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Bobby Watson with the Curtis Lundy Trio @ Jazz Forum This Weekend!

Bobby Watson with the Curtis Lundy Trio @ Jazz Forum This Weekend!

1 Dixon Lane Tarrytown, New York
(914) 631-1000

This Weekend! (January 11-13)

Friday & Saturday    Jan 11 & 12  |  7 & 9:30 pm

Bobby Watson with the Curtis Lundy Trio

Curtis Lundy is a renowned double bass player, composer, producer, choir

Bobby Watson is a master saxophonist, composer, arranger and educator.  For more than three decades Watson has contributed consistently intelligent, sensitive and beautifully constructed music to the modern-day jazz lexicon.  directorand arranger.  Lundy is arguably one of the most prolific and in-demand bassists on the modern jazz scene.

Watson’s 1986 release, Love Remains (Red), has been awarded the Penguin Guide to Jazz’ highest rating and has been recognized as a recording that every jazz aficionado should own.  Curtis Lundy’s arrangement of “Walk with Me” was sampled by rapper Kanye West and became the Grammy Award-winning hit, “Jesus Walks”.  




One Band for Two Sets

Jan 13  |  4 & 6 pm

Neal Spitzer & Friends

Neal Spitzer is a full-time musician, composer, educator and sound engineer. He has lived and performed in the New York City area since moving here from Boston to attend the New School for Jazz Performance. He is the son of accomplished concert pianist, Rosalie Spitzer, and was often surrounded by composers and musicians in his home while growing up. Neal studied closely with Ricky Ford and Arnie Lawrence while in school, which led to him playing with greats such as Milt Hinton, Stafford James, Houston Person, Jimmy Cobb and Frank Luther.

We are so excited to welcome back the beloved Music Teacher at Tarrytown’s own Washington Irving Middle School to the Jazz Forum for a big show with plenty of original music and many jazz standards to reel you in.  Don’t miss out!



Next Weekend! (January 18-20)

Friday & Saturday    Jan 18 & 19  |  7 & 9:30 pm

Jason Miles Presents “To Grover With Love” feat. Maya Azucena

As a composer, keyboardist, producer and arranger, Grammy winner Jason Miles has brought to every new project he’s undertaken a boundless sense of curiosity and adventure. From extensive collaborations with such giants as Miles Davis, Luther Vandross, Grover Washington Jr., David Sanborn and Marcus Miller, to his own critically acclaimed recordings including To Grover With Love, New York native Miles has always been a restless seeker. He has shifted seamlessly between a multitude of genres, from R&B to pop to Brazilian music and even children’s music and country and, of course, several different strains of jazz, from Latin to fusion.?

Maya Azucena, a multi-award winning recording artist and magnetically inspirational woman, is known for making music that uplifts the soul. Born & raised in Brooklyn, she travels the world empowering others through her songs. Ms. Azucena also garnered a Grammy Certificate for contributing her 4-octave range and soul-stylings to a feature performance with Stephen Marley on his album “Mind Control,” which won Grammy for Best Reggae Album.



One Band for Two Sets

Jan 20  |  4 & 6 pm

David Weiss Sextet

“Music by people with passion and individuality as well as chops, it offers rich pickings and is strongly recommended.” – Jazz Review

“The harmonic shadings in the music are beautiful and David Weiss contributes some trumpet soloing that could melt your heart…” – Jazz Improv

Jazz trumpeter, arranger and producer David Weiss’s mission has always been to move jazz forward. During the 90’s, he founded The New Jazz Composers Octet, a group dedicated to innovation in jazz. In 2000, Weiss formed a second group, the David Weiss Sextet, to explore new compositional concepts and styles he was developing that did not fit the sound of the octet. In the past few years, Weiss has formed three new ensembles, all quite different and with their own unique sound. See the David Weiss Sextet on January 20 at the Jazz Forum!



Art Gallery

The Jazz Forum show features works by Jane Soodalter and Brian Madden. The gallery is open during weekend club hours and by appointment.

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