Birdland Announces April 2019 Schedule

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Birdland Announces April 2019 Schedule

Birdland will kick-off their exciting month of programming with Benny Green, The James Carter Organ Trio, Joao Bosco, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Frank Catalano Quartet, Clint Holmes, Joe Alterman, Aubrey Logan, Sheila Jordan, Dena DeRose, The Jive Aces, Michael Wolff, Jason Kravits, Jim Caruso's Cast Party, and more!

April 1 (Monday) at 7:00PM

Everybody Rise: A Resistance Cabaret

"Everybody Rise! A Resistance Cabaret" is an evening of classic show tunes all lethally rewritten for the age of Trump. This hilarious bouquet of parodies springs from the fiendish mind of Joe Keenan, an Emmy-winning "Frasier" writer and novelist (Blue Heaven, My Lucky Star). The midterms brought us a Blue Wave, and we'll celebrate with laughter, fresh hope, and a raft of great show tunes you'll never hear the same way again.

All tickets $30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 1 (Monday) at 8:30PM

Georgia Middleman and Gary Burr at the Birdland Theater

Married for seven years, Gary and Georgia perform for audiences all over the country. With harmony and humor, they weave an evening to remember featuring their original songs as well as the stories behind them.

All tickets $20-30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 2 (Tuesday) at 7:00PM and 9:45PM

Larry Fuller Trio at the Birdland Theater

Since 2013 Fuller has led the Larry Fuller Trio. He presents a musical program rarely experienced live today, consistently praised for his emotive, swinging style, monster technique, and program versatility. From bop, to stride, to swing, to blues. With George DeLancey (Bass) and Pete Van Nostrand (Drums).

All tickets $20-30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 2-6 (Tuesday-Saturday) at 8:30PM and 11:00PM

Benny Green

With the release of his 2018 album "Then and Now", Benny celebrates his 20th record release as bandleader, incorporating new textures into his classic piano-trio format and truly taking his place as a giant of modern bebop music. The acclaimed Benny Green Trio has performed at major clubs, festivals and concert halls around the world.

All tickets $30-40, $10 food/drink minimum

April 3-6 (Wednesday-Saturday) at 7:00PM

Clint Holmes at the Birdland Theater

Clint Holmes will celebrate "The Jazz of Sammy Davis, Jr." The concert will delve into Sammy's material from the early nightclub shows, to the Rat Pack days, to Broadway appearances. It will include Sammy hits like "I've Gotta Be Me," "Hey There," "Mr. Bojangles," "What Kind of Fool Am I," and "Smile." Having spent the last twenty years as one of Vegas's most successful entertainers, Holmes has, over the last several years, achieved tremendous acclaim with solo shows at Café Carlyle and Birdland in New York City.

All tickets $30-40, $10 food/drink minimum

April 3-6 (Wednesday-Saturday) at 9:45PM

Joe Alterman at the Birdland Theater

In addition to performances with Houston Person, Les McCann and his own trio, among others, Alterman has performed at many world-renowned venues including the Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, Birdland and New York's Blue Note, where Alterman has opened, many times, for Ramsey Lewis. Only 29 years old, Alterman has released four critically-acclaimed albums, his most recent being 2017's "Comin' Home To You."

All tickets $20-30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 4 (Thursday) at 5:30PM

Diane Marino

Diane Marino is to perform the music of her critically-acclaimed new release, "Soul Serenade - The Gloria Lynne Project." Diane will also perform selections from her previous CD's including songs from The Great American Song Book, Jazz Standards and Brazilian Jazz. With Don Aliquo (Sax), Ron Aprea (Alto Sax), Brian Poreschi (Trumpet), Rick Faulkner (Trombone), Doug Munro (Guitar), Neal Smith (Drums) and Frank Marino (Bass).

All tickets $30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 7 (Sunday) at 6:00PM

Gabrielle Stravelli "Pick Up My Pieces: The Music of Willie Nelson"

Award-winning vocalist Gabrielle Stravelli has garnered critical acclaim and a loyal following through her rich sound, original songs and unique take on material from the Great American Songbook as well as by a varied array of contemporary artists. She also toured the US promoting her new album, "Dream Ago," which received 5-stars from Downbeat Magazine and raves from The Huffington Post, Jazz Weekly and the LA Jazz Scene among others.

