Jazzmania, the Nashville Jazz Workshop's Annual Jazz Party and Fundraiser, is going virtual this year. On October 24 the event will stream to a global audience, celebrating the Jazz Workshop's 20th anniversary with an evening of world class jazz performances.

Unlike past Jazzmania galas, this party will be free to attend. Instead of an admission fee we're asking devoted patrons and fans, along with jazz fans all over the world, to open their hearts and wallets to support this cultural treasure that provides a home for jazz in Music City U.S.A.

The 90-minute streaming Jazzmania 2020 program will be hosted by renowned Memphis saxophonist Kirk Whalum and will feature an all-star lineup of jazz artists – including Kandace Springs, Victor Wooten, Rachael and Vilray (Rachael Price of Lake Street Dive), Beegie Adair, Keb’ Mo’, Peter Bernstein, Champian Fulton, Jeff Hamilton, Donna McElroy, Chester Thompson, Rod McGaha, Rufus Reid, Jeff Coffin, and Choro Das Três. Rachael Price and Kandace Springs are both former NJW students.

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Jazzmania 2020

by Nashville Jazz Workshop


Jazzmania, the Nashville Jazz Workshop's Annual Jazz Party and Fundraiser, is going virtual this year. On October 24 the event will stream to a global audience, celebrating the Jazz Workshop's 20th anniversary with an evening of world class jazz performances.

Unlike past Jazzmania galas, this party will be free to attend. Instead of an admission fee we're asking devoted patrons and fans, along with jazz fans all over the world, to open their hearts and wallets to support this cultural treasure that provides a home for jazz in Music City U.S.A.

The 90-minute streaming Jazzmania 2020 program will be hosted by renowned Memphis saxophonist Kirk Whalum and will feature an all-star lineup of jazz artists – including Kandace Springs, Victor Wooten, Rachael and Vilray (Rachael Price of Lake Street Dive), Beegie Adair, Keb’ Mo’, Peter Bernstein, Champian Fulton, Jeff Hamilton, Donna McElroy, Chester Thompson, Rod McGaha, Rufus Reid, Jeff Coffin, and Choro Das Três. Rachael Price and Kandace Springs are both former NJW students.