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PRESENTS

10 DAYS OF LI VE MUS IC

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MAPLE STREET SIX 6:00

SATURDAY JUNE 2

LEFT EAR TRIO 7:30

SUNDAY JUNE 3

WEDNESDAY JUNE 6

PAUL ASBELL JAZZ QUARTET 5:30

THURSDAY JUNE 7

NORTHERN SPY 5:30

FLATBREAD FAMILY BAND

DR. SAMMY LOVE

MONDAY JUNE 4

SATURDAY JUNE 9

12:00

THEA WREN 5:30

TUESDAY JUNE 5

DAN RYAN EXPRESS 5:30

FRIDAY JUNE 8 6:00

MLS AND FRIENDS 7:30

SUNDAY JUNE 10

HIGH SUMMER 12:00

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WELCOME GREETINGS FROM JOHN J. DWYER, JR. PRESIDENT AND CEO OF NEFCU

Welcome to the 35th annual Burlington Discover Jazz Festival, the largest musical festival in Vermont and a showcase for talented performers from around our region. The festival is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year with 10 days of great performances and special events at venues throughout town. The jazz fest is a prestigious and highly-anticipated event for those of us who live in the community. Not only do we get to enjoy first-class musical performances, we also get the chance to share our jewel of a city with music-loving visitors. If you’ve been here before, then welcome back! If this is your first time to Burlington, then I suggest you take some time to explore the surrounding countryside and discover why we believe northwestern Vermont is such a great place to live and do business. All of us at New England Federal Credit Union are delighted to lend our support to this marvelous annual event, and we look forward to seeing you there!

GREETINGS FROM BURLINGTON MAYOR MIRO WEINBERGER This year, the Burlington Discover Jazz Festival celebrates 35 years of spreading live music across our remarkable city. The 2018 lineup welcomes a new generation of innovators who are bringing a fresh take on the honored tradition that is jazz. Preservation Hall Jazz Band, a staple of the New Orleans music scene, is bringing new life to their lineup with some of the most successful young musicians from the Crescent City. Tony-award winner Leslie Odom Jr., famous for his role in the original cast of Broadway smash Hamilton, is coming to Burlington for the first time with a sold out crowd at the Flynn. Church Street comes alive with music thanks in large part to generous support from individuals, local businesses, and partner organizations. Thirty-five years later, it is paramount that we continue to make arts and culture accessible to everyone in our communities. I would like to thank the dedicated and hardworking festival staff, as well as Burlington City Arts, Burlington Parks, Recreation & Waterfront, the Church Street Marketplace, and the hundreds of generous volunteers who bring this festival to life each year. Special thanks to the hard-working musicians that transform our city into an amazing celebration of live music. Enjoy, and I look forward to seeing you there!

FESTIVAL MISSION To broaden awareness and appreciation of jazz through quality live performances of national and regional scope; present educational activities that illuminate the art form for students of all ages and backgrounds; showcase Vermont and regional jazz artists, including students; and create a vital city-wide community festival that contributes to the national jazz dialogue. As a department of the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, the Burlington Discover Jazz Festival is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Festival Information & Accessibility Services....................7 Sponsors & Partners..............10-11 Discover Burlington....................15 Ed Bemis Scholarship.................15 Paul Brana Memorial Fund.......15 Friends of the Discover Jazz......16 NEFCU’s Music on the Marketplace.................................17 Artist-in-Residence Program......18 Listening Sessions.................18-19 Meet the Artist Interviews.........19 Film Screenings..........................20 Jazz Fest at The BCA Center.....21 Festival Staff & Advisors............53 Round Town Listings Winooski.................................54-55 Round Town Listings Burlington..............................56-58 Full Schedule..........................59-62 Festival Map - Burlington..........63

FRIDAY, JUNE 1 Levitate Live...............................23 Preservation Hall Jazz Band......25

SATURDAY, JUNE 2 Big Joe Burrell Day....................26 Chucho Valdés - Jazz Batá.........27 West End Blend..........................28 Camille Thurman & The Darrell Green Trio...............28 New Orleans Swamp Donkeys with Black Market: A Tribute to Weather Report.......................29

MONDAY, JUNE 4 Allison Miller’s Boom Tic Boom...30

TUESDAY, JUNE 5 Jennifer Hartswick & Nick Cassarino............................30

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6 Johnny O’Neal Trio.....................31 Nikki Don’t Lose That Number, The Nth Power Does the Dan.....31

THURSDAY, JUNE 7 Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill.........................................36 Cory Henry & The Funk Apostles, Soul Rebels, The Nth Power.......37 Bill Frisell Trio featuring Thomas Morgan & Rudy Royston............38

FRIDAY, JUNE 8 Sasha Berliner.............................38 Leslie Odom Jr............................39 NBC 5 Friday Night Block Party, Mal Maïz......................................46

SATURDAY, JUNE 9 Belizbeha // Madaila, Also, Dwight & Nicole.................47 Anat Cohen & Choro Aventuroso........................48

SUNDAY, JUNE 10 Nicole Mitchell & Christina Wheeler: Iridescent....48 Rhiannon Giddens, Also, Amythyst Kiah...................49

SUNDAY, JUNE 3 Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah............................29

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FESTIVAL INFORMATION & ACCESSIBILITY SERVICES Visit the Festival Store and Information Booth daily from Noon-7pm in front of City Hall on the Church Street Marketplace for information and official Discover Jazz merchandise.

ACCESSIBILITY SERVICES Please request accessibility services when ordering tickets. Relay calls are welcome: contact the Vermont Relay Service by dialing 711 or calling 800-253-0191 TTY. Accessible seating and personal curbside assistance are available at Flynn Center events. Accessible parking is available on Main Street in front of the Flynn Center or next to City Hall and in most downtown parking garages. Accessible entrances, restrooms, and drop-off/pick-up areas are available at the Waterfront Tent. FlynnSpace is accessible by elevator and accessible restrooms are located in the Flynn MainStage lobby and FlynnSpace lobby. For accessibility information at ‘Round Town venues, please contact the venue directly (page 56). Assistive listening devices are available free of charge at the concession counters at the Flynn Center. American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation, Deaf-Blind interpretation, and/or Live Captioning are available upon request with sufficient notice. To arrange interpretation or captioning, contact the FlynnTix Regional Box Office. Audio Description is available upon request with 10 business days notice. Large-print and Braille programs for events at the Flynn Center are available upon request with 10 business days notice Please contact 802-863-7992 with any additional accessibility service questions.

TICKETS. FlynnTix Regional Box Office Ticket Window: 153 Main Street, Burlington, Vermont 05401 Special extended hours during the festival! Monday, May 28: Closed for Memorial Day. Tuesday, May 29 to Sunday, June 10: • Monday-Friday: 10am to Showtime (close at 6pm if no performance—an extra hour!) • Saturday June 2: 11am-Showtime • Sunday, June 3: 45 minutes prior to each show • Saturday June 9: 11am-4pm + 45 minutes prior to each FlynnSpace show • Sunday, June 10: 5:15-8pm Charge by phone: 802-86-FLYNN or 802-863-5966, V/relay Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm and Saturday, 11am-4pm Order online at flynntix.org Open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week For Waterfront Tent shows, tickets can be picked up in person at the Flynn box office before 2pm on the day of the show or on-site starting at 5pm.

DISCOUNTS. • AARP Members get 15% off the ticket price of these Flynn MainStage performances: Preservation Hall Jazz Band on Friday, June 1 and Rhiannon Giddens on Sunday, June 10. Proof of AARP membership is required. Discount is only available by phone or in person. • Children ten and under are admitted FREE at the Waterfront Tent events. • Teen Tix Program: $10 rush tickets to Flynn MainStage and FlynnSpace shows are sold on the day of the show to those 13-19 years of age. Discount is only available in-person at the box office window.

FESTIVAL PARKING. • Downtown Events: Parking garages and lots are centrally located on St. Paul St., Cherry St., Bank St. and S. Winooski Ave. Parking in the primary downtown zone is free after 10pm. On Sundays, parking is free. Visit parkburlington.com for a map and more information. • Waterfront Tent: Paid parking is available at the College Street Garage near the Hilton Hotel on Battery St., the Lakeview Garage near the Hotel Vermont on Cherry St., and at Main Street Landing. • Secure Bike Parking: Travel by bike and beat the traffic. Free and secure bike parking is available at Waterfront Tent shows. Drop off your bike (or stroller or trailer) to one of the trained staff of volunteers, who will watch it closely while you are enjoying your event. • Public Restrooms: Public restrooms are available at City Hall at the corner of Church Street and Main Street, MondayFriday from 8am-4:30pm and Saturdays from 8am-2pm, and at Burlington Town Center at 49 Church Street, MondaySaturday from 10am-7pm and Sundays from 11am-5pm.

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PR ESEN TED BY

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UNDERWRITING SPONSORS

HEADLINE SPONSORS

SUPPORTING SPONSORS

CONTRIBUTING SPONSORS

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SATURDAY, JUNE 2

THURSDAY, JUNE 7TH

NECTAR’S: BURLINGTON DISCOVER JAZZ FESTIVAL PRESENTS: NEW ORLEANS SWAMP DONKEYS WITH BLACK MARKET: A TRIBUTE TO WEATHER REPORT [9 PM] CLUB METRONOME: DALTON & THE SHERIFFS WITH FRAN BRIAND [6PM DOORS] RETRONOME FT. FATTIE B [9:30PM DOORS]

SUNDAY, JUNE 3RD NECTAR’S: MI YARD REGGAE NIGHT WITH DJS BIG DOG AND JAHSON [9 PM]

MONDAY, JUNE 4TH

NECTAR’S: AN EVENING WITH BARIKA [9:30 PM] CLUB METRONOME: A TRIBUTE TO BIG JOE BURRELL WITH THE UNKNOWN BLUES BAND AND FRIENDS [7PM]

FRIDAY, JUNE 8TH NECTAR’S: THE BIG TAKEOVER & STEADY BETTY: A ROCKSTEADY SOUND CLASH [9 PM] CLUB METRONOME: A SPECIAL FRIDAY NIGHT EDITION OF DEAD SET FT. MEMBERS OF MELVIN SEALS & JGB, PHIL & FRIENDS, MOE., TREY ANASTASIO BAND AND MORE! [9PM]

NECTAR’S: STAX: A VERMONT TRIBUTE TO BOOKER T & THE MG’S FT. TONY MARKELIS, RUSS LAWTON, COLIN LENOX, JOSH DOBBS AND SPECIAL GUESTS [9PM]

NECTAR’S: HARSH ARMADILLO WITH JUICE [9 PM]

CLUB METRONOME: METAL MONDAY #240 FT. WOLFHAND, HELLASCOPE AND THE WELL [9PM]

CLUB METRONOME: THE MEDALLIONS (NOT MADAILA): A WATERFRONT AFTER PARTY [10PM]

TUESDAY, JUNE 5TH

SUNDAY, JUNE 10TH

NECTAR’S: TUESDAY BLUESDAY // BIWEEKLY BLUES JAM HOSTED BY COLIN CRAIG & FRIENDS [6 PM]

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DEAD SET: A WEEKLY GRATEFUL DEAD JAM [9PM]


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DISCOVER BURLINGTON GETTING FROM A TO BTV

The Burlington Discover Jazz Festival has teamed up with the City of the Burlington for special pop-up style events to highlight the city’s investment in a multi-modal future. With recent improvements to public transportation, the bike path, and downtown parking garages, all paths lead to a vibrant downtown, complete with arts and culture, commerce, and social service agencies serving the region. Last year, the festival brought live performances to the Downtown Transit Center and the Lakeview Parking Garage. This year, the program highlights public transportation and recent improvements to the city’s beautiful bike paths.

