An exhibit inspired by the Disney movie "Soul" is coming to the National Jazz Museum in Harlem next week.
"The Soul of Jazz: An American Adventure," exploring the history of jazz through local artifacts plus elements from the Oscar-winning movie, is opening on Thursday, February 10.
The show, which first debuted at Epcot at Walt Disney Resort and moved to jazz museums in New Orleans and Kansas City, will feature a unique collection of artifacts curated by the National Jazz Museum in Harlem, including a working 78rpm Victrola and Duke Ellington's white grand piano.
Intermixed will be models of "Soul" characters Joe Gardner and Dorothea Williams and virtual experiences via the Play Disney Parks app.
Tickets are free but must be reserved in advance here.
The National Jazz Museum in Harlem is located at 58 W 129th Street between Fifth Avenue and Malcolm X Boulevard.
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