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New York’s Jazz BIBLE For 28 Years!

November 2010

www.hothousejazz.com

Phil Woods

Birdland Page 30

Jim Hall FlushingTown Hall Page 31

Dmitry Baevsky Smalls Page 10

Where To Go & Who To See

Myron Walden Cornelia Street Café Page 10 Since 1982


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NOVEMBER 2010 NOV 1 / 8:00PM & 10PM

NOV 12 / MIDNIGHT

LES PAUL TRIO

THE CHARLES BREWER TRIO

NOV 22

LES PAUL TRIO

W/ SPECIAL GUEST W/ SPECIAL GUEST NOV 13 / MIDNIGHT JEFF GOLUB AND GREG DIAMOND BAND LARRY CARLTON HENRY BUTLER NOV 15 / 8:00PM & 10PM NOV 2 / 8:00PM & 10PM

STACY LYNN BRASS & LES PAUL TRIO THE BARRY LEVITT BAND W/ SPECIAL GUEST NOV 3-7 / 8:30PM & 10:30PM

W/ SPECIAL GUEST NOV 24 THE UPTOWN HORNS TBA

JUS CUZ & FRIENDS! NOV 16 / 8:00PM

NYC HIT SQUAD BAND

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BARBARA ROSENE & BILLY SQUIER BLUES DELUXE THEIR LITTLE BIG BAND

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TBA

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PLAYS THE MUSIC OF JEFF BECK FEATURING ETHAN IVERSON,

TBA

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LES PAUL TRIO

KURT RIECHENBACH CHAD SMITH, W/ SPECIAL GUEST NOV 10-11 / 8:30PM & 10:30PM OF RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS BUCKY PIZZARRELLI, THE RAGA BOP TRIO & THE BOMBASTIC MEATBATS JIMMY BRUNO AND FEAT. STEVE SMITH, GEORGE HOWARD ALDEN TRIO BROOKS, AND PRASANNA NOV 19 / MIDNIGHT COLONY NOV 30 / 8:00PM & 10PM NOV 12-14 / 8:30PM & 10:30PM FREDA PAYNE SINGS NOV 20 / MIDNIGHT TERESE GENECCO &

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Pamela Luss w/ Houston Person Eddie Palmieri Latin Jazz Octet SAT, DEC 4 8 PM

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The Metropolitan Room 34 West 22nd Street- NYC (Betw. 5th & 6th Ave.) www.metropolitanroom.com **Reservations Required 212-206-0440**

92ND STREET Y sways to Eddie Palmieri’s sensational salsa beat. Order online and save 50% on service fees at WWW.92Y.ORG/JAZZ or call 212.415.5500 92ND STREET Y Lexington Avenue at 92nd Street | An agency of UJA-Federation 92Y Jazz is underwritten by Gilda and Henry Block, and Kenneth Kolker. This series is partially endowed by Simona and Jerome A. Chazen.

November 4th, 6th, & 11th at 7:00 pm (doors open 6:30 pm) Cover Charge: $20.00, 2 drink minimum "Ms. Luss and Mr. Person could probably perform the phone book and receive my cheerful attention." - Dan Singer, In Tune magazine Pamela and Houston will be not be “performing the phone book” but will be swinging an exciting new selection of songs as well as a few classic favorites all about love, backed by an all-star band below.

Pamela Luss (vocals) Houston Person (tenor saxophone) Jon Weber (piano) Jon Burr (bass) Alvin Atkinson, Jr. (drums) www.pamelaluss.com Christopher Loudon of JazzTimes described Pamela and Houston as “An exalted partnership, meshing like the jeweled movement of a Patek Philippe.”

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INTRODUCING THE NEW CD

Dedicated To You

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DECEMBER 22 Smoke Jazz, 8 & 10 PM The only NY XMAS Show 2751 Broadway, NYC 212.864.6662 ALLANHARRIS.COM


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Exclusive partnership: Hot House Jazz Magazine the only magazine distributed at Birdland the only jazz publication used by Birdland for advertising

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PERFORMING

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Randy Weston Uhuru Afrika 50th Anniversary Concert Celebration with Randy Weston & The African Rhythms Orchestra

Jazz legend and visionary Randy Weston will perform with a 27-piece orchestra featuring a number of jazz greats including Candido Camero and Charlie Persip. Randy Weston African Rhythms Orchestra: Percussion: Candido Camero & Charlie Persip (from the original album), Ray Mantilla, Kwaku Obeng, Neil Clarke, Roland Guerrero; Vocals: Jann Parker, Gregory Porter; Trumpet: Eddie Henderson, Eddie Allen, Cecil Bridgewater; Trombone: Bob Trowers, Craig Harris, Barry Cooper; French Horn: Vincent Chancey; Saxophone: T.K. Blue, James Spaulding, Billy Harper, Alex Harding, Bill Saxton; Bass: Alex Blake, Essiet Essiet; Guitar: Ron Jackson; Conductor: Paul West.

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R yles Jazz Club

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Live Jazz at

Celebrating Our 30th Anniversary Season

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Scot Albertson with Dr. Joe Utterback Wed. Nov 10

Ian Duerr Trio Tue. Nov 16

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Tickets: $35, $30, $25

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Sponsored by SmallsLIVE The Live Performance Label for Smalls Jazz Club

WINNING SPINS By George Kanzler WO THIRTY-SOMETHING MUSICIANS an alto saxophonist from Russia with a penchant for finding lesser-known gems of jazz repertoire and a tenor saxophonist once more renowned for his alto playing who’s creating his own repertoire and group concept – account for this month’s Winning Spins. Dmitry Baevsky's Down With It (Sharp Nine) proves that the jazz of the mid-20th Century is full of underexplored tunes well worth hearing. Baevsky provides seven here, from six famous jazz masters, then rounds out the CD with two not-too-familiar pop standards. He's joined throughout by the nimble rhythm section of pianist Jeb Patton, bassist David Wong and drummer Jason Brown, with trumpeter Jeremy Pelt making the group a quintet on four tracks. The title tune kicks things off in crackling bebop fashion, the leader's alto sax leading the charge. It's one of two scintillatingly swift bop tunes from the pen of Bud Powell. The other, "Webb City," is a quintet number culminating in fast traded fours between the two horns and drummer Brown. More than most of today's alto saxophonists, Baevsky consciously shapes his sound, varying dynamics as well as patterns, utilizing his horn's lower register as well as its higher for emphasis - note the crinkled low notes injected into his bop runs on "Down With It" - and displaying tones and timbres subtly adjusted to fit the individual selections. So on "Mount Harissa," an exotic Duke Ellington piece from his Far East Suite, and even more so on the ballad "Last Night When We Were Young," he lets his phrases swoop and billow with a rich Johnny Hodges-influenced tone. On Thelonious Monk's "We See," both Baevsky and Patton find jagged humor in the composer's tune, then exploit it in their solos. The four quintet tracks provide the album with a welcome contrast from the quartet numbers; positioned midway, they also serve as a climactic centerpiece. Three of them offer attractive and relatively obscure tunes from three bebop/hard bop giants. Clifford Brown's "LaRue," an urbane song voiced by Pelt's muted trumpet shadowed by ghost-like obligati from Baevsky, is followed by Gigi Gryce's "Shabozz," a piquantly swinging theme enlivened by an Afro-Latin intro/coda. Sonny Rollins' "Decision," a funky hard bop theme with a quirky hesitation two-step, rounds out the quintet numbers. "Momentum" is the name that Myron Walden gives his current quintet, which is patterned after and inspired by the mid-1960s Miles Davis five-member band with Wayne

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Shorter on tenor saxophone. It's most probably the reason Waldon plays tenor instead of his formerly more usual alto on the pair of albums from the ensemble: Momentum and Momentum Live (both Demi Sound). The two CDs also reflect the contrast between the studio and live recordings of that Davis quintet. Momentum features not only a slightly different cast but also instrumentation. David Bryant plays electric Rhodes piano on that one, while Eden Ladin plays acoustic piano on Momentum Live. Trumpeter Dan Barrett and bassist Yasushi Nakamura appear on both CDs, but the drummers are Kendrick Scott (studio) and John Davis (live). They're as crucial to the contrast in sound and approach on the two CDs as the keyboard textures. Scott is the more kinetic and metrically adventurous drummer, while Davis is in-thepocket, pushing the beat rather than flexing it. So the sound of the studio sessions is more complex and textured than the live one. Walden has been a passionate alto saxophonist, and on tenor he displays as much if not more fervor, especially on the live CD, where longer tracks allow both him and trumpeter Barrett to stretch out in impassioned solos. The extra time is especially rewarding on "Miles," a cool, moody ballad in both versions that benefits from longer, more luxuriant dialoguing between tenor and trumpet on the live disc. Walden's

Woods cover photo by David W. Coulter, Hall by Fran Kaufman, Baevsky by Frank Bigotte

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Antoinette MONTAGUE

Thursday, November 4, 2010 5:00-8:00 pm Sounds Good on Paper – A Musical Revue ONE SHOW ONLY! Aetna Theater at the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art

860-838-4142 ••••••••••••••••••••••

Swingin Holiday Concert Saturday, December 4, 2010 6:00 pm -7:30 pm

Antoinette Montague Quintet Return Engagement Very special Jazz and Blues Vesper St. Albans Congregational Church In historic St. Albans, Queens 172-17 Linden Boulevard St. Albans, NY 11434 www.stalbanscc.org For bookings: Call 203-820-8819 or E-mail: annie@antoinettemontague.com

Sign-up for our E-ALERT at www.hothousejazz.com and be the 1st to know when the latest Hot House is available on line PUBLISHER: Dave Dittmann CO-FOUNDERS: Gene Kalbacher, Lynn Taterka & Jeff Levenson PRESIDENT: Gwen Calvier gwen@hothousejazz.com EDITOR: Paul Blair paul@hothousejazz.com New York’s Jazz BIBLE for PRODUCTION & ART DIRECTOR: 28 Years! Karen Pica karenathothouse@aol.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS: Sheila Anderson, Ken Dryden, Yvonne Ervin, Ken Franckling, George Kanzler, Elzy Kolb CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHER: Fran Kaufman PROOF READER: Robert Abel

For press releases and CD revues send a copy to both Editor Paul Blair: PO Box 90351, Brooklyn, NY 11209 Gwen Calvier: MAIN OFFICE: PO Box 20212 - Park West Station New York, NY 10025 For advertising requests and listing info contact Gwen Calvier Toll Free Phone: 888-899-8007 Fax: 866-548-8494. gwen@hothousejazz.com. Hot House Jazz Magazine is published monthly and all copyrights are the property of Gwen Calvier. All rights reserved. No material may be reproduced without written permission of the President. No unsolicited manuscripts will be returned unless enclosed with a self addressed stamped envelope. Domestic subscriptions are available for $30 annually (sent first class). For Canada $35 and international $40.

