05/13/14 By Leen Zada
DC Jazz Festival Announces Lineup for Jazz in the ‘Hoods Presented by Events DC
DC Jazz Festival Announces Lineup for
Jazz in the ‘Hoods Presented by Events DC
WASHINGTON, D.C. – May 13, 2014 – The highly popular Jazz in the 'Hoods presented by Events DC, will once again bring jazz to neighborhoods in Washington, D.C. during the 10th anniversary celebration of the DC Jazz Festival® (DCJF). With over 66 diverse performances, Jazz in the ‘Hoods will be held June 20-29, 2014.
“Jazz in the ‘Hoods is one of the most anticipated and acclaimed events during the DC Jazz Festival,“ said Erik A. Moses, managing director of Events DC’s Sports and Entertainment Division. “We’re excited to support an event that invites visitors and residents alike to experience great music in D.C.’s coolest neighborhood venues.”
With a variety of free and ticketed performances, from happy hours at Renaissance Hotels to late nights at Loews Madison Hotel, Jazz in the ‘Hoods will be held in 29 neighborhoods including Georgetown, Adams Morgan, Chevy Chase, Chinatown, Columbia Heights, DuPont Circle, Logan Circle, H Street, U Street, Capitol Hill, Takoma Park, Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon Square.
Participating venue partners include Bohemian Caverns, Twins Jazz, National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden, Atlas Performing Arts Center, Dumbarton House and Howard Theatre. Jazz in the ‘Hoods also features CapitalBop's D.C. Jazz Loft Series and the East River JazzFest Series.
The event features nationally and internationally acclaimed artists including: Allyn Johnson, Orrin Evans, Lafayette Gilchrist, Marc Cary, David Sanchez, Marshall Keys, Sharón Clark, Joe Fonda, Lena Seikaly, Ginger Baker, Origem, Herb Scott Ensemble, Houston Person, Dwayne Adell, Bohemian Caverns Orchestra, Gary Bartz, Pat Braxton Project and Matana Roberts COIN COIN, among many more.
Among highlight performances:
Bohemian Caverns (2001 11th St., NW), Tickets
June 20 & 21: Prelude: Houston Person, 8:30 & 10:30 PM
June 22: Prelude: Joe Fonda, 7:00 & 8:30 PM
June 23: Prelude: Bohemian Caverns Jazz Orchestra feat. Jon Irabagon, Saxophone, 8:00 & 10:00 PM
June 24: Allyn Johnson, 8:00 & 10:00 PM
June 25: Andy Milne & Dapp Theory, 8:00 & 10:00 PM
June 26: Dwayne Adell, 8:00 & 10:00 PM
June 27: David Sanchez, 10:30 PM
June 28: David Sanchez, 8:30 & 10:30 PM
June 29: Gary Bartz, 8:00 & 10:00 PM
Twins Jazz (1344 U St., NW)
June 24: Sunna Gunnlaugs Trio, 8:00 PM Tickets, 10:00 PM Tickets
June 25: Bob Schwartz “BSQ” Jazz Band, 8:00 PM Tickets, 10:00 PM Tickets
June 26: Pat Braxton Project, 8:00 PM Tickets, 10:00 PM Tickets
June 27: Kari Lkonen Trio, 8:00 PM Tickets, 10:00 PM Tickets
June 28: Hess with Space Lab Music, 8:00 PM Tickets, 10:00 PM Tickets
June 29: Norway’s The Deciders, 8:00 PM Tickets, 10:00 PM Tickets
Renaissance DuPont Circle Hotel (1143 New Hampshire Ave., NW) FREE
June 25: RLife Live Happy Hour: Sin Miedo, 5:00 PM
The Mayflower Renaissance (1127 Connecticut Ave., NW) FREE
June 26: RLife Live Happy Hour: Marshall Keys, 5:00 PM
Renaissance Downtown (999 9th St., NW) FREE
June 27: RLife Live Happy Hour: Victor Provost, 5:00 PM
Lowes Madison Hotel (1177 15th St., NW) FREE
June 27: Late Night at Lowes Madison with Sharón Clark, 10:00 PM
June 28: Late Night at Lowes Madison with Alison Crockett, 10:00 PM
June 29: Late Night at Lowes Madison with Lena Seikaly, 10:00 PM
THEARC (1901 Mississippi Ave., SE)
June 26: Marc Cary’s Retrospective Soul, 8:00 PM, Tickets
National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden (6th & Constitution Ave., NW) FREE
June 27: Jazz in the Garden: Sin Miedo A Salsa Party, 5:00 PM, More Info
Atlas Performing Art Center (1333 H St., NE)
June 29: Underwater Ghost and Double Date, 7:00 PM, Tickets
Dumbarton House (2715 Q St., NW)
June 29: Bohemian Caverns Jazz Orchestra feat. Jon Irabagon, Saxophone, 3:00 PM, Tickets
Visit the website for ticket information and the complete Jazz in the ‘Hoods schedule.
Renaissance Hotels is the official hotel sponsor of the 2014 DCJF. For travel discount information, visit http://www.dcjazzfest.org/Travel.
Keep up with the DCJF:
• Twitter: @dcjazzfest
• Facebook: facebook.com/dcjazzfest
• Instagram: @dcjazzfest
• Flickr: flickr.com/photos/dcjazzfest
• Foursquare: foursquare.com/dcjazzfest
About the DC Jazz Festival: With more than 125 performances in nearly 60 venues, the DC Jazz Festival® (DCJF) is one of the largest music festivals in the country. A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, the DCJF has experienced spectacular year-by-year growth, and is celebrating its landmark 10th anniversary this year. As the fastest-growing jazz festival in the U.S., the DCJF celebrates America’s unique original art form during this international event that attracts jazz lovers from around the world to the nation’s capital. The DCJF also presents year-round programs with performances featuring local, nationally and internationally acclaimed artists. The DCJF's mission is to promote music, particularly jazz, education programs and actively support community outreach to expand and diversify its audience of jazz enthusiasts. The 2014 DCJF will take place June 24-29. For more information about the DCJF and upcoming programs, visit www.dcjazzfest.org.
The DC Jazz Festival® is a section 501(c)(3) non-profit service organization. The DCJF is sponsored in part with major grants from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), the Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, the NEA Foundation, the Anne and Ronald Abramson Family Foundation, CrossCurrents Foundation, and by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, an agency supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Proud major sponsors of the DC Jazz Festival, to date, include: Events DC; The Washington Post; ABC7/WJLA-TV and News Channel 8; Patton Boggs, LLP; Sage Communications; Clyde’s Restaurant Group; Renaissance Hotels – the official hotel of the DC Jazz Festival; Destination DC; LCG Companies WHUR; the Washington City Paper; Linda and Michael Sonnenreich; The Mayo Charitable Foundation; FLUOR; Entergy; Wells Fargo; Capitol Riverfront BID; YELP; Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP; The Georgetowner; WPFW; WAMU; DownBeat; Washington Parent; Washington Informer; Amtrak; WMATA; the NEA Foundation; TTR Sotheby's International Realty; UBER; Telemundo DC and holaciudad.com; Inadev; and Hipnotic Records.
© 2014 DC Jazz Festival. All rights reserved.
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