Today, Jazz at Lincoln Center launches Jazz Live, a video streaming service providing exclusive access to all the institution’s live webcasts, a selection of archival performances, and all the original world-class digital content for which Jazz at Lincoln Center is renowned.

Jazz Live is available now on Apple (iOS/tvOS), Google (Android/Android TV), Amazon Fire TV, and Roku. Subscriptions are $99.99 annually and $9.99 a month. For more information and to subscribe, visit

Since its inception, Jazz at Lincoln Center has developed a wealth of audio and video recordings, music charts, photos, and interactive material to serve its growing audience of fans, musicians, educators, advocates, students, and scholars. The launch of Jazz Live is the organization’s newest platform for sharing its rich archive and brand-new live programming for users to experience on phones, tablets, desktops, and even TVs as an over-the-top (OTT) app. This new platform introduces Where Jazz Lives, a new original series exploring the culture of jazz in cities around the world. The first episode of Where Jazz Lives, which explores the rich Kansas City jazz scene, is available now; more episodes will be available in weeks to come.

The new Jazz Live app provides exclusive access to the following events and programs:

New Concerts, Every Week
Rising stars in Dizzy’s Club. All-star talent in the Appel Room. And of course, the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis in Rose Theater. Users have access to every single JALC webcast with Jazz Live.

· Wynton Marsalis’s “Shanghai Suite” performed by the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra- – live on September 30, 2022, and on demand through October 6, 2022

· Summer Camargo Sextet – live on October 1, 2022

· John Beasley’s MONK’estra Septet – live on October 10, 2022

· And many more

Archival Performances
Jazz Live features a treasure trove of archival shows by a wide range of artists from throughout JALC’s history.

· The Music of Miles Davis featuring the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra
with Wynton Marsalis

· The Life and Music of Dave Brubeck featuring the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis

· Joe Lovano Universal Jazz Ensemble

· Bill Frisell: Up and Down the Mississippi

· Catherine Russell at Dizzy’s Club

· And many more

Go Backstage with the Stars
Learn more about jazz’s history—and its future—with exclusive original series, educational content, and interviews with the music’s biggest stars. Jazz Live boasts a wealth of original content that you’ll only find on the app.

· Where Jazz Lives, a new travel series exploring the jazz scenes of Kansas City (live now), Seattle, Amsterdam, Newark, and Paris

· A Night in the Life, a series documenting the day-to-day life of jazz musicians including Christian McBride, Joey Alexander, and the late great Bobby Hutcherson

· Recollect, a series that brings jazz legends to record stores as they shop and swap stories about their favorite albums

The mission of Jazz at Lincoln Center is to entertain, enrich, and expand a global community for jazz through performance, education, and advocacy.