Do you take reservations?

Reservations will only be accepted through advance ticket purchase online. Unreserved tickets may also be purchased at the door on the evening of the performance, subject to availability. These tickets will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis.

Doors open at 6.45pm unless otherwise noted.

All shows at The Jazz Gallery are general seating. To guarantee a seat of your choosing be sure to arrive by the time the doors open at 6:45 pm for the first set, and 8.45pm for the second set.

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I’m under 21. Or, I want to bring my kids. Is it ok?

Yes, we welcome audiences of all ages! We want the music we book to be accessible to everyone.


How do I get to The Jazz Gallery?

The Jazz Gallery is located at at the Salt Space at 1160 Broadway, 5th floor, in Manhattan, just north of the flatiron building. It can be reached by the N,R trains to 28th street, and is also short walk from both the 6 and the 1 at 28th street, as well as numerous other trains.


Can I rent The Jazz Gallery for my own event?

Yes. You can rent The Jazz Gallery for:

  • Concert
  • Book Party
  • Birthday Party
  • Meeting
  • Rehearsal
  • Recording

and other purposes….

Please inquire here


How do I go about submitting my group for consideration?

If you are interested in performing at The Jazz Gallery, please make inquiries via email to booking@jazzgallery.org including your website and any Social Media sites where we can listen to the samples of your music. If you have neither, please send your bio and music files as attachments. We listen to all submissions and will contact you if we think you will be a fit for our programming. Thank you for your interest in The Jazz Gallery.


What is the backline at The Jazz Gallery?

7 Foot Baldwin Grand Piano
Fender Rhodes
Aguilar DB410 Bass Cabinet
Aguilar TH500 Bass Amplifier
GK Backline 210 Bass Combo Amplifier
Mesa Boogie Mark III Guitar Amplifier
Fender Twin Reverb ’65 Reissue Guitar Amplifier
1 Canopus 4-Piece Drumset (18″ inch bass drum) with hardware
2 LP Percussion Congas
3 Shure SM58 microphones (one with on/off switch)
2 Audio Tecnica AT2010 Condenser microphones
2 CAD M179 Condenser Microphones
3 assorted DI boxes
9 assorted music stands
Sony DMX R-100 Mixer
2 Mackie SA1530Z PA Loudspeakers
2 Yamaha monitors

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The Jazz Gallery uses Canopus drums, Evans drum heads and D’Addario strings

THE JAZZ GALLERY - WHERE THE FUTURE IS PRESENT

The Jazz Gallery is America’s premier performance venue for emerging international artists who challenge convention, take creative risks and lead their field as performers, composers and thinkers. Through residencies, workshops and exhibitions, we provide a platform for artists to discover their unique voice and a home for established musicians to continue to experiment and grow. At The Jazz Gallery, artists and audiences come together from around the world to explore new creative ideas, collaborate and celebrate jazz as a dynamic art form that reflects our ever-changing world.

The Jazz Gallery is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) Jazz cultural center founded in 1995.

Contact Us

1160 Broadway, 5th fl
between 27th + 28th streets
New York, NY 10001 USA

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 153
Lenox Hill Station
NY 10021 USA

info@jazzgallery.org