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See the Julius Rodriguez Quintet @ Jazz Forum! 🎹

See the Julius Rodriguez Quintet @ Jazz Forum! 🎹
1 Dixon Lane Tarrytown, New York
(914) 631-1000
http://jazzforumarts.org/tickets
This Weekend! (February 1-3)
Friday & Saturday    Feb 1 & 2  |  7 & 9:30 pm

Julius Rodriguez Quintet
An all-star quintet of young lions brings you the fresh sound of jazz's up and coming talents. Julius' budding career boasts shows at well-known venues such as Jazz At Lincoln Center, Jazz Standard, and Smalls Jazz Club and performances with recognizable names including Javon Jackson, James Morrison, Wynton Marsalis, and Jazzmeia Horn. See the Julius Rodriguez Quintet feat. Giveton Gelin, trumpet, Philip Norris, bass, Brian Richburg, drums, and Alina Engibaryn, vocals at the Jazz Forum!

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SUNDAY, FEB 3: CLOSED
Next Weekend! (February 8-10)
Friday & Saturday    Feb 8 & 9  |  7 & 9:30 pm

Matt Wilson's Honey & Salt
Few musicians embody the spontaneous energy of jazz like Matt Wilson. The New York-based drummer combines buoyant zeal, idiosyncratic style, infectious humor, joyous swing and an indomitable spirit of surprise. Wilson has released thirteen albums as a leader. His latest recording, Honey And Salt (Music Inspired By The Poetry Of Carl Sandburg), was recognized on over thirty worldwide “Best of 2017” lists, including Top Ten in the National Public Radio Critics Poll, JazzTimesIrish TimesBoston GlobeJazziz and All About Jazz. The album received a coveted 5-star review (masterpiece) in DownBeat. See Matt Wilson's Honey & Salt feat. Dawn Thomson, guitar & vocals, Nadje Noordhuis, trumpet, Jeff Lederer, reeds, and Martin Wind, bass at the Jazz Forum!

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NOTE:  NEW SUNDAY SCHEDULE!
One Band for Two Sets

Feb 10  |  4 & 6 pm

Michael Weiss Trio feat. Paul Gill & Mark Taylor
"...one of the most dynamic young pianists in jazz," by the Chicago Tribune.

Pianist Michael Weiss, grand prize winner of the 2000 BMI/Thelonious Monk Institute Composers Competition, has established a formidable reputation working with Johnny Griffin, Art Farmer and Wynton Marsalis. In addition to his demand as a sideman, Weiss' role as bandleader, recording artist, composer, arranger and educator have earned him accolades from both audiences and critics.

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Thursday  Feb 14  |  7 pm
Fluid, intimate and spontaneous, the trio of vocalist Melissa Stylianou, guitar legend Gene Bertoncini and bassist Ike Sturm interpret standards with an engaging, swinging spirit. Celebrate Valentine's Day with great food, drinks and fantastic music at the Jazz Forum!
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(February 15-17)
Friday & Saturday    Feb 15 & 16  |  7 & 9:30 pm

T.S. Monk Sextet
Percussionist T.S. Monk was born into the world of jazz. As the son of Thelonious Monk, his home was the gathering place for musicians such as Art Blakey, John Coltrane, Miles Davis and Max Roach, who gave him his first pair of drumsticks. An accomplished musician, Monk has charted his own course as a composer, arranger and melodic drummer. In 1986, he established the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz. His work with the institute inspired the drummer to return to jazz. He played in Clifford Jordan's big band and with Walter Davis before putting together his own sextet, which has had stable personnel since the late '80s. See the T.S. Monk Sextet on February 15 & 16 at the Jazz Forum!

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NOTE:  NEW SUNDAY SCHEDULE!
One Band for Two Sets

Feb 17  |  4 & 6 pm

Steve Sandberg Quartet
feat. Zach Brock, violin 
Three-time Emmy-nominated composer/pianist Steve Sandberg plays original music that masterfully blends classical, world music and jazz with the excitement of virtuosic improvisation. The Steve Sandberg Quartet made its debut in 2016 with a sold-out concert at New York City’s DiMenna Center. The group grew out of Mr. Sandberg’s desire to merge his lifelong study of classical Western music with his passion for jazz, Latin, and world music. The concerts mix performances from the solo piano repertoire (Chopin, Ravel, Bartok, Liszt), with the quartet’s soaring improvisations on originals that are based on these pieces and also draw from Latin, African, Balkan, and East Indian traditions. Attending to their shows has been described as “listening to ‘music from a country I’ve never been to but always wanted to visit."

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Art Gallery
New Exhibit: Images of Jazz
The Jazz Forum Spring 2019 Art Exhibit will feature photographs, drawings and collages of notable jazz artists. 

Premieres this weekend (February 1 & 2) at the Jazz Forum!
More details to come.
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