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The 42nd Street Jazz Festival Set for Theater Row, 12/16-23

NYU Steinhardt Music and Performing Arts Professions, New York Foundation for the Arts, Yamaha Pianos, RS Berkeley Horns, presents the 42nd Street Jazz Festival, from December 16-23, 2013 at Theater Row, 410 W. 42nd Street, NYC. Performances: Monday- Saturday at 8pm and Sunday at 5pm. Tickets are $21.25 and are available at

The 42nd Street Jazz Festival features a wide variety of jazz artists from New York City and around the world, with a diversity of styles from Senegal to Prague, and Buenos Aires to Brooklyn.

The festival programs are:

Monday, December 16 at 8pm: Gabriella Anders

Gabriela Anders, voice

Jim Ridl, piano

Leo Traversa,bass

Cliff Almond, drums

Special guest,Wayne Krantz, guitar

Tuesday, December 17 at 8pm: Rudy Linka Trio

Rudy Linka, guitar

Dan Fabricatore, bass

Norman Edwards, drums

Wednesday December 18 at 8pm: Leni Stern African Trio

Leni Stern, guitar, voice

Mamadou Ba, bass

Alioune Faye, pecussion

Special guest, Leo Genovese, piano

Thursday, December 19 at 8pm: Krantz Carlock Lefebvre

Wayne Krantz, guitar

Tim Lefabvre, bass

Keith Carlock, drums

Friday, December 20 at 8pm: Tony Moreno Quintet

Ron Horton, trumpet

Marc Mommaas, saxophone

Jean-Michel Pilc, piano

Ugonna Okegwo, bass

Tony Moreno, drums

Saturday, December 21 at 8pm: Combo Nuvo

Dave Schroeder, harmonica, woodwinds

Billy Drewes, woodwinds

Brad Shepik, guitar

Rich Shemaria, piano

Mike Richmond, cello

Tim Keiper, percussion

Sunday, December 22 at 5pm: Alex Brown Trio

Alex Brown, piano

Zach Brown, bass

Eric Doob, drums

Monday, December 23 at 8pm: Jeff Franzel- Mood of the Moment

Jeff Franzel, solo piano

On Friday, December 20, 2013, at 1pm--5pm, the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) will present an afternoon of workshops entitled "Sustaining Your Musical Career: Opportunities and New Directions." Partnering with NYU Jazz Studies and Theatre Row, NYFA will present panels on resources for the music community, as well as fundraising techniques, discussions on artist sustainability, and examples and explorations of international collaborations. Tickets are $20 for the general public, and $15 for NYFA-affiliated artists. For more information, write to

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