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The Best Live Jazz Music In NYC

Exclusive, Unrivaled Events In Unique Intimate Settings

From seasoned professionals to up-and-comers – our musicians always bring their A-game! With our Harlem Safe House Jazz Parlor event, guests have the opportunity to mix and mingle with the historic brownstone homeowners and the world-class musicians themselves. Our Harlem Jazz Series option provides guests with some of the best live jazz music in New York City, day or night! No need to look for a Harlem jazz club as this unique event allows guests to meet and chat with the musicians themselves while enjoying the world-class concerts in our wonderful venues.


Harlem Jazz Boxx’s Gospel Events

Looking for an authentic Gospel event in Harlem? Look no further. Gospel music is a powerfully uplifting experience that everyone should experience, and what better place to experience it than the famous New York City neighborhood Harlem? We have our Harlem Gospel Series every Wednesday, our Easter Weekend Gospel Celebration, and our Harlem Holiday Gospel Celebration for those who want to experience a festive Christmas gospel ceremony!


Who Are The Brilliant Musicians?

We have put together a list of the splendid jazz musicians who have performed for the Harlem Jazz Series(opens in a new tab) and Harlem Safe House Jazz Parlor(opens in a new tab). The links on the page go to various jazz musician biographies, where you will find professional jazz musician photos, jazz musician videos, and their social media information. Get to know them and you’ll vastly increase your understanding and enjoyment of jazz!

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Who Are We?

Read About Our History & Our Founders

Harlem Jazz Boxx has been bringing you live jazz since 2014. Spearheaded by three united entities – Craig Harris, Carolyn Johnson, and the Arts & Education Continuum – Harlem Jazz Boxx forms a happy collaboration that consistently presents the very best live jazz in Harlem. It’s a rare sort of synergy, a win/win for the lucky listeners, for the jazz musicians themselves, and especially for our beloved Harlem.

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