Master Class at the Philadelphia Clef Club
About the Philadelphia Clef Club
Jazz is a true, original American art form and The Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz and Performing Arts, in Philadelphia, is the first facility ever constructed specifically as a jazz institution – a testament to our national’s history. Located on the Avenue of the Arts at 738 South Broad St, the building houses a 240-seat performance hall, in addition to multiple classrooms and practice studios, making it ideally suited to fulfill its mission.
The mission is to “celebrate and preserve the legacy of jazz through accessible education for the Greater Philadelphia region, and to support the evolving art form through talent development, programming, and public performance.” Music education classes, music and related art performances, and community events are all held at the Philadelphia Clef Club building, which serves as a vital hub for the local artistic community in the Greater Philadelphia region.