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CLUBS & HALLS UPPER MANHATTAN (Above 70th Street)

SUPPORT THE JAZZ MUSEUM IN HARLEM www.jazzmuseuminharlem.org ALOUETTE FRENCH BISTRO: 2588 Bway (bet 97 & 98 Sts). www.alouettenyc.com. 212-222-6808. Free adm. Ev Tues: 7-9pm. AMERICAN LEGION POST: 248W 132nd St (bet 7th & 8th Avs). 212-283-9701. Ev Wed, Thurs&Sun 7pm-11pm: Jam. BAR LUNA: 511 Amsterdam Av (bet 84th & 85th Sts). www.barlunanyc.com. 212-3621098. Ev Wed: Sari Kessler; ev Thurs: Carole Leigh. BELLA LUNA: 584 Columbus Av (bet 88th & 89th Sts). www.bellalunanyc.com. 212-8772267. Free adm. Ev Tues 8-10:30pm: Jack Wilkins & guests. Nov 2: Tom Dempsey; 9: Bucky Pizzarelli; 16: Howard Alden; 23: Peter Bernstein; 30: Harvie S. BEMELMANS: At Carlyle Hotel. 35E 76th St at Madison. www.thecarlyle.com. 212-5707189. Tues-Sat: 9:30pm Loston Harris. BILL’S PLACE: 148W 133rd St (bet Lenox & 7th Avs). www.billsaxton.com. 212-281-0777. $15 don. Ev Fri: 10pm&12am Bill Saxton AllStar Band. BILLIE’S BLACK RESTAURANT & LOUNGE: 271W 119th St (bet St. Nicholas Av & Frederick Douglass Blvd). 212-2802248. www.billiesblack.com. BRASSERIE JULIEN: 1422 3rd Av (bet 80th & 81st Sts). www.brasseriejulien.com. 212744-6327. Free adm. Ev Thurs 6:30-10:30pm, Fri&Sat 7pm-12am: Sedric Choukroun & friends. CAFÉ CARLYLE: At Carlyle Hotel. 35E 76th St at Madison. www.thecarlyle.com. 212-5707189. Tues-Sat 9:30pm Loston Harris at Bemelmans. CAFÉ JAZZ: At Manhattan School of Music. Bway & 122nd St. 212-749-2802. Informal concerts feat students from School's jazz dept. Free adm. CLEOPATRA’S NEEDLE: 2485 Bway (bet 92nd & 93rd Sts). www.cleopatrasneedleny. com. 212-769-6969. Sets: Mon,Tues&Sun 8pm-1am, Wed&Thurs 7-11pm, Fri&Sat 8pm12am; Late jam Wed&Thurs 11:30pm2:30pm, Fri&Sat 12:30-3am, Sun 8pm-1am. Free adm/$10 min. Ev Mon: Jam w/Roger Lent; ev Tues: Jam w/Robert Rucker; ev Wed: Singers open mic w/Les Kurtz; ev Sun: 4-8pm Singers open mic + Jam. Ev Wed&Thurs Trios, ev Fri&Sat Qrt. Nov 4: Dan Furman; 5: Evan Schwam; 6: Champion Fulton; 11: Michika Fukumari; 12: Gary Fisher; 13: Ken Simon; 18: Justin Lees; 19: Masami Ishikawa; 20: George Stella; 25: Champion Fulton; 26: Yaacov Mayman; 27: Larry Banks. CREOLE: 2167 3rd Av at E118th St. 212-8768838. www.creolenyc.com. Sets: Tues&Wed 9pm, weekends 8&10pm. Ev Sun 1-5pm: Jazz Brunch. Nov 20: Lou Volpe; 21: 5-8pm $20 adm Very Truly Yours www.vtyjazz.com

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feat Billy Harper/Bruce Harris Qnt. FB LOUNGE: 172E 106th St (bet Lexington & 3rd Av). www.fondaboricua.com. 212-3483929. Ev other Wed: 7:30&9:30pm Bobby Sanabria. HENRY’S: 2745 Bway at 105th St. 212-8660600. Free adm. Ev Sat: 12-3pm Jazz Brunch w/Bill Wurtzel Duo. LENOX LOUNGE: 288 Lenox Av (bet 124th & 125th Sts). 212-427-0253. www.lenoxlounge.com. Sets: Mon 9:30pm-2:30am, Tues-Thurs 8pm12am, Fri&Sat 8:30,10&11:30pm, Sun 711pm. Adm: Fri&Sat $20/$16 min/set, SunTues $10/$16 min, Wed&Thurs $3/$16 min. Ev Mon: Eric Wyatt (11/1,22&29), Sugar Hill Gp (11/8&15); ev Tues: Joey Morant; ev Wed: Nathan Lucas; ev Thurs: Calvin Cody West (11/4&11), Dakota & Nite Hawke (11/18&25); ev Sun: Open-Mic w/LaFayette Harris Trio. Nov 5: Benny Russell Trio; 6: Melba Joyce; 12: Lou Volpe; 13: Sabrina Bridge Bach; 19: Vinnie Knight & Knight Riders; 20: Onaje Allan Gumbs Trio; 26&27: Houston Person. LIME LEAF: 128W 72nd St (bet Columbus & Amsterdam Avs). 212-501-7800. Mon-Thurs: 7:30-10pm. LONDEL’S SUPPER CLUB: 2620 Frederick Douglas Blvd (bet 139th & 140th Sts). 212234-6114. www.londelsrestaurant.com. Ev Fri&Sat: 8-11pm $5 adm Brandon Sanders Trio. MANHATTAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC: Bway & 122nd St. 212-749-2802. www.msmnyc.edu. Free adm. Nov 2: Master class w/Cecil Bridgewater; 9: Master class w/Vijay Iyer; 19: Manhattan School Jazz Orch. MANNA HOUSE: 338E 106th St (bet 1st & 2nd Avs). www.mannahousejazz.org. 212-7228223. Nov 14: Annual Gala see Museum of the City of New York. MO-BAY: 17W 125th St. 212-876-9300. www.mobayrestaurant.com. MOUNT MORRIS ASCENSION PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: 16-20 Mount Morris Park West at 122nd St ((bet Lenox & 5th Avs). 212-831-6800. Nov 21: 3pm Craig Harris Gp. MUSEUM OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK: 1220 5th Av at 103rd St. 212-534-1672. www.mcny.org. Nov 14: Manna House Annual Gala feat Uptown Jazz String Qrt. NATIONAL JAZZ MUSEUM IN HARLEM: 104E 126th St #2C. (bet Park & Lexington Avs). 212-348-8300. www.jazzmuseuminharlem.org. Free adm. Ev Tues 7-8:30pm: Jazz for Curious Listeners series. Harlem Speaks series 6:30-8:30pm: Nov 4: Eric Person; 11: Dave Valentin. Jazz for Curious Readers series: tba. Saturday Panels series: tba. NEW AMSTERDAM MUSICAL ASSOCIATION: 107W 130th St (bet Lenox & Adam Clayton Powel Blvds). www.myspace.com/ newamsterdammusicalassociation. 212234-2973. $5/15 adm. Ev Mon: 7:30-11pm Jam; ev Thurs: 7-11pm Vocal Jam. NEW LEAF CAFÉ: 1 Margaret Corbin Dr. Fort Tryon Park. 212-568-5323. w w w . n e w l e a f r e s t a u r a n t . c o m . Ev Fri 7:30-10:30pm. PARLOR ENTERTAINMENT: 555 Edgecombe Av at 160th St. #3F. 212-781-6595. www.parlorentertainment.com. Ev Sun: 4pm free adm w/Marjorie Eliot, Bob Cunningham, Sedric Choukroun & spec guests. PJ'S BAR & LOUNGE: 2256 Adam Clayton Powell (bet 132nd & 133rd Sts). 212-8621511. Mon Night & Sun Brunch. Ev Sun: 15pm $5 adm Jazz Brunch w/Lady Leah & Jazzmasters. SHRINE: 2271 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd (bet 133rd & 134th Sts). 212-690-7807.

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LIVE JAZZ EVERY Tuesday-Saturday 1st set: 8:00 PM - 9:15 PM 2nd set: 10:00 PM - 11:15 PM Full menu available featuring Japanese and American specialties. Early diners (7:00 PM) will receive preferred seating.

