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Events for November 3, 2017
4:30 – Free workshop open to public 7:00 – Opening acts: Hall High School Jazz Combo I and Jazz Band 8:00 – Eric Alexander Quartet Eric Alexander-saxophone David Kikowski-piano Nat Reeves-bass Joe Farnsworth-drums General Admission Tickets: HJS Members: $15 in advance/$20 at the door Non-HJS Members: $20 in advance/ $25 at the door Students: $5 [...]Find out more
The jazz trio Songevity will perform at Westminster Nov. 3 as part of the schools’ Friday Nights at Westminster, a series of readings and concerts held during the academic year. Songevity’s most recent CD, “Safe in Sound,” was released in 2016. The trio includes Rob Duguay on the bass, Noah Preminger on the tenor saxophone [...]Find out more
The Doug Hewitt Group will perform songs from his CD Roots In The Sky, plus exciting arrangements of jazz covers. Doug -guitar & vocals, Alan Kurtz -drums, Alex Meisner -sax, Mark Sims -bass, Mitch Pine -piano. A splendid time is guaranteed for all! Roots In The Sky CD http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/doughewitt2 GLOWING reviews of Roots In The [...]Find out more
Steven Feifke – Piano Raviv Markovitz – Bass Bryan Carter – Drums Join the Yale Undergraduate Jazz Collective for the third installment of our Fall Underbrook Series. This week features a concert and masterclass by a renowned “monster-talent,” the pianist and composer Steven Feifke. Concert starts at 8pm, masterclass at 7pm. Both are free and open [...]Find out more
$20 / $18 Seniors, students, military / $17 Norwich Arts Center members Norwich native son Johnnie-Lee Walton plays the music of one of the greatest saxophone players of all time and a "Hall of Fame Legend." Call 860-887-2789 to make a reservations Or Purchase Tickets NowFind out more
https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?show=79101 8:30 pm ($20) and 10 pm ($15) This event takes place in the unusually intimate setting of the venue's acoustically engineered recording studio, which the New York Times' Nate Chinen has called "the pre-eminent spot for improvised music in the region.”Find out more