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Billy Novick & Guy Van Duser perform at the Charlestown Branch Library, in a musical tribute

05-25-2017

Presented by Friends of the Charlestown Branch of the Boston Public Library at Charlestown Branch of the Boston Public Library, Boston
Upcoming Dates: Thu, May 25 @ 7:00 pm
Billy Novick & Guy Van Duser : musical tribute to "Friend of the Year" Edward F. Kelly. Presented by the Friends of the Charlestown Branch of the Boston Public Library. Billy Novick & Guy Van Duser have been together as a duo for forty years, as... [more+]
Billy Novick & Guy Van Duser : musical tribute to "Friend of the Year" Edward F. Kelly. Presented by the Friends of the Charlestown Branch of the Boston Public Library. Billy Novick & Guy Van Duser have been together as a duo for forty years, as some would say, longer than most marriages! They found each other during rehearsals for a dance performance and Novick agreed to play on Van Duser's debut solo album "Fingerstyle Guitar." Although executives at the Rounder Record label were dubious of the combination of woodwinds and acoustic guitar, the results were so impressive that Novick and Van Duser agreed to continue pooling their resources. Since then, they have performed in concerts, clubs and festivals all over North America and Europe, have been frequent guests on many popular radio programs, such as "Prairie Home Companion" and "All Things Considered," and have been featured on numerous film and TV soundtracks. Fingerstyle guitar virtuoso Guy Van Duser has been heard on National Public Radio for many years as a player of background and theme music. Since the late '70s, his many collaborations with clarinetist, saxophonist, vocalist, and pennywhistler Billy Novick have endeared him to listeners with old-fashioned tastes, for Van Duser's primary working repertoire has always consisted of early jazz, swing standards, and Tin Pan Alley pop tunes. The combination of his lifelong respect for Chet Atkins, his early experience as a bluegrass bassist, and his longstanding involvement as a sideman with country musician Bill Staines, all stand as proof of Van Duser's genre-defying versatility. Van Duser considers himself as primarily a jazz guitarist who prefers and specializes in warm, reassuring pop and jazz melodies from the '30s. As Garrison Keillor of A Prairie Home Companion has proclaimed, they are indeed “… two elegant gents of the swing music world …”  Further info on this dynamic duo can be found at www.billynovick.com/guy-billy.html. [less-]
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Miles Mosley + The West Coast Get Down

05-25-2017

Presented by Bowery Presents at Great Scott, Boston
Upcoming Dates: Thu, May 25 @ 9:00 pm
As a teen, Mosley was selected to play bass for the Grammy All-American High School Jazz Band & Choir, and was acclaimed as a “technical virtuoso” by Los Angeles Times jazz critic, Don Heckman. He received his classical training at the... [more+]
As a teen, Mosley was selected to play bass for the Grammy All-American High School Jazz Band & Choir, and was acclaimed as a “technical virtuoso” by Los Angeles Times jazz critic, Don Heckman. He received his classical training at the Colburn School of Music in Los Angeles, had years of study with jazz bass legends John Clayton, Ray Brown, and Al McKibbon, and received his undergraduate degree in music at UCLA. Since then Mosley has greatly expanded his repertoire, mastering the bass and a vast array of instruments, deftly blending Jazz with Rock, Pop, Funk, and R&B. Mosley has successfully combined bow work, effects, and ‘in-your-face’ dexterity to give his instrument his own signature sound. [less-]
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Art and Music

06-02-2017

Presented by The Hidden Art Gallery at JP Licks, Boston
Upcoming Dates: Fri, May 26 @ 6:00 pm Fri, Jun 02 @ 6:00 pm
Come out and treat yourself to an ice cream and Support the Artist and Musicians.10% of all sales of paintings will go towards the documentary film: http://www.everythingmattersfilm.com/about-the-film.htmlCJ Hutchings, guitarist, pianist,... [more+]
Come out and treat yourself to an ice cream and Support the Artist and Musicians.10% of all sales of paintings will go towards the documentary film: http://www.everythingmattersfilm.com/about-the-film.htmlCJ Hutchings, guitarist, pianist, singer, songwriter will perform live May 5, 2017, 6-8 pm @ offsite location: JP Licks 150 Charles Street Boston, MA 02114 Sponsored by the hidden art gallery http://thehiddenartgallery.com/boston_art_events.html for tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/myevent?eid=33831611260 [less-]
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UNITEY Culinary and Musical Arts Series

05-27-2017

Presented by UNITEYCDC at North High School, Worcester
Upcoming Dates: Sat, May 27 @ 11:00 am Sat, May 27 @ 11:00 pm
We use civic engagement project among high school students from an ethnically diverse population, which would combine research on the history of notable Blacks (African American, Haitian, Caribbean, and Africans) from Worcester with the musical...
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We use civic engagement project among high school students from an ethnically diverse population, which would combine research on the history of notable Blacks (African American, Haitian, Caribbean, and Africans) from Worcester with the musical and culinary arts.  Music has always helped us in appreciating a diversity of ideas and experiences and serves as an important cultural form in which people preserve their history In a similar fashion, food traditions are often rooted in historical meaning and serves as the vehicle for the transmission of oral narratives. By combining musical and culinary heritage with history we provide a more comprehensive backdrop in which to tell Black’s collective story.
The students will write poetry and poems about their history as lived in Worcester.  This will appear in the Culinary and Musical Arts Cookbook and included in the UNITEY Newsletter, which the Cookbook is for sale at the event. The end product will be presented to the Worcester community in a series of events that celebrate all three mediums: history, culinary and music arts.
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Memorial Day Concert & Picnic in the Park

05-27-2017

Presented by Onset Bay Association at Lillian Gregerman Bandshell, Onset
Upcoming Dates: Sat, May 27 @ 1:00 pm
Let's kick off the 2017 summer season with style! Join us for our Annual Memorial Day Concert in the Park with special guests Wareham's own Paul Innis on upright bass, Cape Cod's John Salerno on keys/vocals and Dennis Nobrega on... [more+]
Let's kick off the 2017 summer season with style! Join us for our Annual Memorial Day Concert in the Park with special guests Wareham's own Paul Innis on upright bass, Cape Cod's John Salerno on keys/vocals and Dennis Nobrega on brass/wind/vocals, playing all those hits you know from the great American Songbook and perhaps a few patriotic numbers in honor of Memorial Day. FREE AND FAMILY FRIENDLY Bring along a picnic to enjoy during the show, or grab some lunch nearby. Pay tribute to those we've lost by planting a flag in someone's honor. By donation. Rain date is Sunday, May 28 For more info, please call the OBA office at 508-295-7072 [less-]
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Ramp Up for Straitsmouth

