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Jason Miles Presents “To Grover With Love” feat. Maya Azucena @ Jazz Forum!

Jason Miles Presents "To Grover With Love" feat. Maya Azucena @ Jazz Forum!

1 Dixon Lane Tarrytown, New York
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This 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!



Next Weekend! (January 25-27)

Friday & Saturday    Jan 25 & 26  |  7 & 9:30 pm

Eric Alexander Quartet
Eric Alexander has appeared on record as a leader, sideman, producer, and composer. He has earned praise from critics and, even more important, established his own voice within the bebop tradition. In 2004, Eric signed an exclusive contract with HighNote Records, an independent jazz label based in New York City. There he has amassed a considerable discography of critically acclaimed recordings. Most recent among them is “Don’t Follow the Crowd,” and “Friendly Fire” with Vincent Herring. The Eric Alexander Quartet has toured extensively around the world and has released seven recordings on the Milestone and Alfa (Japan) labels. See the Eric Alexander Quartet on January 25 & 26 at the Jazz Forum!



One Band for Two Sets

Jan 27  |  4 & 6 pm

Empathia Duo 
Paul Ricci & Mafalda Minnozzi
+ Rogerio Boccato 

Italian born singer Mafalda Minnozzi has an impressive recording career predominantly in Brazil where for over 20 years she has made a name for herself as a musician. Paul Ricci is a New York guitarist who, together with Mafalda Minnozzi as the Empathia Duo, is able to present a combination of cultures and influences that truly grasps the attention of their audience.

In 2016, A Proposito de Jazz referred to Mafalda Minnozzi as “a truly cosmopolitan artist who sings in various idioms with full command of each and with extreme creativity.”



RiverArts in Association with Jazz Forum Arts

Comedy! Stories! Superconductors!
An evening of Standup and Conversation with Ophira Eisenberg and Comedian/Physicist Saad Sarwana

Take an evening with Standup, Storyteller, Author and NPR Host Ophira Eisenberg. Then take a night with Pakistani-American Physicist and standup comedian, Saad Sarwana. Shove them in a particle accelerator and collide them at the speed of light. What do you get? We don’t know because it would kill them and open a black hole. But here’s the next best thing – how about an evening with both of them, making a crowd of comedy nerds and science geeks laugh, think, feel and have an otherwise amazing time. And cap it off with a discussion on the art (and science) of comedy (and science) hosted by improv veteran Ed Herbstman (The Big Sick, 2Some, Magnet Theater).

Monday, January 21   7:30 PM

Location: Jazz Forum

$20 in advance/$25 at the door


Art Gallery


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

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