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New Year’s Eve Jazz

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December 30, 2021

Dear Friends of Jazz Forum,

Although we cannot ring in 2022 with you – our beloved patrons – we wanted to share our recommendations for a Jazz-filled New Year’s Eve at home! We look forward to welcoming you back to the Jazz Forum when it is safe to do so. In the meantime, we wish you a healthy and happy start to the New Year.

Stay warm and healthy and take care,
Mark, Ellen and the Jazz Forum Staff

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WBGO Toast of the Nation
December 31 @ 8 PM – 12 AM
“As we mark another 365 days around the sun, it’s time for some reflection and glorious celebration. We have a whole lot to be thankful for, including our ability to enjoy live music again.For our annual Toast of the Nation party, we present five powerhouse performances: The Quinteto Astor Piazzolla celebrates the centennial of Argentina’s legendary late composer
(recorded live at the Musical Instruments Museum), The Brandee Younger Quartet offers healing vibrations on an outside farm (recorded live at the Arts Center at Duck Creek), organ phenom Cory Henry and First Steps trio fires up his sold-out audience in New York (recorded live at The Blue Note Jazz Club), trumpeter Keyon Harrold takes his quintet home for a heartfelt performance (recorded live at Jazz St. Louis) and The Louis Cole Big Band creates a wild dance party in halls in Los Angeles, Amsterdam, and Paris.”
Tune in to WBGO 88.3 FM
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