Jazz Brunch every Sunday • Tony Middleton Trio 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM in Garden Café • Great Buffet - $29 No cover Wed. & Thurs. $25.00 cover Fri. & Sat. 66 Park Avenue @ 38th St. NYC 212 - 885 - 7119 Reservations Advised email: jazz@Kitano.com www.Kitano.com Every Tuesday in November

JILL MCCARRON SOLO PIANO Wednesday November 3

JOONSAM LEE QUARTET w/ Alex Collins, Miki Hirose, John Davis Thursday November 4

IRIS ORNIG QUARTET w/ Mike Rodriguez, Helen Sung, Gene Jackson Friday & Saturday November 5 & 6

HIROMI SHIMIZU w/ Don Friedman Trio w/ Harvie S, Shinnosuki Takahashi $25 Cover + $15 Minimum Wednesday November 10

YUKA MITO QUINTET w/ Tim Armacost, Allen Farnham, Dean Johnson, Eric Halvorson Thursday November 11

PASCALITO SEXTET Special Guest Stan Killian w/ Luiz Simas, Keiji Yoshino, Jose Moura, Mike Ramsey Friday & Saturday November 12 & 13

LEW TABACKIN MEETS ROBERTO GATTO & THE ITALIANS w/ Marco Tamburini, Giuseppe Bassi $25 Cover + $15 Minimum Wednesday November 17

LIBBY YORK QUARTET Special Guest Warren Vaché w/ John di Martino, Neal Miner, Thursday November 18

BOB DEVOS TRIO w/ Mike McGuirk, Billy Drummond Friday & Saturday November 19 & 20

SONNY FORTUNE QUARTET w/ Michael Cochrane, Gerald Cannon, Steve Johns $25 Cover + $15 Minimum Wednesday November 24

JANIS SIEGEL/FRED HERSCH DUO Thursday November 25

THANKSGIVING - NO MUSIC Friday & Saturday November 26 & 27

KENNY WERNER - SOLO PIANO $25 Cover + $15 Minimum

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www.shrinenyc.com. Free adm. Ev Sun: 4pm Jam w/Lu Reid. Nov 1: 6pm David Caldwell-Mason Trio; 2: 6pm Dave Kain Gp; 3: 6pm Natalie Galey, 7pm PJ Rasmussen; 4: 6pm Joe Truglio, 7pm Daniel Berg & Gestalt, 8pm Part-Time Hoodlums; 5: 6pm Nicholas Kadajski, 7pm Lonnie Gasperini Organ Trio; 6: 6pm Caleb Curtis, 7pm Natalie Cressman Qnt, 10pm Rajdulari Jazz Project, 11pm Underground Horns; 8: 6pm Igor Lumpert; 9: 7pm Albert Rivera Qrt; 10: 6pm Paul Jones, 7pm Isamu McGregor, 8pm Melissa Gardiner Qnt; 11: 7pm Jon Crowley; 12: 7pm Bradley Madsen Qrt; 13: 6pm Tucker & Larsen, 7pm John Troy, 8pm Arie Thompson; 16: 6pm Charles Brewer Trio; 17: 7pm Squiggletone, 9pm Tammy Scheffer; 18: 9pm Liana Harper; 19: 7pm Chris Massey Nue Jazz Trio; 20: 7pm Jonas Ganzemuller; 22: 6pm B.J. Jansen, 10pm Nadina Mauri Band; 27: 7pm Asako Takasaki. SHOMANâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S: 375W 125th St at Morningside. www.myspace.com/showmansjazz. 212864-8941. SMOKE: 2751 Bway (bet 105th & 106th Sts). 212-864-6662. www.smokejazz.com. Sets: Sun-Thurs 7,9&10:30pm + Late (L) 11:30pm, Wed 12am, Fri&Sat 8,10&11:30pm + L 12:30am. Brunch Sat&Sun: 11:30am w/Jeremy Siskind Trio, 1&3pm w/Lea DeLaria & friends. Adm/min: vary. Ev Mon: 7&9pm Smoke Big Band by Bill Mobley, 10:30pm Jam w/John Farnsworth Qrt; ev Tues: Mike LeDonne Qrt, L Dan Christensen Trio; ev Wed: 6:30pm Sam Rademan Trio, 9,10:30pm&12am Soul Station; ev Thurs: Gregory Porter, L Jazz Meets Hip Hop; ev Fri: L Ken Fowser Qnt; ev Sat: L Johnny Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neal & friends; ev Sun: 7pm except 11/21 K.J. Denhert, L Jason Teborek Qrt. Nov 5&6: Music of Wes Montgomery; 12&13: Curtis Fuller Qnt; 19&20: Jeremy Pelt Qnt; 21: Gregory Porter; 25: closed; 26&27: One For All. ST NICKâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S PUB: 149th St at St. Nicholas Av. 212-283-9728. Sets: 10pm-2am. Free adm. Ev Mon: Various Artists; ev Tues: Melvin Vines Qrt; ev Wed: Greg Bandy Group; ev Thurs: Various Artists; ev Fri: Donald Smith Ens; ev Sat: African night feat Mback; ev Sun: T.C. The 3rd Singers workshop. SUGAR BAR: 254W 72nd St (bet Bway & W End Av). 212-579-0222. www.sugarbarnyc.com. Adm varies. Sets: 8pm unless otherwise noted. Ev Thurs 9pm: Open Mic w/Andre Smith & Sugar Bar All Star Band. SYMPHONY SPACE: 2537 Bway at 95th St. 212-864-5400. www.symphonyspace.org. Music 7:30pm unless otherwise noted. Nov 5&6: Space in the Heart by Bill Smith feat Rachelle Fleming, Nicole Pasternak & Dominic Inferrera; 6: 8pm Arturo O'Farrill & Afro Latin Jazz Orch w/spec guests Miguel ZenĂłn & William Cepeda; 11: David Amram Bday feat Queens College Orch cond by Maurice Peress, Brooklyn Conservatory of Music Jazz Orch & Gospel Choir, Earl McIntyre, Renee Manning. TRIAD THEATER: 158W 72nd St (bet Bway & Columbus). www.triadnyc.com. 212-3622590. Adm varies + 2 drink/min. Nov 2: 9pm Steven Kroon Sxt.

MID-TOWN MANHATTAN (Between 35th & 69th Street) AMERICAN FOLK ART MUSEUM: 2 Lincoln Sq on Columbus Av (bet 65th & 66th Sts). www.folkartmuseum.org. 212-595-9533. Free adm. Ev Wed: 2-3pm Bill Wurtzel/Mike Gari Duo.


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B SMITH’S: 320W 46th St (bet 8th & 9th Avs). 212-315-1100. www.bsmith.com. Free adm. Ev Fri&Sat 8:30-11:30pm & Sun Brunch 12:30-2pm: Albert Rivera Organ Trio. BENOIT: 60W 55th St (bet 5th & 6th Avs). www.benoitny.com. 646-943-7373. Ev Wed: 7-10pm Justin Wert/Corcoran Holt Duo. BIRDLAND: 315W 44th St (bet 8th & 9th Avs). 212-581-3080. www.birdlandjazz.com. Kitchen open until 1am. Sets: 8:30&11pm, except Mon 7pm & Sun 9pm. Adm varies/$10 min. Ev Mon: 7pm 1st set + 9:30pm Jim Caruso Cast Party; ev Wed: 5:30-7:15pm David Ostwald Louis Armstrong Centennial Band; ev Fri: 5:15-7pm Birdland Big Band by Tommy Igoe; ev Sun: 6pm Jazz Party w/Hilary Kole, 9&11pm except 11/7 Chico O’Farrill Afro-Cuban Jazz Orch. Nov 2-7: Django Reinhardt NY Festival; 9-13: Jim Hall Qrt; 16-20: Phil Woods Qnt; 18: 6pm Takako Exotique Trio; 23-25: Monty Alexander; 26&27: Chita Rivera. CARNEGIE CLUB: At City Spire Centre. 156W 56th St. www.thecarnegieclub.net. 212-9579676. Ev Fri: Michael Bellar Band; ev Sat: Sinatra tribute feat Steve Maglio & Stan Rubin 11 Piece Orch. CARNEGIE HALL: 57th St & 7th Av. 212-2477800. www.carnegiehall.org. Carnegie Hall (CH), Zankel Hall (ZH). Nov 9: ZH 8:30pm Brad Mehldau; 10: ZH 9:30pm Chris Potter Underground. CHARLEY O’S SHUBERT ALLEY: 1611 Bway at 49th St. 212-246-1960. Free adm/$25 min. Ev Mon: 8:30pm Stan Rubin Allstar Band; ev Fri: 8:30&10:30pm Lou Volpe Gp. CHEZ JOSEPHINE: 414W 42nd St (bet 9th & Dyer Avs). www.chezjosephine.com. 212594-1925. Ev Sat: 8pm-12am Sarah Mc Lawler Duo. CHURRASCARIA PLATAFORMA: 316W 49th St (bet 8th & 9th Avs). 212-245-0505. www.churrascariaplataforma.com. Ev Fri& Sat: Portinho Gp feat Klaus Mueller. COMMUNITY CHURCH OF NEW YORK: 40E 35th St (bet Madison & Park Avs). 212683-4988.www.ccny.org/www.aacmnew york.com. Nov 19: 8pm $30/15 adm Amina Claudine Myers/Reggie Nicholson Duo & Wadada Leo Smith Ens. DESTINO: 891 1st Av at 50th St. 212-751-0700. www.destinony.com. Ev Mon: 7:30-10:30pm Tony Middleton. DIZZY’S CLUB COCA COLA: At Jazz @ Lincoln Center, Frederick P. Rose Hall. Bway at 60th St. 5th Fl. 212-258-9595. www.jalc.org. Sets: Sun-Thurs 7:30&9:30 pm, After Hours (AH) 11pm, Fri&Sat add 11:30pm, AH 12:45am. Adm: $30/35, Mon $20, AH $10, student discounts w/ID. Min $10 table, $5 bar. Nov 1: WBGO presents Berklee Global Jazz Institute; 2-7: Dado Moroni Qnt; 6: 12:30pm free adm Paul Beaudry & Pathways; 8: Don Friedman Trio w/Hiromi Shimizu; 9-14: Carl Allen/Rodney Whitaker Project; 15: Upstarts! w/Gregory Porter & friends; 16-21: Renee Rosnes Qnt; 22: Juilliard Jazz Ens w/spec guest Brian Lynch; 23-28: Ken Peplowski/Bucky Pizzarelli Qnt; 29: Upstarts! w/Manhattan School of Music Jazz Orch & Ens; 30-Dec 5: Mulgrew Miller & Wingspan. After Hour: tba. EDISON BALLROOM: 240W 47th St (bet Bway & 8th Avs). www.edisonballroom.com. 212-201-7650. 7-9:30pm $125 adm incl dinner & drinks, 10pm-1am $45 ad incl hors d’oeuvres & drinks. Nov 5&26: Joe Battaglia New York Big Band. FEINSTEIN’S: At Regency Hotel. 540 Park Av. at 61st St. www.feinsteinsattheregency.com. 212-339-4095. Sets: 8:30pm except Fri&Sat

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MS. VINNIE KNIGHT & THE KNIGHT RIDERS SAT. NOV. 20

ONAJE ALLAN GUMBS TRIO FRI. & SAT. NOV. 26 & 27

HOUSTON PERSON Restaurant open Monday - Thursday 5pm -11pm Friday & Saturday 5pm -1am Sets: Friday & Saturday 8:30pm, 10:00pm & 11:30pm $20.00 Cover Charge per set $16.00 Minimum Purchase per set Weeknight cover: $10 EVERY SUNDAY 7:00pm -11:00pm VOCAL JAM WITH THE LAFAYETTE HARRIS TRIO EVERY MONDAY 9:30pm - 2:30am November 1, 22 & 29 ERIC WYATT JAM SESSION November 8 & 15 PATIENCE HIGGINS AND THE SUGAR HILL QUARTET November 18 & 25 ERIC WYATT EVERY TUESDAY 8:00pm - 12:00am JOEY MORANT EVERY WEDNESDAY 8:00pm - 12:00am November 3, 10 & 17 NATHAN LUCAS ORGAN GROUP November 24 COMEDIAN PAUL MOONEY LIVE IN HARLEM EVERY THURSDAY 8:00pm - 12:00am November 4 & 11 CALVIN CODY WEST November 18 & 25 DAKOTA & NITE HAWKE

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AMRAM & CO David Amram; Kevin Twigg; John de Witt; Adam Amram; John Ventimiglia 8:30PM BLUE TUESDAYS: JULIE HARDY Julie Hardy; Mark Shilansky; Matt Clohesy; Jared Schonig; special guests. 8:30PM SUNNY JAIN Nir Felder; Dave Cook; Gary Wang; Sunny Jain 8:30PM STEPHAN CRUMP WITH ROSETTA TRIO Liberty Ellman; Jamie Fox; Stephan Crump 8:30PM RALPH ALESSI AND MODULAR THEATRE Ralph Alessi; Loren Stillman; Drew Gress; Mark Ferber; Will Jennings 9:00PM & 10:30PM LUCIAN BAN'S DECO HEART FEATURING BOB STEWART & MAT MANERI Lucian Ban; Mat Maneri; Bruce Williams; Gerald Cleaver; Bob Stewart 9:00PM & 10:30PM GREG WARD'S FITTED SHARDS Greg Ward; Rob Clearfield; Jeff Greene; Quin Kirchner 8:30PM THE CHINA PROJECT: UMS 'N JIP Javier Hagen; Ulrike Mayer-Spohn 8:30PM LINDSEY HORNER Lindsey Horner; Jimmy Cozier; Sunny Jain; Neal Kirkwood 8:30PM POST FOLK: SEAN WAYLAND Sean Wayland, Nate Wood, Jesske Hume, Mark Guiliana Becca Stevens, host 8:30PM POST FOLK: NATE WOOD Nate Wood; Jesske Hume; Sean Wayland; Mark Guiliana Becca Stevens, host 10:00PM MICHAEL BATES' OUTSIDE SOURCES Russ Johnson; Quinsin Nachoff; Tom Rainey; Michael Bates 8:30PM THE JAMIE SAFT SPECIAL QUINTET Jamie Saft; Bill McHenry; Duane Eubanks; Ben Perowsky 9:00PM & 10:30PM THE MYSTERY CABARET Bobby Torkova; Faye Lane; Leslie Goshko 6:00PM SPOKE Dan Loomis; Andy Hunter; Justin Wood; Danny Fischer 8:30PM CORNELIA TONIGHT WITH PAT DIXON 8:30PM BLUE TUESDAYS: PETER ELDRIDGE Peter Eldridge; Tim Lefebvre; Ben Wittman Julie Hardy, host 8:30PM HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DAVID AMRARM PLUS ROBIN HIRSCH, MINISTER OF CULTURE 8:30PM THE KIRK KNUFFKE QUARTET Kirk Knuffke; Brian Drye; Mark Helias; Jeff Davis 8:30PM ADAM KOLKER TRIO FEATURIING BILLY HART & JOHN HEBERT Adam Kolker; John Hebert; Billy Hart 9:00PM & 10:30PM ELLERY ESKELIN TRIO Ellery Eskelin; Gary Versace; Nasheet Waits 9:00PM & 10:30PM MUSIC/WORDS Inna Faliks; Oni Buchanan; Sandra Beasley 6:00PM BOBBY AVEY QUARTET FEATURING DAVE LIEBMAN Bobby Avey; David Liebman; Thomson Kneeland; Dan Weiss 8:30PM 21ST CENTURY SCHIZOID MUSIC PRESENTS: PRESTER JOHN Shawn Persinger; David Miller; Frank Oteri, host 8:30PM TOM BECKHAM GROUP "REBOUND" Tom Beckham; Chris Cheek; Henry Hey; Matt Clohesy; Greg Ritchie 8:30PM DAN RUFOLO TRIO: CD RELEASE Dan Rufolo; Bill Thoman; Arthur Vint 8:30PM HAPPY THANKSGIVING! JOHN MCNEIL'S URBAN LEGEND John McNeil; Kenny Pexton; Steve Cardenas; Ben Allison; Rodney Green 9:00PM & 10:30PM MARK DRESSER QUINTET Rudresh Mahanthappa; Amir ElSaffar; Denman Maroney; Tom Rainey; Mark Dresser 8:30PM HARRIS EISENSTADT AND CANADA DAY Nate Wooley; Matt Bauder; Chris Dingman; Eivind Opsvik; Harris Eisenstadt 8:30PM JONATHAN KREISBERG QUARTET Jonathan Kreisberg; Will Vinson; Matt Penman; Mark Ferber 8:30PM

