Jazz in the Village: Roots & Branches

A Lecture with Dan Morgenstern

Greenwich Village was (and still is) a major arena for jazz in New York, from the l920s on. Dan Morgenstern, who first frequented the neighborhood in the late ‘40s and can still be found at the Village Vanguard and other venues today, will dip into this rich history with facts and anecdotes, accompanied by photos and ephemera from the archives of the Institute of Jazz Studies.

Thursday, April 8, 2010
6:30 pm

Hudson Park Branch Library
66 Leroy Street