05-27-2017

Presented by Thacher Island Association at The Art of David Arsenault , Rockport
Upcoming Dates: Sat, May 27 @ 5:00 pm
Come to one of Rockport's most exciting galleries for live jazz music courtesy of talented sax player David Arteaga along with wine and appetizers.   The gallery will be highlighting Arsenault's dramatically lit, colorful images of...
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Come to one of Rockport's most exciting galleries for live jazz music courtesy of talented sax player David Arteaga along with wine and appetizers.   The gallery will be highlighting Arsenault's dramatically lit, colorful images of Straitsmouth and Thacher Islands, home to three of Cape Ann's iconic lighthouses.
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Leap of Faith Orchestra Performs Possible Universes by PEK

05-28-2017

Presented by Evil Clown at Somerville Armory, Somerville
Upcoming Dates: Sun, May 28 @ 7:00 pm
On Leap of Faith: "Alien yet familiar, bizarre yet completely fascinating. Expanding, contracting, erupting, settling down, always as one force..." - Bruce Lee Gallanter, DMG The third performance by LOFO of a frame notation score by PEK which... [more+]
On Leap of Faith: "Alien yet familiar, bizarre yet completely fascinating. Expanding, contracting, erupting, settling down, always as one force..." - Bruce Lee Gallanter, DMG The third performance by LOFO of a frame notation score by PEK which guides the improvisation of the large ensemble.  English descriptions of the overall sonority desired and simple graphic symbols are given durations for each player on their part along with direction on when to play and when not to play. The directions are put in little boxes called frames which are arranged on a timeline and are simple enough to be immediately understood by the performers. The players track the elapsed time on a very large sports clock. There is no melodic, harmonic or rhythmic information specified.  Possible Universes is a sonic delight that you will never see elsewhere...  Come see for yourself! PEK - saxophones, clarinets, double reeds; Glynis Lomon - cello, aquasonic, voice; Yuri Zbitnov - drums, percussion; Andria Nicodemou - vibes, percussion; Mimi Rabson - violin; Dan O’Brien - flutes, clarinets, saxophones; Zach Bartolomei - clarinets, saxophones, melodica; Bob Moores - trumpet; Steve Provizer - trumpet; Forbes Graham - trumpet; Kat Dobbins - trombone; Dave Harris - trombone, tuba; John Baylies - tuba; Eric Zinman - piano; Grant Beale - guitar; Chris Florio - guitar synth; Tony Leva - bass; Silvain Castellano - bass; Kit Demos - bass; Kevin Dacey - drums, percussion; Joe Hartigan - percussion [less-]
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Joe Hunt Jazz Quartet

05-28-2017

Presented by The Lilypad at The Lilypad , Cambridge
Upcoming Dates: Sun, May 28 @ 8:30 pm
Evening of modern jazz played by a quartet of fine local jazz musicians: Brian Levy - tenor, Jon Damian - guitar, Bob Nieske - bass, and Joe Hunt - drums. The group comes from former Berklee faculty, and current NEC faculty. Each musician is well... [more+]
Evening of modern jazz played by a quartet of fine local jazz musicians: Brian Levy - tenor, Jon Damian - guitar, Bob Nieske - bass, and Joe Hunt - drums. The group comes from former Berklee faculty, and current NEC faculty. Each musician is well known in his own right. [less-]
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Learn to dance with Boston Lindy Hop!

06-12-2017

Presented by Boston Lindy Hop at First Church in Cambridge, Cambridge
Upcoming Dates: Mon, May 29 @ 8:00 pm Mon, Jun 05 @ 8:00 pm Mon, Jun 12 @ 8:00 pm

Our Lindy 1 series will get you from zero to dance hero in six weeks. In this beginner-friendly class designed to get you comfortable social dancing, we cover the basics of partner dancing, the fundamental movements and moves of Lindy Hop, and...

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Our Lindy 1 series will get you from zero to dance hero in six weeks. In this beginner-friendly class designed to get you comfortable social dancing, we cover the basics of partner dancing, the fundamental movements and moves of Lindy Hop, and some turns and variations.

Lindy 1 classes are offered throughout the year, and always begin at the beginning of a month. No partner is required.

Do I Need A Partner?

No partner necessary! Because Lindy Hop is a very social dance, we rotate partners throughout the class, so you get to know and dance with everyone.

What Should I Wear?

Shoes that are comfortable and stick to your feet. Sling backs and flip flops are hard to dance in. As far as everything else, wear something comfortable that makes you feel good. You may however want to avoid articles of clothing that a hand on the back could get caught in.

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Whole Note Wednesdays at the Liberty Hotel with the Blake Newman Group

05-31-2017

Presented by Liberty Hotel at Liberty Hotel, Boston
Upcoming Dates: Wed, May 31 @ 6:00 pm
The Blake Newman Group (Tom West, piano; BN, bass; and Mike Connors, drums) has been delighting audiences with a wide variety of music, with a focus on jazz standards, for years. All three members of the trio are regulars on the Boston music... [more+]
The Blake Newman Group (Tom West, piano; BN, bass; and Mike Connors, drums) has been delighting audiences with a wide variety of music, with a focus on jazz standards, for years. All three members of the trio are regulars on the Boston music scene and bring to the bandstand a hugely diverse musical aesthetic, which is apparent in the wide scope of the group's repertoire. The Blake Newman Group has been playing in the lobby of the Liberty Hotel for four years. The atmosphere is relaxed--food and drink from acclaimed restaurant, Clink, is available. There is no cover charge and all ages are welcomed. [less-]
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An Evening with Francine Reed