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8&10:30pm. Nov 23-27: Paula West. FLUTE BAR: 205W 54th St (bet Bway & 7th Av). 212-265-5169. www.flutebar.com. Ev Wed except 11/24: 8-11pm. Nov 3: Jesse Simpson Trio; 10: Brian Villegas Trio; 17: Dave Miller Trio. IGUANA RESTAURANT: 240W 54th St at Bway. 212-399-9457. Free adm. Nov 8: 8pm Vandoren Jam feat Mark Gross Qrt. IRIDIUM: 1650 Bway at 51st St. 212-582-2121. www.iridiumjazzclub.com. Sets: 8&10pm, Midnight series 12am. Adm varies/$5 min. Student 1/2 price adm 2nd set Tues-Thurs& Sun. Ev Mon: Les Paul Monday w/Les Paul Trio & spec guests w/Jeff Golub & Henry Butler 11/1, tba 11/8, Billy Squier Blues Deluxe w/spec guests Uptown Horns 11/15, Larry Carlton 11/22, Bucky Pizzarelli/ Howard Alden Trio 11/29. Nov 2: Stacey Lynn Brass; 3-7: Eliane Elias; 9: Kurt Reichebach; 10&11: Raga Bop Trio; 12-14: Freda Payne; 8pm Glen Heroy feat Maestrosities, 10pm Hit Squad; 17: Mahavishnu Project; 18: Travis Sullivan Bjorkestra; 19&20: Chad Smith Bombastic Meatbats; 23: Gregory Moore/Barbara Rosene Little Big Band; 24&25: tba; 26-28: Billy Hart Qrt feat Ethan Iverson; 30: Terese Genecco Little Big Band w/spec guest Klea Blackhurst. Midnight series w/Nov 5: tba; 6: Adam Ramsay/C.J. Glass Qnt; 12: Charles Brewer Trio; 13: Greg Diamond Band; 19: Colony; 20: Jeff Lofton; 26: tba; 27: Venissa Santi. JAZZ @ LINCOLN CENTER: Frederick P. Rose Hall, 5th Fl. Bway at 60th St. 212-2589800. www.jalc.org. Allen Room (AR), Rose Theater (RT). Nov 5&6: RT 8pm Music of Billy Strayhorn by JALCO w/Wynton Marsalis feat José James; 12&13: RT 8pm Bobby McFerrin; 20: RT 1&3pm Jazz for Young People®, What is Jazz? by JALCO w/Wynton Marsalis. JOE G: 244W 56th St (bet Bway & 8th Av). 212765-3160. Ev Wed: Jeanne Gies Duo. JUILLIARD SCHOOL: 60 Lincoln Center Plaza. 212-799-5000. www.juilliard.edu. KITANO HOTEL: 66 Park Av at 38th St. 212885-7119. www.kitano.com. Sets: Mon 811:30pm, Tues-Sat 8&10pm, Sun 11am-2pm. Free adm/$15 min/set, except Fri &Sat, $25 cover+min, Sun $29 buffet. Ev Mon: Jam w/Iris Ornig; ev Tues: Jill McCarron Solo; ev Sun: Jazz Brunch w/Tony Middleton Trio. Nov 3: Joonsam Lee Qr; 4: Iris Ornig Qrt; 5&6: Hiromi Shimizu w/Don Friedman Trio; 10: Yuka Mito Qnt; 11: Pascalito Sxt w/spec guest Stan Killian; 12&13: Lew Tabackin Meets Roberto Gatto & Italians; 17: Libby York Qrt w/spec guest Warren Vaché; 18: Bob DeVos Trio; 19&20: Sonny Fortune Qrt; 24: Janis Siegel/Fred Hersch Duo; 25: closed; 26&27: Kenny Werner. KLAVIERHAUS: 211W 58th St (bet 7th Av & Bway). www.klavierhaus.com. 212-2454535. Nov 5: Diane Moser/Mark Dresser Duo. KOVO: 506 9th Av (bet 38th & 39th Sts). 646398-7825. Ev Thurs: 7-9pm Danny Walsh, Justin Wert, Dave Speranza. LIGHTHOUSE: 111E 59th St (bet Park & Lexington Avs). 516-627-4468. Sets: 7:15pm. LOCAL 802: Associated Musicians of Greater New York Club Room. 322 W 48th St (bet 8th & 9th Sts). www.local802afm.org. Ev Mon: 79:30pm Jazz Foundation of America Jam. MILES’ CAFÉ: 212E 52nd St (bet 2nd & 3rd Avs). 212-371-7657. www.milescafe.com/ny. Sets: PM Mon 5-9:30pm, Sat 5:30-7:30pm, Sun 6:30-9:30pm, E 7:30-9:15pm, L 9:3011:30pm unless otherwise noted. $10


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adm/$10 min unless otherwise noted. Ev Mon: PM Alicia Tango Practica, L except 11/1&8 Emilio Solla y la Inestable de Brooklyn. Nov 1: L Sam Harris Gp; 2: E Brenda Earle, L Chris Byars Qrt; 3: E Charley Gerard, L Clemens Orth Trio; 4: E Sam Reider, L Alex Terrier; 5: E Rodrigo Bonelli Gp, L Uri Gurvich; 6: PM Jo-Yu Chen Trio, E Steve Cardenas/Jim Campilongo Duo, L Little Red Top; 7: PM Deborah Davis & A Few Good Men, E Jeremy Siskind, L Caleb Curtis Qrt; 8: L Kate Cosco Trio; 9: E Michel Reis, L Mamiko Kitaura Trio; 10: E Ustream Master Class, L Todd Horton; 11: E Asen Doykin Trio, L Nadav Snir; 12: E Chris Crocco Fluid Trio, L Rale Micic; 13: PM Yuki Shibata Qrt, E Julian Waterfall Pollack Trio, L Subtone; 14: PM Bryan Carter Qnt, E aRAUz Qrt, L Origin Blue; 16: E Napua Davoy, L Lisa Engelken + Olive Noir Qrt; 17: E Jazz Patrol, L Dreyas Barnes; 18: E McDonald/Ridl/Cain Solo, Duo, Trio, L Jorge Sylvester ACE Collective; 19: E Bethany Wild, L Bossa Nova Trio; 20: PM Ted Kooshian Standard Orbit Qrt, E Bruce Arnold Trio, L Brad Shepik Trio; 21: PM Amie Amis Qrt, E Paul Jones Gp, L Shauli Einav; 23: E Elisabeth Lohninger, L GP5; 24: E DG Organ 5tet, L Yayoi Ikawa/Eddy Khaimovich Trio; 26: E Linda Ciofalo, L David Caldwell-Mason Trio; 27: PM Michael Dease Qrt, E Mika, L Roberta Piket Trio; 28: 6:30-7:30pm Chiyong meets Heavy Flow, E Daryl Johnson Trio, L David Berkman Trio; 30: E Alexei Tsiganov, L Matt Slocum Trio. NB LOUNGE: At Lombardy Hotel. 111E 56th St (bet Park & Lexington Avs). 212-753-8600. www.lombardyhotel.com. Free adm. Ev Mon&Thurs except 11/25: 7:30-11pm Mamiko Taira Duo. OAK ROOM: At the Algonquin Hotel. 59W 44th St (bet 5th & 6th Avs). 212-840-6800. www.thealgonquin.net. Ev Sun: 1pm Jazz Brunch w/Barbara Carroll & Jay Leonhart. OPIA: 130E 57th St (bet Park & Lexington Avs). 212-688-3939. www.opiarestaurant.com. Ev Mon: 8pm. PALIO BAR: At Piano Due Ristorante. 151W 51st St (bet 6th & 7th Avs). 212-399-9400. www.pianoduenyc.net. Ev Fri&Sat: 811:30pm. Nov 5: Sarah Hayes feat John Colianni; 6: Don Braden Trio feat Joe Cohn; 12: Joan Crowe Qrt; 13: Kat Gang Trio; 19: Danny Walsh Qrt feat Joe Cohn; 20: Joe Cohn Trio feat Rachelle Collins; 26: Sarah Hayes Qrt feat John Colianni; 27: George Garzone Trio feat Joe Cohn. PAUL HALL: 155W 65th St (bet Amsterdam & Bway). 212-769-7406. www.juilliard.edu. Nov 2: 8pm Juilliard Jazz Ens w/guest Curtis Fuller. RUSSIAN SAMOVAR: 256W 52nd St (bet Bway & 8th Av). www.russiansamovar.com. 212-757-0168. Tues-Sun: 8pm. RUE 57: 60W 57th St at 6th Ave. 212-307-5656. www.rue57.com. Ev Tues: 8-11:30pm. Nov 2: Nicki Parrott Qrt; 9: Craig Handy Qrt; 23: Mark Morganelli & Jazz Forum All-Stars; 30: Allan Harris Qrt. RUSSIAN VODKA ROOM: 265W 52 St at 8th Av. www.russianvodkaroom.com. 212-307-5835. Ev Mon: 7pm-12am Dmitri Kolesnik Trio. SAINT PETER’S CHURCH: 619 Lexington Av at 54th St. (Citicorp Bld). www.saintpeters.org. 212-935-2200. IWJ events free adm. Ev 1st Mon: 7:30pm International Women in Jazz Jam; ev Wed: 1pm $7 don Midtown Jazz at Midday. Nov 1: 7pm Memorial for Brian O. Grice; 3: Harry Allen/Rossano Sportiello Duo; 7: Ike Sturm Band + Voices, 7pm Paul Knopf; 10: Tuba d’Amore Qnt; 14: Chihiro Yamamaka Trio; 17: David Coss Trio feat Danny Mixon; 21: Norwegian Snow; 24: Judi

