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As part of Jazz at Lincoln Center’s mission “to entertain, enrich and expand a global community for jazz through performance, education and advocacy,” we utilize streaming video, coupled with social media, to expand audiences for jazz and for the organization. We stream hundreds of concerts each year in HD video, with a high quality studio audio mix, at no cost to viewers. Please tune in … and enjoy!

Walter Blanding Quartet


Jack Rudin Jazz Championship - Combo Showcase


Jack Rudin Jazz Championship - Competition Part I


Jack Rudin Jazz Championship - Competition Part II


Jack Rudin Jazz Championship - Final Concert and Awards Ceremony


Sean Mason Trio: 7:30pm / Vuyo Sotashe: 9:30pm


Benny Green Trio


Benny Benack III: "A Lot of Livin' to Do" Album Release Party


Benito Gonzalez Trio: Tribute to McCoy Tyner


Transformation with Glenn Close and Ted Nash


Dianne Reeves


Herlin Riley Presents: Sounds of Cuba and New Orleans


Branford Marsalis Quartet


The Artistry of Jazzmeia Horn: Love and Liberation


Family Concert: Who is Dave Brubeck?


Ambrose Akinmusire with Tom Harrell and Jack DeJohnette


Masters of Form: From Mingus to Monk


Mary Stallings and Freddy Cole with the Emmet Cohen Trio


Sherman Irby's Supernova featuring the JLCO with Wynton Marsalis


Art Blakey: The Legacy Continues


Art Blakey at 100


Joey DeFrancesco, Chris Potter, and Jeff “Tain” Watts


Bobby McFerrin


Etienne Charles’ Carnival: The Sound of a People


Michael Feinstein's American Songbook


Ellington Masterpieces




Investing in a professional, multi-cam setup for each of our three stages as well as dedicated audio mixing engineers and staff positions dedicated to managing livestreams, we began to share the majority of our concerts online, completely free, and in real-time. In 2016, when Facebook opened its Live platform to more third-party partners, we began simultaneously broadcasting via Facebook Live, bringing our music to even wider audiences.

To date, Jazz at Lincoln Center has broadcast more than 1,000 concerts across the globe and reached virtually every country on Earth, an unprecedented success and a first for a major performing arts organization. Facebook Live has helped us get closer to our mission-based goal of sharing jazz with the world. Every Live video is filled with comments like "Thank you from Argentina" and "Watching from the UAE" and "Enjoying this from Portugal! Thank you."