Due to the Governor's edicts and Mt. St. Joseph University's suspension of on-campus classes and other non-essential gatherings, (they will begin remote classes on March 16), it is with deep regret that the Cincinnati Jazz Hall of Fame announces that they are postponing the 6th Annual Induction/Jazz Concert that was to be held on March 22, 2020 at the Mount St. Joseph University Auditorium Theatre in Cincinnati, OH.
A new date will be announced in the upcoming weeks. All tickets will be honored on the new date. “We regret having to do this, but the safety and health of our performers, volunteers, and fans is our #1 priority, “ stated Kay Casey, Founder and Chairman. “ We look forward to the annual celebration and induction when it is rescheduled.”
For more info: please contact Kay Casey 513-207-0476
John DeFoor Jazz Master Classes
HONORING CINCINNATI'S RICH JAZZ HISTORY
Available to Greater Cincinnati area high schools, this program is designed to help preserve, promote and support Jazz Education while reaching out to those special high school students wanting to learn more about our area's rich jazz history. In addition there will be LIVE demos and listening sessions with Q&A time by Cincinnati's Best Jazz Education/Musicians.
To set up a date and time at your school, please contact.
Jazz Master Class Chair: Sue Brown
or call 513-283-4674
THE CINCINNATI JAZZ HALL OF FAME
is dedicated to the preservation, appreciation and celebration of the American indigenous art form of jazz. Our missions is to build and sustain further interest and audiences for jazz, and honor the significant contributors in the greater Cincinnati area for their work in artistic, educational, and promotional advancement of this art form. The Cincinnati Jazz Hall of Fame will carry out its mission through an annual recognition celebration of inductees, musical scholarships and jazz arts
programming via exhibits.
For further information on the annual CJHoF High School Jazz Scholarship to be awarded to a deserving area graduating high school senior going into the field of Jazz Studies/Education/Performance/Production please contact Dr. Judie Wittlin at: 513-541-1551 or Sue Brown by emailing or texting: