Thank you for you support in our annual appeal

Thank you to our 2016 donors.  It is because of your generosity this year that disadvantaged youth are able to access the life-changing experiences here each summer. We are looking forward to another successful, music-filled year. If you have not yet had the chance to make a contribution, there is

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A Valentine’s Party Not To Be Missed

Tired of the same old options for Valentine’s Day? Litchfield Jazz has the answer! Join us for your own very special Valentine’s celebration, February 11, at a unique and hip venue– Litchfield Distillery, Connecticut’s newest and already award-winning micro-distillery. Space is limited – get your tickets today! Here’s what you

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Get involved in 2017

Now is a great time to start thinking about ways to get involved for 2017.  We have many different types of opportunities available. We offer summer internships, sponsorship and advertising opportunities for our business fans, vendor opportunities for artists and chefs, and of course volunteer opportunities abound – many of

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Happy Holidays

From the Litchfield Jazz Festival family to yours, Happy Holidays!!

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Registration for LJC KIDS (8-11 years) is OPEN

This year we are launching Litchfield Jazz Camp Kids, a special summer program for children 8-11 years old.  Registration is now open, space is limited. Financial aid is available. Produced by Litchfield Performing Arts, Inc. at Washington Montessori School in New Preston, CT, Litchfield Jazz Camp Kids is a new 1-week music day

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NEW! Litchfield Jazz Camp Kids

Over 20 years at Litchfield Jazz Camp, parents have urged us to create opportunities for younger children. This summer we are launching Litchfield Jazz Camp Kids – a program for children 8-11 years old. Call 860-361-6285 for more info! CALL 860-361-6285 or CLICK HERE for more info Litchfield Jazz Camp

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Litchfield Jazz Fest featured on WNPR.org

“Litchfield Jazz Festival (LJF) — a then at-risk brainchild of the fearless cultural crusader Vita Muir — would survive its infancy to become an annual crown jewel among Connecticut’s premier summer arts and entertainment events. For that matter, who back then would have bet that what seemed like Muir’s noble

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