06-01-2017

Presented by Seth Warner Music at Lily Pad, Cambridge
Upcoming Dates: Thu, Jun 01 @ 8:00 pm
Born in Chicago and raised in Phoenix, Arizona, Francine Reed has had a passion for singing since her early childhood. She began singing professionally with her family's gospel group when she was five. "I always say I was born singing," Reed has... [more+]
Born in Chicago and raised in Phoenix, Arizona, Francine Reed has had a passion for singing since her early childhood. She began singing professionally with her family's gospel group when she was five. "I always say I was born singing," Reed has said in a biographical release. "I can still remember my first performance when I was a 3-year-old in my aunt's church. I used to listen to rehearsals with her gospel choir and I'd sing 'I Wanna See Jesus' in front of the congregation...It's a natural, God-given talent." After marrying young, the everyday struggles of life kept Reed from pursuing her dream of singing full-time until her children were older. Fortunately, she was able to sing in local jazz clubs and at various functions in Phoenix. She became known for her powerful voice and commanding stage presence, and delivered an eclectic blend of jazz, blues, and R&B. Well known as the "foreground" singer in Lyle Lovett's Large Band, Francine has also collaborated and shared the stage with the likes of Willie Nelson, Delbert McClinton,Miles Davis, Etta James, Smokey Robinson, and the Crusaders. [less-]
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BPL Concerts in the Courtyard: Area 9 Quartet

06-02-2017

Presented by Boston Public Library at Boston Public Library, Boston
Upcoming Dates: Fri, Jun 02 @ 12:30 pm
Area 9 Quartet is a Boston-based ensemble dedicated to exploring the rich, diverse, and ever-growing chamber music repertoire for saxophone. Area 9 is proud to have commissioned and debuted new works by contemporary composers, including Jun... [more+]
Area 9 Quartet is a Boston-based ensemble dedicated to exploring the rich, diverse, and ever-growing chamber music repertoire for saxophone. Area 9 is proud to have commissioned and debuted new works by contemporary composers, including Jun Feng’s “Somehow, Tango,” performed at the Longy School of Music in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 2015, and Michael Kosch’s “Castle in the Air,” which Area 9 premiered at New York City’s Metropolitan Playhouse in December 2016. [less-]
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Mavis Staples

06-02-2017

Presented by Spectacle Management at Cary Memorial Hall, Lexington
Upcoming Dates: Fri, Jun 02 @ 7:30 pm
Mavis Staples is living, breathing history. She is an alchemist of American music, having continuously crossed genre lines like no musician since Ray Charles. Weaving herself into the very fabric of gospel, soul, folk, pop, R&B, blues, rock,... [more+]
Mavis Staples is living, breathing history. She is an alchemist of American music, having continuously crossed genre lines like no musician since Ray Charles. Weaving herself into the very fabric of gospel, soul, folk, pop, R&B, blues, rock, and hip hop over the last 60 years, this iconic singer has seen and sung through so many changes, always rising up to meet every road. Since her first recording at age 13 in 1954, Mavis Staples has learned from, worked with, and schooled countless legends, and has brought her own timeless talent to every performance. From the Delta-inflected gospel sound she helped create in the 1950s with her father, Pops, and her brother and sisters as The Staple Singers, to the freedom songs of the Civil Rights era, to pop radio stardom during the Stax era with hits “I’ll Take You There” and “Respect Yourself,” to The Last Waltz, to serving as muse to both Bob Dylan and Prince at the peak of their careers, to her Grammy-winning partnership with fellow Chicagoan Jeff Tweedy, the one constant has been Mavis and her singular voice. She has embraced her evolution, absorbing new sounds and ideas, rising to meet the challenges of longevity and bringing her message of hope and positivity to new listeners, song after song, show after show. [less-]
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2017 River Festival Jazz, World Music, R&B Stage

06-03-2017

Presented by Multicultural Arts Center at Multicultural Arts Center, Cambridge
Upcoming Dates: Sat, Jun 03 @ 12:00 pm
Presented by the Jazz Club at the Multicultural Arts Center with Stage Host Executive Director Shelley Neill NOON – 1:15 PM: John Kordalewski Trio Music reflecting the jazz traditions of three continents, John Kordalewski (United States),... [more+]
Presented by the Jazz Club at the Multicultural Arts Center with Stage Host Executive Director Shelley Neill NOON – 1:15 PM: John Kordalewski Trio Music reflecting the jazz traditions of three continents, John Kordalewski (United States), Carlos Pino (Colombia), and Kesivan Naidoo (South Africa) speak a common language as jazz musicians, and it is enriched by the inflections that each musician brings. Expect some 'straight ahead jazz' as well as Colombian and South African compositions. Personnel: John Kordalewski - piano; Carlos Pino – acoustic bass; Kesivan Naidoo – drums 1:30 – 2:45 PM: The Rebecca Cline Trio The Rebecca Cline Trio celebrates the rich heritage of American music, taking inspiration from the classic jazz piano trios of the U.S., and from the popular music of Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Brazil. She has performed or recorded in the US and Caribbean with such artists as Giovanni Hidalgo, Pedrito Martinez, Paulo Braga, Romero Lubambo, Jerry Gonzalez, Horacio “El Negro” Hernandez, Charles Neville, and Alex Acuña. Personnel: Rebecca Cline – piano; Gregory Ryan – acoustic bass; Mark Walker – drums 3 – 4:15 PM: The Kevin Harris Project When the unmistakable musical influences of Thelonious Monk and Charlie Parker intersect with J.S. Bach, Scott Joplin, and the folkloric rhythms of Cuba, could one possibly conceptualize the celebration that occurs at that intersection? Jazz pianist Kevin Harris plays a distinctive combination of traditional and contemporary music that seeks to explore such a crossroad. On drums is the always in demand and always swingin’ Yoron Israel, and on acoustic bass virtuoso Will Slater. Personnel: Kevin Harris – piano; Yoron Israel – drums; Will Slater - acoustic bass 4:30-5:45 PM: Yoron Israel Trio The Yoron Israel Trio, led by renowned drummer Yoron Israel, with longtime friends and bandmates Laszlo Gardony - piano and Ron Mahdi - bass, promises to deliver an elegant, adventurous and energetic set of music. Collectively these musicians have amassed over 20 acclaimed recordings as leaders in their own rights, including Yoron Israel’s recent project "This Moment” and “Visions – The Music of Stevie Wonder” and Laszlo Gardony’s “Live in Real Time” and "Signature Time.” Their combined musical experiences read like a who’s who in Jazz; performing, touring and recording with such luminaries as Sonny Rollins, Horace Silver, Abbey Lincoln, Ahmad Jamal, Joe Lovano, David “Fathead Newman” and Roy Haynes to name just a few. The Trio performance will be premiering a number of new original compositions, along with works by Mary Lou Williams and Hank Jones. Personnel: Yoron Israel – drums; Laszlo Gardony – piano; Ron Mahdi – acoustic bass [less-]
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Middlesex Jazz Festival at Concord Center