All tickets $30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 7-8 (Sunday at 7:30PM and Monday at 8:30PM)

The Jive Aces at the Birdland Theater

Renowned worldwide for their high-energy spectacular showmanship, their viral video "Bring Me Sunshine" and for being the first live band to reach the final rounds of "Britain's Got Talent", The Jive Aces have firmly established themselves the UK's No.1 Jive & Swing band. The in-demand sextet average 300 shows a year and have worked with Van Morrison, Keely Smith and performed for HM the Queen. They headlined and sold-out the Royal Albert Hall and thousands of festivals, theatres, dance halls, etc, in 35 countries, including Buckingham Palace for the Coronation Festival, Trafalgar Square for the Olympics and major theatre tours in the USA. Their performance at the 2015 Glastonbury Festival was listed by the "Daily Telegraph" as one of the festival's highlights.

All tickets $20-30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 8 (Monday) at 7:00PM

Anne Runolfsson and Robin Skye "Magnificent Chaos"

"Magnificent Chaos" celebrates the 30-year friendship between Anne Runolfsson and Robin Skye. They first met in rehearsal for Les Miserables at The Shubert in LA and found a friendship that has celebrated and mourned all that life has thrown their way. Under the musical direction of Natalie Tenenbaum, "Magnificent Chaos" employs a 6-piece band and back-up singers. With songs by Peter Gabriel, Annie Lennox, Foreigner, Jason Mraz, Bryan Adams, Kate Bush, Imagine Dragons, Carrie Underwood and others, "Magnificent Chaos" dives deep into the darkness and the light in the messy thing called life.

All tickets $20-30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 9 (Tuesday) at 7:00PM

Ashley Pezzotti at the Birdland Theater

Capturing the heart of audiences with her extensive repertoire in traditional jazz and bebop, Ashley creates an atmosphere of excitement that will transport you to another place and time. Her style is reminiscent of the great Anita O'Day and June Christy, and she performs with a level of maturity that is far beyond her years. Ashley's debut album "We've Only Just Begun" is set to release on March 29th, 2019. Ashley's straight-ahead jazz release features an array of original compositions inspired by the Great American Songbook. With Alex Weitz (Tenor Saxophone), Steven Feifke (Piano), Bob Bruya (Bass) and Bryan Carter (Drums).

All tickets $20-30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 9-13 (Tuesday-Saturday) at 8:30PM and 11:00PM

James Carter Organ Trio

By the time Detroit native saxophonist James Carter emerged on the New York jazz scene 1988 he was already a sensation. Now, Carter the mature artist is firmly established as one of the leading saxophonists of his generation, well versed in everything from straight ahead to gypsy-jazz to funk. With James Carter (Saxophones), Gerard GIbbs (Hammond B3 Organ) and Alex White (Drums).

All tickets $30-40, $10 food/drink minimum

April 9 and 23 (Tuesday) at 9:30PM

The Lineup with Susie Mosher at the Birdland Theater

The Lineup with Susie Mosher is a wild, anything-goes variety show featuring entertainers from the Broadway, cabaret and comedy scenes. Actress/singer Mosher hosts the spontaneous extravaganza at 9:30pm on the first and third Tuesday of every month.

All tickets $25, $10 food/drink minimum

April 10-13 (Wednesday-Saturday) at 7:00PM and 9:45PM

Aubrey Logan at the Birdland Theater

Aubrey Logan's concerts are a mix of excellent musicality, jaw-dropping vocals, expert trombone-playing, a breathtaking array of originals and original takes on cover songs and,! Her heart wrenching musical stories has audiences in tears just before her comedic relief has them in stiches. Very few artists can concentrate so fully on the music and yet be so connected to the people who have come to hear her. And that connection is magic.

All tickets $20-30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 11 (Thursday) at 5:30PM

Koh Mr. Saxman and John di Martino Duo

Koh became a professional musician at 15 years old. He then released his solo album called "Mr. Saxman" in 2002. In 2010, Koh was with a new company label called "Chillin' Groove Records" (CGR) to record his 6th studio album "Happy Moment." He once again appointed himself as the director role and his purpose is to release chilling music to his target audiences. John di Martino is a jazz pianist, arranger and producer, based in New York City.

