New Pixar 'Soul' Exhibit To Open In NYC For Black History Month


Disney’s The Soul of Jazz: An American Adventure exhibit is opening at The National Jazz Museum in Harlem, New York on February 10 to coincide with Black History Month.

Inspired by Pixar's SOUL, the exhibit originally debuted at The American Adventure inside of EPCOT at Walt Disney World Resort. The experience is now coming to Harlem, a neighborhood in NYC well-known for its vibrant jazz scene. Visitors have the opportunity to follow Joe Gardener, the movie's musician and mentor, on a tour through jazz's history. The Harlem rendition of the exhibit will have its own special additions curated by The National Jazz Museum, including a player piano, a working 78rpm Victrola and Duke Ellington’s white grand piano.

The exhibit opens February 10, and will be on display through August 31. Get your tickets here.


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