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BNY Mellon presents JazzLive @Home


BNY Mellon presents JazzLive @Home is a free online video series produced by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. We'll showcase some of the finest jazz musicians on the scene today, from Pittsburgh and beyond, and give you an inside look at their influences and careers, reflections on current events, and more.

Check back regularly as we hear from Sean Jones, Kenia, Alton Merrell, David Throckmorton, Theron Brown, Lynn Speakman, Thomas Wendt, Kevin Howard, and Roger Humphries + RH Factor.

Thomas Wendt

The BNY Mellon presents JazzLive @Home series continues with episode three featuring standout drummer, educator, composer, and jazz historian Thomas Wendt. Join the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust as we check-in with Thomas to learn what he's been up to during these challenging times. His great respect for the music and those who've created it — locally and around the world — will shine through as you enjoy the episode.


Click on an artist below to view their JazzLive @Home episode


Sean Jones

In episode one of BNY Mellon presents JazzLive @Home, we visit with acclaimed bandleader, trumpeter, composer, educator, and activist Sean Jones. The Ohio native has performed with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, the SF Jazz Collective, and with jazz legends Nancy Wilson, Diane Reeves, Marcus Miller, Herbie Hancock, and Wayne Shorter among countless others. He now serves as the Richard & Elizabeth Chase Chair of Jazz at Johns Hopkins University’s Peabody Institute in Baltimore. Join us as we catch up with Sean to hear how he's been spending his time, learn about his favorite Pittsburgh memories, and much more.



The BNY Mellon presents JazzLive @Home series continues with episode two featuring vocalist, lyricist, producer, record label owner and cultural ambassador, Kenia. Join the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust as we learn more about Kenia's career, including her dedication to promoting and creating events that celebrate Brazilian culture.

For more information about Kenia and her upcoming projects, visit kenialive.com


The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust has been able to bring world-class arts experiences to the Cultural District — and to your home during this time of intermission — for more than 35 years. During this critical time, please consider supporting the Trust and this special art form.

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