SHARE A RIDE.

The parade will culminate in City Hall Park for the annual celebration of • 12-1:30pm – • 2-3:30pm – • 4-5:30pm –

BIG JOE BURRELL DAY.

AARON LUCCI QUINTET THE JAMES WILLIAMS BAND THE MAKANDA PROJECT

CITY OF BURLINGTON

THE ED BEMIS SCHOLARSHIP

The Burlington Discover Jazz Festival annually awards $2,000 to a focused high school senior who will be majoring or minoring in music in college. The scholarship celebrates the memory of Ed Bemis by helping students who, like Ed, exhibit a love, respect, and curiosity for jazz.

BRIAN MACDONALD

Saturday, June 2 at 1:30pm Have you checked out the new downtown bus station? Join us for a parade down Church Street starting at the Downtown Transit Center and ending at City Hall Park during the Burlington Farmers Market. Ride the bus on Saturday, June 2 and you may be joined by incredible local musicians.

BRIAN MACDONALD

JAZZ ON THE BUS AND SAMBATUCADA PARADE

BIKE TO THE FESTIVAL. Free and secure bike parking—like a coat check for your bike—is available at Waterfront Tent shows.

WATERFRONT TENT

CORY HENRY & THE FUNK APOSTLES ALSO THE SOUL REBELS AND NTH POWER

Thursday, June 7 – Doors and food at 5pm, Music at 6pm

BELIZBEHA // MADAILA DOUBLE BILL ALSO, DWIGHT & NICOLE

Saturday, June 9 – Doors and food at 5pm, Music at 6pm

PAUL BRANA MEMORIAL FUND

On behalf of friends and family of Vermont trumpeter Paul Brana, an annual program has been established to provide free workshops in Vermont schools; instilling an appreciation of jazz in the next generation. The program kicked off in 2016 with workshops at Middlebury, Fairfield, and South Burlington schools. To apply for a workshop at your school or contribute to this fund, visit discoverjazz.com/paulbrana.

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FRIENDS OF DISCOVER JAZZ Keep it free. Financial accessibility is a hallmark of the Burlington Discover Jazz Festival, ensuring everyone in the community can participate. These generous members of the festival help make it all happen and we cannot thank them enough. Become a Friend of Discover Jazz at discoverjazz.com/friends.

PRODUCER ($2500+) Jeff, Kirsten, Jeffrey, Hannah, and Olivia Belrose The Senft Miller Family

COMPOSER ($1000-$2499) Fred “Chico” Lager and Yvette Pigeon

BANDLEADER ($500-$999) Joyce Gallimore and Sam Swanson Ken Grillo and Joan Shannon Marjorie and Michael Lipson Sanders and Olivia Milens Joseph Piscotty and Carol Maulhardt

MASTER ($250-$499) W. Kemper and Catherine Alston Leslie Anderson Christian Behr Ed Carroll and Jackie Burke Richard and Becky Cassidy Brianne E. Chase James Clark David Denu Rocki Lee DeWitt and Josephine Herrera Mary Jane Dickerson David Ellenbogen Mary and Tom Evslin Jonathan Fenton and Liam Lustberg Patricia Fontaine Elisa Freeman and Brett Smith Janis and Howard Gogel Doreen Kraft and Marvin Fishman James and Anne Lampman Nancy McClellan and Elliot Douglas Vicki and Gary Niehaus William and Lisa Northup Linda Olson Clark and Lee Orsky Alan and Kathy Ouellette David Pocius David Roth Mark and Donna Saks Bob and Lisa G Schatz Robert and Susan Titterton Orly Yadin and Bob Summers

MESSENGER ($120-$249) Larry Abrams Mark, Jenn, and Ethan Behr Sandra Berbeco and David Coen Martha and Ira Bernstein Lee and Laura Bouyea James Brown and Vida Drungilaite

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Sara and Kelly Byers Timothy Clancy and James Allison Karen Claxton Joe Diebold Heather Dodge John and Sandra Dooley Stephen and Marian Feldman Steven Gold Simonne Gratton Paul Hagar Nicholas and Ann Marie Harmon Christine and Lee Hauslein Marc and Judith Kessler Linda Little and Brian McCarthy Gil Livingston and Amy Wright Michael and Ida McNamara Jane Mekkelsen and John Sealy Julia Mench Christopher and Penny Miller Laura and Kentaro Murakami Suzanne and Bud Oliveira Jennifer Owen-Adsit David and Mary Val Palumbo Wayne and Juarez Parenteau Donald Rendall and Rebecca Jewett Sandra and Michael Reynolds Michael Rosenberg and Pat Sears Aaron Roth Barbara Russ and Dean Williams Leigh Samuels and Richard Schaaf Kelly Scannell John Sealy and Jane Mekkelsen John P. Sokal and Louise Giovanella Daniel and Janet Steinbauer Pierre Swick and Laurie Hurowitz Joan Sylvester Paul Michael Tenan Frances Tobin and Dolly Fleming Eileen Underwood and Bob Musser Richard Wasserman and Abigail Foulk Laura J Williams

AFICIONADO ($50-$119) Leslie Abramson Frances and Peter Ahlstrom Ellen Andersen and Susan Harrington Karen Arnold Scot Aurenz Dale Azaria and Alan Matson Thomas Bacon Ellen Baier and Eddie and Audrey Plantilla Jonathan and Jeanne Barnes David RC Beckett Elizabeth Binder John and Amanda Blanchard Melissa Bland

Daniel Boisvert Ellen Booth and Joyce Watts Michael Bradbury Melissa Bradford Janet and Kevin Breen Bruce Brown David and Anne Brown Diana and David Brown Keith Brown and Jennifer Green Rod Carr Rachel and Francesca Castillo Roger Cline David Cohen Mary Conway Eric and Karen Corbman Kevin Cote Anne Cramer Ellen Crary Stephen Crowley and Nancy Hellen Mark Curran and Margaret Straub Richard, Nina, and Massimo Cusick and Marlee Ford Jen and Jean-Andre DeBedout Ann and Mark Dillenbeck Christine Dodson Kathleen Donohue and Scott Richards Chris Douglass Martha Elmes David and Anne Elston Paul Engels Paul Fassler Ian Ferris Kevin Figueroa and Mary Duggan Alan Gladstone and Elizabeth Burns Ivan Goldstein Marv and Diane Greenberg Charles Haas and Kathy Davidow Kathy Hall Rob and Susan Hall Susan Harrington and Erin Andersen Edwin Harvey and Martha Mutz Jaimesen and Erin Miller Heins Amy Hoffman and Jeanne Posner Becky Holt and Scot Barker Virginia L. Hood Stephen Howe Dana Hutchinson Ronald and Sandra Kilburn Jonathan Kissam and Heather Riemer Jane Knodell and Ted Wimpey Nancy Knox and Tom Porter Anthony Kramer Elizabeth Lasdon Walt Levering Todd R. Lockwood Lorissa MacAllister Tom and Peg Maffitt Linda Magoon and Arthur Swanson

Alan Matson and Dale Azaria Carol Maulhardt and Joe Piscotty Nina and John Mazuzan Anne McCoy David and Patricia McGarry Barbara McGrew Maureen McLaughlin Amy Mellencamp and Charles P. Smith Meyer Family Fund Nadia and Vincent Mitchell Ann Moffett Wende Morgan Linda K Morrell Steven Morvay Mack Moulin and her Thunderbuddies John and Anna Noonan Jessica Nordhaus and Michael Sheeser Thomas and MaryBeth Nuovo Louise O’Brien Susan O’Kane Amy Otten and Ralph Kilmoyer Sharon Panitch and Richard Hecht Betsy Patrick Dhyano and Bill Pierson Emily Place Elaine Price Schwartz and Joshua Schwartz Tammy Pudlo and Melissa Bland Ellen Rapalje Eric and Amanda Rasco Glory Reinstein Andrew Robinson and Jan Waterman Erin Roche and Mark and Chance Koenig Earl Rosen Paul and Megs Rosenberg Matthew and Deborah Saltus Benjamin and Denise Sanders Ken Schatz and Trinka Kerr Todd Schlossberg and Christina Bullard Neil Schumacher Geeda Searfoorce Bill Sebell Wayne Senville and Lila Shapero Cara Simone and Dr. Michael Rapaport Brian Slopey Robert Smith and Jeffrey Martin Paul and Connie Stabler Livy and Loren Strong Anne Treadwell Jeffrey Trubisz and Shayne Trubisv Abbie and Nathan Tykocki Veronica Uss Vermont Gynecology Tom Wilson and Kristin Blodgett Martha Woodman Daniel Woodworth Michael Young


NEFCU’S MUSIC ON THE MARKETPLACE

FREE

10 DAYS OF

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FREE LIVE MUSIC JUNE 1-10, NOON-8PM

With over 100 hours of free live music, the festival is truly a community event that everyone can attend.

SPECIAL EVENTS

LEVITATE LIVE

featuring tubafresh, Manwolves, and smalltalker Friday, June 1 Top Block Stage 7-11pm (page 23)

BIG JOE BURRELL DAY

featuring The James Williams Band and The Makanda Project Saturday, June 2 City Hall Park 12-5:30pm (page 26)

SCHOOL PERFORMANCES Monday-Friday, June 4-8 Church Street Marketplace 11:30am-6:45pm (page 59-62)

NBC 5 FRIDAY NIGHT BLOCK PARTY

PHOTO: LUKE AWTRY

with Mal Maïz Friday, June 8 Top Block Stage 5-8pm (page 46)

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ARTIST IN RESIDENCE

ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE ANAT COHEN

The Artist-in-Residence program invites celebrated jazz musicians to spend time in our community, participate in local music education programs, and engage with festival goers, local groups, and students of jazz. The program emphasizes the importance of a meaningful and multi-layered cultural exchange in expanding jazz audiences. This year, acclaimed clarinetist-saxophonist Anat Cohen joins the festival to participate in a range of events touching hundreds of Vermonters and festival patrons with her expressive virtuosity and delightful stage presence.

