Neighborhood Concerts

All concerts start at 7:30 PM and end promptly at 9:00 PM, with family-friendly prices of $10.00 general admission, only $5.oo with student I.D. and FREE for children under 12 years old!

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Dave PosmotierPianist Dave Posmontier books and hosts the Cheltenham Concert Series at the Cheltenham Center for the Arts, 439 Ashbourne Road, Cheltenham, PA, every first Wednesday of the month. Click here for the artists appearing this season!  Contact Dave if you are a musician or singer who wishes to play on the Jazz in the Center series.

SuzanneCloud_smallSinger Suzanne Cloud books and hosts the Jazz in the Wood series at the Collingswood Community Center, 30 W. Collings Ave, Collingswood, NJ, every first Thursday of the month. Click here for the artists appearing this season!  Contact Suzanne if you are a musician or singer who wishes to play the Jazz in the ‘Wood series.

MikeBoone_smallRhendaFearrington_smallBassist Mike Boone and singer Rhenda Fearrington book and host Jazz on second Wednesdays at Lutheran Church of the Holy Communion, 2110 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. Click here for the artists appearing this season!  Contact Mike if you are a musician or singer who wishes to play on the Jazz in the Sanctuary series.

edgardo cintronEdgardo Cintron hosts Jazz at Fosters Military Lodge, 351 Charleston Road, Willingboro, NJ, every second Thursday. Click here for the artists appearing this season!  Contact Edgardo if you are a musician or singer who wishes to play the Willingboro Jazz series.

 

Jeff_Duperon_400pxWRTI’s Jeff Duperon hosts Jazz at Fellowship Hall at the Ridge Avenue United Methodist Church, 7811 Ridge Ave. (corner of Ridge and Shawmont Aves.) in Philadelphia on every Third Wednesday.  Click here for the artists appearing this premiere season, or here if you are a musician or vocalist who wishes to play the Roxborough series!

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These concerts are provided through grants from:  The Philadelphia Cultural Fund and Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. PCFpca