06-04-2017

Presented by Concord Recreation Department at Concord Visitor Center, Concord
Upcoming Dates: Sun, Jun 04 @ 1:30 pm
The Concord Visitor Center and Town Recreation Department are hosting  a free outdoor jazz festival on June 4th from 1:30 to 7:00 pm in the parking lot behind the Concord Visitor Center, at 58 Main Street.  The event - the Middlesex Jazz... [more+]
The Concord Visitor Center and Town Recreation Department are hosting  a free outdoor jazz festival on June 4th from 1:30 to 7:00 pm in the parking lot behind the Concord Visitor Center, at 58 Main Street.  The event - the Middlesex Jazz Festival at Concord - features four 20-piece Big Bands and five smaller Jazz Ensembles.   Jazz festival attendees will be able to enjoy a variety of food options. Local restaurants such as Main Street Café will be serving visitors throughout the event. Also, the West Concord establishments Twin Seafood, Reasons to be Cheerful and Woods Hill Table will host stands and offer featured specials.  Visitors are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and come prepared to enjoy a wonderful afternoon of music and food. The town will feature several large tents to shade areas surrounding stages where the musicians will perform. Middlesex Jazz Festival at Concord Performance Schedule: 1:30-2:00         Impromptu Sextet 2:00-2:40         Mood Swings Orchestra 2:40-3:00         Jazz on Six 3:00-3:40         Harvard Alumni Jazz Band 3:40-4:00         Westford Academy Jazz Combo                                                        4:00-4:40         Soft Touch Band 4:40-5:00         Concord-Carlisle High School Jazz Combo 5:00-5:40         Compaq Big Band 5:40-6:10         Sai Ghoise Quartet 6:10-7:00         Compaq Big Band     [less-]
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Melissa Kassel & Tom Zicarelli Group

06-04-2017

Presented by The Lily Pad at The Lily Pad, Cambridge
Upcoming Dates: Sun, Jun 04 @ 6:30 pm
Melissa Kassel - Voice Tom Zicarelli - Piano Special Guest Bruce Arnold - Guitar Dave Clark - Bass Gary Fieldman - Drums
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Urbanity featuring Albare and Phil Turcio

06-08-2017

Presented by Ryles Jazz Club at Ryles Jazz Club, Cambridge
Upcoming Dates: Thu, Jun 08 @ 8:30 pm
A 27-year personal and professional friendship between Albert “Albare” Dadon and pianist Phil Turcio has manifested in the band Urbanity, along with Gerry Pantazis on drums and Peter Mollica on bass. Music Critic Matt O’Neill describes... [more+]
A 27-year personal and professional friendship between Albert “Albare” Dadon and pianist Phil Turcio has manifested in the band Urbanity, along with Gerry Pantazis on drums and Peter Mollica on bass. Music Critic Matt O’Neill describes Albere as one of Australian jazz’s most influential figures, and Albare describes Phil as his musical soulmate. [less-]
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ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL

06-09-2017

Presented by Burlington Community Concert Series at Fogelberg Performing Arts Center of Burlington High School, Burlington
Upcoming Dates: Fri, Jun 09 @ 7:30 pm
Burlington Community Concert Series is taking a trip down "Route 66" in the final concert of the season with ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL, the country's premier Texas Swing band on Friday, June 9 at 7:30 pm. The performance takes place in the Fogelberg... [more+]
Burlington Community Concert Series is taking a trip down "Route 66" in the final concert of the season with ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL, the country's premier Texas Swing band on Friday, June 9 at 7:30 pm. The performance takes place in the Fogelberg Performing Arts Center of Burlington High School. ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL has constantly toured at a national level through it's 40+ year history, and includes an alumni roster of well over 80 musicians, many of whom have gone on to perform with artists such as Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, Lyle Lovett, Ryan Adams and many more. With it's unique combination of American blues, swing and traditional fiddling elements, "The Wheel plays music that is timeless, infectious and meant for dancing" (Dallas Observer, 2014). [less-]
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Brookline Porchfest 2017

06-10-2017

Presented by Brookline Music School at Brookline Music School, Brookline
Upcoming Dates: Sat, Jun 10 @ 12:00 pm
Brookline Porchfest features over 80 local musicians performing classical, jazz, bossa nova, HONK, rock, blues, R&B, typewriters, old-time & country music all throughout Brookline. Brookline’s second annual Porchfest will be held on Saturday,... [more+]
Brookline Porchfest features over 80 local musicians performing classical, jazz, bossa nova, HONK, rock, blues, R&B, typewriters, old-time & country music all throughout Brookline. Brookline’s second annual Porchfest will be held on Saturday, June 10th from 12:00pm to 6pm with a rain date of Saturday, June 17th [less-]
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Nextet Duo - Nate n' Dave play Jazz Lunch!

