Jazz Forum Arts Presents MILTON NASCIMENTO
Exclusive NY Area Appearance! Friday, June 24 at 7pm Rose Theater
Featured Event Of The Inaugural
Friday, June 24 at 7pm at Rose Theater,
Frederick P. Rose Hall,
Home of Jazz at Lincoln Center
Broadway at 60th Street, New York City
JAZZ FORUM ARTS IS PROUD TO PRESENT THE EXCLUSIVE NEW YORK APPEARANCE OF THE GREAT MILTON NASCIMENTO!
TICKETS GOING FAST!
Multitalented Milton Nascimento is frequently acclaimed as Brazil’s greatest musician. His haunting voice is often described in terms of
something from heaven, “an agonizingly pure tenor that often slips into an ethereal falsetto,” Larry Rohter wrote in the New York Times.
He has collaborated with and inspired numerous Latin American musicians, and has won the admiration of diverse American
Info & Tickets:
Jazz at Lincoln Center Box Office
Broadway at 60th Street, Ground Floor
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SMOOTH CRUISES in NYC!!
|SMOOTH CRUISES RETURN! Courtesy of partner organization MARQUEE CONCERTS
The Smooth Cruise Series Returns!
2 Shows Every Wednesday
from 6/29 – 8/31
Next Wednesday night, catch the incomparable
Jonathan Butler Smooth Cruise
The 2011 Season Includes: Jonathan Butler
Jazz Attack – Gerald Albright, Peter White & Rick Braun
The Rippingtons feat. Russ Freeman
Kirk Whalum & Jeff Golub
Norman Brown & Richard Elliot
Pieces of a Dream Click Here for full schedule & details
|DAVE BRUBECK QUARTET!!!Friday, Nov. 4 at 8pm, Tarrytown Music Hall
Jazz Forum Arts proudly presents
the return of the acclaimed DAVE BRUBECK QUARTET
Fri., Nov. 4 at 8pm, Tarrytown Music Hall
For those of you that were at Dave’s 90th Birthday Concert in December, you know how great this group is to experience Live! Everybody else – Come join us for this historic return engagement! Tickets: 877-840-0457 or http://www.tarrytownmusichall.org
|Jazz Forum Arts FREE Summer Concerts ContinueWed., June 22 at Waterfront Park, Dobbs Ferry, NY 6:30-8pm FREE!!!
Wednesday, June 22
Sheila Jordan Quartet
Born in Detroit and raised in poverty in Pennsylvania’s coal-mining country, Jordan began singing as a child and
by the time she was in her early teens was working semi-professionally in Detroit clubs. Her first great influence was Charlie Parker and most of her influences have been instrumentalists. She was a member of a vocal trio,
Skeeter, Mitch And Jean (she was Jean), who sang versions of Parker’s solos in a manner akin to that of the later Lambert, Hendricks And Ross.
After moving to New York in the early 50s, she married Parker’s pianist, Duke Jordan, and studied with Lennie
Tristano, but it was not until the early 60s that she made her first recordings. “The Outer View” with George Russell,
featured a famous 10-minute version of “You Are My Sunshine”.
In the mid-60s her work encompassed jazz liturgies and
extensive club work, and by the late 70s jazz audiences had
begun to understand her uncompromising style a little more
and her popularity increased – as did her appearances on record, which included albums with pianist Steve Kuhn and others. A 1983 duo set with bassist Harvie Swartz, “Old Time Feeling”, comprises several of the standards Jordan
regularly features in her live repertoire, while 1990’s “Lost And Found” pays tribute to her bebop roots. Her
preference for the bass and voice setting led to another remarkable collaboration with bassist Cameron Brown. They are joined on Wednesday by Jay Azzolina & Tony Jefferson.
12th Annual Dobbs Ferry Summer Music Series
Presented by Jazz Forum Arts, in association with the Village Of Dobbs Ferry. Sponsored by CHASE. Co-Sponsored by Rivertowns Square, Dobbs Ferry, Saber Real Estate Advisors, Lincoln Property Company, North American Refinery, with additional support from NYSCA, Arts Westchester, RiverArts, Rivertowns Guide, Latin Percussion
INFO: 914-631-1000 orwww.jazzforumarts.org
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