Juneteenth Jazz Jubilee: Concert for Music on The Inside (In-Person)

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Juneteenth Jazz Jubilee: Concert for Music on The Inside (In-Person)

Join us for a Juneteenth celebration and benefit concert for Music on The Inside!

By New York Society for Ethical Culture

When and where

Date and time

Saturday, June 17 · 7 - 9pm EDT


Adler Hall at The New York Society for Ethical Culture 2 W 64th Street New York, NY 10023

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About this event

  • 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Join us for a celebration of freedom, resilience, community, and the possibilities of good things to come. This benefit concert for Music on The Inside brings together formerly incarcerated musicians with top jazz artists for a rousing musical celebration of emancipation and the continuing fight for criminal and social justice in the United States.

This page is for purchasing IN-PERSON tickets. To purchase tickets to watch online, please click here.


Arturo O’Farrill, Alphonso Horne, DeWitt Fleming Jr., Marion Cowings, The Oscar Feldman Ensemble, Sheila Jordan, Don Braden and his Earth, Wind, and Wonder Quartet, and many talented formerly incarcerated musicians alongside their mentors!

Co-hosted by Stanley Richards, Deputy CEO of The Fortune Society.

VIP ticket includes admission to a post-show reception with the artists and Music on The Inside!


Music on the Inside Inc. is a nonprofit charitable organization that works with professional musicians to bring music education, mentorships, and hope to individuals impacted by incarceration. You can donate to support Music on The Inside here!

MAKE IT A DAY FOR JUSTICE: Join The First Step Screening and Panel Discussion at 2:30

Join our 2:30 screening of The First Step, a new documentary exploring the passage of the landmark First Step Act. A panel discussion will be held after, moderated by Terrance Coffie of The Social Justice Network. Light dinner follows, catered by The Fortune Society's catering company.

Click here to purchase Tickets to the 2:30 The First Step screening and discussion!

About the organizer

The New York Society for Ethical Culture is the cornerstone of the Ethical Culture movement founded in 1876 by Dr. Felix Adler. Ethical Culture is a religion centered on ethics, not theology, whose mission is to encourage respect for humanity and nature and to create a better world. Members are committed to personal ethical development in their relationships with others and in activities involving social justice and environmental stewardship.Throughout our history we have helped create significant community institutions that have had a long-lasting effect in promoting civil society.