New Jazz Center In L.A. Will Benefit Veterans' Medical and Housing Needs

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Kevin A. Thompson
April 4, 2024

Chateau Noir will give Jazz will have a new home in Downtown L.A. (Tongvaar Territory) with the blessing of

“To preserve the art of improvisational music on the highest level,” Don McDaniels is breathing new life into downtown Los Angeles with the Chateau Noir Jazz Conservatory.

The Conservatory will train a new generation of improvisational jazz musicians, with a promise to graduate students debt-free and with a job in the music business.

In that same spirit of debt reduction, Chateau Noir’s future productions will benefit Veterans and with medical debt, housing issues, suicide prevention and other causes. Founder Don McDaniels plans to hold 150 live streamed concerts per year.

Chateau Noir will offer one- and two-year music programs to train a new generation of musicians the American art form of improvisational jazz. It will reside in the Variety Arts Center, 940 Figueroa Street, Los Angeles.

The new home of Chateau Noir Jazz Conservancy will be here at the Variety Arts Center at 940 South Figueroa in Los Angeles

The parent organization is the Chateau Noir Art Institute, founded by CEO Don McDaniels. Chateau Noir is a certified non-profit and donations are welcome.

McDaniels also founded Muay Thai in America, a martial art and way of life from Thailand that is gaining ground in the United States.

Check out music performance by Terrence Martin

and Instagram link to Chateau Noir

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Photo of Variety Arts Center by MikeJiroch, Wikimedia Commons