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They're Playing Our Song: New Jazz Club Opens In Tarrytown

Mark Morganelli, executive director of The Jazz Forum in Tarrytown. Photo Credit: John Abbott
The Jazz Forum in Tarrytown is showcasing music on weekends. Photo Credit: Facebook
Mark Morganelli, founder of The Jazz Forum in Tarrytown, at the grand opening. Photo Credit: Doug Schneider Photography

TARRYTOWN, N.Y. -- The Jazz Forum, a new Tarrytown club featuring world renown jazz musicians, has officially opened.

The 100-seat space will present headline jazz artists on Fridays and Saturdays and celebrated Brazilian groups on Sundays in an intimate listening room with clear views of the performers from all table and bar seats.

In addition to music, guests will find a handcrafted walnut bar, light menu, separate lounge and pool room, and a contemporary art gallery, 

The club features Italian wines, local beers, special cocktails and a full bar. The menu is  Italian “quiet food” of tapenades, charcuterie, cheeses, and desserts.

The Jazz Forum Club is a program of Jazz Forum Arts, a not-for-profit arts presenting organization and a longtime dream for Mark Morganelli, a musician, producer, and executive director, who lives in an apartment directly on site.

The club is a reimagining of Morganelli’s Manhattan jazz club, the Jazz Forum he ran from 1979 to 1983.

Renowned trumpeter Roy Hargrove Quintet performed at the grand opening on Friday, June 9. Upcoming performances include the Lee Konitz Quartet on Friday, June 16 and Saturday, June 17, the Newport Jazz Ensemble on Friday, June 23, and Saturday, June 24 and Kenia & Paul-Brasil NY on Sunday, June 25.

The Jazz Forum is at 1 Dixon Lane, (914) 631-1000,

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