• 6 HD Cameras
  • Audiophile Sound
  • World Class Artists
  • Safely Produced

Streaming in Living Color from Smoke Jazz Club!

SMOKE SCREENs Livestream Concert Series

each show is available for on-demand streaming for 48 hours in every time zone!


Smoke Screens is the new streaming concert series safely produced live at Smoke Jazz Club. Featuring six HD cameras, audiophile sound, and a stellar program of world-renowned jazz artists, Smoke Screens delivers an unsurpassed listening and viewing experience to jazz lovers around the world. Currently, the two weekend sets are streamed live at 8pm (20:00) in New York and are available for purchase and streaming for 48 hours after each performance for listening and viewing opportunities in any time zone. Stream the set at your convenience. While these performances might not replace a night at a jazz club, they offer an essential new way to experience great music!


Smoke...known for its intimacy in person was well recreated online, with the best sound this reviewer has (virtually) heard thus far and no less than six camera angles.”– Andrey Henkin, The NYC Jazz Record

Don't Miss This Special Performance and Opportunity to Support Musicians and Live Music in New York City!

this week on smoke screens: the george cables quartet


FRIDAY & SATURDAY 10/23 & 10/24 - 8PM EST - $10


Fri & Sat at 8PM EST
Live from Smoke Jazz Club

George Cables (piano) Craig Handy (saxophone) Ed Howard (bass) Victor Lewis (drums)

“His solos reveal a deep sense of groove and pacing and a mind at work.” – NPR

The great George Cables (aka “Mr. Beautiful”) leads an illustrious quartet with saxophonist Craig Handy, bassist Ed Howard, and drummer Victor Lewis. Cables earned a reputation as an important sideman over the past 50 years through work with artists like Joe Henderson, Freddie Hubbard, Dexter Gordon and Art Pepper but he has also released numerous important recordings of his own. The New York City Jazz Record says, “He is a piano giant.” All About Jazz adds, “Anyone who is serious about jazz will tell you that George Cables belongs in the pantheon of the greatest jazz pianists.” The quartet features Craig Handy (Art Blakey, Wynton Marsalis, Mingus Big Band); Ed Howard (Roy Haynes, Jaki Byard) and fellow jazz legend and frequent Cables collaborator, Victor Lewis (Woody Shaw, Stan Getz, Bobby Watson.)

ON THE SIDEWALK STAGE at smoke:the luke sellick trio




Miki Yamanaka (piano) Luke Sellick (bass) Jimmy Macbride (drums)

Bassist Luke Sellick fronts an important trio of rising young stars with pianist Miki Yamanaka and drummer Jimmy Macbride. A protégé of the great Ron Carter, Sellick is originally from Winnipeg, Ontario, but has been the been in high demand with artist like Johnny O’Neal, Russell Malone, and Jimmy Greene among many others. Republic of Jazz calls him, “a compelling newcomer on the jazz scene.” Yamanaka is “increasingly known for her light, expressive touch,” says All About Jazz while Modern Drummer states that Macbride brings “an assured command of his instrument to recordings and live work with a sound that belies his age.”

How It Works

The performances will be delivered via a safe, secure, and private YouTube stream. Simply purchase a streaming pass (click here) and you will receive an e-mail to a locked and secure pre-event screen. A countdown clock will show when your event codes will be revealed. After the code is revealed, another clock will show the live stream start time.

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  • If you can't locate your streaming pass, please contact [email protected]
  • Note that each stream (Friday & Saturday) will be available for 48 hours in all time zones.

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Happy Sunday everyone! Come enjoy outdoor dining and music from the Keith Brown Trio from our sidewalk stage! Seating starts at 4pm, call  212.864.6662 for reservations or stop by!

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Close out your weekend with the Peter Bernstein Quartet Livestream! Peter is celebrating the release of his new album "What Comes Next" with Sullivan Fortner, Peter Washington and Joe Farnsworth!

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Peter Bernstein WHAT COMES NEXT
Sullivan Fortner, Peter Washington, Joe Farnsworth, Peter Bernstein
Stream is available On-Demand for 48 hours, worldwide in every time zone!
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great sounding band. Loving it from the UK. Thank you, guys! 🙂

Love Pete’s cd cover

😍 what a nice team!

Hello from São Paulo


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Joe Farnsworth - "Time to Swing"

The drummer of choice for some the biggest names in jazz for more than aquarter century, Joe Farnsworth delivers a career defining masterpiece of his own with Time to Swing featuring pianist and NEA Jazz Master Kenny Barron; consummate bassist Peter Washington; and virtuoso trumpeter and cultural icon Wynton Marsalis.

Farnsworth’s acute musical vision was formed over years of peerless performances and recordings with artists like George Coleman, Benny Golson, Pharoah Sanders, Curtis Fuller, Horace Silver, Diana Krall, and, of course, Wynton Marsalis. Wynton is the featured special guest on the first four tracks of Time to Swing and the pairing of his trumpet and Farnsworth’s cymbal beat is simply great jazz music. The first half concludes with a tour-de-force drum solo that is dedicated to the late, great Jimmy Cobb, before a second half that is as scintillating a piano trio performance as you’ll hear anywhere.

Farnsworth is something of a piano trio specialist with extensive work in theclassic trios of Cedar Walton, Hank Jones, McCoy Tyner, and Harold Mabern among others. Here, Barron, Washington, and Farnsworth deliver unforgettable renditions of Monk, Ellington, and more in a trio set that is a new classic in itself.

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