Welcome to Jazz Maui

Join Us for Our Next Event

Jazz Maui Virtual Music Series

The series includes three themed concerts featuring professional guest and local musicians. All concerts are free and will be streamed at 8PM on Friday October 22, Friday November 26, and Friday December 17, 2021 here at JazzMaui.org, AKAKU Channel 55, and our Jazz Maui Facebook Page.   

December 17 – Jazz featuring Classical Instruments

with Members of Maui Youth Philharmonic Orchestra, Maui Flute Choir, Sharp Four Jazz Quartet with Mark Johnstone, and Phil Smith Trio

Watch below, at AKAKU Channel 55, or at Jazz Maui Facebook Page.

November 26 – Jazz with Ukulele and the Hawaiian Steel Guitar

with Benny Uyetake Band, Joel Katz Band, Kamalei Kawaa, Seabury Hall Hawai’ian Ensemble, Tanama Colibri, and Phil Smith

October 22 – “Jazz Blues and Beyond II”

featuring Katie Thiroux Trio with Quincy Jones protégé Justin Kauflin

Katie Thiroux is an internationally-acclaimed bassist, vocalist, composer, bandleader and recording artist. Thiroux’s contemporary jazz draws upon the rich history of the music and her unique gift of simultaneously balancing sultry vocals and virtuosic bass playing leaves audiences worldwide in awe. In the words of music icon Quincy Jones, “This girl is IT!”

Watch Our Exclusive “Save the Music” Virtual Gala!
A live event held on Friday October 30, 2020

A Benefit to support “Virtual Jazz In the Schools”

Virtual Jazz in the Schools, is a live online learning program, focusing on jazz instruction and performance. The program is designed as a supplement to the in-school music program. Click to learn more.
Jazz Maui - Virtual Jazz in the Schools


Chocolate Laulima

The Arts of Education for Children Group (AECG) has partnered with Maui KU’IA Estates to offer you an assortment of delicious chocolates. These gift bags and gift box make great presents for friends and family or can be a special treat for yourself to enjoy. Proceeds from these specific products benefit AECG.
Buy chocolate & support AECG
Henry Carroll Ritmeester aka Cary Ritt

Maui Musician

Henry Carroll Ritmeester
(aka “Cary Ritt”)

passed away October 9, 2021.

Donations accepted in memorial for Cary Ritt will help support jazz music education in Maui classrooms, a cause that was dear to his heart.  For years Cary was part of the Jazz Maui ‘ohana, attending many concerts and workshops, sharing his passion for music with countless friends and students.  Click on the button below to donate!
Mahalo nui loa

Jazz Maui Presents

Jazz at the Empanada Lady

Saturdays 6:30 PM

Dinner Reservations required
2119 W. Vineyard Street in Wailuku

About Jazz Maui

Jazz Maui, a program of Arts Education for Children Group (AECG) nonprofit organization, provides an opportunity for island residents, music students, aspiring and professional musicians, and jazz music aficionados to participate in or attend high-quality jazz music performances. Through festivals, music clinics and dance workshops, Jazz Maui provides a venue for student performers to establish connections with recognized professionals in music and dance.

Questions? Call Jazz Maui Founder Bryant Neal at 808-283-3576

Jazz at the Shops

Outlets of Maui, 900 Front Street – 5pm

Enjoy music, food and fun!
Prem Brosio
Jake Thomas Quartet
King Kekaulike Na Ali’i Big Band

Mahalo to our supporters: Hawaii Tourism Authority, Arts Education for Children Group, and Outlets of Maui

Makana Aloha Foundation