PANEL DISCUSSION: WOMEN IN JAZZ

PUBLIC EVENTS

LISTENING SESSION: DISCOVER CHORO

Thursday, June 7, 5:30-6:30pm The Amy E. Tarrant Gallery, Free Join Anat Cohen as she moves through choro, the Brazilian genre of music serving as the foundation of her FlynnSpace performance later in the week.

MEET THE ARTIST INTERVIEW

Saturday, June 9, 4:30-5:30pm • FlynnSpace, Free Hosted by Steve MacQueen (page 19)

PERFORMANCE: ANAT COHEN & CHORO AVENTUROSO Saturday, June 9, 7pm & 9:30pm • FlynnSpace $40 per show (page 48) Flynn Jazz Endowment

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Panelists: Sasha Berliner, Anat Cohen, and Jennifer Hartswick. Moderated by: Chelsea Lafayette, Discover Jazz Festival’s Managing Director Friday, June 8, 6-7pm • FlynnSpace, Free For the past year, a long-overdue conversation about women in jazz – and specifically the opportunities denied them through the ingrained sexism in the jazz world – has been a major part of the national jazz dialogue. From a tone-deaf blogpost conversation between two prominent male jazz artists through the recent formation of the We Have Voice collective, the topic has come to the fore as never before. For Discover Jazz, this conversation is furthered by a panel of accomplished female musicians including Sasha Berliner, whose open letter to those ‘two prominent male jazz artists’ was one of the year’s most resounding statements.


MEET THE ARTISTS CHRISTIAN SCOTT ATUNDE ADJUAH . Sunday, June 3 FlynnSpace 3:30-4:30pm

FREE

ALLISON MILLER. Monday, June 4 FlynnSpace 4:30-5:30pm Hosted by Llu MulvaneyStanak

SHERVIN LAINEZ

Hosted by Ray Vega

BILL FRISELL.

ANAT COHEN.

Thursday, June 7 Saturday, June 9 FlynnSpace FlynnSpace 4:00-5:00pm 4:30-5:30pm Hosted by Steve MacQueen

SHERVIN LAINEZ

Hosted by Bill Ellis

CHAD MCCULLOUGH

MEET THE HOSTS RAY VEGA.

LLU MULVANEY-STANAK.

A native of the South Bronx, trumpeter Ray Vega’s move to Vermont years ago was one of the best things to happen to the Burlington music scene. In addition to serving on the faculty of the University of Vermont music department and hosting Jazz Wednesdays at Juniper, Vega was recently named the new host of Friday Night Jazz on Vermont Public Radio.

Llu Mulvaney-Stanak, also known as DJ Llu, can be found at weekly radio gigs on WRUV and WBTV. Llu independently hosts and produces the podcast “Mic Drop with DJ Llu,” featuring interviews and music of artists touring through Vermont.

RELATED EVENT: Listening Session: The Afro-Cuban Jazz Suite Hosted by Ray Vega Saturday June 9, 2-3pm Amy E. Tarrant Gallery Free

WILLIAM ELLIS, PHD. Currently serving a professor in the Music Department at St. Michael’s College, Bill Ellis received his PhD in Musicology from the University of Memphis, bringing a depth of knowledge to his interview with Bill Frisell.

STEVE MACQUEEN. Artistic Director of the Burlington Discover Jazz Festival and the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts will host Anat Cohen’s Meet the Artist interview (see details above).

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DISCOVER JAZZ FILM SERIES

BLUE NOTE RECORDS: JAZZ AMBASSADORS: THE UNTOLD STORY OF AMERICA’S BEYOND THE NOTES COOLEST WEAPON IN THE COLD WAR

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DIRECTED BY SOPHIE HUBER 2018, 85 MINUTES

THURSDAY, MAY 31, 8PM SPECIAL BENEFIT SCREENING

MERRILL’S ROXY CINEMA - $15

DIRECTED BY HUGO BERKELEY 2018, 90 MINUTES, DIRECTOR’S CUT

SUNDAY JUNE 10, 3PM

BCA CENTER - FREE

In 1956, America announced a new Cold War weapon to The film explores the vision behind the iconic American combat the USSR; jazz musicians like Louis Armstrong, jazz record label. Through current recording sessions, rare Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie and Dave Brubeck, along archive footage and conversations with iconic Blue Note with their racially-integrated band, would cross the globe to artists, the film reveals an intimate perspective of a legacy counter negative Soviet propaganda about racial inequality that continues to be vital in today’s political climate. in America. But the unfolding Civil Rights movement back Legendary artists Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter home come together with today’s generation of groundbreaking . . . . .forced . . . . . .these . . . . .cultural . . . . . . . ambassadors . . . . . . . . . . . .into . . . .a. .moral . . . . .bind: ............. how could they promote a tolerant image of America abroad Blue Note artists such as Robert Glasper and Ambrose when equality remained an unrealized dream? This is the Akinmusire to record an All-Stars album. These reflections story of how jazz musicians fought back, winning Civil lead us back to the highly influential figures of the past on Rights a voice on the world stage when it needed one most. which the legacy of Blue Note is built: Thelonious Monk, Bud Powell, John Coltrane, Art Blakey, Horace Silver and . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .......................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miles Davis.

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JAZZ FEST AT THE BCA CENTER

LAUREN COSTELLO

FREE

LOUPO WITH STEPH & DANNY

TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 6-7PM

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 6-7PM

Ouzkxqlzn is the solo project of Lauren Costello and is music made with cello, guitar, vocals, tape, field recordings, and noise to create textural song music. It can be described as experimental sound collage and story within melody and song structure.

Luie La Hart, AKA Loupo, is a Burlington based producer bringing a fresh sound, using hip hop beats and old vocal samples, and mixing them with real instrumentation from Burlington musicians including Steph Heaghney (vocals), Danny Whitney (keys), and Max Bronstein (bass).

BCA SUMMER CONCERTS . ................. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........................................ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....................

THE MOON AND YOU

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 12PM

MYRA FLYNN

WITH PAUL BOFFA AND DAVE GRIPPO

THE JAZZ THIEVES

FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 12PM

Married songwriters and multiThe Jazz Thieves sound has been THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 12PM instrumentalists Ryan Furstenberg Singer/songwriter Myra Flynn spends forged in the and grit and hustle of and Melissa Hyman craft a compelling, her career embracing dichotomy. Half New York City’s jazz and independent acoustic Americana sound that is at music scenes, absorbing their aesthetic Irish and half African American, her once excitingly inventive and cozily and spirit from venues which feature original indie/soul songs blend soulful familiar. The duo’s ever-evolving modern pop, old-school soul, eclectic rock vocals with a lyrical delivery that output encompasses a wide range of doesn’t let one get too comfortable. Her and straight ahead jazz. They are led American roots music, and is flavored new album Never Mind the Mourning by the bassist/composer/lyricist John by contributions from a rotating cast of is her first exploration in the direction Gray, and feature Matt Robbins on . ................. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....................................vocals .... . . .and . . . .keyboard, . . . . . . . . .Ayumi . . . .................... super-talented friends. Ishito on of indie/pop, sneaking in themes of saxophone, and Tim Ford on drums. American warfare, infidelity, and domestic abuse between the sugary sounds.

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At a moment when musical streams are crossing with unprecedented frequency, New Orleans remains the point at which sounds and cultures from around the world converge, mingle, and resurface. Nowhere is that idea more vividly embodied than in the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, which has held the torch of New Orleans music aloft for more than 50 years. PHJB redefines what New Orleans music means in 2018 by stretching back to the city’s Afro-Cuban roots, through its common ancestry with the Afrobeat of Fela Kuti and the Fire Music of Pharoah Sanders and John Coltrane, and forward to cutting-edge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ......................... . . . . . . . . . . .artists . . . . . .with . . . . .whom . . . . . the PHJB have shared festival stages from Coachella to Newport, including legends like Stevie Wonder, Elvis Costello and the Grateful Dead and modern giants like My Morning Jacket, Arcade Fire, and the Black Keys.

JAZZ BAND

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BIG JOE BURRELL DAY SATURDAY, JUNE 2 12-5:30PM

CITY HALL PARK, FREE

Spend the day in City Hall Park honoring the late Big Joe Burrell, legendary saxophonist and mentor to many musicians in Burlington for over 30 years.

AARON LUCCI QUINTET 12-1:30PM

Aaron Lucci comes straight out of the UVM jazz program with his group representing the next generation of jazz in Burlington. Among the youngest musicians to be featured at Ray Vega’s weekly Jazz Wednesdays at Hotel Vermont, Lucci traces his influences to Wayne Shorter and Chris Potter.

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JAMES WILLIAMS BAND

............................................................ 2-3:30PM Coming to Burlington straight from his home in the Treme neighborhood of New Orleans, James Williams brings the unmistakable sound immortalized by the late great Louis Armstrong. Founder of the New Orleans Swamp Donkeys (catch them at Nectar’s later on the same night at 9pm!), he represents a new generation with fresh take on the early years of jazz.

THE MAKANDA PROJECT 4-5:30PM

The Makanda Project is a Boston-based ensemble dedicated to performing the previously unrecorded ............................................................ compositions of jazz luminary Makanda Ken McIntyre. The group gives regular free concerts in Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood, sharing Makanda’s music while adding their own individual and collective voices to his often overlooked .compositions. ...........................................................

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“A hurricane where the Buena Vistas were a summer breeze.” —The Guardian

CHUCHO VALDÉS

Winner of six Grammy Awards and three Latin Grammy Awards, the Cuban pianist, composer, arranger, and bandleader Chucho Valdés has been a key figure in the evolution of Afro-Cuban jazz for the past 50 years. In 1972, Chucho released his fourth album, a trio recording with bass and batá drums entitled simply, Jazz Batá. This ten-song exploration of the descarga roots of Cuban jazz was a departure from his early quintet recordings. Blending jazz with traditional rhythms of the sacred batá, the music showcased Chucho’s virtuosity and formed the . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .......................... . . . . . . . . . . . stylistic . . . . . . . .foundation . . . . . . . . . of what would become Chucho’s historymaking group, Irakere. Decades later, Chucho returns to the Jazz Batá sound, joined by bassist Yelsy Heredia, plus percussionists Dreiser Durruthy Bombalé and Yaroldy Abreu Robles in a journey to discover modern interpretations of classic forms.