All tickets $30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 14 (Sunday) at 6:00PM

Alon Yavnai Quartet

In 1996, Three years after arriving in the United States, Alon won the first price at the Great American Jazz Piano Competition. After several years living in Boston, where Alon recorded two albums as a leader he moved to New York and toured worldwide with Paquito D'rivera and his Quintet & Jazz Chamber Trio for the next few years. Alon has released several albums as a leader; Among them his big band album featuring the renowned NDR Bigband, for whom he has composed, arranged and recorded over the last decade. Alon's current and ongoing project is ALON & JOCA, his duo collaboration with Singer-songwriter/percussionist Joca Perpignan. In addition to touring worldwide, the duo has just released their new album on Chant Records, featuring the NDR Bigband. With Rafi Malkiel (Trombone), Peter Slavov (Bass) and Francisco Mela (Drums).

All tickets $30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 14 (Sunday) at 7:30PM

New York: Big City Songbook at the Birdland Theater

Birdland Theater is proud to announce that "New York: Big City Songbook," will return to the stage on Sundays, April 14, May 12, June 23, July 14, and August 11. The show stars Birdland favorites Klea Blackhurst, LaTanya Hall, Nicolas King and Jay Leonhart. Why have so many songwriters been compelled to write about New York? What is it about this city that fuels an endless supply of stories? This show offers a kaleidoscopic vision of life in the city, from the inspiring and romantic to the aggravating and the quirky. Created, scripted and hosted by Deborah Grace Winer.

All tickets $30-75, $10 food/drink minimum

April 15 (Monday) at 7:00PM

Jamie deRoy at the Birdland Theater

Jamie deRoy will be bringing her multi-MAC Award-winning Variety Show, Jamie deRoy & friends, and proceeds from the evening will benefit The Actors Fund: Jamie deRoy & friends Cabaret Initiative. Special guests at Jamie deRoy & friends will be Christina Bianco, Mike Birbiglia (The New One), E. Clayton Cornelious (Ain't Too Proud), John Pizzarelli & Jessica Molaskey and Haley Swindal (Chicago, Jekyll and Hyde). This colorful cabaret series has been thrilling New York City audiences for the past 25 years and serves as the basis for deRoy's award-winning cable television show which spotlights well-known entertainers and newcomers that are lighting up the marquees of cabaret, theater, music and comedy.

All tickets $30-60, $10 food/drink minimum

April 15 (Monday) at 8:30PM

Jed Levy Quartet at the Birdland Theater

Saxophonist Jed Levy brings a new quartet to the new Birdland Theater, featuring guitarist Phil Robson, drummer Clarence Penn and bassist Peter Slavov. This new ensemble first assembled for a successful tour of Europe in November 2018 under Phil Robson's name, a tour on which Mr. Levy was given featured billing and contributed half of the original music to the group's repertoire. The original music is innovative and contemporary whilst drawing on the vast tradition of jazz, across the whole spectrum of styles. The emphasis is on strong melodies and grooves and the tunes are vehicles for improvisation, allowing each musician to bring their experience and to make them their own.

All tickets $20-30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 16 (Tuesday) at 7:00PM and 9:45PM

Daryl Sherman at the Birdland Theater

Daryl Sherman has been a part of the New York City jazz/cabaret scene since the mid-70s and she is one of the rare singing pianists equally talented in both roles. Sherman is a unique stylist with charm, quick wit, chemistry with her audiences and ability to make herself at home in any musical setting. With Art Baron (Trombone) and Boots Maleson (Bass).

All tickets $20-30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 16-20 (Tuesday-Saturday) at 8:30PM and 11:00PM

Joao Bosco 'Legend of Brazil'

Direct from Rio, Brazilian singer, composer, and guitarist João Bosco makes a rare New York City appearance with his band: Guto Dellagerici (Bass), Kiko Freitas (Drums) and Ricardo Silveira (Guitar). Early in his career Bosco combined his distinctive guitar style with the sounds of Bossa Nova and American jazz. He teamed up with lyricists Vinicius de Morais and Aldir Blanc and became a star on the Brazilian music scene when his songs were recorded by Elis Regina and others.