06-10-2017

Presented by Nate Aronow Nextet at Middle East Corner Bar, Cambridge
Upcoming Dates: Sat, Jun 10 @ 1:00 pm
The Dynamic Duo of Nate (piano) and Dave McQ (bass), the brawn behind the Nate Aronow Nextet, play Jazz Lunch at the Middle East Corner Bar in Central Square Cambridge Saturday from 1-3pm. Groovy jazzy ambient sounds will surround you as you... [more+]
The Dynamic Duo of Nate (piano) and Dave McQ (bass), the brawn behind the Nate Aronow Nextet, play Jazz Lunch at the Middle East Corner Bar in Central Square Cambridge Saturday from 1-3pm. Groovy jazzy ambient sounds will surround you as you enjoy the Zuzu restaurant's great selection of brunch and lunch fare, both American and Middle Eastern. Very tasty and inexpensive. And no cover charge! [less-]
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Billy Novick & Guy Van Duser perform at the Charlestown Branch Library, in a musical tribute

05-25-2017

Presented by Friends of the Charlestown Branch of the Boston Public Library at Charlestown Branch of the Boston Public Library, Boston
Upcoming Dates: Thu, May 25 @ 7:00 pm
Billy Novick & Guy Van Duser : musical tribute to "Friend of the Year" Edward F. Kelly. Presented by the Friends of the Charlestown Branch of the Boston Public Library. Billy Novick & Guy Van Duser have been together as a duo for forty years, as... [more+]
Billy Novick & Guy Van Duser : musical tribute to "Friend of the Year" Edward F. Kelly. Presented by the Friends of the Charlestown Branch of the Boston Public Library. Billy Novick & Guy Van Duser have been together as a duo for forty years, as some would say, longer than most marriages! They found each other during rehearsals for a dance performance and Novick agreed to play on Van Duser's debut solo album "Fingerstyle Guitar." Although executives at the Rounder Record label were dubious of the combination of woodwinds and acoustic guitar, the results were so impressive that Novick and Van Duser agreed to continue pooling their resources. Since then, they have performed in concerts, clubs and festivals all over North America and Europe, have been frequent guests on many popular radio programs, such as "Prairie Home Companion" and "All Things Considered," and have been featured on numerous film and TV soundtracks. Fingerstyle guitar virtuoso Guy Van Duser has been heard on National Public Radio for many years as a player of background and theme music. Since the late '70s, his many collaborations with clarinetist, saxophonist, vocalist, and pennywhistler Billy Novick have endeared him to listeners with old-fashioned tastes, for Van Duser's primary working repertoire has always consisted of early jazz, swing standards, and Tin Pan Alley pop tunes. The combination of his lifelong respect for Chet Atkins, his early experience as a bluegrass bassist, and his longstanding involvement as a sideman with country musician Bill Staines, all stand as proof of Van Duser's genre-defying versatility. Van Duser considers himself as primarily a jazz guitarist who prefers and specializes in warm, reassuring pop and jazz melodies from the '30s. As Garrison Keillor of A Prairie Home Companion has proclaimed, they are indeed “… two elegant gents of the swing music world …”  Further info on this dynamic duo can be found at www.billynovick.com/guy-billy.html. [less-]
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Miles Mosley + The West Coast Get Down

05-25-2017

Presented by Bowery Presents at Great Scott, Boston
Upcoming Dates: Thu, May 25 @ 9:00 pm
As a teen, Mosley was selected to play bass for the Grammy All-American High School Jazz Band & Choir, and was acclaimed as a “technical virtuoso” by Los Angeles Times jazz critic, Don Heckman. He received his classical training at the... [more+]
As a teen, Mosley was selected to play bass for the Grammy All-American High School Jazz Band & Choir, and was acclaimed as a “technical virtuoso” by Los Angeles Times jazz critic, Don Heckman. He received his classical training at the Colburn School of Music in Los Angeles, had years of study with jazz bass legends John Clayton, Ray Brown, and Al McKibbon, and received his undergraduate degree in music at UCLA. Since then Mosley has greatly expanded his repertoire, mastering the bass and a vast array of instruments, deftly blending Jazz with Rock, Pop, Funk, and R&B. Mosley has successfully combined bow work, effects, and ‘in-your-face’ dexterity to give his instrument his own signature sound. [less-]
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Art and Music

06-02-2017

Presented by The Hidden Art Gallery at JP Licks, Boston
Upcoming Dates: Fri, May 26 @ 6:00 pm Fri, Jun 02 @ 6:00 pm
Come out and treat yourself to an ice cream and Support the Artist and Musicians.10% of all sales of paintings will go towards the documentary film: http://www.everythingmattersfilm.com/about-the-film.htmlCJ Hutchings, guitarist, pianist,... [more+]
Come out and treat yourself to an ice cream and Support the Artist and Musicians.10% of all sales of paintings will go towards the documentary film: http://www.everythingmattersfilm.com/about-the-film.htmlCJ Hutchings, guitarist, pianist, singer, songwriter will perform live May 5, 2017, 6-8 pm @ offsite location: JP Licks 150 Charles Street Boston, MA 02114 Sponsored by the hidden art gallery http://thehiddenartgallery.com/boston_art_events.html for tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/myevent?eid=33831611260 [less-]
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UNITEY Culinary and Musical Arts Series

05-27-2017

Presented by UNITEYCDC at North High School, Worcester
Upcoming Dates: Sat, May 27 @ 11:00 am Sat, May 27 @ 11:00 pm
We use civic engagement project among high school students from an ethnically diverse population, which would combine research on the history of notable Blacks (African American, Haitian, Caribbean, and Africans) from Worcester with the musical...
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We use civic engagement project among high school students from an ethnically diverse population, which would combine research on the history of notable Blacks (African American, Haitian, Caribbean, and Africans) from Worcester with the musical and culinary arts.  Music has always helped us in appreciating a diversity of ideas and experiences and serves as an important cultural form in which people preserve their history In a similar fashion, food traditions are often rooted in historical meaning and serves as the vehicle for the transmission of oral narratives. By combining musical and culinary heritage with history we provide a more comprehensive backdrop in which to tell Black’s collective story.
The students will write poetry and poems about their history as lived in Worcester.  This will appear in the Culinary and Musical Arts Cookbook and included in the UNITEY Newsletter, which the Cookbook is for sale at the event. The end product will be presented to the Worcester community in a series of events that celebrate all three mediums: history, culinary and music arts.
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Memorial Day Concert & Picnic in the Park

05-27-2017

Presented by Onset Bay Association at Lillian Gregerman Bandshell, Onset
Upcoming Dates: Sat, May 27 @ 1:00 pm
Let's kick off the 2017 summer season with style! Join us for our Annual Memorial Day Concert in the Park with special guests Wareham's own Paul Innis on upright bass, Cape Cod's John Salerno on keys/vocals and Dennis Nobrega on... [more+]
Let's kick off the 2017 summer season with style! Join us for our Annual Memorial Day Concert in the Park with special guests Wareham's own Paul Innis on upright bass, Cape Cod's John Salerno on keys/vocals and Dennis Nobrega on brass/wind/vocals, playing all those hits you know from the great American Songbook and perhaps a few patriotic numbers in honor of Memorial Day. FREE AND FAMILY FRIENDLY Bring along a picnic to enjoy during the show, or grab some lunch nearby. Pay tribute to those we've lost by planting a flag in someone's honor. By donation. Rain date is Sunday, May 28 For more info, please call the OBA office at 508-295-7072 [less-]
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Ramp Up for Straitsmouth