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“First class saxophonist that blows the proverbial roof off the place.” —All About Jazz

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Since their conception, West End Blend has been playing their version of funk and soul in venues all over the Northeast. Fronted by vocalist Erica T. Bryan, the band pays homage to classic throwback sounds while adding their own distinct vibe and flair. Behind her, the Blend packs two guitars, a two-piece horn section, bass, keyboards, and drums onto stages every night. From humble beginnings in an epic sweaty funky basement dance party, their goal is to bring that same atmosphere to every show.

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On the saxophone, she earns comparisons to Joe Henderson and Dexter Gordon. As a vocalist, she’s likened to Ella Fitzgerald and Betty Carter. As a composer, she’s collaborated with Wynton Marsalis, Dianne Reeves, Alicia Keys, and other giants of jazz. “Rising star” (DownBeat) Camille Thurman is a true triple threat. Her remarkable virtuosity . . . . . . . . .informs . . . . . . .each . . . . of . . .her . . .endeavors . . . . . . . . .with . . . . .equal . . . . .force, .............. unmistakably notable in her ebullient, wild scat singing. Thurman performs at the Flynn with Darrell Green, a highly in-demand drummer whose style is rooted in modern post-bop while retaining elements of his gospel and classical lineage.

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CHAMPLAIN COLLEGE

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“The Donkeys carry a torch for the vintage New Orleans kind, and with a vengeance: in full flight they’re an exuberant and fairly unstoppable force.” –The Scotsman

NEW ORLEANS SWAMP DONKEYS

ALSO, BLACK MARKET: A TRIBUTE TO WEATHER REPORT SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 9PM

NECTAR’S, $7, 21+

The New Orleans Swamp Donkeys Traditional Jass Band was formed in 2012 and specializes in hot jazz for the contemporary listener. They recall “the New Orleans music of roughly a century ago, with youthful, high-spirited aplomb, ” (New York Times).

ELISE BENNETT

James Williams, Trumpet & Vox; Ricardo Pascal, Sax & Clarinet; Jon Gross, Sousaphone; Miles Lyons, .. .Trombone; . . . . . . . . . .Joseph . . . . . . . Faison, ........................... Banjo; Jams Marotta,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Percussion

CHRISTIAN SCOTT ATUNDE ADJUAH SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 6PM & 8:30PM

FLYNNSPACE, $40 PER SHOW Two-time Edison Award–winning and Grammy-nominated

.. .Christian . . . . . . . . . .Scott . . . . . .aTunde . ........................... . . . .in .................... Adjuah grew up immersed ritual Mardi Gras Indian traditions. The New Orleans native plays what he calls Stretch Music—a proud hybrid of styles and approaches, with a strong underlay of groove. Heralded by JazzTimes as “jazz’s young style God,” Adjuah’s latest releases feature enough acoustic drum kits, 808s, and samples mixed with distorted flute solos to make Gucci Mane or Metro Boomin jealous. Touring since he was in his teens (his uncle is prolific saxophone player Donald Harrison Jr.), he has toured with Thom Yorke and even spent time with Prince when the late legend was putting together a jazz supergroup.

“Every bit a son of New Orleans, and in every sense a citizen of the world.” —NPR


ALLISON MILLER’S BOOM TIC BOOM MONDAY, JUNE 4, 7PM

FLYNNSPACE, $30

SHERVIN LAINEZ

Allison Miller is the extraordinary drummer, composer, and leader of Boom Tic Boom, a band featuring recent “Allison is a Discover Jazz fest alums Myra Melford (piano) and Jenny refreshingly Scheinman (violin) as well as Jeff Lederer (clarinet), honest player. Kirk Knuffke (cornet), and Todd Sickafoose (bass). She plays as she Miller’s project is a slight meandering from her previous is, which is great Brandi Carlile,. .Natalie . .work . . . . backing .. . . . . . .up . . singer-songwriters . . . .......................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . .because . . . . . . . . .she . is Merchant, and Ani DiFranco, but here she’s given the space such an opento craft exploratory, smart pieces that range from wild hearted, humble, improvisation to masterclasses in dynamics. The band’s graceful person.” records have topped best-of charts by Downbeat, the LA —Ani DiFranco Times, and the Jazz Journalists Association. Recently, Miller sat in with the 8G Band on Late Night with Seth Meyers.

JENNIFER HARTSWICK & NICK CASSARINO TUESDAY, JUNE 5 7PM & 9:30PM

FLYNNSPACE, $30 PER SHOW

. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .......................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nationally-renowned native Vermonters Jennifer Hartswick and Nick Cassarino reunite in FlynnSpace for an evening of soulful bonhomie and prodigious playing. Friends since high school, the duo is a natural fit, having performed together in several projects and each nurturing impressive careers individually. Hartswick has been a mainstay in Phish frontman Trey Anastasio’s band while Nick is earning rising-star status with thunderous funk bringers, The Nth Power. This concert features material from Jen’s forthcoming album, as well as other selections that come from each of their past projects.

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“Cassarino and Hartswick have never combined forces for a duo tour. The pair will finally right that.” —JamBase


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“The easygoing charm of Johnny O’Neal’s vocal delivery can sometimes overshadow the brilliant clarity of his piano playing.” —WBGP

JOHNNY O’NEAL TRIO WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 7PM

“A gospel-funk blend of the sacred and the profane.” —Burlington Free Press

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Neo-bop pianist/vocalist and Detroit native Johnny O’Neal is an outstanding interpreter of a wide range of styles, evoking the influences of his idols Oscar Peterson and Art Tatum. Fusing ease and sensitivity with a swinging and melodic approach, he has played with jazz giants such as Clark Terry, Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, and Dizzy Gillespie in the ’80s New York scene, and took on the role of his hero Art Tatum in the 2004 biopic Ray. His latest project, In the Moment, was released last fall and ranges from blues to straight-ahead, and post-bop to pop.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 9PM

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Relentlessly funky trio The Nth Power channels their goosebump-giving soul through the ubiquitously cool shuffles, slides, and snark of Steely Dan. The band certainly carries enough wattage to handle the Dan’s famously polished complexities, with its members hailing from diverse musical backgrounds including powerhouse drummer Nikki Glaspie (Beyonce, Dumpstaphunk), bassist Nate Edgar (Groovechild, John Brown’s Body), and Nick Cassarino (Jennifer Hartswick Band). Brickdrop is a high impact blast of up-tempo dance, funk, jazz, and R&B with a rock attitude reminiscent of the ‘70s Herbie Hancock era.

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It’s 1959 and jazz legend Billie Holiday is playing a seedy bar in Philadelphia. It will be one of her last performances. As she shares stories about her stormy personal life, her . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . battle with addiction and her ground-breaking vocal style. She also, of course, sings.

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Featuring a sensational score, including God Bless The Child, What a Little Moonlight Can Do, and Strange Fruit, this haunting play with captivating insights of the life of one of the greatest jazz singers of all time, is not to be missed. This production contains language that may not be suitable for children under 16.


“Grammy-winner Cory Henry and his band, The Funk Apostles, serve up a sermon of soulful bliss.” —Denver Post

CORY HENRY & THE FUNK APOSTLES THE SOUL REBELS ALSO, THE NTH POWER

THURSDAY, JUNE 7

Cory Henry & The Funk Apostles is the newest project of Brooklyn native Cory Henry, a member of two-time Grammy Award-winning jazz-R&B group Snarky Puppy. On his instrument of choice—the Hammond B-3 organ—Henry features his dynamic and improvisational performances of music ranging from old gospel to Stevie Wonder. Described by the Village Voice as “the missing link between Public Enemy and Louis Armstrong,” The Soul Rebels have become international ambassadors of the New Orleans brass sound, and their electric live shows create a funky, party-like atmosphere that gets everybody groovin’. Fronted by local favorite Nick Cassarino, funk trio The Nth Power opens the show. WNCS 104.7 (in larger or bolder print as it is the primary frequency) 93.3 100.3 89.1

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“Bill Frisell plays the guitar like Miles Davis played the trumpet: in the hands of such radical thinkers, their instruments simply become different animals.” —New Yorker

BILL FRISELL TRIO FEATURING THOMAS MORGAN AND RUDY ROYSTON THURSDAY, JUNE 7 7PM & 9:30PM

“Sasha wields a technique and musical sense that portends a thrilling career.” —Hot House Jazz Magazine

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SASHA BERLINER FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 10PM

FLYNNSPACE, $30

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FLYNNSPACE, $40 PER SHOW Bill Frisell is one of the most sought-after guitar voices in contemporary music. The enigmatic nature of his music has drawn collaborators from Elvis Costello and Suzanne Vega to the Los Angeles Philharmonic and Brian Eno. His breadth is a testament to not only his singular guitar conception, but his musical versatility. In recent years, Frisell’s role as composer and band leader has garnered him increasing notoriety. On his recent release, When You Wish Upon a Star, Frisell draws upon classic film and television music, exploring how it shapes and informs our emotional relationships to what we see.

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Vibraphonist, composer, producer, and band leader Sasha Berliner has already asserted herself as a creative, genre-defying composer and excellent bandleader with a sixth sense of yet-unheard possibilities. One year into her career—at age 13—she collaborated with multi-Grammy Award-winning indie artist Beck. Since then, her passionate, risk-taking style has earned her giant steps in the jazz ........................................................... world, headlining festivals such as Atlanta Jazz Festival, NYC Winter Jazz Festival, NYC Composers Now Festival. Sasha Berliner, vibraphone; Chris McCarthy, piano; Ben Tiberio, bass; Mareike Wiening, drums.


SOLD OUT “[Odom, Jr.’s music] is bursting with pinpoint detail, almost porcelain in its balance of structure and fragility.” —New York Times

LESLIE ODOM JR.

Grammy and Tony Award-winner Leslie Odom, Jr. recently completed his run on Broadway as Aaron Burr in the original cast of the blockbuster hit musical Hamilton. Odom, Jr. made his Broadway debut at the age of 17 in Rent and is now earning accolades for his roles in shows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .......................... . . . . . . . . . . .such . . . . .as. .Gotham . . . . . . . .and . Grey’s Anatomy and in movies such as Murder on the Orient Express. A hypnotic performer on-stage and on-screen, Odom, Jr. is a golden-voiced interpreter of jazz and musical standards, which he inflects with a soulful R&B croon. His debut album, Leslie Odom, Jr, topped Billboard and iTunes jazz charts upon its 2016 release.