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B FLAT: Basement 277 Church St (bet Franklin & White Sts). www.bflat.info. 212-219-2970. Sets: 8-11pm. Ev Mon: Josh Benko Trio; ev Wed: Jordan Young. BANJO JIM’S: 700E 9th St at Av C. 212-7770869. www.banjojims.com. Nov 1: Elizabeth!; 28: Allison Miller. BAR NEXT DOOR: 129 McDougal St. 212-5295945. www.lalanternacaffe.com. Sets: MonThurs 8:30&10:30pm, Fri&Sat 7:30,9:30& 11:30pm, Sun 8&10pm. Adm: $12+1 drink min/set. Trios unless otherwise noted. Ev Tues: Joel Frahm; ev Wed: Jonathan Kreisberg; ev Sun: Peter Mazza. Nov 1: Magos Herrera; 4: Hendrick Meurkens; 5: Tom Dempsey; 6: Sean Smith; 8: Daniela Schaechter; 11: Anat Cohen/Howard Alden Duo; 12: Dmitry Baevsky; 13: Mike Moreno; 15: Jean Rohe; 18: Jake Saslow Trio; 19: Lage Lund; 20: Freddie Bryant Kaleidoscope; 22: Angela Bingham; 25: Jerome Sabbagh; 26: Bruce Cox; 27: Gilad Hekselman; 29: Melissa Stylianou. BITTER END: 147 Bleecker St (bet Thompson & LaGuardia). www.bitterend.com. 212-6737030. Nov 20: 7pm Allan Harris. BLUE NOTE: 131W 3rd St at 6th Av. 212-4758592. www.bluenotejazz.com. Dinner 7pm2am. Sets: 8&10:30pm + ev Fri&Sat Late Night 12:30am; ev Sun 12:30&2:30pm Jazz Brunch. Adm varies. Nov 1: Eric Person & Metamorphosis; 2-7: Dizzy Gillespie™ Alumni All-Stars; 8: Abby Dobson; 9&10: Kyle Eastwood; 11-14: Ottmar Liebert Solo; 15: Tessa Souter; 16&17: Cassandra Wilson; 18-21: Charlie Haden/Paul Bley Duo; 22: Maya Azucena; 23-25: Keiko Matsui; 26-28: Dave Brubeck; 29: NYU Big Band & spec guests; 30: John Scofield/ Robben Ford Gp. Late Night w/Nov 5: Colin Dean; 6: Sam Barsh; 12: Melvin Sparks; 13: Mauricio Zottarelli; 20: Malika Zarra; 26: Jonathan Powell & nu Sangha; 27: Dwight & Nicole. Jazz Brunch w/Nov 7: Kenny Werner & NYU Ens; 14: Sofia Tosello; 21: Music of Bud Powell by Juilliard Jazz Ens; 28: Elio Villafranca. BLUE OWL: 196 2nd Av at 12th St. 212-505-BLUE. www.blueowlnyc.com. Ev Sun: 8-11pm. BOWERY WINE COMPANY: 13E 1st St at 2nd Av. www.bowerywineco.com. 212-614-0800. Ev Tues& Wed: 7pm. BUBBLE LOUNGE: 228W Bway (bet Franklin & Moore Sts). 212-431-3433. www.bubblelounge.com. Ev Wed except 11/24: 9pm Stephane Wrembel. CAFÉ LOUP: 105W 13th St (bet 6th & 7th Avs). 212-255-4746. Free adm/$5 min. Ev Sun: Jazz Brunch 12:30am-3:30pm, eve 6:309:30pm. Sun brunch: Bob Kindred, John Hart & Steve LaSpina; Sun eve: Junior Mance/Hide Tanaka Duo. CITY WINERY: 155 Varick St (bet Spring & Vandam Sts). www.citywinery.com. 212-6080555. Nov 20: Roswell Rudd Trombone Tribe. CLEMENTE SOTO VÉLEZ CULTURAL & EDUCATIONAL CENTER: 107 Suffolk St (bet Rivington & Delancey Sts). 212-2604080. csvcenter.com. CORNELIA STREET CAFÉ: 29 Cornelia St. 212-989-9319. www.corneliastreetcafe.com. Sets unless otherwise noted: MonThurs&Sun 8:30pm, Fri&Sat 9&10:30pm. Adm varies. Nov 1: Amram & Co; 2: Julie Hardy; 3: Sunny Jain; 4: Stephan Crump w/Rosetta Trio; 5: Ralph Alessi & Modular Theatre; 6: Lucian Ban Deco Heart; 7: Greg Ward Fitted Shards; 8: China Project; 9: Lindsey Horner; 10: 8:30pm Sean Wayland, 10pm Nate Wood; 11: Michael Bates; 12&13: Jamie Saft Special Qnt; 14: 6pm Mystery Cabaret, 8:30pm Spoke; 15: Pat Dixon; 16: Peter Eldridge; 17:

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Wayne Krantz; 8: L Story; 9: E Sean Smith Qrt; 17: Melissa Stylianou; 18: L Wayne Krantz; 19: Tessa Souter. FLUTE BAR: 40E 20th St (bet Bway & Park Av S). 212-529-7870. www.flutebar.com. Free adm. Ev Wed except 11/24: 8-11pm. Nov 3: MLS Trio; 10: Rob Duguay Low Key Trio; 17: Shawn Baltazor Trio. GARAGE: 99 7th Av S (bet W 4th & Bleecker). www.garagerest.com. 212-645-0600. Free adm/no min. Sets: Early (E) Mon&Tues 710pm, Wed&Thurs 6-10pm, Fri&Sat 6:1510:15pm, Sun 7-11pm; Late (L) Mon-Thurs 10:30pm-2:30am, Fri&Sat 10:45pm-2:45am, Sun 11:30pm-2:30am; Brunch (B) Sat&Sun 12-4pm. Ev Mon: E Howard Williams Jazz Orch; ev Sun: E David Coss Trio. Nov 1: L Ben Cliness Trio; 2: E Valery Ponomarev Big Band, L Justin Lees Trio; 3: E Mark Devine Trio, L Jean Caze Trio; 4: E Champian Fulton Trio, L Alex Stein/Matt Brown; 5: E Hide Tanaka Trio, L Tim Price & Ryan Anselmi Tenor Maddness; 6: B Larry Newcomb Trio, E Chris Massey, L Daylight Blues Band; 7: B John Colianni Qnt, L tba; 8: L Austin Walker Trio; 9: E Lou Caputo Not So Big Band, L Paul Francis Trio; 10: E Michael O’Brien Trio, L Anderson Brothers; 11: E Nick Moran Trio, L David White Qnt; 12: E Andrew Hadro Qrt, L Kevin Dorn & Big 72; 13: B Gypsy Jazz Caravan, E Brooks Hartell Trio, L Virginia Mayhew Qrt; 14: B Lou Caputo Qrt, L tba; 15: L Kenny Shanker Qrt; 16: E tba, L Alan Chaubert Trio; 17: E Bernal/Eckroth/Ennis, L Alex Hoffman Qrt; 18: E Rick Stone Trio, L Mauricio de Souza Trio; 19: E Champian Fulton Trio, L Dre Barnes Project; 20: B Evan Schwam Qrt, E Mark Marino Trio, L tba; 21: B John Colianni Qnt, L Ryan Anselmi Qnt; 22: L Michika Fukumori Trio; 23: E David White Jazz Orch, L Kurt Bacher Qrt; 24: E Nancy Reed Trio, L Andrew Atkinson & Friends; 25: 1-5:30pm Larry Newcomb Trio, E&L tba; 26: E Joseph Perez Qrt, L Kevin Dorn & Big 72; 27: B David Bennett Cohen Jazz Brunch, E Eve Silber Trio, L Akiko Tsuruga Trio; 28: B Iris Ornig Qrt, L tba; 29: L Fukushi Tainaka Trio; 30: E Jazz Band Classic, L Dave Kain Gp. GREENWICH VILLAGE BISTRO: 13 Carmine St (bet Bleecker & 6th Av). 212-206-9777. www.greenwichvillagebistro.com. JAZZ AT NOON: At Players 16 Gramercy Park South (bet Park Av S & 3rd Av). 212-4756116/www.theplayersnyc.org, 212-6747360/www.jazzatnoon.com. Ev Fri: 12-2pm "Les Lieber’s Jazz At Noon" w/Bill Wurtzel, Arthur Lohman, Ed Finkel, George DeLeon, Dr. Robert Litwak, Hide Tanaka, John Fitzpatrick, Hiromi Kasuga, Mike Cantor w/weekly spec guests. JAZZ GALLERY: 290 Hudson St (bet Spring & Dominick Sts). www.jazzgallery.org. 212-2421063. Sets: 9&10:30pm. Adm varies. Ev Mon: Steve Coleman. Nov 3: Miguel Zenon Qrt; 4: John Escreet Trio; 5: Tim Green Qnt; 6: Jonathan Finlayson & Sicilian Defense; 11: Philip Dizack Qnt; 12: Darcy James Argues Secret Society; 18: Tia Fuller Qrt; 19: Linda Oh Trio; 20: Angelica Sanchez Trio; 25: closed; 26&27: David Gilmore. JAZZ STANDARD: 116E 27th St (bet Park & Lexington Avs). www.jazzstandard.net. 212576-2232. Mouthwatering Barbecue at restaurant Blue Smoke 212-576-2232 or www.opentable.com. Sets: 7:30&9:30pm + 11:30pm Fri&Sat. Cover varies. No min. Ev Mon: Mingus Mondays w/Big Band (11/1&15), Orchestra (11/8&22), Dynasty (11/29); ev Sun: 2-3pm Jazz for Kids. Nov 2: Benito González Qnt; 3-7: Christian McBride & Inside Straight; 9&10: Julian Lage Gp; 1114: Cyrus Chestnut Trio; 16&17: Sheila