05-27-2017

Presented by Thacher Island Association at The Art of David Arsenault , Rockport
Upcoming Dates: Sat, May 27 @ 5:00 pm
Come to one of Rockport's most exciting galleries for live jazz music courtesy of talented sax player David Arteaga along with wine and appetizers.   The gallery will be highlighting Arsenault's dramatically lit, colorful images of...
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Come to one of Rockport's most exciting galleries for live jazz music courtesy of talented sax player David Arteaga along with wine and appetizers.   The gallery will be highlighting Arsenault's dramatically lit, colorful images of Straitsmouth and Thacher Islands, home to three of Cape Ann's iconic lighthouses.
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Leap of Faith Orchestra Performs Possible Universes by PEK

05-28-2017

Presented by Evil Clown at Somerville Armory, Somerville
Upcoming Dates: Sun, May 28 @ 7:00 pm
On Leap of Faith: "Alien yet familiar, bizarre yet completely fascinating. Expanding, contracting, erupting, settling down, always as one force..." - Bruce Lee Gallanter, DMG The third performance by LOFO of a frame notation score by PEK which... [more+]
On Leap of Faith: "Alien yet familiar, bizarre yet completely fascinating. Expanding, contracting, erupting, settling down, always as one force..." - Bruce Lee Gallanter, DMG The third performance by LOFO of a frame notation score by PEK which guides the improvisation of the large ensemble.  English descriptions of the overall sonority desired and simple graphic symbols are given durations for each player on their part along with direction on when to play and when not to play. The directions are put in little boxes called frames which are arranged on a timeline and are simple enough to be immediately understood by the performers. The players track the elapsed time on a very large sports clock. There is no melodic, harmonic or rhythmic information specified.  Possible Universes is a sonic delight that you will never see elsewhere...  Come see for yourself! PEK - saxophones, clarinets, double reeds; Glynis Lomon - cello, aquasonic, voice; Yuri Zbitnov - drums, percussion; Andria Nicodemou - vibes, percussion; Mimi Rabson - violin; Dan O’Brien - flutes, clarinets, saxophones; Zach Bartolomei - clarinets, saxophones, melodica; Bob Moores - trumpet; Steve Provizer - trumpet; Forbes Graham - trumpet; Kat Dobbins - trombone; Dave Harris - trombone, tuba; John Baylies - tuba; Eric Zinman - piano; Grant Beale - guitar; Chris Florio - guitar synth; Tony Leva - bass; Silvain Castellano - bass; Kit Demos - bass; Kevin Dacey - drums, percussion; Joe Hartigan - percussion [less-]
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Joe Hunt Jazz Quartet

05-28-2017

Presented by The Lilypad at The Lilypad , Cambridge
Upcoming Dates: Sun, May 28 @ 8:30 pm
Evening of modern jazz played by a quartet of fine local jazz musicians: Brian Levy - tenor, Jon Damian - guitar, Bob Nieske - bass, and Joe Hunt - drums. The group comes from former Berklee faculty, and current NEC faculty. Each musician is well... [more+]
Evening of modern jazz played by a quartet of fine local jazz musicians: Brian Levy - tenor, Jon Damian - guitar, Bob Nieske - bass, and Joe Hunt - drums. The group comes from former Berklee faculty, and current NEC faculty. Each musician is well known in his own right. [less-]
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Learn to dance with Boston Lindy Hop!

06-12-2017

Presented by Boston Lindy Hop at First Church in Cambridge, Cambridge
Upcoming Dates: Mon, May 29 @ 8:00 pm Mon, Jun 05 @ 8:00 pm Mon, Jun 12 @ 8:00 pm

Our Lindy 1 series will get you from zero to dance hero in six weeks. In this beginner-friendly class designed to get you comfortable social dancing, we cover the basics of partner dancing, the fundamental movements and moves of Lindy Hop, and...

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Our Lindy 1 series will get you from zero to dance hero in six weeks. In this beginner-friendly class designed to get you comfortable social dancing, we cover the basics of partner dancing, the fundamental movements and moves of Lindy Hop, and some turns and variations.

Lindy 1 classes are offered throughout the year, and always begin at the beginning of a month. No partner is required.

Do I Need A Partner?

No partner necessary! Because Lindy Hop is a very social dance, we rotate partners throughout the class, so you get to know and dance with everyone.

What Should I Wear?

Shoes that are comfortable and stick to your feet. Sling backs and flip flops are hard to dance in. As far as everything else, wear something comfortable that makes you feel good. You may however want to avoid articles of clothing that a hand on the back could get caught in.

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Whole Note Wednesdays at the Liberty Hotel with the Blake Newman Group

05-31-2017

Presented by Liberty Hotel at Liberty Hotel, Boston
Upcoming Dates: Wed, May 31 @ 6:00 pm
The Blake Newman Group (Tom West, piano; BN, bass; and Mike Connors, drums) has been delighting audiences with a wide variety of music, with a focus on jazz standards, for years. All three members of the trio are regulars on the Boston music... [more+]
The Blake Newman Group (Tom West, piano; BN, bass; and Mike Connors, drums) has been delighting audiences with a wide variety of music, with a focus on jazz standards, for years. All three members of the trio are regulars on the Boston music scene and bring to the bandstand a hugely diverse musical aesthetic, which is apparent in the wide scope of the group's repertoire. The Blake Newman Group has been playing in the lobby of the Liberty Hotel for four years. The atmosphere is relaxed--food and drink from acclaimed restaurant, Clink, is available. There is no cover charge and all ages are welcomed. [less-]
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An Evening with Francine Reed

