Events & Tickets

Nov 12 , 2014

Steve & Iqua Colson: 40 Years In The Moment! Jazz

The dynamic jazz partnership of pianist Steve Colson and singer Iqua Colson is on full display when they jam with their all-star band at the Newark Museum as part of the TD James Moody Democracy of Jazz Festival.

Nov 13 , 2014

Jazz and Soul Jazz

With Fantasia, Philip Bailey, José James and the Christian McBride Big Band

Nov 14 , 2014

Chris Botti Jazz

Trumpeter and composer Chris Botti (“Emmanuel,” “When I Fall in Love”) has established himself as one of the leading innovators of the contemporary music and jazz worlds.

Nov 15 , 2014

Day of Swing Family

An exciting and fun-filled day of jazz exploration and learning for children and families.

Nov 15 , 2014

Michael Franks with Raul Midón Jazz

Sensual singer Michael Franks (“The Lady Wants to Know”) and singer-guitarist Raul Midón (“State of Mind”) meet onstage in a gentle and witty celebration of romance as part of the TD James Moody Democracy of Jazz Festival. Flavored with a Latin vibe, their performance includes hits such as Franks’ “When I Give My Love to You” and “Popsicle Toes” and Midón’s “Invisible Chains” and “Blackbird.”

Nov 16 , 2014

Dorthaan's Place: Vanessa Rubin Trio Jazz

An ever-evolving jazz singer extraordinaire, Vanessa Rubin performs honeyed ballads and up tempo swing with her trio at the Sunday brunch series Dorthaan’s Place.

Nov 16 , 2014

Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition Jazz

Be there to discover the next big voice in jazz at NJPAC’s third annual Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition.

Nov 18 , 2014

Scott Simon: Health Care Riddle - CANCELED Conversations

Trending with Scott Simon, a three-part series of conversations moderated by the host of Weekend Edition Saturday on NPR, features some of the country’s leading thinkers discussing provocative issues of the day.

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Nov 20 , 2014

NJ Speakers Series: Steve Wozniak Conversations

Called one of “Silicon Valley’s most creative engineers,” Steve Wozniak single-handedly invented the early Apple computers, contributing significantly to the microcomputer revolution that followed.