All tickets $30-40, $10 food/drink minimum

April 17-20 (Wednesday-Saturday) at 7:00PM

Sheila Jordan at the Birdland Theater

Sheila Jordan's first great influence was Charlie Parker and, indeed, most of her influences have been instrumentalists rather than singers. She made her first recordings in the early 60s; one of these was under her own name, the other was "The Outer View" with George Russell, which featured a famous 10-minute version of "You Are My Sunshine." A 1983 duo set with bassist Harvie Swartz, "Old Time Feeling," comprises several of the standards Jordan regularly features in her live repertoire, while 1990's "Lost And Found" pays tribute to her bebop roots. Both sets display her unique musical trademarks, such as the frequent and unexpected sweeping changes of pitch, which still tend to confound an uninitiated audience. Entirely non-derivative, Jordan is one of only a tiny handful of jazz singers who fully deserve the appellation and for whom no other term will do.

All tickets $30-40, $10 food/drink minimum

April 18 (Thursday) at 5:30PM

Denise Reis

With an impeccably tuned and colorful voice, Denise covers a broad range of styles, from Popular Brazilian Music (MPB) to World Music and Jazz. Since 2014 Denise has taken up residence in New York City where she has regular presentations at well-known venues. With no labels or limiting definitions, it is fair to say that Denise Reis communicates her music in a way that transcends any cultural barrier. Her art is a universal language, in which emotion, technique, perfectionism and sophistication meet each other in harmony.

All tickets $30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 19-20 (Friday-Saturday) at 9:45PM

Michael Wolff Trio at the Birdland Theater

Wolff became a part of pop culture in 1989, when he began a five-year tenure as the musical director of the lively house band on Arsenio Hall's groundbreaking late-night talk show. Wolff is thrilled to be performing and recording again. He's reveling not only in the artistic triumph of Swirl and his new trio, but in his family's continuing success as well. Draper recently wrote, directed and acted in Stella's Last Weekend.

All tickets $20-30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 21 (Sunday) at 6:00PM

Sam Dillon

Native New Yorker, saxophonist, composer and teacher, Sam Dillon has established himself as one of the most in demand musicians of his generation. Sam's prolific soloist and sideman work includes over 20 studio recordings, performances on a global level and international critical acclaim.

All tickets $30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 21 (Sunday) at 7:30PM

The Chelsey Green Berklee Quintet at the Birdland Theater

With performances often described as passionate, vivacious, electrifying, and innovative, Billboard-charting international recording artist Chelsey Green will lead Berklee College of Music's top student instrumentalists performing jazz and R&B compositions. The Chelsey Green Berklee Quintet features String Department faculty Chelsey Green, violin; Lee, Soojung, alto saxophone; Georgios Konstantinou. electric bass; Milosz Berdzik, drums.

All tickets $20-30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 22 (Monday) at 7:00PM

Howard McGillin: Never Been Younger!

This concert will be a trip to the musical fountain of youth with Broadway's King of the Long Runs. Howard McGillin will immerse the audience in the healing waters of the American songbook accompanied by his long-time music director Joseph Thalken. You'll leave feeling refreshed by his dazzling versions of your Broadway favorites. Howard has appeared extensively in leading roles on Broadway and London's West End.

All tickets $30-40, $10 food/drink minimum

April 22 (Monday) at 8:30PM

Wayne Tucker and The Bad Motha's at the Birdland Theater

Wayne Tucker has played with many of today's current Jazz stars including Kurt Elling, Dee Dee Bridgewater and Cyrille Aimee, and Pop stars like Taylor Swift, David Crosby, Elvis Costello, Matt Simons and Ne-Yo. Additionally, he wrote the soundtrack and co-stars in the new film Hotel Bleu alongside longtime Broadway star Julie Halston. Wayne has also performed at clubs and festivals all over the world in places like Italy, France, Germany, Israel Korea, Dominican Republic, and Colombia. With Hila Kulik (Piano), Tanto Shmerling (Bass) and Diego Joaquin Ramirez (Drums).

All tickets $20-30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 23 (Tuesday) at 7:00PM

Celia Berk with Pianist Sean Gough at the Birdland Theater

"Comes Love" introduces Celia Berk in her new collaboration with pianist Sean Gough. Meeting at an intersection between jazz and cabaret, they have created a program of songs about love, including the kinds of hidden gems by great songwriters that have become Celia's trademark. They are joined by Birdland favorite, bassist Steve Doyle.