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Vargas Sandoval, Mal Maïz mixes cumbia, Latin jazz, reggae, and Afro-Caribbean fusion into an infectious brand of dance music completely their own. Traditional and contemporary flairs contrast and connect in horninfused celebrations of life, death, and ultimately, love. In a ceremony of glitter and sweat, their wildly percussive live show takes on the mystical buzz of a frenzied ritual, cultivated during the group’s tenure as house band for the Radio Bean’s Latin Sessions. PRESENTED BY

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BELIZBEHA // MADAILA ALSO, DWIGHT & NICOLE

“[Belizbeha] renews your faith in the funk.” —CMJ New Music Report

In 1993, a fusion of acid jazz, funk, soul, hip-hop, and R&B

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Madaila began in the dorms of UVM and has since blasted into the mainstream. Their upbeat, synth-heavy earworms are in the tradition of Prince and Talking Heads, melding spontaneous expression and contagious melody. The band released its debut, The Dance, in 2015.

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thanks to the no-holds-barred beats of Belizbeha. The band planted their roots locally, becoming a tour de force from 1995-2001, finding success opening for A Tribe Called Quest, Kool and the Gang, Maceo Parker, and others. The band previously reunited at Discover Jazz Festival in 2014 to a sellout waterfront crowd and return this year as coheadliners with local psych-pop sensation, Madaila.

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ANAT COHEN & CHORO AVENTUROSO SATURDAY, JUNE 9 7PM & 9:30PM

FLYNNSPACE, $40 PER SHOW Anat Cohen explores the full range of the clarinet’s possibilities with exhilarating, brilliant effect. The TelAviv native and New York transplant is known for drawing on her diverse musical loves; with her new group, Choro just that. The band adapts . .Aventuroso, . . . . .. . . . . . .she . . .is . .doing .......................... . . .the ....................... Afro-Western, improvisatory, instrumental music “choro, ” “The lyric beauty providing fertile grounds for Cohen’s virtuosity to develop of her tone, easy and explore.

NICOLE MITCHELL & CHRISTINA WHEELER

SHERVIN LAINEZ

fluidity of her technique and extroverted manner of her delivery make this music accessible to all.” —Chicago Tribune

“Nicole Mitchell is one of contemporary jazz’s great talents.” —Bandcamp

IRIDESCENT

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Iridescent is a new project featuring Nicole Mitchell and Christina Wheeler, combining flute, harp, electronics, and vocals in a living soundscape that is luminous and shifting. Mitchell is a 2018 recipient of the Champion of New Music award from the American Composers Forum and has been hailed repeatedly as “Top Flutist of the Year” by DownBeat. A graduate of Harvard-Radcliffe Colleges and Manhattan School of Music, Wheeler has performed and recorded with artists including Chaka Khan, Vernon Reid, John Cale, and Marc Ribot and David Byrne.

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“[Wheeler is] a tirelessly dancing, grinning embodiment of good spirits.” —LA Times


TANYA ROSEN-JONES

“The fervor of a spiritual, the yips of a folk holler, and the sultry insinuation of the blues.” —New York Times

RHIANNON GIDDENS

Rhiannon Giddens is reclaiming American roots music. The founding member of the Carolina Chocolate Drops is instantly recognizable for her impassioned delivery, soaring through a composite of blues and folk via jazz, country, and upbeat funk. Her classically-trained voice carries African American musical traditions to us with renewed spirit and conviction. Her guest starring role on CMT’s Nashville earned her more than a few new fans. In 2015, she joined . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . ......................... . . . . . . . . . . .Aretha . . . . . . .Franklin . . . . . . . .and Emmylou Harris in performing for Barack and Michelle Obama at a White House tribute to gospel. Giddens’ latest record, Freedom Highway, honors bygone and ongoing African American struggles in a musical portrait of power through forbearance.

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FESTIVAL STAFF & ADVISORS Thank you volunteers! With remarkable commitment and energy, volunteers are essential to the festival and sincerely appreciated.

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SUPPORTING FLYNN CENTER STAFF .

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Caitlin Bayer, Executive Assistant, Gallery Manager Madeline Bell, Programming Manager, Residencies & Grants Andrea Bergeron, Chief Financial Officer & Director of Administration Chris Brown, IT Manager Sarah Caliendo, FlynnArts Coordinator Gail Cook, Box Office Supervisor Pete Curtis, House Electrician Eric Durett, Director of Production John Flanagan, Marketing Communications Manager Colin Fletcher, House Sound A.J. Fucile, Director of Box Office Operations Jack Galt, Director of Facilities Lauren Genta, School Programs Coordinator Tracey Gilbert Dengler, Marketing Production Manager Saskia Giramma, Assistant FlynnSpace Manager Regina Haddock, Development Director Jessica Handrik, Director of Education Jonathan Huber, Box Office Supervisor Stefan Jacobs, FlynnSpace Manager Bill T. Jones, Chief Custodian Julia Kehr, Programming Manager-Event & Contract Management John R. Killacky, Chief Executive Director Steve MacQueen, Artistic Director Cherie Marshall, Office Administrator & Concessions Manager Brennan J. Neill, Membership & Special Events Manager Susanna Olson, Program Manager, Curriculum & Instruction Grant Orenstein, Technical/Lighting Director Bruce Palumbo, House Carpenter Ingrid Pels, Accounting Clerk Odele Peter, Development Database Manager & Application Specialist Ann Reading, Senior Accountant Kat Rednis, Student Matinee Coordinator Leeeza Robbins, Assistant Box Office Manager Kevin Titterton, Marketing & Communications Director Kyla Waldron, Rentals & Front-of-House Manager Megan Zinner, Director of Human Resources

CONTRIBUTORS . Ray Vega, Llu Mulvaney-Stanak

FESTIVAL STAFF . Chelsea Lafayette, Managing Director Steve MacQueen, Artistic Director Gina Riccitelli, Operations & Community Relations Manager Kevin Margolin, Festival Technical Director Marty Resnik, Artist Transportation Manager Owen Leavey, Administrative Intern Jenna Giguere, Administrative Specialist Josh Crowther, Artist Relations Caitlin “Kit Kat” Kolson, Catering Manager Madeline Bell, Educational Events Manager Noel Donnellan, Security Director, Safe & Sound Security Services Mike Alcorn, Site Manager, Tents & Parks Rick Woods, Artist Transportation Priya Gupta, Volunteer Coordinator Alana Davis, Special Event Manager Joe Resnik, Church Street Manager Gail Patrice Deuso, Stage Manager, Music on the Marketplace Dan Maurice, Stage Manager, Music on the Marketplace Bridget Kerr, FlynnSpace Merchandise Manager Allen Winslow, Production Assistant Max Gillies, Production Assistant Marissa Keleman, Production Assistant Blair Bean, Production Assistant Peter Crummey, Production Assistant Nadia Mitchell, Waterfront Front-of-House Manager Andrew Champagne, Tea and Sympathy Ted Olson, Festival Design Director Anne Linton, Graphic Design Kevin Shapiro, Festival Archivist J. Michael Worthington, Jr., Festival Photographer Luke Awtry, Festival Photographer

BURLINGTON CITY ARTS OFFICER . Doreen Kraft, Executive Director

The Most Honorable of Mentions to House Managers, Box Office Customer Service Agents, Crew, Spirits and the entire staff on Flynn show days and nights.

BURLINGTON DISCOVER JAZZ FESTIVAL ADVISORY BOARD 2017-2018 .

THANKS FOR HOSTING OUR STAFF .

David Pocius, Chair; Ken Grillo, Vice Chair; Lee Bouyea; Clarence Davis; John Gennari; John Killacky; Doreen Kraft; Nadia Mitchell; Steffen Parker; Bryan Parmelee; Margaret Rost; Marc Sherman; George Thomas

The Burlington Discover Jazz Festival would like to thank its creative partners for dedicating their time and energy to producing outstanding work.

DESIGN, EDITING, LAYOUT & PRINTING

ADDITIONAL FESTIVAL CREATIVE PARTNERS . Flynn Center Marketing Team | Joel Smith Motion Graphics | Light-Works, Inc. GRAPHIC DESIGN AND PRE-PRESS PRODUCTION

WEBSITE

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ADVERTISING

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‘ROUND TOWN VENUES — WINOOSKI Visit these Winooski bars and restaurants that support the Burlington Discover Jazz Festival by booking great music throughout these ten days. See pages 56-58 for the Burlington ‘Round Town venue listings.

WINOOSKI VENUES! 1

AARTISTIC INK 7 E. Allen St. 802-338-9009 aartisticinc.wordpress. com/contact-hours

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ASIAN BISTRO 25 Winooski Falls Way 802-655-9800 asianbistrowinooski.com

AUTUMN RECORDS 11 East Allen Street, Suite 2 802-399-2123 autumnrecordsvt.com

BLUEBIRD BBQ 317 Riverside Ave. 802-448-3070 bluebirdbbq.com

DRAFTS & CRAFTS 45 Main Street 802-448-3468 draftsncraftsvt.com

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LAST STOP 12 Malletts Bay Ave. 802-871-9883 laststopvt.com

LAUGHING RIVER YOGA 1 Mill St. #126 802-343-8119 laughingriveryoga.com

MANDARIN 22 Main Street Winooski, VT Find us on Facebook

FOUR QUARTERS 150 W. Canal St. 802-862-0775 / FourQuartersBrewing

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MONKEY HOUSE 30 Main St. 802-655-4563 monkeyhousevt.com

MULE BAR 38 Main St. 802-399-2020 mulebarvt.com

PINGALA 1 Mill St. 802-540-0110 pingalacafe.com

SCOUT & CO. 1 E. Allen St. (802) 540-0349 scoutandcompanyvt.com

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SXB 25 Winooski Falls Way 802-324-9493 suzyshulman.com

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‘ROUND TOWN LISTINGS — WINOOSKI

DISCOVER WINOOSKI

The Burlington Discover Jazz Festival takes over Winooski once again this year with 20+ events over 10 days. Special thanks to Craig Mitchell and the City of Winooski for helping to make this happen.

