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Toninho Horta, Ronnie Cuber, Rogerio Souza @ Jazz Forum this weekend!

Toninho Horta, Ronnie Cuber, Rogerio Souza @ Jazz Forum this weekend!

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


This Weekend!
Toninho Horta & Ronnie Cuber

Bill O’Connell, Mark Egan, Danny & Beth Gottlieb

Brazilian Guitar Legend, Toninho Horta makes a rare stateside appearance, joined by bari sax master Ronnie Cuber, pianist Bill O’Connell, bassist Mark Egan, drummer Danny Gottlieb and percussionist Beth Gottlieb. Toninho Horta comes from the State of Minas Gerais in Brazil, the same place which gave us Milton Nascimento. Some of the most notable songs recorded by Nascimento are Horta’s compositions, including “Beijo Partido” on Nascimento’s album “Minas”. Don’t miss this one!


Friday Nov. 3rd & Saturday Nov. 4th
7pm & 9pm shows


Theo Croker Quartet

Trumpeter Theo Croker has spent his professional career
travelling around the world (all the way to Shanghai, China) learning about the different elements and colors in Jazz. He’s a student of Donald Byrd, who has celebrated his unique ability and understanding of music. He’s worked closely with vocalist Dee Dee Bridgewater, who produced and played on his record, as well as Roy Hargrove, Stefon Harris, and Dave Gilmore. His blend of musical genres such as Jazz, Funk, R&B among other genres has greatly contributed to the effort of musicians to expand their craft. 

Friday Nov. 10th & Saturday Nov. 11th
7pm & 9pm shows


David Amram 87th Birthday Bash!

Multi-Instrumentalist, Composer, Bop Raconteur and Renaissance Man David Amram celebrates his 87th Birthday (Nov 17!) all weekend at the Jazz Forum, performing with his group featuring Vic Juris, guitar, Rene Hart, bass, Kevin Twigg, drums, Adam Amram, congas and special guests Earl McIntyre, trombone and Renee Manning, vocals plus surprise guests! David Amram was the first composer-in-residence for the N.Y. Philharmonic, chosen by Leonard Bernstein in 1966, and composed the scores for Splendor In The Grass, The Manchurian Candidate and many more. He has toured the world, spreading love, music and inspiration to so many – and we are thrilled to celebrate with him and his stellar group here in Tarrytown! Click this link to enjoy a video from the Pre-Opening of our Jazz Forum, celebrating David Amram’s 85th Birthday two years ago!

Friday Nov. 17th & Saturday Nov. 18th
7pm & 9pm shows


Brazilian Music Sundays!

This Sunday, Direct From Brazil!
Rogerio Souza Quartet

Rogerio Souza is an award-winning traditional Brazilian guitarist, composer, arranger, and teacher. He has recorded with other top Brazilian artists such as Baden Powell, Sivuca, and the Choro-group Época De Ouro. He has performed at prestigious venues around the world, including the Festival Villa Lobos in Brazil, the International Jazz Festival in Denmark, and the Stadgarden Festival in Germany.

Sunday, Nov. 5th
4pm & 6pm shows


Monika Oliveira & The Brazilians


Monika Oliveira is a fresh and exciting vocal presence on the New York – Brazilian music scene today. This singer/songwriter was born in Belém/Pará and raised in Rio de Janeiro. She has been living and performing around New York City for over ten years. She combines her love of Brazil’s musical heritage and her love of Jazz into a sultry variation on both – Brazilian Jazz that is at once moving and rhythmic, pure and passionate. Monika’s voice enchants and entrances through her innate rhythmic feel and phrasing. Her musical experience extends from Jazz Festivals to Clubs, TV, Film, Radio and Broadway.


Sunday, Nov. 12th
4pm & 6pm shows


Nanny Assis Quartet

Since 1986, when he began his successful professional career, Nanny Assis has played with amazing artists like Vinicius Cantauria, Eumir Deodato, and John Patitucci. Yet, despite the grandeur of the folks with whom he’s sided, Nanny has always managed to find his forte. With a great ability to perform Bossa Nova, Brazilian Jazz, Forro and a myriad of Afro-Brazilian sounds, Nanny has cheered audiences around the world and has shown particular skills in engaging the public with personal charisma and unique stage interaction.


Sunday, Nov. 19th
4pm & 6pm shows


NEW! Open Jam Session
First Sunday of the month, 8pm-11pm
Next sessions: Nov. 5, Dec. 3

We’re pleased to begin a new monthly Open Jam Session at the Jazz Forum!  Everyone is welcome to attend and enjoy and it will be $10 to listen or $5 to play with the house band- the David Janeway Trio feat. Frank Tate on bass and Chuck Zeuren on drums. Come swing by!

Jazz Forum, 1 Dixon Lane, Tarrytown – Presenting Sponsor

Special Event! Jazz at the Castle Hotel & Spa
400 Benedict Avenue, Tarrytown

Mark Morganelli
& the Jazz Forum All-Stars

Mark Morganelli is a seasoned trumpeter, flugelhornist and producer.  He leads his Jazz Forum All-Stars, performing every Wednesday evening in the acclaimed Equus Restaurant at the Castle Hotel & Spa in Tarrytown. Please call (914) 631-1980 for more information and reservations to dine at the Equus Restaurant during Morganelli’s performances with his trio featuring Roni Ben-Hur on guitar and Cameron Brown on bass (Essiet Essiet on Nov. 1.)  Nov. 1 & 8 will also feature a special Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Menu ($32.95 Three-Course Dinner).
If you’ve never seen Morganelli perform with his trio, you won’t want to miss these lovely evenings of jazz standards and the finest Brazilian music.

Wednesdays through December 20th
6:30 to 9:00 pm

Equus Restaurant
Castle Hotel & Spa
400 Benedict Avenue Tarrytown, NY
Information & Reservations: (914) 631-1980

Restaurant Website

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