All tickets $20-30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 23-27 (Tuesday-Saturday) at 8:30PM and 11:00PM

Kurt Rosenwinkel

With a career spanning almost twenty-five years, collaborating with dynamic peers like Brad Mehldau, Brian Blade, Mark Turner, Joshua Redman, Chris Potter; and esteemed jazz elders like Joe Henderson, Paul Motian and Gary Burton, Rosenwinkel's indelible mark in music is the consummation of being steeped in the rich and deep traditions of jazz, springing off of the shoulders of such vital underpinnings to elevate his own art to new heights, evolving the language in a way no other guitarist has since his arrival.

All tickets $40, $10 food/drink minimum

April 23 (Tuesday) at 9:30PM

The Lineup with Susie Mosher at the Birdland Theater

The Lineup with Susie Mosher is a wild, anything-goes variety show featuring entertainers from the Broadway, cabaret and comedy scenes. Actress/singer Mosher hosts the spontaneous extravaganza at 9:30pm on the first and third Tuesday of every month.

All tickets $25, $10 food/drink minimum

April 24-27 (Wednesday-Saturday) at 7:00PM and 9:45PM

Dena DeRose at the Birdland Theater

If she comes to your city and you want to catch the show, go early, because the room is going to be packed. Dena DeRose awes her audiences and music critics with her facility on the piano and her swinging, soothing vocal style. DeRose will be joined with special guests Houston Person (4/24), Jeremy Pelt (4/25) and Ingrid Jensen (4/26).

All tickets $20-30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 25 (Thursday) at 5:30PM

Rob Silverman

Robert Silverman has been playing jazz piano, trumpet, singing and composing for about 47 years. He moved to New York where he did graduate work with Jimmy Heath at Queens College and has been the recipient of many awards including two Meet the Composer Grants and a Brio award in 2013 for Best Jazz Composer for his CD Fractured time. Mr. Silverman has released 12 CDs in NY and works with the elderly population and Alzheimer patients in the Bronx.

All tickets $30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 27 (Saturday) at 5:30PM

Purchase Latin Jazz Orchestra

The Purchase Latin Jazz Orchestra is an exciting ensemble that performs music from all over Latin America. Featuring top students from the Purchase College Conservatory of Music, the PLJO explores numerous genres including Mambo, Cha-Cha, Danzon, Festejo, and Porro. Whether performing classic compositions by the masters or newer works commissioned for the ensemble, seeing and hearing the PLJO is always a memorable occasion. The ensemble is directed by David DeJesus.

All tickets $20-30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 28 (Sunday) at 6:00PM

Ken Peplowski at the Birdland Theater

Ken Peplowski has recorded approximately 50 CDs as a soloist, and close to 400 as a sideman. He travels at least half of every year, playing clubs, concert halls, colleges, and pops concerts. He has headlined the Hollywood Bowl, Carnegie Hall, the Blue Note, and Dizzy's Club amongst many other venues. Ken's CDs on the Capri label, "Noir Blue", "In Search Of", and "Maybe September" were released to great critical acclaim and massive airplay. Peplowski will be joined by special guest John Pizzarelli.

All tickets $30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 28-29 (Sunday at 7:30PM and Monday at 8:30PM)

Off the Top! With Jason Kravits at the Birdland Theater

Whether you recognize him from Broadway or TV, you've never seen Jason Kravits quite like this. Jason invents an entire cabaret, from scratch, right before your eyes. Every song, every lyric, every show-biz anecdote, humblebrag and overshare...made up, on the spot, based on your suggestions. Backed by the most daring band in the business, and featuring very special guests, Jason creates a solo, improvised musical-comedy high-wire act you've got to see to believe. It's the show of a lifetime...every time!

All tickets $25, $10 food/drink minimum

April 29 (Monday) at 7:00PM

Natalie Douglas "Nat Sings Nat: The Songs of Nat King Cole"

With her music director, Mark Hartman and her band of all-star musicians, Natalie will celebrate the artistry, brilliance & singular achievements of this much-adored and very much-missed trailblazer, Nat "King" Cole, including tunes such as "Unforgettable," "Mona Lisa," "Destination Moon" and "Nature Boy."