FRIDAY, JUNE 1

SUNDAY, JUNE 3

5pm, Rotary Park, Brass Band

11am, Misery Loves Co., Disco Brunch

5pm, Monkey House, Dark Star Project

6pm, Asian Bistro, Acoustic Prince Tribute w/ Craig Mitchell & Matt Hagen

5:45pm, Rotary Park, Empress Crystal Jonez presents Dub In The Garden 9pm, Waterworks, DJ Dakota 9pm, Asian Bistro, Karaoke

SATURDAY, JUNE 2 12pm, Rotary Park, Jazz Yoga with Bob Gagnon 2pm, McKee’s Pub and Grill, The Cody Sargent Trio 5pm, Rotary Park, DJ Taka 9pm, Waterworks, DJ Craig Mitchell

7:30pm, Monkey House, Nnamdi Ogbonnaya

MONDAY, JUNE 4 6pm, Monkey House, Erin Cassels Brown

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6 6pm, Rotary Park, Sabouyouma

THURSDAY, JUNE 7 5pm, Rotary Park, Havana Dance Party w/ DJ Luis Calderin

FRIDAY, JUNE 8 5pm, Rotary Park, DJ Dakota with S.I.N.sizzle, Rico & 99 Neighbors 8:30pm, Monkey House, Untapped: A Night of Burlesque and Drag 9pm, Asian Bistro, Karaoke 9pm, Waterworks, DJ TBA

SATURDAY, JUNE 9 2pm, McKee’s Pub and Grill, Bob Gagnon 5pm, Rotary Park, Cole Davidson & Sean Kehoe 9pm, Waterworks, DJ Llu

SUNDAY, JUNE 10 11am, Monkey House, Sunday Soul Brunch

8pm, Monkey House, Why Nona with Tranquility & Rich People, and Cemetery Show

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‘ROUND TOWN VENUES & LISTINGS Visit these local bars and restaurants that support the Burlington Discover Jazz Festival by booking great music throughout these ten days. See Festival Map on page 63 for these and other official event locations.

BURLINGTON VENUES

115 St. Paul Street 802-861-2999 americanflatbread.com

135 Church Street 802-865-7166 burlingtoncityarts.com

CLUB METRONOME 188 Main Street 802-658-4771 clubmetronome.com

25 Cherry Street 802-864-8600 bleuvt.com

15 Center Street 802-862-9647 dailyplanet15.com

126 College Street (802) 399-2661 / Deli/126

112 Lake St. 802-399-2511 foambrewers.com/

16 Church Street 802-658-0278 halvorsonsupstreetcafe.com

41 Cherry Street 802-651-0080 hotelvt.com

115 Church Street 802-863-3759 leunigsbistro.com

12 N Winooski Ave 802-660-9346 / lightclublampshop

188 Main Main Street 188 Street 802-658-4771 802-658-4771 liveatnectars.com liveatnectars.com

Street 3759 o.com

FRIDAY, JUNE 1

Daily film screenings, Blue l Street Note Records: Beyond the 2999 41 Cherry StreetCinema, Notes, Merrill’s Roxy read.com 802-651-0080 $12 hotelvt.com

CLUB METRONOME 60 Lake Street 188 Main Street 8 North Winooski Avenue135 Church Street 60 Lake Street 802-540-0188 802-865-7166 802-658-4771 802-660-9346 802-540-0188 skinnypancake.com clubmetronome.com radiobean.com burlingtoncityarts.comskinnypancake.com

7pm, Nectar’s, Seth Yacovone 7pm, Top Block Stage at Halvorson’s, Smalltalker 16 Church Street 802-658-0278 7pm, Vermont Pub & halvorsonsupstreetcafe.com

Downtown Sextet

9:30pm, Audrey 8 North Winooski Avenue 25 Cherry Street Juniper, Bernstein and Friends 802-660-9346 802-864-4700 Brewery, radiobean.com marriott.com/btvdt

11am, Leunigs, Queen City Hot Club

8pm, Leunigs, The Cody Sargent Group

11am, Radio Bean, Friday Morning Sing along with Linda Bassick

8pm, Skinny Pancake, The New Review

144 College 1pm, Vermont PubStreet & Brewery, 802-865-0500 Eric Hoh Trio vermontbrewery.com

2pm, Leunigs, Greenbush 5pm, Leunigs, Warm Water 5pm, Nectars, Avery Cooper Quartet 6pm, American Flatbread, Maple Street Six 6pm, Deli 126, Micheal-Louis Smith 6:30pm, Radio Bean, Greenbush Trio

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9:30pm, Deli 126, Matt Dolliver

8:30pm, Bleu Northeast 15 CenterPaul Street Asbell Seafood, 802-862-9647 8:30pm, Light Club dailyplanet15.com

Lamp Shop, Left Ear Trio 8:30pm, Radio Bean, Colin Lenox 8:30pm, Top Block Stage at Halvorson’s, Manwolves 9pm, Foam Brewers, Jake Klar 9pm, Nectar’s, Annual BDJF Kickoff feat. Grippo Funk Band w/ DJ Rekkon, 21+, $7

222 College Street (802) 864-4742 merrilltheatres.net/roxy

144 College Street 802-865-0500 vermontbrewery.com

1pm, Foam Brewers, Zack DuPont & Matt Deluca

1pm, Vermont Pub & Brewery, 136 Church Str Nick Warner & Friends 802-859-890

10pm, Club Metronome, Funky Town, 21+, $3

redsquarevt.co 2pm, Leunig’s, Lewis Franco & The Missing Cats

10pm, Radio Bean, Aaron Lucci Quintet

4:30pm, Radio Bean, Sam Atallah Quintet

10pm, Top Block Stage at Halvorson’s, Tubafresh

5pm, Leunig’s, Stolen Moments

11pm, Light Club Lamp Shop, DJ Taka

5pm, Nectar’s, Small Change, A Tom Waits Tribute 160 Bank St

11:30pm, Radio Bean, Eames Brothers Band

802-859-08 6pm, Club Metronome, Dalton farmhousetg. & The Sheriffs w/ Fran Briand, 21+, $10-$12

SATURDAY, JUNE 2 Daily film screenings, Blue Note Records: Beyond the Notes, Merrill’s Roxy Cinema, $12 11am, Leunig’s, Thea Wren

6pm, Daily Planet, Tom Pearo 6pm, Deli 126, Maple Street 6 6:30pm, Radio Bean, Kristin Maxwell & Chris Moyse 6:30pm, Top Block Stage at Halvorson’s, JUPTR


‘ROUND TOWN VENUES & LISTINGS 7pm, Light Club Lamp Shop, Samara Jazz Group

4pm, Foam Brewers, Dr. Sammy Love

7pm, Vermont Pub & Brewery, Nick Warner & Friends

4pm, Leunigs, The Steve Goldberg Quartet

7:30pm, American Flatbread, Left Ear Trio

5:30pm, Radio Bean, Dawna Hammers “Joni Mitchell Tribute”

8pm, Leunig’s, Jenni Johnson & The Jazz Junketeers

6pm, Nectar’s, Greenbush

9pm, Nectar’s, Stax: A Vermont Tribute to Booker T & The MG’s, 18+, $5

12pm, BCA Summer Concerts at City Hall Park, The Moon and You

9pm, Radio Bean, Nick Cassarino Solo

12pm, Leunig’s, Northern Spy

10pm, Radio Bean, Nick Cassarino Band

TUESDAY, JUNE 5

1pm, Vermont Pub & Brewery, Paul Asbell Trio 3:45pm, Top Block Stage at Halvorson’s, Commodore Jazz Ensemble

8pm, Radio Bean, The Luna Collective

6pm, Skinny Pancake, Red Hot Juba

8pm, Skinny Pancake, West End Blend

6pm, Top Block Stage at Halvorson’s, Paul Asbell Quintet

Daily film screenings, Blue Note Records: Beyond the Notes, Merrill’s Roxy Cinema, $12

4pm, Leunig’s, The Jazz Thieves

7pm, Leunig’s, Will Patten Ensemble

12pm, Leunig’s, Whitesell Brothers Quartet

5:30pm, American Flatbread, Paul Asbell Trio

9pm, Light Club Lamp Shop, The Sea The Sea

7pm, Radio Bean, Tiny Montgomery

4pm, Leunig’s, Chris Peterman Quartet

6pm, Top Block Stage at Halvorson’s, Jazz Thieves

9pm, Nectar’s, New Orleans Swamp Donkeys with Black Market: A Tribute to Weather Report, 21+, $7

8:30pm, Radio Bean, Julian Chobot Group

5:30pm, American Flatbread, Dan Ryan Exress

7pm, Foam Brewers, Dan Ryan Express

9pm, Nectar’s, Mi Yard Reggae Night w/ DJs Big Dog and Jahson, 21+

6pm, Foam Brewers, Local Dork

7pm, Leunig’s, Myra Flynn

6pm, Nectar’s, Tuesday Bluesday - Biweekly Blues Jam hosted by Colin Craig & Friends

7pm, Vermont Pub & Brewery, Triage

8:30pm, Bleu Northeast Seafood, Chris Peterman Quartet

9:30pm, Club Metronome, Retronome Feat. Fattie B, 21+, $5 (Free before 10PM) 9:30pm, Deli 126, Chris Klaxton 9:30pm, Juniper, Paul Asbell Tribute to Wes Montgomery 10pm, Radio Bean, Gnomedad 11pm, Light Club Lamp Shop, DJ Taka 12am, Radio Bean, Saxsyndrum

SUNDAY, JUNE 3

10:30am, Radio Bean, EVNGwear

MONDAY, JUNE 4 Daily film screenings, Blue Note Records: Beyond the Notes, Merrill’s Roxy Cinema, $12 12pm, Leunig’s, Greenbush 4pm, Leunig’s, Queen City Hot Club 5pm, Radio Bean, Art Herttua & Ray Carroll Jazz Duo

Daily film screenings, Blue Note Records: Beyond the Notes, Merrill’s Roxy Cinema, $12

5:30pm, American Flatbread, Thea Wren

10am, Leunig’s, Dayve Huckett

6pm, Top Block Stage at Halvorson’s, Guagua

12pm, American Flatbread, Flatbread Family Band

7pm, Foam Brewers, Paul Asbell

12pm, Foam Brewers, Auguste and Alden

7pm, Leunig’s, Rick & The Ramblers

1pm, Leunig’s, The Jake Whitesell Quartet

7pm, Radio Bean, Andrew of the North

1pm, Radio Bean, Pete Sutherland & Tim Stickle’s Old Time Session

8pm, Light Club Lamp Shop, Her Crooked Heart, Haley Sabella & Humbird

1pm, Top Block Stage at Halvorson’s, KeruBo

9pm, Club Metronome, Metal Monday #240 ft. Wolfhand, Hellascope and The Well, $5 for 21+, $8 for 18+

