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Jazz at the Bistro Subscriptions On Sale Now

 Download the 2015-16 Jazz at the Bistro Subscription Order Form  Subscribe by July 1st for the best possibly seating!   Jazz at the Bistro subscriptions continue to increase every year, with a 55% increase last year, causing some sets to effectively sell out before single tickets went on sale. Ensure that you get to see […]

2015-16 Jazz St. Louis Season Announced

Jazz St. Louis is proud to announce the 2015-16 Jazz St. Louis Season, featuring the Wells Fargo Advisors Jazz at the Bistro Season! Now in our 20th year of presenting the best in live jazz, we have a great lineup of musicians scheduled to perform in our one-year-old home, The Harold & Dorothy Steward Center for Jazz, and throughout […]

Swingin’ for the Fences – A Free Community Event Series

Sponsored by PNC Arts Alive St. Louis is known around the world for its connection to jazz and love for all things baseball. What better way to celebrate these two important aspects of our city than with a series of FREE events that explore the connection between jazz and baseball? Swingin’ for the Fences events […]

2015 Summer Series

Jazz St. Louis is putting the finishing touches on the 2015-16 Jazz at the Bistro Season and will be announcing the full lineup soon. In the meantime, JSL is proud to announce the 2015 Jazz at the Bistro Summer Series! While years past have seen the Bistro go dark in August, we are excited to add Friday […]

Marcus Miller

TICKETS NOW ON SALE! Sponsored by   “Miller is a sophisticated musical thinker as well as a finger-busting virtuoso…” The Guardian (London) Marcus Miller – a two-time GRAMMY Award winner and UNESCO Artist for Peace – is not only an exceptional multi-instrumentalist and world-renowned bassist – but also a highly-gifted composer and producer. The legendary Tutu album […]

Pedrito Martinez Group

“Pedrito is a genius…he is a revelation to me.” – Wynton Marsalis The Pedrito Martinez Group has its roots planted firmly in the Afro-Cuban Rumba tradition and in the bata rhythms and vocal chants of the music of Yoruba and Santeria. Ben Ratliff summed it up aptly for The New York Times calling it, “complex, blenderized Africa-to-the-New-World […]

Avishai Cohen’s Triveni

“Like [Miles] Davis, he can make the trumpet a vehicle for uttering the most poignant human cries.” — The New York Times Trumpeter Avishai Cohen–voted a Rising Star three years running and dubbed “a versatile, modern master” by DownBeat Magazine–has earned renown as a musician with an individual sound and a questing spirit. Cohen’s Triveni, featuring bassist Linda […]

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