2 BIRDS BAND ≈ MARCH 7TH / 5PM

The 2Birds Band is a sound that has never been heard before! The project was conceived in March 2014. Inspired from the Paris-based band, Jungles Key, Gabe & Tony (Bird) are continuing their string revolution in America. The group,2 violins, cello, bass and drums, combines the world of classical music with contemporary style and arrangements ranging from Debussy to Quincy Jones.

https://www.facebook.com/2BirdsBand


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MACUCO QUINTET ≈ MARCH 8TH / 7:30PM

Macuco Quintet

Saxophonic latin-jazz compositions by Joel Springer & Brazilian maestro Hermeto Pascoal, featuring:

Allan Chase – Soprano, alto, baritone saxophones
Rick Stone – Alto saxophone
Joel Springer – Tenor, sopranino saxophones
Fernando Huergo – Bass
Austin McMahon – drums, melodica

Macucowide

BIG LAZY ≈ MARCH 14th / 7PM

Big Lazy, the elegantly gritty instrumental trio led by the extraordinary
        guitarist Stephen Ulrich, plays stunningly beautiful music that evokes
        everything from truckers’ romps to the haunting film scores of
        Bernard Herrmann.”     The New Yorker

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Dan Tepfer & Joanna Wallfisch Duo ≈ MARCH 15th /9PM

Dan Tepfer & Joanna Wallfisch Duo – release their brand new album “The Origin of Adjustable Things”

Hailed by the great Fred Hersch as “a real discovery—a first-rate musician in every way,” Joanna takes a bold step forward in her creative journey with The Origin of Adjustable Things, a stark and expressive duo album with rising piano master Dan Tepfer. The Daily Beast called the record bittersweet and heartfelt, boldly breaking free of the prevalent formulas for jazz albums.” In the mysterious poetry of her lyrics, the freshness of his harmonic choices and the expansiveness of their sonic palette, Wallfisch and Tepfer explore a musical universe of their own making. Combining Tepfer’s’ exceptional poise” (New York Times) and Joanna’s “sublime voice” (The Telegraph) the duo has been described as “stylish, rapturous and original” (Jazz in London). 

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