06-01-2017

Presented by Seth Warner Music at Lily Pad, Cambridge
Upcoming Dates: Thu, Jun 01 @ 8:00 pm
Born in Chicago and raised in Phoenix, Arizona, Francine Reed has had a passion for singing since her early childhood. She began singing professionally with her family's gospel group when she was five. "I always say I was born singing," Reed has... [more+]
Born in Chicago and raised in Phoenix, Arizona, Francine Reed has had a passion for singing since her early childhood. She began singing professionally with her family's gospel group when she was five. "I always say I was born singing," Reed has said in a biographical release. "I can still remember my first performance when I was a 3-year-old in my aunt's church. I used to listen to rehearsals with her gospel choir and I'd sing 'I Wanna See Jesus' in front of the congregation...It's a natural, God-given talent." After marrying young, the everyday struggles of life kept Reed from pursuing her dream of singing full-time until her children were older. Fortunately, she was able to sing in local jazz clubs and at various functions in Phoenix. She became known for her powerful voice and commanding stage presence, and delivered an eclectic blend of jazz, blues, and R&B. Well known as the "foreground" singer in Lyle Lovett's Large Band, Francine has also collaborated and shared the stage with the likes of Willie Nelson, Delbert McClinton,Miles Davis, Etta James, Smokey Robinson, and the Crusaders. [less-]
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BPL Concerts in the Courtyard: Area 9 Quartet

06-02-2017

Presented by Boston Public Library at Boston Public Library, Boston
Upcoming Dates: Fri, Jun 02 @ 12:30 pm
Area 9 Quartet is a Boston-based ensemble dedicated to exploring the rich, diverse, and ever-growing chamber music repertoire for saxophone. Area 9 is proud to have commissioned and debuted new works by contemporary composers, including Jun... [more+]
Area 9 Quartet is a Boston-based ensemble dedicated to exploring the rich, diverse, and ever-growing chamber music repertoire for saxophone. Area 9 is proud to have commissioned and debuted new works by contemporary composers, including Jun Feng’s “Somehow, Tango,” performed at the Longy School of Music in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 2015, and Michael Kosch’s “Castle in the Air,” which Area 9 premiered at New York City’s Metropolitan Playhouse in December 2016. [less-]
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Mavis Staples

06-02-2017

Presented by Spectacle Management at Cary Memorial Hall, Lexington
Upcoming Dates: Fri, Jun 02 @ 7:30 pm
Mavis Staples is living, breathing history. She is an alchemist of American music, having continuously crossed genre lines like no musician since Ray Charles. Weaving herself into the very fabric of gospel, soul, folk, pop, R&B, blues, rock,... [more+]
Mavis Staples is living, breathing history. She is an alchemist of American music, having continuously crossed genre lines like no musician since Ray Charles. Weaving herself into the very fabric of gospel, soul, folk, pop, R&B, blues, rock, and hip hop over the last 60 years, this iconic singer has seen and sung through so many changes, always rising up to meet every road. Since her first recording at age 13 in 1954, Mavis Staples has learned from, worked with, and schooled countless legends, and has brought her own timeless talent to every performance. From the Delta-inflected gospel sound she helped create in the 1950s with her father, Pops, and her brother and sisters as The Staple Singers, to the freedom songs of the Civil Rights era, to pop radio stardom during the Stax era with hits “I’ll Take You There” and “Respect Yourself,” to The Last Waltz, to serving as muse to both Bob Dylan and Prince at the peak of their careers, to her Grammy-winning partnership with fellow Chicagoan Jeff Tweedy, the one constant has been Mavis and her singular voice. She has embraced her evolution, absorbing new sounds and ideas, rising to meet the challenges of longevity and bringing her message of hope and positivity to new listeners, song after song, show after show. [less-]
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2017 River Festival Jazz, World Music, R&B Stage

06-03-2017

Presented by Multicultural Arts Center at Multicultural Arts Center, Cambridge
Upcoming Dates: Sat, Jun 03 @ 12:00 pm
Presented by the Jazz Club at the Multicultural Arts Center with Stage Host Executive Director Shelley Neill NOON – 1:15 PM: John Kordalewski Trio Music reflecting the jazz traditions of three continents, John Kordalewski (United States),... [more+]
Presented by the Jazz Club at the Multicultural Arts Center with Stage Host Executive Director Shelley Neill NOON – 1:15 PM: John Kordalewski Trio Music reflecting the jazz traditions of three continents, John Kordalewski (United States), Carlos Pino (Colombia), and Kesivan Naidoo (South Africa) speak a common language as jazz musicians, and it is enriched by the inflections that each musician brings. Expect some 'straight ahead jazz' as well as Colombian and South African compositions. Personnel: John Kordalewski - piano; Carlos Pino – acoustic bass; Kesivan Naidoo – drums 1:30 – 2:45 PM: The Rebecca Cline Trio The Rebecca Cline Trio celebrates the rich heritage of American music, taking inspiration from the classic jazz piano trios of the U.S., and from the popular music of Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Brazil. She has performed or recorded in the US and Caribbean with such artists as Giovanni Hidalgo, Pedrito Martinez, Paulo Braga, Romero Lubambo, Jerry Gonzalez, Horacio “El Negro” Hernandez, Charles Neville, and Alex Acuña. Personnel: Rebecca Cline – piano; Gregory Ryan – acoustic bass; Mark Walker – drums 3 – 4:15 PM: The Kevin Harris Project When the unmistakable musical influences of Thelonious Monk and Charlie Parker intersect with J.S. Bach, Scott Joplin, and the folkloric rhythms of Cuba, could one possibly conceptualize the celebration that occurs at that intersection? Jazz pianist Kevin Harris plays a distinctive combination of traditional and contemporary music that seeks to explore such a crossroad. On drums is the always in demand and always swingin’ Yoron Israel, and on acoustic bass virtuoso Will Slater. Personnel: Kevin Harris – piano; Yoron Israel – drums; Will Slater - acoustic bass 4:30-5:45 PM: Yoron Israel Trio The Yoron Israel Trio, led by renowned drummer Yoron Israel, with longtime friends and bandmates Laszlo Gardony - piano and Ron Mahdi - bass, promises to deliver an elegant, adventurous and energetic set of music. Collectively these musicians have amassed over 20 acclaimed recordings as leaders in their own rights, including Yoron Israel’s recent project "This Moment” and “Visions – The Music of Stevie Wonder” and Laszlo Gardony’s “Live in Real Time” and "Signature Time.” Their combined musical experiences read like a who’s who in Jazz; performing, touring and recording with such luminaries as Sonny Rollins, Horace Silver, Abbey Lincoln, Ahmad Jamal, Joe Lovano, David “Fathead Newman” and Roy Haynes to name just a few. The Trio performance will be premiering a number of new original compositions, along with works by Mary Lou Williams and Hank Jones. Personnel: Yoron Israel – drums; Laszlo Gardony – piano; Ron Mahdi – acoustic bass [less-]
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Middlesex Jazz Festival at Concord Center

