Flushing Town Hall
On Friday, December 15 at 8:00 PM, Flushing Town Hall will proudly host its 17th annual NEA Jazz Masters concert, presenting "The Music of the NEA Jazz Masters and Original Compositions." This beloved event is an annual highlight for New York City’s many jazz aficionados who know the Queens venue to be among the city’s best for great jazz.
On Wednesday, July 12 at 7:00 PM, Flushing Town Hall will host its Third Annual Jazz Jam All-Stars Concert, honoring the musicians and audiences who regularly attend its in-person and virtual Jazz Jams. For the first time since the pandemic, the All-Stars concert will be held in Flushing Town Hall's theater.
Flushing Town Hall Is Celebrating Juneteeth This Weekend By Tributing The Unifying Sounds Of Earth, Wind & Fire!
Flushing Town Hall is celebrating Juneteenth this weekend by tributing the unifying sounds of Earth, Wind & Fire!
Come one, come all to a night with our featured band, Shining Star Tribute, as they play you through the hits of the mighty elements: “Boogie Wonderland,” “Keep Your Head to the Sky,” “September”...and of course “Shining Star,” and more!
Brazil Meets China When Rogério Boccato and Vitor Gonçalves Join Wei Sun at Flushing Town Hall on April 16
Curated by renowned klezmer trumpeter Frank London, the concert series presents a different pairing of solo artists each month, showcasing traditional music from around the world and unexpected collaborations that create new and spontaneous sounds.
Flushing Town Hall’s Black History Trilogy Returns with a Celebration of Rock, Soul, and Swing-era Icons
This February, Flushing Town Hall celebrates Black History Month (or African American History Month, as it’s also known) with the return of its Black History Trilogy, a three-part series featuring outstanding performers paying tribute to influential African American musicians, dancers, and entertainers.
Flushing Town Hall Presents “Songs for Barry Harris,” Featuring NEA Jazz Master Sheila Jordan, Harvie S, and Roni Ben-Hur
Annual NEA Jazz Masters Concert Returns to Flushing Town Hall With “The Blues Feeling” on November 12
The New York City-based band Hazmat Modine has become a global sensation, touring 40 countries in just 15 years, and will soon perform at Flushing Town Hall on Saturday, October 22—the perfect setting for a band whose musical influences are as diverse as the venue’s Queens neighborhood. Hazmat Modine will be joined by special guest, 2019 NEA National Heritage Fellow Balla Kouyaté, and the evening will feature dance lessons from Mali.