“The standout male jazz vocalist of our time”
The New York Times
Two Grammy Awards, more than a dozen nominations, and a just announced 17th(!) time topping Downbeat’s Critics Poll attest to Kurt Elling’s place among the world’s foremost jazz vocalists of any era. He returns to Jazz in July for the first time in 12 years, bringing his singular blend of elegance, originality and swing to a program of standards with Bill Charlap and a group of stellar musicians, as they take on music by Leonard Bernstein, Harry Warren, Ben Webster and more, and songs including “September in the Rain,” “Lucky To Be Me,” “More Than You Know” and others. A sure to be incomparable evening of music from two masterful interpreters, ever in service of the song.
Kurt Elling, vocals
Steve Wilson, alto sax
Bill Charlap, piano
David Wong, bass
Carl Allen, drums
Join us back in our concert hall for the thrill of live jazz again!
Concert is one hour with no intermission.
Concert also available via livestream and available for 72 hours from time of broadcast.
Important information about vaccination requirements
Jazz in July in-person concerts will be performed to a fully vaccinated audience at full capacity. Patrons will be required to show proof of vaccination to attend these performances. New York State has now clarified that a child up to the age of 16 who is unvaccinated and accompanied by a vaccinated adult may, in fact, attend events that otherwise are open only to people who are vaccinated. In such an event, the child will not need to be socially distanced, but they will need to wear masks at all times while attending the event.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
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Adults and children age 12+ must show proof of vaccination upon arrival at 92Y
Masks must be worn by everyone over the age of 2, regardless of vaccination status.
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