During these times of physical distancing, Jazz & Classics for Change (“JCfC”) continues to explore and share the potential of healing and transformation through music. We invite you to think differently about the role of culture in our society, and — in the midst of all the uncertainty — connect to the arts in ways that are healing and hopeful.

As a new arts organization in the area, we are committed to seeking inclusion beyond isolation. Learn more about our new outreach programs, including salon-style concerts, and the sharing of recorded tribute concerts to healthcare facilities, and other programs for people with special needs, the elderly, those who suffer from addiction, youth at risk, and educational organizations both in New York State and Massachusetts.

We also look forward to restarting our concert programs with world-class musicians in the near future. Please stay in touch, and support us if you can!

—Gili Melamed-Lev, Artistic Director

Read more about us in a recent issue of The Artful Mind magazine …

… and in a recent issue of HOMESTYLE magazine …

… and elsewhere, music expresses hopefulness in many forms:

Sing About It (The Wood Brothers)

Seizoenen koor Amsterdam


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