1pm, Vermont Pub & Brewery, Cynthia Braren & Friends

6pm, Nectar’s, Dan Ryan Express

6pm, Top Block Stage at Halvorson’s, DIGGS 6:30pm, Light Club Lamp Shop, Tiffany Pfieffer Trio with Mike Martello and Jeremy Hill 6:30pm, Radio Bean, Guagua 7pm, Leunig’s, Mike Martin & Trio Gusto 8pm, Light Club Lamp Shop, High Summer 8:30pm, Bleu Northeast Seafood, Thea Wren 9pm, Nectar’s, Dead Set: A Weekly Grateful Dead Jam, (Grateful Dead Tribute), 18+, $5 10pm, Radio Bean, Honky Tonk Tuesdays with Ponyhustle 10pm, Light Club Lamp Shop, House Ways and Means

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6 Daily film screenings, Blue Note Records: Beyond the Notes, Merrill’s Roxy Cinema, $12

5pm, Radio Bean, Stolen Moments

7pm, Radio Bean, Ensemble V

7:15pm, Top Block Stage at Halvorson’s, Northern Spy 6pm, Daily Planet, Zack Dupont 8pm, Nectar’s, Nikki Don’t Lose That Number: The Nth Power Does The Dan, 18+, $25 8pm, Skinny Pancake, High Summer 8:30pm, Bleu Northeast Seafood, Thea Wren 9pm, Radio Bean, Phil Darosa 9:30pm, Deli 126, Aaron Lucci Quintet 9:30pm, Juniper, Ray Vega Quartet plays the music of Ellington and Strayhorn 9:30pm, Light Club Lamp Shop, Mark Daly Residency 10:30pm, Radio Bean, Micromasse

THURSDAY, JUNE 7 Daily film screenings, Blue Note Records: Beyond the Notes, Merrill’s Roxy Cinema, $12

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12pm, BCA Summer Concerts at City Hall Park, Myra Flynn with Paul Boffa and Dave Grippo 12pm, Leunig’s, The Shauna Anderson Trio 1pm, Vermont Pub & Brewery, Eric Hoh Trio 4pm, Leunig’s, In The Pocket 5:30pm, American Flatbread, Northern Spy 6pm, Deli 126, Phantom Airwave 6pm, Top Block Stage at Halvorson’s, Natalie Cressman 6:30pm, Light Club Lamp Shop, The Jazz Thieves 6:30pm, Radio Bean, Four Agreements 7pm, Club Metronome, A Tribute to Big Joe Burrell with the Unknown Blues Band and Friends, 18+, $15$20

FRIDAY, JUNE 8 Daily film screenings, Blue Note Records: Beyond the Notes, Merrill’s Roxy Cinema, $12 11am, Leunig’s, Northern Spy 11am, Radio Bean, Friday Morning Sing Along with Linda Bassick 12pm, BCA Summer Concerts at City Hall Park, The Jazz Thieves 1pm, Vermont Pub & Brewery, Cynthia Braren & Friends 2pm, Leunig’s, Paul Asbell Trio 4:30pm, Radio Bean, Gillian Grogan & Bold Forbes

5pm, Top Block Stage at Halvorson’s, NBC Block Party Feat. Mal Maïz

8pm, Daily Planet, Hot Pickin’ Party

7pm, Light Club Lamp Shop, James Harvey Group

8pm, Foam Brewers, Justin Panigutti

7pm, Nectar’s, Seth Yacovone

8pm, Skinny Pancake, STIG

7pm, Radio Bean, Taylor Haskins

8:30pm, Bleu Northeast Seafood, George Petit

7pm, Vermont Pub & Brewery, Thea Wren

8:30pm, Light Club Lamp Shop, Shane Hardiman Trio

8pm, Leunig’s, Will Patten Ensemble

8:30pm, Radio Bean, Sara Grace

8pm, Radio Bean, Northern Spy

9:30pm, Deli 126, Avery Cooper Trio

8pm, Skinny Pancake, Shokazoba

9:30pm, Juniper, Ray Vega & Friends - A Tribute To John Coltrane

8:30pm, Bleu Northeast Seafood, Joe Davidian Trio 9pm, Club Metronome, A Special Friday Night Edition of Dead Set. (A Grateful Dead Tribute), 21+, $10 9pm, Foam Brewers, Joanna Teters 9pm, Nectar’s, The Big Takeover & Steady Betty: A Rocksteady Sound Clash, 21+, $8 9:30pm, Deli 126, G-lo Dewald

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9pm, Skinny Pancake, Japhy Ryder 9:30pm, Deli 126, Warm Water 9:30pm, Juniper, Salsa with Son de los Montes! 10pm, Club Metronome, The Medallions: A Waterfront After Party, 21+, $10

Daily film screenings, Blue Note Records: Beyond the Notes, Merrill’s Roxy Cinema, $12

10pm, Radio Bean, Aaron Lucci Group

11am, Leunig’s, Lewis Franco & The Missing Cats

11:30pm, Radio Bean, Joy On Fire

1pm, Top Block Stage at Halvorson’s, The Big Takeover

2pm, Leunig’s, Thea Wren

6pm, American Flatbread, Dr. Sammy Love

11:30pm, Radio Bean, Nico Suave

SATURDAY, JUNE 9

5pm, Nectar’s, The High Breaks

7pm, Light Club Lamp Shop, Randal Pierce

10:30pm, Light Club Lamp Shop, Dan Ryan Express

11pm, Light Club Lamp Shop, DJ Taka

5pm, Leunig’s, Hokum Bros

5:30pm, Deli 126, Aaron Lucci Quintet

10pm, Radio Bean, Drunk & In The Woods

10pm, Radio Bean, Erin Cassels Brown

1pm, Vermont Pub & Brewery, Peter Krag

7pm, Leunig’s, The Sugar Snap Family Band

9:30pm, Nectar’s, An Evening with Barika, 18+, $7

9:30pm, Juniper, Ray Vega Latin Jazz Sextet/Further Explorations in Latin Jazz

3pm, Foam Brewers, Matt Wright Project 3:30pm, Top Block Stage at Halvorson’s, Japhy Ryder 5pm, Leunig’s, Mike Martin & Trio Gusto

11pm, Light Club Lamp Shop, DJ Taka

SUNDAY, JUNE 10 Daily film screenings, Blue Note Records: Beyond the Notes, Merrill’s Roxy Cinema, $12 10am, Leunig’s, Jenni Johnson & The Jazz Junketeers 12pm, American Flatbread, High Summer

5pm, Nectar’s, Radmillo Trio

1pm, Leunig’s, Queen City Hot Club

5pm, Radio Bean, Five Bar Connection

1pm, Foam Brewers, Brooklyn Circle

6pm, Daily Planet, Paul Asbell & Clyde Stats

1pm, Radio Bean, Maple Street Six

6pm, Top Block Stage at Halvorson’s, Onion River Jazz Band

1pm, Top Block Stage at Halvorson’s, KeruBo

6:30pm, Deli 126, Xenia Dunford 6:30pm, Light Club Lamp Shop, Jazzyoake 7pm, Nectar’s, Jenni Dale Lord 7pm, Vermont Pub & Brewery, Downtown Sextet 7:30pm, American Flatbread, MLS and Friends 8pm, Leunig’s, Craig Mitchell & Cody Sargent

1pm, Vermont Pub & Brewery, Eric Hoh Trio 4pm, Leunig’s, George Petit 4pm, Top Block Stage at Halvorson’s, MLS & Friends featuring Brooklyn Circle 6pm, Light Club Lamp Shop, Myra Flynn & The Flynn Theater Student Songwriter Showcase 6pm, Radio Bean, Old Sky & Friends 7pm, Leunig’s, Guagua

8:30pm, Bleu Northeast Seafood, The Trio

8:30pm, Radio Bean, Pope Paul and The Illegals

8:30pm, Radio Bean, Avery Cooper Group

9pm, Nectar’s, Mi Yard Reggae Night w/ DJs Big Dog and Jahson, 21+

9pm, Foam Brewers, Lush Honey 9pm, Nectar’s, Harsh Armadillo with Juice, 21+, $7

10pm, Radio Bean, Brooklyn Circle


SCHEDULE

ALL EVENTS ARE FREE UNLESS INDICATED OTHERWISE SATURDAY, JUNE 2

THURSDAY, MAY 3 1 8:00pm, Special Benefit Film Screening, Blue Note Records: Beyond the Notes, Merrill’s Roxy Cinema, $15

9PM

NEW ORLEANS SWAMP DONKEYS

FRIDAY, JUNE 1

WITH BLACK MARKET: A TRIBUTE TO WEATHER REPORT

5-5:45pm, Vermont All State Jazz Ensemble, City Hall Stage

NECTAR’S, 21+, $7

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7-11PM

LEVITATE LIVE

7-8PM SMALLTALKER 8:30-9:30PM MANWOLVES 10-11PM TUBAFRESH

8PM

TOP BLOCK STAGE, FREE

SKINNY PANCAKE, FREE

WEST END BLEND

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8PM

PRESERVATION HALL JAZZ BAND

ALSO, VERMONT ALL STATE JAZZ ENSEMBLE

10PM

FLYNN MAINSTAGE, $15-$54

CAMILLE THURMAN

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& THE DARRELL GREEN TRIO

FLYNNSPACE, $30

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SATURDAY, JUNE 2 12-5:30PM

BIG JOE BURRELL DAY

12-1:30PM AARON LUCCI QUINTET 2-3:30PM JAMES WILLIAMS BAND 4-5:30PM THE MAKANDA PROJECT CITY HALL PARK, FREE

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1:30pm, Big Joe Burrell Day Parade, Downtown Transit Center to City Hall Park 6-8pm, Sabouyouma, City Hall Stage 6:30-8:30pm, JUPTR, Top Block Stage 8PM

CHUCHO VALDÉS - JAZZ BATÁ

FLYNN MAINSTAGE, $15-$48

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SUNDAY, JUNE 3 12-2pm, The Left Ear Trio, City Hall Stage 1-3pm, KeruBo, Top Block Stage 2:30-4:30pm, EVNGwear, City Hall Stage 3:30-4:30pm, Meet the Artist: Christian Scott interviewed by Ray Vega, FlynnSpace 3:30-5:30pm, Warm Water, Top Block Stage 5-7pm, The Brighton Beat, City Hall Stage 6-8pm, The Paul Asbell Quintet, Top Block Stage

