes is an American writer and podcast host. He was a fellow at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research and a fellow and contributing editor at their City Journal, and is

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Review the annual impact report to see how our programs provide for the community, along with a message from JAZZ HOUSE KiDS president Melissa Walker.

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