Specializing in Media Campaigns for the Music Community, Artists, Labels, Venues and Events

Love Sax? See Tenor Gladness with George Garzone & Jerry Bergonzi!

Love Sax? See Tenor Gladness with George Garzone & Jerry Bergonzi!

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

Buy tickets at jazzforumarts.org today!

This Weekend: Feb 7 – Feb 9

Tenor Gladness! George Garzone & Jerry Bergonzi Quintet

FRI & SAT • FEB 7 & Feb 8
7 & 9:30 PM

A double-barreled sax attack forms the front line of this exciting Boston-area quintet. Jerry Bergonzi burst on the scene playing with Dave Brubeck in the 1970s and Jazz Times calls him “One of America’s premier living tenor saxophonists.” George Garzone, longtime member of the innovative jazz trio The Fringe while also backing countless pop acts like The Temptations, earned praise from The New Yorker as “a beacon of hard-won virtuosity.” Their ensemble work and solos are sure to amaze.

Rodrigo Nassif Trio

4 & 6 PM

Hailing from Southern Brazil – territory disputed long ago by Spanish and Portuguese colonialists – guitarist/pianist Rodrigo Nassif is considered the national standard of contemporary instrumental music. His unique style blends those twin influences of his homeland, and critics have called it “jazzmilonga,” mixing jazz, folk, rock and classical elements. His first three solo albums earned critical praise and his first quartet record rocketed to the top of Brazil’s ITunes chart.

Next Weekend: Feb 14 – Feb 16

Sherma Andrews

FRI & SAT • FEB 14 & Feb 15
7 & 9:30 PM

It’s a Valentine’s Day Special with Sherma Andrews and her band, but this is no ordinary Valentine’s Day Show. A graduate and faculty member of Berklee College of Music in Boston who has shared the stage with the likes of Branford Marsalis, Sherma’s perfect pitch, her vast repertoire of Jazz songs and her ability to mesmerize the audience will take you on a romantic journey.

Victor Jones Quartet

SUN • FEB 16
4 & 6 PM

What do jazz legends Stan Getz, Woody Shaw, James Moody, Wynton Marsalis and Michael Petrucciani have in common? Victor Jones has been their drummer, as he has for countless top musicians. Featured on over 200 recordings and film soundtracks, the innovative Victor is not afraid to bring together different styles and sounds. In recent years, he’s led his own group and, as Time Out wrote, “Nothing Jones does is ever boring.”

Following Weekend: Feb 21 – Feb 23

T.S. Monk Sextet

FRI & SAT • FEB 21 & Feb 22
7 & 9:30 PM

You can’t name a jazz drummer with better roots: T.S. Monk’s father was the legendary Thelonious, Art Blakey gave T.S. his first drum set, Max Roach gave him lessons and he began his career as his father’s drummer. His 1997 record “Monk on Monk,” interpreting Thelonious’s unmatched compositions won major awards and his live dates playing them and his own works are always dazzling events.

Kerry Politzer Brazilian Jazz Quartet Tribute to Durval Ferreira

SUN • FEB 23
4 & 6 PM

Bossa Nova would be unthinkable without the contributions of composer/guitarist Durval Ferreira whose beloved melodies were made famous by Sarah Vaughan, Sergio Mendes, Stan Getz, Herbie Mann, Cannonball Adderley and others. Pianist-composer Kerry Politzer’s Quartet pays tribute to Ferreira in this show as she does on her new album Diagonal that All About Jazz says “perfectly captures the seductive spirit of classic Bossa Nova and the bebop-grounded vibe of honest Samba Jazz.”

Special Event: Saturday, Feb 22 @ SOB’s

Presenting Sponsor

Co-Sponsored by

Partner Organization

Copyright © 2020 Jazz Promo Services, All rights reserved.

Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list.

Leave a Reply

Call Now Button