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Ballin, L Grant Stewart Qrt; 17: E Spike Wilner Solo, L Jaimeo Brown Gp feat J.D. Allen, N Jeremy Manasia Trio; 18: E Ehud Asherie Solo, L Michael Blake Gp, N Carlos Abadie Qnt; 19: E Jordan Young Qrt, L Lew Tabackin Qrt, N Lawrence Leathers; 20: 4pm SUNY Purchase Student Combos w/Todd Coolman, E Ned Goold Trio, L Lew Tabackin Qrt; 21: L Dave Schnitter Qnt; 22: E Peter Bernstein Solo; 23: E Hillary Gardner, L Don Freidman Trio; 24: E David Berkman Solo, L Luis Perdomo Gp feat Miguel Zenon, N Craig Wuepper Earsight! Trio; 25: E tba, L Omer Avital Gp, N Dwayne Clemons Qnt; 26: E Charly Swinging Facebook Friends, L Sam Newsome Qrt, N Anthony Wonsey; 27: E Sacha Perry Trio, L Sam Newsome Qrt; 28: L Joe Magnarelli Qrt; 29: E Gene Bertoncini Solo; 30: E Michelle Zangara, L Dmitry Baevsky Qrt. ST JOHN’S LUTHERAN CHURCH: 83 Christopher St (bet Bleecker & W 4th Sts). Ev Sun: 6pm Jazz Mass w/Sharel Cassity. STONE: 2nd St at Av C. www.thestonenyc. com. Tues-Sun. Sets: Early (E) 8pm, Late (L) 10pm. Adm varies. Nov 14: Jay Clayton; 18: Newman Taylor Baker; 21&22: Connie Crothers. TONDA: 235E 4th St at Av B. 212-254-2900. www.ondapzza.com. Nov 30: Elizabeth!. TRIBECA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER: 199 Chambers St. 212-220-1460. $45-15 adm. Nov 13: 8pm Randy Weston Orch. VILLAGE VANGUARD: 178 7th Av S at 11th St. 212-255-4037. www.villagevanguard.com. Sets: 9&11pm & additional 12:30am Sat (check w/club). Adm: Mon-Thurs $20/$10min, Fri-Sun $25/$10min. Ev Mon: Vanguard Jazz Orch. Nov 1: Chucho Valdés; 2-7: Lou Donaldson Qrt; 9-14: Mark Turner Trio; 1621: Paul Motian Spt; 23-28: Tom Harrell Qnt; 30-Dec 5: Fred Hersch Solo. VISION FESTIVAL: www.visionfestival.org. 212-696-6681. See Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center. WALKER’S: 16N Moore St at Varick. 212-9410142. Sets: 8-11pm. Ev Sun: Peter Leitch Duo. Nov 7: Harvie S; 14: Dwayne Burno; 21: Charles Davis; 28: Sean Smith. ZEB’S: 223W 28th St (bet 7th & 8th Avs). $10 adm. Ev Wed: 8:30pm Saul Rubin Trio w/vocalist guest + Jam. ZINC BAR: 82W 3rd St (bet Thompson & Sullivan). 212-477-8337. www.zincbar.com. Sets: Mon-Thurs 9,11pm&12:30am, Mon add 7pm&2am, Wed add 7:30pm, Fri-Sun 10,11:30pm&1am. Adm: $7/1 drink min, except Mon 7pm $5 adm. Early Evening Jazz series: 7pm. Ev Mon: 9pm Felix Pastorius, 11pm Ron Affif Trio; ev Fri: African Jazz; ev Sat: Marianni w/Bossa Groove; ev Sun: Cidinho Teixeira Bossa. Nov 2&3: Emilio Solla & Tango Jazz Conspiracy; 4: Manuel Valera Qrt; 9&16: Elio Villafranca Qnt; 10&18: Juan-Carlos Formell & Johnny Dream Club; 11: Dafnis Prieto & Si o si Qrt; 17: Fernando Otero Qnt; 23&30: Pedro Giraudo Sxt; 24&25: Osmany Paredes Qrt. Early Evening w/Nov 1: K & Neo; 2: Deb Silver Salon Showcase; 3: Scott Feiner & Pandeiro Jazz; 8: Alexis Cole; 9: Arthur Dutra Timbatu; 10: Cecelia Coleman Big Band; 12: Brandon Terzic; 15: Jocelyn Medina; 16&23: Ansel Matthews; 22: Bernal/Eckroth/Ennis; 29: Mariel Sol.

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S P O T L 168 W. 48th St. New York Phone: 212-302-5893 Fax MEG OKURA RUBIN MUSEUM / NOVEMBER 19 Frankly, most past efforts to meld the jazz and classical spheres have proven somewhat embarrassing to both musical communities. Naima, a self-produced 2010 CD by violinist Okura and her Pan Asian Chamber Jazz Ensemble is a happy exception. These performances of her compositions are, by turn, delicate and subtly swinging, largely because her soloists possess strong improvisatory skills. This quietly reflective disc yields new delights with each new listen. With her at the Rubin - an ideal setting - will be flutist Anne Drummond, bassoonist Michael Rabinowitz, pianist Mamiko Kitaura, bassist Yasushi Nakamura, percussionist Keita Ogawa and the leader doubling on erhu, a traditional Chinese fiddle. They'll debut a new piece called "Shakyamuni Buddha" ("The Birth of Buddha"), with an image of that painting from the museum's collection projected behind them. PB JULIAN LAGE JAZZ STANDARD / NOVEMBER 9 AND 10 A guitar prodigy as a pre-teen, Julian Lage was playing with Gary Burton's band when still a teenager as well as recording with artists as diverse as Nnenna Freelon and Bela Fleck. He made his debut album, Sounding Point (EmArcy), last year at the age of 21. On it, he plays both acoustic and electric guitars - the former with a distinctive, crystalline touch - and reveals a unique conception blending and borrowing from styles ranging from classical to folk to both ethereal and swinging jazz. Tracks vary from solo to an ensemble with sax, cello and percussion. At this gig he'll be joined by saxophonist Dan Blake, bassist Jorge Roeder and percussionists Aristides Rivas and Tupac Mantilla, but, alas, no cellist. GK KENNY WERNER KITANO / NOVEMBER 26 AND 27 Kenny Werner is a deeply resourceful and powerful pianist who has played with such expressive leaders as Charles Mingus and Archie Shepp, as well as in numerous duets with bassists, led his own trios, and even co-led a rocking The Delirium Blues Project with singer Roseanna Vitro. His latest CD is a more personal venture, a Third Stream project with woodwinds, strings and voices, plus Joe Lovano, that is a moving elegy for his late daughter: No Beginning No End. At this gig, though, Werner will be playing solo, where he can be contemplative but also explore his roots in two-fisted stride and barrelhouse piano, thus carrying on in the traditions of two of his favorites, Fats Waller and the marvelously eclectic Jaki Byard. GK ALLEN TOUSSAINT LEHMAN CENTER / NOVEMBER 14 There's no more fitting title than "New Orleans Nights" for any program featuring Allen Toussaint. For a half-century, Toussaint has been an architect of the R&B, funk and soul of New Orleans as pianist, guitarist, singer and producer steeped in the musical traditions of Crescent City. And that love of The Big Easy's music is deep and wide, as he demonstrated on his 2009 album, Bright Mississippi, tapping not only Thelonious Monk's title tune, but also contributions from such New Orleans jazz pioneers as Sidney Bechet and Jelly Roll Morton. You may also have caught his playing on the HBO series Treme. At this Lehman show, he'll be sharing the stage with New Orleans trumpeter Nicholas Payton and the Joe Krown Trio. GK MARK TURNER VILLAGE VANGUARD / NOVEMBER 9-14 Over the past dozen or so years, Turner has emerged as perhaps the most dependably inventive and listenable of today's tenor saxophonists. For perspective on his impressive artistic growth over this period, hear a series of Criss Cross albums: one under his own name, another credited to a cooperative called "MTB." (i.e. Mehldau, Turner and Bernstein) and several more headed up by fellow saxists Jon Gordon, Seamus Blake, Tad Shull and David Binney. During just a single recent month, this writer caught Turner at four local gigs. In no case was he billed as leader. But in each instance, his was the most quietly and firmly compelling presence on the bandstand. At the Vanguard, he'll front a trio. Look for him, too, at Iridium with Billy Hart on Nov. 26-28. PB

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L I G H T Fax: 212-302-5895 - Buy - Sell - Rent - Repair - Cons. RANDY WESTON TRIBECA P.A.C. / NOVEMBER 13 Pianist/composer Randy Weston marks the fiftieth anniversary of his landmark recording Uhuru Afrika with a rare performance of that extended piece, which celebrates African heritage and the countries that gained their independence in 1960. Two veterans of that album, percussionist Candido Camero and drummer Charlie Persip, will be part of a 22-piece orchestra playing the Melba Liston's arrangements heard on the original LP. The all-star band on hand will also include bassist Alex Blake and percussionist Neil Clarke, along with saxophonists T.K. Blue, Bill Saxton and Billy Harper. These five are members of the Weston sextet heard on The Storyteller, a new CD for the Motema label recorded live at Dizzy's. The 84-year-old NEA Jazz Master is also releasing a new book: African Rhythms: The Autobiography of Randy Weston (Duke University Press). EK GREG WARD CORNELIA STREET CAFĂ&#x2030; / NOVEMBER 7 There's a muscular yet brainy tradition of jazz groups and players from the Windy City, like the Art Ensemble of Chicago or Ed Wilkerson's Eight Bold Souls. Alto saxophonist Greg Ward, an alumnus of Ted Sirota's Rebel Souls, a later generation band, has relocated to the Big Apple and now leads his own quartet, which draws from that well of Chicago history, as well as his own work as composer for a chamber group called the International Contemporary Ensemble. This gig is a CD release party for South Side Story (19-8), credited to Greg Ward's Fitted Shards, with Rob Clearfield, keyboards; Jeff Greene, basses; and Quin Kirchner, drums. It's an album impressive for both Ward's incisive alto and its highly impressionistic, programmatic pieces. GK JOHN MCLAUGHLIN TOWN HALL / NOVEMBER 13 John McLaughlin's guitar helped to define jazz-rock fusion in the 1960s in both Tony Williams' Lifetime and the Miles Davis band that played rock palaces and recorded Bitches Brew. His Mahavishnu Orchestra (a quintet) was a seminal 1970s fusion band. A flamboyant virtuoso of the electric instrument who mixes Indian scales into bluesrock riffs, he's equally adept at acoustic, even incorporating flamenco in his arsenal. Despite his showy fusion technique, McLaughlin also has a deeply spiritual side, one he taps into on his new album, To the One, a tribute to Coltrane's A Love Supreme. He'll be bringing the group from that CD, 4th Dimension, to this concert. It features keyboardist/synthesist/percussionist Gary Husband, electric bassist Etienne M'Bappe, and drummer Mark Mondesir. GK ETHAN IVERSON WITH BILLY HART QUARTET IRIDIUM / NOVEMBER 26-28 Pianist Iverson is now best known as one-third of The Bad Plus, which proudly bills itself as "the world's loudest jazz piano trio." Their efforts as radical deconstructors of pop music standards and rock anthems have resulted in considerable critical acclaim, a global fan base and, we hope, untold riches. (An article in this month's Downbeat details the group's history and ethos.) But Iverson remains, as time permits, active in other contexts. For this gig, he's part of a somewhat more mainstream group headed by drummer Billy Hart, with whom he's recorded in the past; their partnership on a 1999 disc called The Minor Passions (Fresh Sound) was particularly rewarding. The Iridium quartet will also include Mark Turner, a hornman praised elsewhere in this centerspread, and bassist Ben Street. PB DADO MORONI DIZZY'S / NOVEMBER 2-7 An Italian pianist who's recorded most often for relatively obscure European labels (and is thus too little known by American listeners), Moroni has cited McCoy Tyner and Herbie Hancock as among his favorite players. Yet his work's often more reminiscent of players in the leaner, less florid lineage of Bud Powell. Dado's done yeoman duty as a sideman in the service of guys like Ray Brown, Clark Terry, Al Grey, Jon Faddis, Ron Carter, Tom Harrell and the Swiss altoist George Robert. This six-night run at Dizzy's offered him the chance to hand-pick a sterling group of his own, and he's done just that: vibraphonist Joe Locke, bassist Peter Washington, percussionist Billy Drummond and the estimable saxophonist/flutist Jed Levy. PB

