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Marsha Heydt and the Project of Love at the Garage Wednesday, July 21

July 18, 2010

  To: Listings/Critics/Features
From: Jazz Promo Services
Press Contact: Jim Eigo,


Marsha Heydt and the Project of Love

Marsha Heydt Alto,Soprano Saxophone and Flute
Norman Pors  Keyboard
Trifon Dimitrov Electric and Acoustic  Bass
Rossen Nedelchev Drums
Renato Thoms Percussion

99 Seventh Ave. South, New York , NY 10014
Subways: Take the 1 train to Christopher St. / Sheridan Square.  Alternatively, take the ABCDEF trains to West 4th Street and walk to 7th Avenue.
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
10:30PM TO 2:30 AM


Marsha Heydt is an accomplished woodwind player whose stylistic expertise spans the gamut of Latin, Funk, Jazz and Rock.  In addition to her Bachelor of Music from the University of the Arts, she holds a Masters in Music Education from the Aaron Copland School of Music.

  She has studied privately with Ron Kerber, John Blake, Larry McKenna, Jim Pugh, John Stubblefield and Sir Roland Hanna.  In June 2002, the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music’s Professional development Fund awarded her a grant to study with the renowned Jimmie Amadie. She is mentored on sax and flute by Eric Person and teaches at various prestigious private schools and music conservatories in New York City.  

  Marsha has shared the stage with Grover Washington, Bill Watrous, Bob Mintzer, Randy Brecker, John Stubblefield, George Gee and his “Make Believe Ballroom Orchestra” and with Paul Schaefer in a guest appearance on The David Letterman Show and has appeared at Gerald Veasley’s Jazz Bass in Reading, PA.

  Marsha also plays with her own ensemble, in and around New York City performing in both private and public venues, including the Iridium Jazz Club and Swing 46.  She also performs each month for recovering patients at NYU Hospital’s Rusk Institute.

  Marsha is both thrilled and grateful to share her debut CD, One Night with you.


“I was blown away by her emotive playing and her instincts as an arranger/composer——Heads and shoulders above the projects more seasoned artists are turning out today—-A rising young star”  Joe Montague Jazz Review.com

“A flat out reed savant—–Her style is poppy—-Pastel, assertive and authoritative—-There’s a certain yearning quality implicit in her playing—–That combines all the right stuff—–She’s a keeper”  George W. Carroll Ejazz News.com

“A very impressive album—-The music grooves—-“Good Feelin’” is one of her original songs and I could easily see other saxophonists and musicians adapting and embracing her work—One can only hope she will continue to tantalize and play with a passion—-And solidify her position as one of the great musicians of JAZZ” Author: John Book Music For America

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