Nashville’s community center for jazz, with classes, public performances, and special events. The Nashville Jazz Workshop is a non-profit organization supporting jazz musicians, jazz fans, and the jazz community.


The Staff and Board of the Nashville Jazz Workshop have issued a Special Statement on Racism and Racial Equity. READ HERE

If you missed last week’s From The Archives you can still watch it on NJW’s YouTube channel. The program was part 2 of a special program from Freedom Rider Dr. Rip Patton & guitarist Geary Moore: The Mississippi Freedom Rides,” with music by Geary Moore, Rip Patton, John Birdsong, and Joe Davidian. WATCH HERE

Jazz From Home Wednesday, July 1 with pianist David RodgersWATCH THE RECORDED STREAM HERE.

Upcoming Classes

The Jazz Workshop has classes from introductory to advanced — for students just learning jazz, professionals wanting to “sharpen their edges,” and non-musicians wanting to learn more about jazz. Instructors are Nashville’s finest jazz musicians.

Online classes start Monday, July 6. REGISTER HERE.

These are LIVE interactive classes on Zoom. (Participants need to download this free app to be able to participate in the class). Please make sure you have access to high speed internet, and the ability to play tracks on a separate device (performance classes). We suggest a USB mic and a desktop/laptop set up. 

Color Key:

  • Instrumentalists
  • Vocalists
  • All Musicians and Enthusiasts

Session Dates: July 6 to July 24, 2020