- KC Jazz Club: Lewis Nash Quintet Fri., Mar. 7, 2014
- One Mic: Discovery Artist in the KC Jazz Club: The Revive Big Band Sat., Apr. 5, 2014
Upcoming Events: KC Jazz Club
Jazz is the public's art form. It's social, spontaneous, and interactive—most true to itself when being created in the company of others. So what better way to experience it than in Washington's most intimate concert venue: The KC Jazz Club.
Throughout the season, the KC Jazz Club lights up the Kennedy Center roof-level Terrace Gallery with performances by today's hottest new talents and seasoned jazz veterans. The club's trendy and comfortable cabaret setting features lamp-lit tables for four and drinks and light-menu fare available for purchase. No smoking. No minimum. Just up close and personal with your favorite jazz artists—the way jazz was meant to be.
KC Jazz Club: Lewis Nash Quintet
Fri., Mar. 7, 2014 | Buy Now
Drummer Lewis Nash makes his Kennedy Center debut as a bandleader with Renee Rosnes on piano, Terell Stafford on trumpet, Jimmy Greene on saxophone, and Peter Washington on bass.
One Mic: Discovery Artist in the KC Jazz Club: The Revive Big Band
Sat., Apr. 5, 2014 | Buy Now
With a contemporary groove housed in a traditional jazz context, New York's Revive Big Band led by trumpeter Igmar Thomas blends original works flavored with hip-hop, R&B, and sampled jazz recordings.
KC Jazz Club: Kevin Mahogany
Sat., Apr. 26, 2014 | Buy Now
Vocalist Kevin Mahogany returns to the Kennedy Center with a blues-heavy set celebrating his 20-year career as an artist with a gift for bebop, ballads, blues, and swinging jazz.
Discovery Artist in the KC Jazz Club: Justin Kauflin
Fri., May 2, 2014 | Buy Now
With "a touch and imagination that is immensely appealing" (Jersey Jazz), young jazz pianist Justin Kauflin brings his talent back to the Kennedy Center.
The Crossroads Club: Robert Glasper Experiment
Sat., May 10, 2014 | Buy Now
Grammy-winning hip-hop jazz pianist Robert Glasper brings his spontaneous spirit of adventure and experimentation to the Kennedy Center in celebration of the 75th anniversary of Blue Note Records.
All programs are subject to change.