All tickets $35, $10 food/drink minimum

April 30 (Tuesday) at 7:00PM and 9:45PM

Daniel LeClaire at the Birdland Theater

Daniel LeClaire's brand new show, "The Breakdown," is sure to take you to a place of fun and ease like nowhere else in New York City. Covering some of the greatest popular hits across the decades to now, expect to hear a few of your favorites along with some originals! With Mike Underwood (Drums), Greg McMonagle (Acoustic Guitar), Taylor Ryan (Piano) and Lauren Scott (BGV). Guest singers include Vincent Powell from American Idol (7pm), Alyssa Fox from WICKED and FROZEN (9:45pm) and Lauren Nicole Chapman from FROZEN and KINKY BOOTS (9:45pm).

All tickets $20-30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 30-May 1 (Tuesday-Wednesday) at 8:30PM and 11:00PM

Frank Catalano Quartet

Signed to Chicago's Delmark Records as a teenaged-native-son-protégé of Von Freeman, the now 41-year-old Frank Catalano has become a distinctive improviser, prolific composer, patented inventor, brand ambassador, and unparalleled collector of vintage saxophones. With his distinctive voices, both in speech and on saxophone, Frank exudes infectious enthusiasm.

All tickets $30-40, $10 food/drink minimum

Birdland will also feature the following recurring monthly engagements:

April 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 (Mondays) at 9:30PM

Jim Caruso's Cast Party

Jim Caruso's Cast Party is a wildly popular weekly soiree that brings a sprinkling of Broadway glitz and urbane wit to the legendary Birdland in New York City every Monday night. It's a cool cabaret night-out enlivened by a hilariously impromptu variety show. Showbiz superstars, backed by Steve Doyle on bass, Billy Stritch on piano and Daniel Glass on drums, hit the stage alongside up-and-comers, serving up jaw-dropping music and general razzle-dazzle.

All tickets $30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 3, 10, 17, 24 (Wednesdays) at 5:30PM

David Ostwald's Louis Armstrong Eternity Band

Inspired by the noble jazz pioneers Louis Armstrong, Bix Beiderbecke, Duke Ellington, Jelly Roll Morton and their colleagues, David Ostwald's Louis Armstrong Eternity Band breathes life and passion into America's own great art form. Now in its 17th year of residency at Birdland, the weekly post-workday engagement is the city's best musical bargain! Tuba player David Ostwald leads a rotating lineup that features talents such as clarinetist Anat Cohen, trombonist/vocalist Wycliffe Gordon, pianist Ehud Asherie, drummer Marion Felder and more!

All tickets $30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 5, 12, 19, 26 (Fridays) at 5:30PM

The Birdland Big Band

Founded by drummer and musical director Tommy Igoe, the Birdland Big Band features the finest musicians in New York! Celebrating 10 years at the club, the BBB roars into action every Friday, playing the finest Jazz, Latin and Brazilian music from the world's best arrangers. After work or before a show, drinks or a great dinner, come hear one of the world's best drummers driving the hardest swinging band in New York. Experience why the BBB is the must-see weekly jazz event in New York and kick off your weekend with what critics are calling "the best live music bargain in all of NYC!"

All tickets $30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 6, 13, 20 (Saturdays) at 5:30PM

Eric Comstock

Singer/pianist Eric Comstock has been called "a song's best friend," and the jazz and pop songbooks are in great hands when he is onstage at Birdland. Whether the song is by Rodgers and Hart or Ellington and Strayhorn, Paul Simon or Bob Dylan, you'll hear the lyric as if for the first time. Joining Eric will be eminent bassist/composer Sean Smith -- in all, a perfect winter Saturday supper!

All tickets $30, $10 food/drink minimum

April 7, 14, 21, 28 (Sundays) at 9:00PM and 11:00PM

The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra

Grammy Award winning pianist, composer and educator Arturo O'Farrill -- leader of the "first family of Afro-Cuban Jazz" (NY Times) -- was born in Mexico and grew up in New York City. Son of the late, great composer Chico O'Farrill, Arturo was Educated at Manhattan School of Music, Brooklyn College Conservatory and the Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College. He played piano in Carla Bley's Big Band from 1979 through 1983 and earned a reputation as a soloist in groups led by Dizzy Gillespie, Steve Turre, Freddy Cole, Lester Bowie, Wynton Marsalis and Harry Belafonte.

All tickets $40, $10 food/drink minimum

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