What to expect-
A continual effort to present an affordable evening where only today’s best Jazz Artists gather to concert in a classic 19th c. original detailed style Townhouse, located in the Historical Landmark Gateway of Bedford Stuyvesant’s tree-lined community.
Many have created different, more up to date ways of keeping jazz alive than this venue. Only, BSJazz keeps jazz alive in a room which has kept a more back in the day style. Enjoy being entertained by great american jazz in a socially diverse, cultured way.
The sound of music radiates off the 1880s wooded areas, which allows for natural acoustic jazz music UNPLUGGED listening, considered unusual in these times. The walls and floors are shared by original style wooden and brass instruments played by amazing artists.
By sitting in the middle of this area, the musical feel is haunting in the very intimate building. The beautiful design of BrownstoneJAZZ is an extremely smaller version of New York’s larger fascinating Music Halls, but just as effective by leaving you astounded.
What to do-
Arrive early, or stay later to enjoy some of the many Restaurants surrounding the 19th C. 1800's Historic neighborhood of food choices that flavor what spices up Bedford Stuyvesant Brooklyn. For breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner here are a few to choose from. Peaches Hothouse, Saraghina, Chez Oskars, Tapache, Le Paris Dakar, or AppleBee's Bar and Grill
Where to go-
Visit while you're here many nearby or easily traveled areas such as Coney Island, Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn Botanical Garden's, Brooklyn Museum, Jewish Children Museum, and Prospect Park. Be certain to check for off Broadway Show at The Center for Arts and Culture at Restoration