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T.S. Monk Sextet, Steve Sandberg feat. Zach Brock @ Jazz Forum! 🎶

T.S. Monk Sextet, Steve Sandberg feat. Zach Brock @ Jazz Forum! 🎶

1 Dixon Lane Tarrytown, New York
(914) 631 1000

This Thursday! Feb 14  |  7 pm

Fluid, intimate and spontaneous, the trio of vocalist Melissa Stylianou, guitar legend Gene Bertoncini and bassist Ike Sturm interpret standards with an engaging, swinging spirit. Celebrate Valentine’s Day with great food, drinks and fantastic music at the Jazz Forum!


This Weekend • February 15-17

Friday & Saturday    Feb 15 & 16  |  7 & 9:30 pm

T.S. Monk Sextet

Percussionist T.S. Monk was born into the world of jazz. As the son of Thelonious Monk, his home was the gathering place for musicians such as Art Blakey, John Coltrane, Miles Davis and Max Roach, who gave him his first pair of drumsticks. An accomplished musician, Monk has charted his own course as a composer, arranger and melodic drummer. In 1986, he established the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz. His work with the institute inspired the drummer to return to jazz.

He played in Clifford Jordan’s big band and with Walter Davis before putting together his own sextet, which has had stable personnel since the late ’80s. See the T.S. Monk Sextet featuring Joe Ford, alto, Brandon McCune, piano, Willie Williams, tenor, Chris Berger, bass, Randall Haywood, trumpet and April May Webb, vocals on February 15 & 16 at the Jazz Forum!



Sunday    Feb 17  |  4 & 6 pm

Steve Sandberg Quartet
featuring Snarky Puppy bandmember, Zach Brock, violin 

Three-time Emmy-nominated composer/pianist Steve Sandberg plays original music that masterfully blends classical, world music and jazz with the excitement of virtuosic improvisation. The Steve Sandberg Quartet made its debut in 2016 with a sold-out concert at New York City’s DiMenna Center. The group grew out of Mr. Sandberg’s desire to merge his lifelong study of classical Western music with his passion for jazz, Latin, and world music.

The concerts mix performances from the solo piano repertoire (Chopin, Ravel, Bartok, Liszt), with the quartet’s soaring improvisations on originals that are based on these pieces and also draw from Latin, African, Balkan, and East Indian traditions. Attending to their shows has been described as “listening to ‘music from a country I’ve never been to but always wanted to visit.”



Next Weekend • February 22 – 24

Friday & Saturday    Feb 22 & 23  |  7 & 9:30 pm

Quincy Jones Productions Presents Justin Kauflin Quartet

Justin Kauflin is an award-winning American jazz pianist, composer, producer, educator and Quincy Jones Artist. He performs worldwide, has recorded on 31 albums, composed the film score for critically acclaimed documentary Keep On Keepin On, published 29 original compositions and produced 4 albums as leaderAfter losing total vision by age 11 and a decade of classical violin and piano, Kauflin switched to jazz piano in high school at the Governor’s School for Performing Arts.

He began performing jazz professionally at age 15, most notably with the Jae Sinnett Trio. In 2004, Justin attended William Paterson University in New Jersey where he was taken under the wings of legendary trumpeter, Clark Terry and became a member of the Clark Terry Ensemble. He graduated summa cum laude, moved to NYC, and at age 23 produced, led, composed and performed on his debut CD, Introducing Justin Kauflin.



Sunday   Feb 24  |  4 & 6 pm

Mark Morganelli & The Jazz Forum All-Stars
“Brasil!” CD Release

Join flugelhornist Mark Morganelli & The Jazz Forum All-Stars featuring Eddie Monteiro, Abelita Mateus, Vic Juris, Graciliano Zambonin plus special guests for the Brasil! Double-CD Release celebration!

“As a master musician, Mark Morganelli has used his gifts as a soloistbandleader and tour guide to bring you to Brasil and Brasil to you, with this classic new album of musical gems. Each song is a treasure. Listen to it over and over (I have done so five times already) Your kids will love it too!” – David Amram



March 1 – 3

Friday & Saturday    Mar 1 & 2  |  7 & 9:30 pm

Nilson Matta & Brazilian Voyage – 70th Birthday Celebration!

Nilson Matta is a Brazilian bassist and composer. His first release on Motéma Music was 2011’s Mojave, on which he joined forces with guitarist Roni Ben Hur for an outing that was lauded by Jazz Times for its “smart and sophisticated interplay.” In 2012, he reunited with pianist Helio Alves and drummer Duduka da Fonseca in The Brazilian Trio, for the critically acclaimed Constelaçao, the follow-up to the group’s 2008 Grammy®-nominated CD, Forests. Allmusic.com called the album “A highlight of Brazilian jazz,” and Musica Brasileira raved about its “awe-inspiring arrangements and performances.”

Don’t miss Nilson Matta & Brazilian Voyage at the Jazz Forum featuring special guest trumpeter Brian Lynch, with Fabiana Masili, vocals (Friday), Dave Stryker, guitar (Saturday), Dario Eskanazi, piano, Marcello Pelleteri, drums and Nilson Matta, bass, acoustic guitar and percussion.



Sunday    Mar 3  |  4 & 6 pm

Roseanna Vitro salutes Sarah, Carmen, Ella & Joe with David Janeway Trio

Roseanna Elizabeth Vitro is a jazz singer and teacher from Arkansas. In 2012 she received a Grammy nomination for Best Vocal Jazz Album for The Music of Randy Newman.

Her work with young singers has helped launch jazz’s next generation, while her writings and interviews in Jazz Times – bannered as Voices In Jazz – illuminate the magic (and hard work) behind the greatest vocalists of our times. Additionally, her website-blog JVoice reaches a global audience of vocalists and those who support the art of singing.

Roseanna Vitro will salute Sarah, Carmen, Ella & Joe with the David Janeway Trio featuring Cameron Brown & Tony Jefferson at Jazz Forum, Sun, March 3 at 4 & 6 pm.



Sunday, March 3rd
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! Led by pianist David Janeway and his Trio.

$10 to listen or $5 to play
Tickets available at the door

Art Gallery • New Exhibit

Images of Jazz

The Jazz Forum Spring 2019 Art Exhibit will feature photographs, drawings and collages of notable jazz artists by Andres Chapparo, Ken Frankling, Omar Kharem, Mitchell Seidel and Alice Soyer.

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