We miss you and hope that you are safe. While the 2021 Jazz festival is postponed.until 2022, 

we will continue to share our great music with you!! Enjoy!!!

CJF is a 501 (c) (3) tax deductible organization

Cambridge Jazz Foundation and Multicultural Arts Center

Announce a Collaboration 


The Multicultural Arts Center has agreed to produce several concert performances by Cambridge Jazz Foundation. Managing Director of the Multicultural Arts Center Adria Katz states "Through this exciting collaboration, we will present world-class performances for our audiences that honor some incredible musical greats." Executive Director of Cambridge Jazz Foundation Larry Ward noted, "It has been our goal to establish an ongoing concert series within the Cambridge community in a well-established venue that offers all of the wonderful trappings of a truly enjoyable performance space." 


The Multicultural Arts Center will produce the first two concerts in February. The first, "A Tribute to Bebop Pioneers Mary Lou Williams and Thelonious Monk, February 11th, 8 p.m." features artists Bill Pierce and Bobby Broom. The second concert will be "Celebrating John Coltrane'' on February 12th, 8 p.m, and will feature Grammy-nominated saxophonist Tia Fuller." For more information: cambridgejazzfoundation.org. 

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To provide inspiration and scholarships for young musicians, while entertaining and educating people worldwide through the unique American art of jazz, to create a more just society.


The Ron Savage Trio, accompanied by special Guests Bill Pierce and Bobby Broom, play enjoyable yet sophisticated jazz by emphasizing the essence of soul in black music. They are joined by Ron Mahdi on bass and Consuelo Candelaria on piano. Sound of Soul Concert at Berklee College of Music (Feb. 19, 2020)



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