Check out our April courses designed to teach artists at every skill level. Whether you’re looking to expand your knowledge of music history, learn about vocal health, or learn to play, we have you covered. Click the link below to learn more and find the perfect class for you!

We’re offering 6-week ($300), 3-week ($150), listening courses ($100), and 1 day master classes ($50). These are our typical course prices, any courses with different pricing are listed. Learn about scholarship opportunities here.

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Classes for middle school through professional level, educators, anyone who wants to learn! Please read course description or contact us via the registration form with any questions.

Color Key:

  • Instrumentalists
  • Vocalists
  • All Musicians and Enthusiasts

Session Dates: April 15 to May 22, 2024

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Jazz AM is a monthly program for the community that entertains and educates kids and families in a fun, interactive setting!

This program is just one of the many exciting shows taking place at the Jazz Cave in 2024. Don’t miss out on the fun! Here’s the schedule:

April 6: Dizzy Gillespie

May 4: Billie Holiday

June 8: Nat Cole

June 15: Juneteenth Celebration. We will perform the Ella Fitzgerald show at 1pm

July 6: Celia Cruz

August 3: Louis Armstrong


ATTENTION JAZZ CAVE CONCERT-GOERS: You can add a delicious Charcuterie or Cheese box to your Jazz Cave concert ticket! More information here


March Class Session

For information about scholarships, click here. See our class schedule page for tuition information.

Color Key:

  • Instrumentalists
  • Vocalists
  • All Musicians and Enthusiasts

Session Dates: February 26 to April 4, 2024

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Wednesday


Looking for a hip space for your next private or corporate event? You can rent the Jazz Cave! More information here

 


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Nashville Jazz Workshop programs are supported in part by Metro Arts and the Tennessee Arts Commission. This program is being supported, in part, by federal award number SLFRP5534 awarded to the State of Tennessee by the U.S. Department of the Treasury.


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