Step aboard a historic sailing ship and cruise around New York Harbor, taking in magnificent views of New York City on this entertaining evening jazz sail. From the decks of the boat, you will enjoy breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline, the Statue of Liberty, the Brooklyn Bridge, Ellis Island and other treasures of the harbor along with the bluesy sounds of a live jazz quintet.
Seek out the soul of Cape Town on a unique Jazz Safari, taking you to the heart of South Africa’s world-renowned jazz scene. Meet local jazz artists and listen to live performances in an evening that’s sure to hit all the high notes for culture lovers and music fans alike.
Andrew Neiman (Miles Teller) is an ambitious young jazz drummer, in his pursuit of rising to the top of his elite music conservatory. Terence Fletcher (J.K. Simmons), an instructor known for his terrifying teaching methods, discovers Andrew and transfers the aspiring drummer into the top jazz ensemble, forever changing the young man’s life. But Andrew’s passion to achieve perfection quickly spirals into obsession, as his ruthless teacher pushes him to the brink of his ability and his sanity. Special Features: Timekeepers Featurette (Exclusive to Blu-ray) Whiplash Original Short Film with Optional Commentary (Exclusive to Blu-ray) Deleted Scene (Exclusive to Blu-ray) Commentary with Writer/Director Damien Chazelle and J.K. Simmons An Evening at the Toronto International Film Festival with Miles Teller, J.K. Simmons and Damien Chazelle
Take a walking tour of Harlem — a center of jazz and bebop music — then dine on soul food and see a jazz show at a famous venue like the Cotton Club. After exploring the historical neighborhood with a professional guide, feast on mouthwatering cuisine such as crispy fried chicken, spicy ribs and cornbread at Sylvia’s restaurant. You’ll relive the high-stepping nights of the 1920s with a jam session at one of Harlem’s hottest clubs. There’s no better way to explore the full range of Harlem's diverse history, music and food!
James Darren [The Guns of Navarone] stars as a jazz trumpeter in the throes of a breakdown who is sucked into a perverse mire of psycho-sexual horror after finding the dead body of girl he had watched being stripped and whipped the previous evening at a party. Now Darren along with his sultry girlfriend (singer Barbara McNair), a kinky lesbian (Margaret Lee), a depraved playboy (Klaus Kinsky)...and the mysterious, insatiable beauty, (luscious Maria Rohm) begin a journey that may lead them all straight to hell.
This is a home visit not a restaurant and it's a unique opportunity to exchange with the owner to better understand another facet of Cape Town.We require a minimum of 2 people to run a private tour and on our schedule dinner Jazz and Marimba is open to anyone that wishes to join others on the evening experience and is recommended for group of 6 up to 8 people.Price of this evening Jazz is charged per person.Departs: Tues - Saturday Duration: (approx) 4hours Highlights - -Dinner is Included-flexible local driver guide -Transport pick ups at your accommodation in Cape Town (Guest house or hotel)-chilled water on board -home visit and traditional dinner with local family and storytelling from owners.-be entertained with live music play by local Jazz musicians or Marimba band Group also take part on drumming session -interactive experience with local residents booking is essential
An evening of jazz and drinks is a must while you’re in New Orleans – but where to start in a city full of bars? Leave the choices to locals in the know on this private jazz, drinks and bites tour: from a no-frills traditional bar to a cozy spot with a wide range of styles; they will take you to places that most tourists don’t usually find, and help you immerse yourself in authentic New Orleans jazz vibes.Before you hit the bars, your host will give you an introduction to the city’s musical heritage and the development of jazz – and where better to start than Louis Armstrong Park, named after one of the jazz world’s true icons! See where musical styles from across the globe mingled at Congo Square, find the tucked-away little studio where legends recorded their songs and pass by the place where the next generation learn their craft in the city.And then it’s time to hit the bars! All the choices along the way have been hand-picked by locals who know the best places.