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Welcome to Philadelphia Jazz Project

Let Us Quote You

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Hundreds of people attended Phila Jazz Project events this year. If you attended any PJP events, tell us something about your experience. Did you have a good time? Did you bring friends or family along with you?


Help us do a better job.


Share your thoughts. We need your voice.



Let Us Quote You.

We will begin posting audience feedback and commentary on our website very shortly.


Answer any of the following questions in an email message that you will send back to us with the email subject labeled - Quote Me. Send that email message to


1. How would you describe the event you attended.
2. What did you learn from participating in the event?
3. Would you recommend the same event to your friends and family?


Remember to include your name, your neighborhood, city or town.

Thanks and don't relax just yet.
 PJP will be presenting more great events shortly.


Stay tuned. September starts the party all over again.


From The Philadelphia Jazz Project Staff




Many thanks to all of the artists, the venues, their staff, our staff, our supporters, contractors and our volunteers. Special thanks to the Painted Bride Arts Center and to the Wyncote Foundation for making this all possible. Extra special thanks to you, the audience members. Thanks for believing that the music is still important enough to come out for.


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The stuff McCoy Tyner did was earth-shattering for me. The modal thing, the way he voiced chords in fourths, the way he used the pentatonic scale -- all those things were very new.
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Philadelphia Jazz Project is a sponsored project of the Culture Trust | Greater Philadelphia, with funding provided by The Philadelphia Foundation.