January 7, 2013 In the News
Jazz Gallery Relocates to NoMad

the jazz gallery has moved to the nomad district

Hudson Square’s Jazz Gallery has relocated to the NoMad District. Following a 17-year run of hosting affordable and intimate Jazz shows at Hudson and Spring Streets, the venue was forced to move due to residential development.

The good news is that this music nonprofit is coming to the NoMad District and they are very happy to be here! According to a post on their website, “we’re particularly excited about the warmth of the space, and the way that it reflects the same welcoming and nurturing atmosphere that we’ve fostered at our [former] location.”

While much of NYC culture moves east to Brooklyn, this relocation further cements the NoMad neighborhood as a cultural hub within Manhattan. On any given night, you can see a live music at the Jazz Standard, Flatiron Room and now The Jazz Gallery. In addition to these jazz venues, NoMad hosts some of the hottest DJs and musicians for free sets at the Ace Hotel on an almost nightly basis. The neighborhood, which was once known as “Tin Pan Alley,” has regained its stature as a cultural hub within Manhattan.

The Jazz Gallery is located at the Salt Space in a 1,800 square-foot location at Broadway and East 27th Street (1160 Broadway).

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