“Jazzed” is a new exhibit that celebrates the history and legacy of jazz in Harlem, and aims to introduce the music to a new generation of fans. A new exhibit at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan lets little ones hear, touch, and most importantly, feel jazz; kind of like a jazz club for kids. It focuses on three iconic stars: composer Duke Ellington, vocalist Ella Fitzgerald, and dancer Bill “Bojangles” Robinson. All have ties to the city, while also showcasing some newer talent.
If you like to check out the exhibit, it runs from now until December 31. For more information, you can visit www.cmom.org