Jazz Foundation at GrowNYC Greenmarkets

April 28, 2021
Posted in Greenmarket

Come out and hear Jazz Foundation musicians playing at GrowNYC Greenmarkets this summer (full schedule below)! 

The Jazz Foundation of America, a non-profit organization based in Manhattan, provides retired professional jazz musicians with the opportunity to continue performing.

Through their "Gig Fund," the Jazz Foundation produces free, “pop-up” performances for underserved audiences. The shows take place in public spaces as opposed to traditional and costly venues, and engage new audiences who would not otherwise have the chance to hear these accomplished players. We are thrilled to announce the schedule of performers coming out to GrowNYC Greenmarkets. 


 April 24

    7th Ave Sunset Park Saturday Greenmarket

    Jerry Griffin

 April 24

    Brooklyn Borough Hall Saturday Greenmarket 

    George Braith

 May 2

    Bartel-Pritchard Sunday Greenmarket (Opening Day!)

    Rick Fiori

 May 6

    Norwood Farmstand Greenmarket Thursday

    Dave Colding 

 May 15

    Sunnyside Saturday Greenmarket

    Michael Flythe

 May 15

    St George Saturday Greenmarket

    George Braith

 May 18

    Brooklyn Borough Hall Tuesday

    David Colding Quartet

 May 22 

    7th Ave Sunset Park Saturday

    Willie Martinez

 May 22 

    Brooklyn Borough Hall Saturday

    Eric Wyatt

 June 1

    Bronx Borough Hall Tuesday (Opening Day!)

    David Colding Quintet

 June 6

    Domino Park Sunday (Opening Day!)

    George Braith

 June 11 

    Parkchester Fridays (Opening Day!)

    Annette A. Aguilar
 June 15      Astor Place Tuesday     Art Baron & Friends

 June 20

    92nd Street Sundays

    Rick Fiori
 June 22      Elmhurst Hospital Tuesday      Michael Flythe

Presented in partnership with the Jazz Foundation of America, with partial support from the National Endowment for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council

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