Fridays at Five Overview
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Online Concert Series

Fridays at Five

Every Friday At 5 PM PT (8 PM ET)

ABOUT FRIDAYS AT FIVE 
Fridays at Five is a weekly membership-based online concert series that brings people closer to the music, while providing support for artists, through exclusive hour-long broadcasts of SFJAZZ Center archival performances every Friday at 5 PM PT. Conceived to create a unique shared experience, each event features multi-camera HD video and state-of-the-art audio, as well as real-time chats with artists, jazz fans, and SFJAZZ Members.

ENCORE REBROADCAST TIMES
Each week's Fridays At Five concert is now also streaming the following Saturday at 10AM PT. Please note that this rebroadcast does not include a real-time chat.
1PM NYC · 6PM LONDON · 7PM PARIS · 7PM JOHANNESBURG

Tune in by becoming an SFJAZZ Digital Member, starting at only $5 per month or $50 annually.

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"A chance to support the artists and catch up on memorable concerts from years past."SF Classical Voice

"That was super-great ... really immersive, amazing camerawork and the sound was excellent. I just felt like I was inside the music and really in the hall." — SFJAZZ Member

"As coronavirus cancels concerts, I tried a new way to listen to live music." (SFGate)

SFJAZZ's New Virtual Concert Series Embraces the Streaming Age (SFist)

Fridays at Five: Launching a Digital Experience (On the Corner)

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REMAINING FRIDAYS AT FIVE BROADCASTS 

SEP 17-18 Vijay Iyer Trio

UPCOMING FRIDAYS LIVE BROADCASTS 

SEP 24-25 Zakir Hussain w/ Eric Harland, Abbos Kosimov, & Mark de Clive-Lowe
OCT 1-2 Claudia Villela • Joe Henderson Lab 
OCT 8-9 Thelonious Monk's Birthday: Gerald Clayton, Edward Simon, Justin Kauflin, & Tammy L. Hall
OCT 15-16 Jesús Díaz y su QBA
OCT 29-30 SFJAZZ Collective: New Works Reflecting The Moment
NOV 5-6 Ravi Coltrane: Cosmic Music: A Contemporary Look at the Music of John and Alice Coltrane
NOV 12-13 Rova Saxophone Quartet • Joe Henderson Lab •
NOV 19-20 Preservation Hall Jazz Band: 60th Anniversary Tour
NOV 26-27 Chester Thompson: Gravy Train
DEC 3-4 Pink Martini
DEC 17-18 Adam Shulman: A Charlie Brown Christmas
DEC 24-25 Merry Christmas From José James

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SEP 17-18 | Vijay Iyer Trio

WATCH SAT, SEP 18 • 10 AM PT (1 PM ET)

The brilliant and adventurous pianist and composer Vijay Iyer is a musician who stretches the boundaries of jazz, but has long reached beyond jazz's vocabulary. An artist possessed of a relentlessly searching intellect and awe-inspiring technique, he was the recipient of the MacArthur Foundation’s “Genius Grant'' in 2013 and the “quadruple crown” in DownBeat’s 2012 Critics Poll in the categories of Jazz Artist of the Year, Group of the Year, Pianist of the Year and Album of the Year.

Iyer has had a lengthy association with SFJAZZ as a performer and Resident Artistic Director, and this concert, filmed in March 2015 during the third season in the SFJAZZ Center, features the GRAMMY-nominated pianist with his telepathic trio of bassist Stephan Crump and drummer Marcus Gilmore. They tackle compositions from across Iyer’s career, with a focus on material from his then-new ECM Records release, Break Stuff.

SEP 17-18 | Vijay Iyer Trio

WATCH SAT, SEP 18 • 10 AM PT (1 PM ET)

The brilliant and adventurous pianist and composer Vijay Iyer is a musician who stretches the boundaries of jazz, but has long reached beyond jazz's vocabulary. An artist possessed of a relentlessly searching intellect and awe-inspiring technique, he was the recipient of the MacArthur Foundation’s “Genius Grant'' in 2013 and the “quadruple crown” in DownBeat’s 2012 Critics Poll in the categories of Jazz Artist of the Year, Group of the Year, Pianist of the Year and Album of the Year.

Iyer has had a lengthy association with SFJAZZ as a performer and Resident Artistic Director, and this concert, filmed in March 2015 during the third season in the SFJAZZ Center, features the GRAMMY-nominated pianist with his telepathic trio of bassist Stephan Crump and drummer Marcus Gilmore. They tackle compositions from across Iyer’s career, with a focus on material from his then-new ECM Records release, Break Stuff.

Get Access to 'Fridays at Five'

Become a Digital Member

Starting at just $5 a month ($50 annually), you can sign up for or gift a digital membership and tune in with friends each Friday at 5 PM (PT) for the latest concert. Proceeds will help the SFJAZZ team prepare to reopen the SFJAZZ Center and bring you the same breadth of live concert and educational programming you're used to. The music will outlive the virus.

Join Today
Get Access to 'Fridays at Five'

Become a Digital Member

Starting at just $5 a month ($50 annually), you can sign up for or gift a digital membership and tune in with friends each Friday at 5 PM (PT) for the latest concert. Proceeds will help the SFJAZZ team prepare to reopen the SFJAZZ Center and bring you the same breadth of live concert and educational programming you're used to. The music will outlive the virus.

Join Today

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