The Nashville Jazz Workshop has a 20-year history of enriching people's lives by teaching and presenting great jazz in Music City U.S.A. – a cultural institution preserving the art of jazz and serving as the backbone of the city's jazz community.

With the pandemic in 2020 the Jazz Workshop has gone virtual with online classes and performances, taking Nashville Jazz to the World. We're also bringing it back to North Nashville, renovating a facility in the Buchanan Street district to move in early 2021. 

2020 has been a challenging year, with the pandemic lasting much longer than expected. We need your support more than ever to keep great jazz education and performance going in 2021:

* NJW has responded to the pandemic with online classes and streaming performances, but these have not provided the same level of income as in-person classes and performances.

* Income from in-person classes and performances has dropped, but expenses remain constant. 

* We're developing community services for families in North Nashville, who are among those hardest hit by the traumas of the past year. This includes jazz programming for families of young children, to enhance quality of life and stimulate young children’s development. Your support will help make this a reality.

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The Nashville Jazz Workshop has a 20-year history of enriching people's lives by teaching and presenting great jazz in Music City U.S.A. – a cultural institution preserving the art of jazz and serving as the backbone of the city's jazz community.

With the pandemic in 2020 the Jazz Workshop has gone virtual with online classes and performances, taking Nashville Jazz to the World. We're also bringing it back to North Nashville, renovating a facility in the Buchanan Street district to move in early 2021. 

2020 has been a challenging year, with the pandemic lasting much longer than expected. We need your support more than ever to keep great jazz education and performance going in 2021:

* NJW has responded to the pandemic with online classes and streaming performances, but these have not provided the same level of income as in-person classes and performances.

* Income from in-person classes and performances has dropped, but expenses remain constant. 

* We're developing community services for families in North Nashville, who are among those hardest hit by the traumas of the past year. This includes jazz programming for families of young children, to enhance quality of life and stimulate young children’s development. Your support will help make this a reality.