Jazz AM December: Jazzy Holidays
The next event is 10 am on Saturday, December 4th, at the Nashville jazz Workshop, 1012 Buchanan Street.
This is a free event, but tickets are required and seating is limited to 60. You will need a ticket for each adult and child. Tickets may be printed or displayed on your smart phone, and must be shown at the door.
For this event, COVID safety protocols will be followed: protocols will be posted and may change depending on conditions at the time.
- Audience members, performers, students and teachers will be asked to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within the preceding 72 hours of event or class.
- As an alternative, a person may volunteer proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
- A person may submit proof of antibodies as an alternative to a negative COVID-19 test.
- Masks are required for all patrons, with the exception of children under age 2.
The Nashville Jazz Workshop takes other precautions for patron and student safety:
- Seating for performances is reduced to 68 from full capacity (82).
- The Nashville Jazz Workshop follows the GOOD TO GO safety program created by The Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp, in cooperation with Vanderbilt Health, Ryman Hospitality Properties and SERVPRO.
Masks are required for all patrons, with the exception of children under age 2. Review our current Covid Protocols.
The Nashville Jazz Workshop is excited to launch a new series for children and families in the community, Jazz AM. The series of free Saturday morning programs offers a fun, interactive jazz concert for young people featuring music, puppets, improvisation, rhythm, and movement! The program, facilitated by trained professionals and Jazz musicians, will engage students, encourage creativity, promote collaboration, and build musical awareness for children age 2-10 and families.
“The impact of music on children has and will continue to be a profound part of children’s foundation,” says NJW Executive Director, Eric Dilts. “Learning about Jazz impacts children’s’ creativity and musical development even before they learn to play an instrument. We are excited to launch this initiative to the heart of the North Nashville community.”
Jazz AM is made possible with the help of generous sponsors and funding from the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. Many thanks to our lead sponsor, Zander Insurance.