Upcoming Free Jazz Events in Brooklyn from July 7-14

Posted By NYC Newswire

pictured, Ifacho

Here’s a list of mostly FREE, and some almost free, jazz performances throughout Brooklyn, from July 7-14, 2018.

July 7, 5-7PM – SUMMER JAZZ w/ Ifacho Quartet, presented by Brooklyn Queens Land Trust and CBJC, Heaven’s Gate Garden-169-171 Hart St. btw. Throop/Tompkins Avenues., free, info: 718.773.2252 ext. 103, www.cbjcjazz.org

Every Saturday, 9-12:30AM (doors open 8:50) – BSJAZZEnsamble, BrownstoneJAZZ Saturday Concert Series and Fish Fry, 107 Macon St bet. Nostrand & Marcy Aves., open mic-11pm, info: 917.704.9237http://www.ticketweb.com/snl/EventListings.action?orgId=203803 

Every Sunday, 1-5:00PM (open 11AM) – Jazz Brunch w/ Eric Frazier Quartet, music 12-4PM, resv. suggested / no cover, Kitchen 213052 West 21st Street, Coney Island-Brooklyn 11224 (near the boardwalk), info: 718.954.9801, www.kitchen-21.com

July 8, 4-6PM – REMEMBERING Jitu Weusi, Dr. Sam Pinn, and others, House of the Lord Church, 415 Atlantic Ave., info: 718.596.1991, www.holc.org

July 9, 8PM – Karlea Lynn’e, community jam session after headliner’s first set, Tohma’s Place, 1583 Fulton St. @ Albany Ave., cover-$10, info: 504.292.3605

July 11, 12-2PM – Myrtle Ave Plaza Jazz w/ vocalist Beareather Reddy, presented by Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership, btw. Hall and Emerson Pl. Clinton Hill-BKN 11205, outdoor concert, free, info: 718.230.1689, comm@cbjcjazz.org

July 13, 12-1:30PM – Office of The Borough President/Summer Lunchtime Jazz Concerts, Friends In Sound, Columbus Park Plaza-209 Joralemon St., BKN 11201, info: 718.802.3700

July 14, 5-7PM – SUMMER JAZZ w/ guitarist John Smith, presented by Brooklyn Queens Land Trust and CBJC, Cambria Heights Community Gardens, 116-98 227th St., Queens-11411., free, info: 718.773.2252 ext. 103, www.cbjcjazz.org

See the Full Central Brooklyn Jazz Calendar Here

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