Congratulations to all the 2018 Jazz 4 Justice Foundation Partners! Over $30,000 has been raised for Legal Aid and Jazz Scholarships across the Commonwealth!​

​​​​​​2018 Jazz4Justice Concerts

2/9

Richmond, VA

Virginia Commonwealth University

3/22

Alexandria, VA

Northern Virginia Community College

TBD

Winchester, VA

Shenandoah University

3/29

Newport News, VA

Christopher Newport University
4/15Charlottesville, VAUniversity of Virginia
TBDHarrisonburg, VAJames Madison University
11/3Fredericksburg, VAUniversity of Mary Washington
11/16Prince William, VAGeorge Mason University - PWC
11/17Fairfax, VAGeorge Mason University - FFX

Jazz4Justice raises public awareness and funds for Legal Aid and music scholarships. We do this by forming collaborative partnerships with the legal community, the business community, the music community, and Universities. 

Click here to view an article recently published in the May 2018 "Bar President" Newsletter of the ABA's National Conference of Bar Presidents. Click here to view a recent article for the newsleter of the Jazz Education Network. Click here to view an article about Jazz4Justice from both the Fairfax Times and The Washington Post.

Announcing... Jazz4Justice "Live" at George Mason University


Sponsorships are available! 


George Mason University, under the direction of Darden Purcell and Jim Carroll, will partner for the first time with Legal Services of Northern Virginia to produce this year's Jazz4Justice concert. Each night will feature a live recording to be released in 2019, so grab your tickets early to be a part of history! Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors, and $15 for youth through grade 12 and are available online or at the box office.


Friday, November 16, 2018:  Hylton Performing Arts Center, Manassas, VA  – 8:00 PM
Purchase tickets
here for Hylton Performing Arts Center


Saturday, November 17, 2018:  GMU Center for the Arts, Fairfax, VA – 8:00 PM
Purchase tickets
here for Center for Arts

“Justice for all is a never-ending quest, and pro bono legal work is a critical part of that journey.  While many genres could be a match, jazz is ideal because of its ongoing link to social justice in particular." -Antonio Garcia, Director of Jazz Studies at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU)

Professor Jim Carroll at George Mason University's 14th Annual Jazz4Justice