Harlem Safe House Jazz Parlor

Eat, drink, talk, and enjoy the jazz!

Unique, intimate Harlem jazz concert

First Thursday of each month

Why you can’t miss this

The first Thursday of every month plays host to one of Harlem’s most intimate live jazz concerts. The venue will change (confirmed upon booking) and allow you the opportunity to mix and mingle with the historic brownstone homeowners and the world-class musicians themselves.


World-class live jazz concert

Craig Harris, curator of the Harlem Jazz Series, aims to inspire, educate, and entertain

Mr. Harris brings 50 years of innovation

Mix and mingle with the musicians and other guests in a relaxed environment

Opportunity to visit the interior space of a historic brownstone

dinner, wine, dessert while you enjoy the concert

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Event Details

The specifics

Price (USD)

$95 per person

Start time

8 pm – the house doors open at 7:30 pm

Meeting point

Confirmed upon booking (venue changes location)


Tuesday afternoon & Friday evening, April – January

Exceptions: December 24 – 25, December 31


2 hours

Group size

Maximum 30


High-quality live jazz concert, dinner, wine, and dessert

Not included


What to bring

Don’t forget to bring an open mind and heart, a love for jazz, a camera and a smile on your face

Good to know

Tour must be booked at least 48 hours in advance

What you'll experience

Create an unforgettable memory at this intimate jazz concert in a historic brownstone setting with hors d’oeuvres, wine, dessert, and, of course, the best live jazz music in Harlem! Mix and mingle with the musicians and homeowners while enjoying live jazz and learning about these cherished homes in Harlem.

A little more on our curator, Craig Harris

Craig Harris is a trombonist, composer, conceptualist, educator, and curator of the Harlem Jazz Series. Mr. Harris brings 50 years of innovation, craftsmanship, and excellence to improvisational music. Mr. Harris brings the breadth of this experience to the Harlem Jazz Series and presents the full spectrum of this great American art form. He aims to provide music that will inspire, educate, and entertain.

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