Yesterday, I was interviewed on Channel 12 news to get the word out about raising funds to further urgent repairs to the building. Check out the interview at our facebook page.
If you would like to make a donation to the restoration efforts at Schwartz's Point, please click here. I am so excited to see so many people care about the building and the club. I am doing all that I can to get it going again and to repair the building. We've raised nearly $1,000. Now, we just need to do that 15 more times! If you are able to donate, I would super duper appreciate it! It is for a worthy and positive cause. Thank you! Zarleen
Hi, it's Zarleen here. I am working hard on getting the Point up and running. It is no small task. I have secured the licenses, or rather, I have saved one of them, as my father's illnesses resulted in neglected taxes and building maintenance. Besides much cleaning to be done, there are a number of urgent repairs yelling for my attention. I have already poured tons of money into the building and the club, but my meager means are not going to be enough. I have created a page for donations and am calling on the Cincinnati community to help me make this space ready for visitors and contribute to the neighborhood by bringing live jazz and acoustic back to this location. Please click HERE to visit the donation page. Any donation you make is for a good and happy cause, and I thank you in advance for your support and encouragement. Much love and peace to you all. :)
Zarleen is the owner / operator of Schwartz's Point Jazz and Acoustic Club. The club was founded by her father, Ed Moss, who was a great jazz piano player in Cincinnati from the 50's until his death in 2016. Here you will find updates and happenings at The Point. Come see us and hear some great music. Best tidings to you!!