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Donald Harrison Quartet @ Jazz Forum!

Donald Harrison Quartet @ Jazz Forum!

Westchester’s Only Dedicated Jazz Club
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1 Dixon Lane Tarrytown, NY • (914) 631-1000

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This Weekend • August 9 – 11

Direct from New Orleans! Donald Harrison Quartet

FRI & SAT • AUG 9 & 10
7 & 9:30 PM

New Orleans alto saxophonist Donald Harrison first came to prominence as a member of Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers in the early ’80’s, followed by critical acclaim co-leading a group with trumpeter Terence Blanchard that recorded for Columbia Records. Harrison collaborated with Dr. John and others on “Indian Blues” and then innovated a style known as “Nouveau Swing.”

See the Donald Harrison Quartet featuring Zaccai Curtis, piano, John Benitez, bass, and Joe Dyson, drums!

Ray Blue Quartet Feat. Kirk Lightsey

SUN • AUG 11
4 & 6 PM

Ray Blue’s music can be described as a fusion of straight ahead jazz and rhythmic groove. Ray is a New York bred saxophonist, composer, arranger and educator who performs internationally. After receiving a graduate degree from the University of Iowa, Ray returned to New York, got re-connected on the scene and studied at the JazzMobile with Charles Davis, Stanton Davis and later with Paul Jeffrey, Charlie Lagond, Sonny Sharrock and Barry Harris.

Next Weekend • August 16 – 18

Jon Faddis Quartet

FRI & SAT • AUG 16 & 17
7 & 9:30 PM

Jon Faddis is a Grammy Award–nominated jazz trumpet player, conductor, composer and educator. Born in Oakland, California, he began playing the trumpet at age eight, inspired by seeing Louis Armstrong on the Ed Sullivan Show. Faddis has directed several orchestras, including the Grammy-winning United Nation Orchestra and the Jon Faddis Jazz Orchestra of New York.

Featuring Jon Faddis, Trumpet and Leader, Andrew Latona, Guitar, Mikey Migliore, Bass & Rodney Green, Drums.

Legendary Organist Reuben Wilson Trio

SUN • AUG 18
4 & 6 PM

B3 great Reuben Wilson comes to Jazz Forum leading a soulful organ trio. His biggest hit was 1975’s “Gotta Get Your Own.” Rediscovered by a new generation, his music became a cornerstone of the acid jazz movement breathing new life into this important artist and he hasn’t slowed down since. Get ready to get your groove on with this master of the Hammond B3 organ.

Following Weekend • August 23 – 25

Julius Rodriguez Quintet

FRI & SAT • AUG 23 & 24
7 & 9:30 PM

An all-star quintet of young lions brings you the fresh sound of jazz’s up and coming talents. The leader, and a Westchester native, Julius Rodriguez, has already been making a name for himself in the New York City jazz scene. 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, Carmen Lundy and Jazzmeia Horn.

The band features Giveton Gelin on trumpet, Morgan Guerin on tenor saxophone and EWI, Daryl Johns on Bass, Jonathan Barber on drums, and Julius on piano and keyboards. They will be playing arrangements and original compositions by millennial jazz artists from around the world. 

Michael Feinberg Quintet

SUN • AUG 25
4 & 6 PM

Hailed as a “musical prodigy turned evil genius” (spinner) bassist Michael Feinberg has quickly “become one of the premier young artists on the New York scene” (Jazz Inside Magazine). Raised in Atlanta, Ga. Feinberg began his music career on the bandstand as a member of Grammy-nominated trumpeter Russell Gunn’s quartet.

Feinberg is the winner of the Six String Theory Rhythm Section Contest 2012, recipient of 2010 Downbeat Student Music Award, headliner of the 2010 sxsw festival, resident at 2008 Betty Carter Jazz Ahead, and semi finalist in the 2007 International Songwriting Competition for performance and jazz composition.

Ongoing Art Exhibit

What is Real

Art on display during shows.
We also offer private viewings.

We are happy to present our Summer 2019 Art Exhibit at the club, with all pieces available for sale with proceeds going to the artists and Jazz Forum Arts.

Art by Ellen Hopkins Fountain, Gabrielle Burger, Helen Elliott and Vicente Saavedra.


Vic Juris Needs Our Help!

Our dear friend Vic Juris is one of the most talented and versatile musicians on the planet. He’s also one of the finest educators out here and has positively impacted the musical lives and careers of thousands.


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