In New York, you can see the world’s finest jazz musicians.
Jazz is undoubtedly America’s music, and some jazz clubs and remarkable places strive to preserve the history of jazz. New York is a place where progression and innovation – the foundations of jazz – are encouraged and practiced on a nightly basis
Since its inception in 1981, Blue Note has become one of the premier jazz clubs in the world and a cultural institution in Greenwich Village.
It was the stage for several recognized jazz musicians such as Sarah Vaughn, Lionel Hampton, Dizzy Gillespie, Stanley Turrentine, Oscar Peterson, Ray Brown, and Tito Puente, that soon called Blue Note home.
Over the years, Blue Note has been an economic engine for Greenwich Village, bringing in jazz fans from all over the world and what makes it so special is that on a given night, anything can happen.
In my opinion, it’s a really nice place, however, it’s a bit too touristic but it worths at least one visit!
Descend into The Django and you’ll feel like you’ve entered another world. The subterranean jazz club, with its vaulted ceilings and exposed brick walls. The venue consists of two cocktail bars, open dining space and a stage for live performances or meetings. The ne plus ultra: a state-of-the-art Meyer Sound system. The Django offers crafted cocktails and small plates, all partnered with a brilliant entertainment lineup.
Enjoy your listening!