6PM & 8:30PM

CHRISTIAN SCOTT ATUNDE ADJUAH

FLYNNSPACE, $40 PER SHOW

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MONDAY, JUNE 4

7PM & 9:30PM

11:30am-12:30pm, Crossett Brook Middle School Jazz Band, City Hall Stage 12-1pm, A.D. Lawton Jazz Band, Top Block Stage 12:45-1:45pm, “Soule Drive” Fairfield Center School, City Hall Stage 1:15-2:15pm, Essex Middle School All American Flying Submarine Band, Top Block Stage 2-3pm, Shelburne Community School Stage Band, City Hall Stage 2:30-3:30pm, Cabot School The Limes, Top Block Stage 3:15-4:15pm, Rice Memorial High School Jazz Ensemble & Mater Christi Select Jazz, City Hall Stage 3:45-4:45pm, Cabot School The Weather Birds & Sound Check, Top Block Stage 4:30-5:30pm, Essex Jazz Orchestra/Essex Jazz Junction, City Hall Stage 4:30-5:30pm, Meet the Artist: Allison Miller interviewed by Llu Mulvaney-Stanak 5:45-6:45pm, Emer Jazz featuring Jaylin Rae, City Hall Stage 6-8pm, Guagua, Top Block Stage 7PM

ALLISON MILLER’S BOOM TIC BOOM

FLYNNSPACE, $30

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TUESDAY, JUNE 5 11:30am-12:30pm, Charlotte Central School Stage band, City Hall Stage 12-1pm, Midd Jazz (Middlebury Union High School), Top Block Stage 12:45-1:45pm, Edmunds Elementary Schools Chorus, City Hall Stage 1:15-2:15pm, Grand Isle School Jazz Band, Top Block Stage 2-3pm, Browns River Middle School Jazz Band & 6th Grade Chorus, City Hall Stage 2:30-3:30pm, Winooski Middle High School Jazz Band, Top Block Stage 3:15-4:15pm, Bellows Falls Union HS Jazz Ensemble, City Hall Stage 3:45-4:45pm, Vermont Commons School Jazz Band, Top Block Stage 4:30-5:30pm, Ausable Valley Jazz Band, City Hall Stage 5:45-6:45pm, Colchester High School Jazz Band, City Hall Stage 6-7pm, Lauren Costello, The BCA Center 6-8pm, DIGGS, Top Block Stage

60 Full band line-up available online at discoverjazz.com

JENNIFER HARTSWICK & NICK CASSARINO

FLYNNSPACE, $30 PER SHOW

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6 11:30am-12:30pm, Rutland Town School, City Hall Stage 12pm, The Moon and You, BCA Summer Concerts at City Hall Park 12-1pm, Kurn Hattin Homes for Children Jazz Ensemble, Top Block Stage 12:45-1:45pm, Champlain Elementary School Chorus, City Hall Stage 1:15-2:15pm, Barre Town Senior Jazz Band, Top Block Stage 2-3pm, Camels Hump M.S. Jazz Band and Select Chorus, City Hall Stage 2:30-3:30pm, Keene Central School Jazz Ensemble, Top Block Stage 3:45-4:45pm, Commodore Jazz Ensemble, Top Block Stage 4-6:30pm, Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School, South Burlington High School Jazz Exploration Group and Jazz Ensemble, City Hall Stage 6-7pm, LOUPO featuring Steph and Danny, The BCA Center 6-8pm, The Jazz Thieves, Top Block Stage 7:15-8:30pm, Northern Spy, City Hall Stage 7PM

JOHNNY O’NEAL TRIO

FLYNNSPACE, $30

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9PM

NIKKI DON’T LOSE THAT NUMBER THE NTH POWER DOES THE DAN

WITH KOFI BURBRIDGE, JENNIFER HARTSWICK, DAVE GRIPPO, AND BRYAN MCNAMARA ALSO, BRICKDROP NECTAR’S, 18+, $25 + FEES

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THURSDAY, JUNE 7 11:30am-12:30pm, Twinfield Middle & High School Jazz Ensemble, City Hall Stage 12:00pm, Myra Flynn with Paul Boffa and Dave Grippo, BCA Summer Concerts at City Hall Park 12-1pm, Red Clay Octet, Top Block Stage 12:45-1:45pm, Burlington High School Jazz Band, City Hall Stage 1:15-2:15pm, Rutland High School Jazz Ensemble, Top Block Stage 2-3pm, Edmunds Middle School Jazz, City Hall Stage 2:30-3:30pm, Georgia Middle School Jazz Band, Top Block Stage 3:15-6:45pm, FlynnArts Jazz Combos, City Hall Stage 3:45-4:45pm, Old North End Neighborhood Band, Top Block Stage 4:00-5:00pm, Meet the Artist: Bill Frisell interviewed by Bill Ellis, FlynnSpace 5:30-6:30pm, Listening Session with Anat Cohen, The Amy E. Tarrant Gallery 6-8pm, Natalie Cressman, Top Block Stage

12:00pm, The Jazz Thieves, BCA Summer Concerts at City Hall Park 12:45-1:45pm, Plattsburgh High School Jazz Ensemble, City Hall Stage 2-3pm, Pink Magnolia School Band, City Hall Stage 3:15-4:15pm, Champlain Valley Union Jazz, City Hall Stage 6:00-7:00pm, Panel Discussion: Women in Jazz, FlynnSpace (page 18) 7:30pm, “Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill, Black Box Theater at Main Street Landing, $35, page 36 5-8PM

NBC 5 FRIDAY NIGHT BLOCK PARTY MAL MAÏZ TOP BLOCK STAGE, FREE

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8PM

LESLIE ODOM JR

5PM DOORS AND FOOD, 6PM SHOW

FLYNN MAINSTAGE, $25-$70

CORY HENRY & THE FUNK APOSTLES

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THE SOUL REBELS THE NTH POWER

WATERFRONT TENT, $30

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10PM

SASHA BERLINER

7PM & 9:30PM

BILL FRISELL TRIO

FLYNNSPACE, $30

FEATURING THOMAS MORGAN & RUDY ROYSTON

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FLYNNSPACE, $40 PER SHOW

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7:30PM

LADY DAY AT EMERSON’S BAR & GRILL

BLACK BOX THEATER AT MAIN STREET LANDING, $35

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FRIDAY, JUNE 8 11:30am-12:30pm, Missisquoi Valley Union Jazz Ensemble, City Hall Stage

SATURDAY, JUNE 9 12-2pm, Aaron Lucci Presents Charles Mingus, City Hall Stage 1-3pm, The Big Takeover, Top Block Stage 2pm, Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill, Black Box Theater at Main Street Landing, $35, page 36 2-3pm, Listening Session: The Afro-Cuban Jazz Suite, Hosted by Ray Vega, Amy E. Tarrant Gallery 2:30-4:30pm, The Marty Fogel Quartet, City Hall Stage 3:30-5:30pm, Japhy Ryder, Top Block Stage 4:30-5:30pm, Meet the Artist: Anat Cohen interviewed by Steve MacQueen, FlynnSpace 5-7pm, The High Breaks, City Hall Stage 6-8pm, Onion River Jazz Band, Top Block Stage 7:30pm, Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill, Black Box Theater at Main Street Landing, $35, page 36

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SATURDAY, JUNE 9 5PM DOORS AND FOOD, 6PM SHOW

BELIZBEHA // MADAILA ALSO, DWIGHT & NICOLE

WATERFRONT TENT, $30

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7PM & 9:30PM

ANAT COHEN & CHORO AVENTUROSO

FLYNNSPACE, $40 PER SHOW

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KEEP IT FREE

SUNDAY, JUNE 10 12-2pm, Left Eye Jump, City Hall Stage 1-3pm, KeruBo, Top Block Stage 2:30-4:30pm, Dan Ryan Express, City Hall Stage 3pm, Film Screening: Jazz Ambassadors, The BCA Center 4pm, Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill, Black Box Theater at Main Street Landing, $35, page 36 4-6pm, MLS & Friends featuring Brooklyn Circle, Top Block Stage 5:30-7:30pm, High Summer, City Hall Stage 6PM

NICOLE MITCHELL & CHRISTINA WHEELER: IRIDESCENT

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FLYNNSPACE, $30

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8PM

RHIANNON GIDDENS ALSO, AMYTHYST KIAH

FLYNN MAINSTAGE, $15-$52

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FESTIVAL MAP

Penny L ane

To Winooski (1.5 miles)

Battery Park

Burlington Skate Park

North Champlain Street (one-way)

George St. (one-way)

Elmwood Ave. (one-way)

20 25

PEARL STREET P L A C E

27

Cherry Street

5

19

5 Burlington City Place (In Redevelopment)

Waterfront Park

Mall Entrance

Mall Entrance

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MA R K E T

16

12 GMTA Bus Station

Bus Traffic Only

Waterfront Event Site Fishing Pier

Bus Traffic Only

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Tour Bus Parking (3 hr)

22

11

L A K E

College Street

Lake Champlain Chamber of Commerce

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21

College Street Shuttle ➔

1

Tour Bus Parking (3 hr)

4

6 City Hall Park

9

7

10

Center Street

26

Burlington Boathouse

S TRE E T

Bank Street

CHURCH

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3 24 8

MAIN STREET

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2

14

FESTIVAL INFORMATION BOOTH

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7

C H A M P L A I N

Clarke St.

13

King Street

ATM King St. Landing

Perkins Pier

Maple Street

Tour Bus Parking

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American Flatbread, 115 Saint Paul St. Amy E. Tarrant Gallery, 153 Main St. The Archives, 191 College St. The BCA Center, 135 Church St. Bleu Northeast Seafood, 25 Cherry St. City Hall Park Stage, 149 College St. City Hall Stage/Festival Information & Store, Church St. Marketplace, 149 Church St. 8. Club Metronome, 188 Main St., upstairs 9. Contois Auditorium (Rain Site), 149 Church St. 10. Daily Planet, 15 Center St. 11. Deli 126, 126 College St. 12. Downtown Transit Center, 100 Cherry St. 13. First Unitarian Universalist Society (Rain Site), 152 Pearl St.

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14. Flynn MainStage, 153 Main St. 15. FlynnSpace, 137 Main St. 16. Foam Brewers, 112 Lake St. 17. Halvorson’s Upstreet Café, 16 Church St. 18. Hilton Garden Inn, 101 Main St. 19. Juniper at Hotel Vermont, 41 Cherry St. 20. Light Club Lamp Shop, 12 N. Winooski Ave. 21. Leunig’s Bistro & Lounge, 115 Church St. 22. Main Street Landing, 60 Lake St. 23. Merrill’s Roxy Cinema, 222 College St. 24. Nectar’s, 188 Main St. 25. Radio Bean, 8 N. Winooski Ave. 26. Skinny Pancake, 60 Lake St. 27. Top Block Stage, Church St. Marketplace, 16 Church St. 28. Vermont Pub & Brewery, 144 College St. 29. Waterfront Tent, Lake St.

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