From Brazilian folk jazz to Cuban Charanga, the Jazz in the Garden series at the National Gallery of Art showcases a wide variety of musical genres over the course of the summer. The free concert series unfolds in the National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden every Friday night, kicking off at 5 p.m. and running until approximately 8:30 p.m.
Come out to the first installment of Jazz in the Garden on May 17th to enjoy the musical stylings of Rob Curto’s Forro For All, a Brazilian folk jazz band. Then on May 24th, come back for a performance by Futurist, an alternative modern band. Billy Price brings blues and soul to the sculpture garden on May 31st, followed up by jazz trombonist Shannon Gunn on June 7th. Check out the full schedule to find a show that piques your interest.