Healdsburg Jazz Festival

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11407192_10152825343307343_2410976107957356340_nAppreciative review in JazzPolice about opening night concert with Romero Lubambo and Luiciana Souza, Trio da Paz and Kenny Barron, “Jazz in the Americas: Brazil.”

We hope you enjoyed the 2015 Healdsburg Jazz Festival as much as we all did, from opening night to the final concert – and everything in between.

Now, please help us with this important survey about your attendance at this year’s Festival — what acts you saw, who you might like to see in the future, and what else you did in Healdsburg. We are even giving prizes to several survey respondents to encourage you to let us know your experiences and preferences.

Just click on the link below to get started: 

Please see this page for complete information.

Thanks for joining us at the 17th annual
Healdsburg Jazz Festival: May 29 – June 7, 2015

Latin jazz on stage for “Jazz and the Music of the Americas,” featuring Eddie Palmieri, Pablo Ziegler, Luciana Souza with Romero Lubambo, Trio da Paz with special guest Kenny Barron… Opening Night with Ed Reed Quartet… Bebop Weekend with the Benny Green Trio on Friday, The Cookers on Saturday and the George Cables Trio with guest Craig Handy on Sunday, all at the Raven Theater … mid-week Latin grooves with Wayne Wallace, Batachá and Ritmos Unidos… rising stars Adam Theis, Ben Stolorow, Sylvia Cuenca, Lorca Hart and more… Victor Lewis, Essiet Essiet, Terrie Odabi, Tiffany Austin, Michael Spiro, Stephanie Ozer, St. Gabriel’s Celestial Brass Band and…

There was plenty of talent and terrific music in Healdsburg for the Festival, as announced on this page and listed on our 2015 Festival Schedule.

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Jazz & Wine Club

Don’t miss out on our current Jazz & Wine Club Selection – and sign up for the June collection, released to coincide with this year’s Healdsburg Jazz Festival.sampler_2015-06-sm This seasonal selection includes some of lesser-known AVAs – from Chalk Hill‘s 2013 Sauvignon Gris, to  Cobblestone‘s 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon from Atlas Peak.  In between we bring you Sonoma-Cutrer‘s 2013 Russian River Valley Pinot Noir, and an Alexander Valley Bordeaux-style blend from Lancaster Estate, 2011 Sophia’s Hillside Cuvée. Our special CD, included with the four selected bottles, is the Vijay Iyer Trio’s Break Stuff, from yet another former HJF headliner.  Read about the seasonal selection, and join the HJ&WC today at healdsburgjazzwineclub.org.


Members Drive Our Festival

Download our 2015 member brochure! Whether you are a true jazz fan, a lover of live performance, a believer in art education in our schools, or just someone who enjoys a lively hometown vibe, this cultural gem deserves your support. The simplest way to do this is to Become a Member.

Now entering our 17th year, the HJF enjoys a national reputation for artistic excellence earned by hosting internationally acclaimed jazz musicians, showcasing some of California’s foremost jazz performers and nurturing new talent. New benefits for 2014 include CDs from ECM, Motéma and Highnote Records, which include among their artists several Healdsburg Jazz Festival performers of past and current years.

Visit Membership Levels to learn more about what you get for supporting the Healdsburg Jazz Festival. If you have more to give, Become a Patron - the benefits to you are commensurate with your generosity. Join now!

Subscription Savings for DownBeat

DownBeat magazine is offering fans of the Healdsburg Jazz Festival a special subscription discount. Sign up now for just $21, and save 25 percent off the $27.99 annual subscription price! Founded in 1934, DownBeat is the magazine for jazz, blues and beyond, with a multitude of album reviews and hard-hitting interviews with the world’s greatest musicians. You won’t want to miss the world-renowned Festival Guide or annual Critics and Readers polls. Just click here to subscribe.

Don’t forget that Members who join at a Jazz Advocate level or above receive a free subscription to the magazine. Why? Because DownBeat is a proud supporter of the Healdsburg Jazz Festival.