Blue Note Napa
Jahari Stampley

2023 First-Place Herbie Hancock Institute International Competition
2023 Chicagoan of the Year in Jazz
2023 Honoree of Chicago Symphony Orchestra (first non-classical musician)
2023 Luminarts Fellowship for “Still Listening” album
 
Jahari Stampley is a Chicago-born pianist who began playing at the age of 14. Within two years, he began winning various competitions including Best High School Jazz Soloist Award and the National YoungArts Competition. By the age of 18, he was recognized and followed by many world-renowned musicians including Yebba Smith, Jill Scott, Robert Glasper, Cory Henry, Jacob Collier, Stanley Clarke, and Derrick Hodge, among others. Jahari has toured with Stanley Clarke and is featured on Derrick Hodge’s "Color of Noise" album.

BLUE NOTE NAPA is on the 1st floor of the historic Napa Valley Opera House and is an intimate 180-seated live music club and restaurant. World-class and local Bay Area artists perform here. Before and during the show, we offer a sophisticated dinner menu and a wide selection of wines and cocktails to order.

HOUSE POLICIES: 

  • Tickets are priced per person.
  • All seating has first-come, first-choice in the purchased section.
  • Pairs are seated opposite one another, except at the High Bar or Side Bar sections.
  • 2 Drink minimum per person (coffee/sodas/mocktails), when not ordering food.
  • Ages 8 + unless otherwise specified.
  • No Infants.
  • Tickets are emailed 48 hours PRIOR TO SHOWTIME via TicketWeb.
  • Arrive 30 min prior to door time for optimal choice of seating.
  • Policies are subject to change.


BOOTHS:

Booth for 4: Requires 4 seats to be purchased. (dark green)
Booth for 5 or 6: Requires 5 or 6 seats to be purchased. (light green) 

STANDARD SEATING:

High Bar: Great view! Tall chairs with padded seats, sat side by side (bright blue)
Floor Tables: Table Seating on the floor. Pairs sat opposite each other (dark blue)
Center Platform: Elevated viewing section with good sight lines. Tall table & Chair seating. Pairs sat opposite each other (light blue)
ADA for those that require accessible seating. Companions purchase Floor Table. (dark blue)
 
SIDE SEATING:

Rear Bar and Side Bar
: Tall chairs with padded seats, sat side by side (red)
Side Stage: 
Stage level table seating. Pairs sat opposite each other. (purple)

Please contact our Box Office with any inquiries or special needs requests.
1030 Main Street, Napa CA 94559
Box Office: boxoffice@bluenotenapa.com or 707.880.2300

  • Jahari Stampley

    2023 First-Place Herbie Hancock Institute International Competition

    2023 Chicagoan of the Year in Jazz

    2023 Honoree of Chicago Symphony Orchestra (first non-classical musician)

    2023 Luminarts Fellowship for “Still Listening” album

    Jahari Stampley is a Chicago-born pianist who began playing at the age of 14. Within two years, he began winning various competitions including Best High School Jazz Soloist Award and the National YoungArts Competition. By the age of 18, he was recognized and followed by many world-renowned musicians including Yebba Smith, Jill Scott, Robert Glasper, Cory Henry, Jacob Collier, Stanley Clarke, and Derrick Hodge, among others. Jahari has toured with Stanley Clarke and is featured on Derrick Hodge’s "Color of Noise" album.

    Jahari has performed in venues such as Radio City Music Hall in NYC, The Met Philadelphia, Byline Bank Aragon in Chicago, Carnegie Hall in NY, San Francisco Jazz Center, and MANY others. He’s also headlined & performed solo piano tours in Berlin, Koethen & Magdeburg, Germany, Geneva, Switzerland, and Los Angeles, California. He’s conducted music workshops in Santa Ana, Costa Rica, and taught masterclasses in Spokane, Washington. Jahari is also the band leader & featured pianist playing the part of Bill Withers’ keyboardist in the feature film “Spinning Gold". Many of Jahari’s performances have garnered praise in various media outlets, articles & magazines throughout the world.

    Jahari won first place in the 2023 Herbie Hancock Institute International Competition, 2023 Chicagoan of the Year in Jazz,  2023 Chicago Youth Symphony Alumni Award, the first non-classical musician to receive the honor; and awarded the 2023 Luminarts Fellowship for his debut album “Still Listening.” Previous awards include the Bösendorfer prize for the international 2019 American Jazz Pianists Association Competition (for ages 18-25), the 2018 ASCAP Foundation Fran Morganstern Davis Scholarship, and the National Young Arts Foundation 2018 Young Arts Winner.

    Alongside all of this, Jahari released his debut album, “Still Listening,” which rose to #1 on Apple iTunes in the first weeks of the album’s release. The music on “Still Listening” has also been set in an orchestral arrangement for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Jahari also designed and wrote the music for a music education mobile game, "Piano Chronicles,” available as an app for all mobile devices on Google Play Store and the Apple Store.

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