About Jazz Congress
Organized by Jazz at Lincoln Center and JazzTimes, 2018 Jazz Congress features a series of workshops, panels and networking opportunities, all geared to expanding the audience for jazz. Attendees include presenters, artists, managers, agents, journalists, radio programmers and other jazz professionals.
The conference will take place on Thursday, January 11 and Friday, January 12, from 9 am to 5 pm. It will be held at Jazz at Lincoln Center, which is located at Broadway and 60th Street in New York City.
Early Bird pre-registration rate is $125 until November 15.
Students attend Jazz Congress for only $50. Use promo code Student50 when you register. Note that you will need to supply a valid school ID on site.
Members of partner organizations (including APAP, Chamber Music America, Jazz Journalists Association, JazzWeek, Local 802, SESAC and others) qualify for a 15% discount. Contact your member organization for details.
To register for the conference, go to the website.
The Jazz Congress is organized by Lee Mergner of JazzTimes, Aaron Bisman and Gabrielle Armand of Jazz at Lincoln Center and Don Lucoff of DL Media.
For more information about Jazz Congress, call 617-315-9158.
To reserve a table-top display or to advertise in the Jazz Congress program, which runs in the January/February issue of JazzTimes, contact Miene Smith at 617-706-9092 or email@example.com.
JazzTimes is America’s preeminent jazz magazine providing irreverent, uncompromising and often provocative coverage of the American jazz scene. Relying on an award-winning editorial staff, JazzTimes encompasses special themes, directories, comprehensive news reports and an extensive music review section. JazzTimes is a must-read for the jazz enthusiast. On the web at jazztimes.com.
About Jazz at Lincoln Center
The mission of Jazz at Lincoln Center is to entertain, enrich and expand a global community for Jazz through performance, education and advocacy. With the world-renowned Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and guest artists spanning genres and generations, Jazz at Lincoln Center produces thousands of performance, education, and broadcast events each season in its home in New York City and around the world, for people of all ages. Jazz at Lincoln Center is led by Chairman Robert J. Appel, Managing and Artistic Director Wynton Marsalis, and Executive Director Greg Scholl.
Please visit us at jazz.org; follow us on Twitter @jazzdotorg and Facebook; watch our free, global webcasts at new.livestream.com/jazz; and enjoy concerts, education programs, behind-the-scenes footage, programs and more at youtube.com/jazzatlincolncenter.