Family Jazz Jam with Imani Rouselle

We are excited to continue our Family Jazz Jam and get all our little movers and shakers into the museum making music with us!  This family concert is perfect for little ones between the ages of 4-7 and their caregivers. This interactive event led by vocalist Imani Rousselle and her band will include singing, dancing, movement all while celebrating the joy of making music together as a community.

This event is free to the public.
RSVP is required.
Very Limited Capacity.

Adults must be accompanied by a child. No adult will be admitted without a child

This is not a drop-off program – caregivers must stay with their child and actively participate in the program with their child.

Imani Rousselle is a Texas-born singer who has skills beyond her years when it comes to interpreting and delivering the healing powers of song. Whether covering jazz standards or performing her own contemporary compositions, the voice within Imani invites you to follow along as they fill the space between the silence with carefully crafted sound. Imani currently resides in New York City, where she recently completed her master’s degree in jazz voice at The Manhattan School of Music.

Sat, Aug 13
11:00 am

National Jazz Museum in Harlem

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