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Don’t Miss Eddie Palmieri Trio @ Jazz Forum!

Don't Miss Eddie Palmieri Trio @ Jazz Forum!

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

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Happy New Year!

This Weekend: Jan 3 – 5

Eddie Palmieri Trio

FRI & SAT • JAN 3 & 4
7 & 9:30 PM


Tickets Selling Fast!
Saturday Shows Sold Out

From his groundbreaking, influential 1970 Harlem River Drive LP through today, master pianist Eddie Palmieri has expertly blended diverse influences — the rhythm of his Puerto Rican heritage with the complexity of his jazz inspirations Thelonious Monk, Herbie Hancock and McCoy Tyner — to earn 10 Grammys, Smithsonian National Icon honors, the Eubie Blake Award, the NEA Jazz Master Award and a lifetime Latin Grammy Award. Don’t miss his trio in Tarrytown.

Vanessa Falabella

SUN • Jan 5
4 & 6 PM

Vanessa Falabella’s passionately expressive voice captures the wonders, woes and mysteries of love in two languages – Portuguese from her homeland, and English. Voted Best Brazilian Singer in the US by Brazil’s press, her articulate creamy mezzo was called “the perfect vehicle” for the music on her critically acclaimed 2018 album Loving Whisper, for which she wrote half the songs. The World Music Report raved she “has always been an artist of the first order.”

Next Session: This Sunday, Jan 5

8-10 PM

Come and play with professional, avocational and student musicians. If you just want to hear who’s coming up on the scene, come swing by!

$10 to Listen or $5 to Play

Tickets Only Available at the Door

Next Weekend: Jan 10 – 12

Camille Bertault – Direct From Paris

FRI & SAT • JAN 10 & 11
7 & 9:30 PM

Vanity Fair calls her “The new voice of jazz” and you haven’t heard anything until you’ve heard Camille Bertault. Perhaps jazz’s first internet sensation, Camille’s videos of her uncanny scatting her own French lyrics to standards like John Coltrane’s “Giant Steps” went viral five years ago.  Since then, she’s cut two albums, incorporating her early training in classical and opera plus pop influences with a creative purity that demands to be heard.

Camille Bertault Duo (1/10) featuring Leo Genovese, piano; (1/11) Diego Figueiredo, guitar.

Mauricio de Souza & Bossa Brasil

SUN • JAN 12
4 & 6 PM

Born in Brasilia where he began his musical studies, Mauricio de Souza began studying under legendary drummer Joe Morello as a teenager and, after graduating college, moved to New Jersey to continue that relationship. Today, de Souza is an in-demand sideman and a leader of both straight-ahead jazz Brazilian combos. His latest recording, the album Five Roads, has garnered wide acclaim for his ability to, as one critic wrote, “keep the sauces simmering.”

Following Weekend: Jan 17 – 19

Willie Jones III Quintet

FRI & SAT • JAN 17 & 18
7 & 9:30 PM

Fresh off touring with Wynton Marsalis’s Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, Willie Jones III brings his swinging straight ahead quintet to Tarrytown. Having played with a who’s-who of jazz giants (Milt Jackson, Horace Silver and Roy Hargrove among them) and on Arturo Sandoval’s Grammy-winning album, Willie’s own group over the past 20 years specializes in hard bop “finger-poppin’,” he told Downbeat, “That’s what I was raised in. I breathe it.”

Featuring Eddie Henderson, trumpet, Justin Robinson, alto, Rick Germanson, piano and Gerald Cannon, bass.

Valtinho Anastacio’s “World”

Brazilian World Percussion & Voice

SUN • JAN 19
4 & 6 PM

Inspired by the Sao Paolo streets on which he grew up, Valtinho Anastacio mastered the congas, the pandeiro, the berimbau, the agogos, the abes, the caixas and more. Combining his magical percussion with a voice often inspired by the sounds of nature – called by Elis Regina “one of the most important voices in Brazil” — Valtinho creates infinite tones and textures evoking the wild energy of his homeland. Don’t miss this amazing show.

Claudio Roditi Needs Our Help!

Brazilian Trumpet & Flugelhorn Master, Claudio Roditi has been valiantly addressing several health challenges, including prostate cancer in recent months and would really appreciate any financial assistance from the music community.

Bassist John Lee has set up a Go Fund Me campaign, and we encourage all concerned folks to consider contributing to help offset Claudio’s tremendous medical expenses as he continues to fight to restore his health. 

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