3 jazz events worth seeking out in New York City this week

Looking to enjoy some jazz and blues? From a celebration of the Lindy Hop to dueling pianos, this week's event lineup offers plenty to enjoy for jazz enthusiasts and newbies alike.

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Jazz and Swing with The Harlem Swing Dance Society

The Harlem Swing Dance Society celebrates Black History Month by showcasing the Lindy Hop, a dance that originated in Harlem. There will be a Lindy Hop dance lesson followed by a social dance party set to Harlem jazz, soul, hip-hop and more.

When: Saturday, Feb. 23, 5-8 p.m.

Where: Pelham Fritz Recreation Center, 18 Mount Morris Park W.

Price: Free

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La Vie En Rose: An Elegant Blend of American Jazz, French Chanson & Pop

Singer-songwriter Violette showcases her jazz vocal talents at Club Bonafide. Her 2014 album "Falling Strong" emitted her jazz influences, along with pop, rock, R&B and other musical genres.

When: Sunday, Feb. 24, 7:30-8:30 p.m.

Where: Club Bonafide, 212 E. 52nd St.

Price: $20

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Up to 65 percent off dueling pianos at Bar Nine

Enjoy an energetic night of piano versus piano as two highly skilled pianists from The Flying Ivories play audience requested-songs -- from jazz to pop to rock and beyond. Book a table for two or four for up to 65 percent discount, which includes one complimentary drink per person.

Where: Bar Nine, 807 9th Ave.

Price: $20-$35 (regularly $50-$100)

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