06-04-2017

Presented by Concord Recreation Department at Concord Visitor Center, Concord
Upcoming Dates: Sun, Jun 04 @ 1:30 pm
The Concord Visitor Center and Town Recreation Department are hosting  a free outdoor jazz festival on June 4th from 1:30 to 7:00 pm in the parking lot behind the Concord Visitor Center, at 58 Main Street.  The event - the Middlesex Jazz... [more+]
The Concord Visitor Center and Town Recreation Department are hosting  a free outdoor jazz festival on June 4th from 1:30 to 7:00 pm in the parking lot behind the Concord Visitor Center, at 58 Main Street.  The event - the Middlesex Jazz Festival at Concord - features four 20-piece Big Bands and five smaller Jazz Ensembles.   Jazz festival attendees will be able to enjoy a variety of food options. Local restaurants such as Main Street Café will be serving visitors throughout the event. Also, the West Concord establishments Twin Seafood, Reasons to be Cheerful and Woods Hill Table will host stands and offer featured specials.  Visitors are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and come prepared to enjoy a wonderful afternoon of music and food. The town will feature several large tents to shade areas surrounding stages where the musicians will perform. Middlesex Jazz Festival at Concord Performance Schedule: 1:30-2:00         Impromptu Sextet 2:00-2:40         Mood Swings Orchestra 2:40-3:00         Jazz on Six 3:00-3:40         Harvard Alumni Jazz Band 3:40-4:00         Westford Academy Jazz Combo                                                        4:00-4:40         Soft Touch Band 4:40-5:00         Concord-Carlisle High School Jazz Combo 5:00-5:40         Compaq Big Band 5:40-6:10         Sai Ghoise Quartet 6:10-7:00         Compaq Big Band     [less-]
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Melissa Kassel & Tom Zicarelli Group

06-04-2017

Presented by The Lily Pad at The Lily Pad, Cambridge
Upcoming Dates: Sun, Jun 04 @ 6:30 pm
Melissa Kassel - Voice Tom Zicarelli - Piano Special Guest Bruce Arnold - Guitar Dave Clark - Bass Gary Fieldman - Drums
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Urbanity featuring Albare and Phil Turcio

06-08-2017

Presented by Ryles Jazz Club at Ryles Jazz Club, Cambridge
Upcoming Dates: Thu, Jun 08 @ 8:30 pm
A 27-year personal and professional friendship between Albert “Albare” Dadon and pianist Phil Turcio has manifested in the band Urbanity, along with Gerry Pantazis on drums and Peter Mollica on bass. Music Critic Matt O’Neill describes... [more+]
A 27-year personal and professional friendship between Albert “Albare” Dadon and pianist Phil Turcio has manifested in the band Urbanity, along with Gerry Pantazis on drums and Peter Mollica on bass. Music Critic Matt O’Neill describes Albere as one of Australian jazz’s most influential figures, and Albare describes Phil as his musical soulmate. [less-]
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ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL

06-09-2017

Presented by Burlington Community Concert Series at Fogelberg Performing Arts Center of Burlington High School, Burlington
Upcoming Dates: Fri, Jun 09 @ 7:30 pm
Burlington Community Concert Series is taking a trip down "Route 66" in the final concert of the season with ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL, the country's premier Texas Swing band on Friday, June 9 at 7:30 pm. The performance takes place in the Fogelberg... [more+]
Burlington Community Concert Series is taking a trip down "Route 66" in the final concert of the season with ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL, the country's premier Texas Swing band on Friday, June 9 at 7:30 pm. The performance takes place in the Fogelberg Performing Arts Center of Burlington High School. ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL has constantly toured at a national level through it's 40+ year history, and includes an alumni roster of well over 80 musicians, many of whom have gone on to perform with artists such as Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, Lyle Lovett, Ryan Adams and many more. With it's unique combination of American blues, swing and traditional fiddling elements, "The Wheel plays music that is timeless, infectious and meant for dancing" (Dallas Observer, 2014). [less-]
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Brookline Porchfest 2017

06-10-2017

Presented by Brookline Music School at Brookline Music School, Brookline
Upcoming Dates: Sat, Jun 10 @ 12:00 pm
Brookline Porchfest features over 80 local musicians performing classical, jazz, bossa nova, HONK, rock, blues, R&B, typewriters, old-time & country music all throughout Brookline. Brookline’s second annual Porchfest will be held on Saturday,... [more+]
Brookline Porchfest features over 80 local musicians performing classical, jazz, bossa nova, HONK, rock, blues, R&B, typewriters, old-time & country music all throughout Brookline. Brookline’s second annual Porchfest will be held on Saturday, June 10th from 12:00pm to 6pm with a rain date of Saturday, June 17th [less-]
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Nextet Duo - Nate n' Dave play Jazz Lunch!

06-10-2017

Presented by Nate Aronow Nextet at Middle East Corner Bar, Cambridge
Upcoming Dates: Sat, Jun 10 @ 1:00 pm
The Dynamic Duo of Nate (piano) and Dave McQ (bass), the brawn behind the Nate Aronow Nextet, play Jazz Lunch at the Middle East Corner Bar in Central Square Cambridge Saturday from 1-3pm. Groovy jazzy ambient sounds will surround you as you... [more+]
The Dynamic Duo of Nate (piano) and Dave McQ (bass), the brawn behind the Nate Aronow Nextet, play Jazz Lunch at the Middle East Corner Bar in Central Square Cambridge Saturday from 1-3pm. Groovy jazzy ambient sounds will surround you as you enjoy the Zuzu restaurant's great selection of brunch and lunch fare, both American and Middle Eastern. Very tasty and inexpensive. And no cover charge! [less-]
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