The National Jazz Museum Presents Pops on Film: 1950-1971
The National Jazz Museum in Harlem Presents
Pops on Film: 1950-1971
Louis Armstrong left behind thousands of recordings but the best way to experience the genius of Louis Armstrong is to actually see him in action. While conducting research for his book, 'What a Wonderful World: The Magic of Louis Armstrong's Later Years', author Ricky Riccardi amassed a large collection of rare Armstrong film and television appearances. Join him for a celebration of Louis where Riccardi will screen some of the gems of his collection as discussed in his book.
Part of the series "Jazz on Film" presented by The National Jazz Museum in Harlem every other first Tuesday of the month, at the Maysles Cinema. The series focuses on feature length and short documentary and narrative films for, by, and about the giants and unsung heros of jazz. All unpacked and explored by The National Jazz Museum Harlem's finest jazz experts and jazz musicians.
Maysles Cinema (View)
343 Lenox Ave.
New York, NY 10027
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