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friends. BAR 4: 444 7th Av. Brooklyn. 718-832-9800. www.bar4brooklyn.com. Free adm/$5 suggested. Ev mon: 8pm 4Play by Mike Gamble. BAR TABAC: 128 Smith St at Dean St. Cobble Hill. www.bartabacny.com. 718-923-0918. Tues-Thurs 8-11pm. Ev Tues: Blue Vipers of Brooklyn. BARBÈS: 376 9th St (corner of 6th Av). Park Slope. www.barbesbrooklyn.com. 718-9659177. Ev Tues: 7pm Jenny Scheinman; ev Sun: 9pm Stephane Wrembel. BARGEMUSIC: Fulton Ferry Landing. Brooklyn. www.bargemusic.org. 718-6242083. Nov 4: 8pm Ted Rosenthal Trio. BROOKLYN LYCEUM: 227 Fourth Av (bet President & Union Sts). Park Slope. 718857-4816. www.brooklynlyceum.com. $10 adm. Nov 17: 8-9:30pm Tomas Janzon Duo feat Ken Filiano. CAFÉ STEINHOF: 422 7th Av. Park Slope. Brooklyn. www.cafesteinhof.com. 718-3697776. Nov 10: 10:30pm-12am free adm Tyler Blanton Trio. CHEZ LOLA: 387 Myrtle Av. Brooklyn. 718858-1484. www.bistrolola.com. Sets: 7:3010:30pm. Ev Wed: Vanessa Jaquemin & Alex Jaquemin Jazz Brazilian Duo. CHEZ OSKAR: 211 Dekalb Av at Adelphie St. Fort Green. www.chezoskar.com. 718-8526250. Free adm. Ev Mon: 8pm Blue Vipers of Brooklyn; ev Wed: 7:30pm; ev Sun: 7:30pm Alex Jaquemin & Company Duo. COCO 66: 66 Greenpoint Av. Brooklyn. 718389-7392. www.coco66.com. Ev Tues 10:30pm: Living Breathing Screaming Jazz. CRESCENT & VINE: 25-01 Ditmars Blvd at Crescent St. Astoria. 718-204-4774. Ev Sun: 6:30-9pm Bill Cantrall Trio. DA JA VU BAR: 187-25 Linden Blvd. Saint Albans. 347-262-1169. Free adm. Ev Fri: 711pm Tony Mapp Band. DOWNTOWN ATLANTIC: 364 Atlantic Av. (bet Bond & Hoyt Sts). Brooklyn. 718-8529945. www.downtownatlantic.com. Ev Sun: 7-10pm Carl Thompson Gp w/Virginia Mayhew. FLUSHING TOWN HALL: 137-35 Northern Blvd. Flushing. www.flushingtownhall.com. 718-463-7700. Nov 6: Vijay Iyer; 19: 8pm Tribute to Benny Powell by NEA Jazz Masters feat Jimmy Heath, Barry Harris, Jim Hall & Curtis Fuller. GALAPAGOS ART SPACE: 16 Main St. Dumbo. Brooklyn. 718-222-8500. www.gala pagosartspace.com. Nov 27: 2pm Rob Duguay Songevity Qrt feat Steve Wilson. I-BEAM: 168 7th St. Brooklyn. info@ibeam broolyn.com. www.ibeambrooklyn.com. Sets: 8:30pm. $10 don adm. Nov 6: Angelica Sanchez Trio; 12: Brass Gp; 13: Angelica Sanchez Qrt; 19: Dan Blake; 27: Allison Miller. KORZO RESTAURANT & BAR: 667 5th Av (bet 19th & 20th Sts). Brooklyn. 718-2859425. www.eurotripbrooklyn.com. Ev Tues: 9:30pm free adm/2 drinks min Konceptions. LAGUARDIA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER: LaGuardia Community College/CUNI. 31-10 Thomson Av. Long Island City. 718-4825151. www.lagcc.cuny.edu/lpac. Nov 12: 89:30pm 17-piece Jeff Fairbanks Jazz. LE GRAND DAKAR: 285 Grand St. Brooklyn. www.granddakar.com. 718-398-8900. Free adm. Ev Tues&Thurs: 8:30-11pm Infrequent Seams series; ev 1st Sun 1pm Sunday Jazz Brunch w/Short Memory. LITTLEFIELD: 622 Degraw St (bet 3rd & 4th Avs). Brooklyn. www.littlefieldnyc.com. 718855-3388. www.connectionworks.org. 718369-6931. $20/15 adm. Nov 10: Connection Works presents Brooklyn Jazz Wide Open

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YORK COLLEGE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER: 94-20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd. Jamai-ca. www.york.cuny.edu/performingarts. 718-262-2000. $20/10 adm. Nov 6: 7pm Bill Jacobs Ens. ZEBULON: 258 Wythe St. Brooklyn. 718-2186934. www.zebuloncafeconcert.com. Adm varies. ZORA ART SPACE: 315 4th Av. Brooklyn. 718-832-4870. www.zoraspace.com. Nov 9&23: Andrea Brachfeld.

NEW YORK STATE ALOR CAFÉ: 2110 Richmond Rd. Staten Island. www.alorcafe.com. 718-351-1101. Sets: 8pm + Sun 11am. Ev Tues: Jam w/Michael Packer; ev Sun: Jazz Brunch w/Rose Rusciani. Nov 4: Michael Seropyan Qrt; 5: Victor Magnani Trio; 12: Bob Kaiser w/Kris Kaiser & friends; 18: Wine Night w/Jazz; 19: Ray Scro; 20: Bucky Pizzarelli & Ed Laub; 26: Christian Corrao & friends. BEAN RUNNER CAFÉ: 201 S Division & Esther St. Peekskill. 914-737-1701. www.beanrunnercafe.com. Sets: 7:3010:30pm except Sun 6:30-9:30pm. Adm varies. Ev Sun: Jam w/Jon Osborn Band. FALCON ARTS: 1348 Rte 9 West. Marlboro. www.liveatthefalcon.com. 845-236-7970. Free adm. Ev Fri&Sat: 8pm unless otherwise noted Opening act (O) 7pm. Nov 5: Aaron Goldberg Trio; 6: John Stetch Trio; 12: Daniel Kelley; 13: Nadav Snir Zelnike Trio; 19: John Abercrombie/Andy LaVerne Qrt; 20: Big Joe Fitz & Lo-Fi's; 27: Winard Harper. HOSTOS: 450 Grand Concourse at 149th St. Bronx. www.hostos.cuny.edu. 718-5184455. www.jazzmuseuminharlem.org. Nov 3: 5-8:30pm free adm National Jazz Museum in Harlem presents Willie Rodriguez & friends. HUDSON HOUSE INN: 2 Main St. Cold Spring. www.hudsonhouseinn.com. 845265-9355. Ev Sat: 7:30-10:30pm Michelle LeBlanc w/Steve Lamattina. IBIZA LOUNGE: 220W 242nd St. Bronx. 646256-9968. www.ibizany.com. Ev Thurs: 8&10pm $10 adm Eric Alexander/Joe Farnsworth & friends. LEHMAN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS: At Lehman College. 250 Bedford Park Blvd W. Bronx. 718-960-8833. www.lehmancenter.org. $35-25 adm. Nov 14: 6pm New Orleans Nights feat Allen Toussaint, Nicholas Payton & Joe Krown Trio. ORISSA: 14 Cedar St. Dobbs Ferry. 914-2317800. www.orissany.com. Ev Thurs: 7:3010pm Mark Morganelli & Jazz Forum AllStars. PEARL RIVER LIBRARY: 80 Franklin Ave. Pearl River. www.pearlriverlibrary.org. 845735-4084. Nov 14: Libby Richman. RAINWATER GRILL: 19 Main St. HastingsOn-Hudson. www.rainwatergrill.com. 914478-1147. Ev Wed: 7:30-10pm Mark Morganelli & Jazz Forum All-Stars. RED HAT ON THE RIVER: 1 Bridge St. Irvington-On-Hudson. www.redhatbistro.com. 914-591-5888. Ev Wed: 6-10pm Bill Crow/Hiroshi Yamazaki Duo w/guest Glenda Davenport or Takeshi Ogura. 76 HOUSE: 110 Main St. Tappan. 845-3595476. www.76house.com. Ev Wed: 8-11pm Quintets + Jam. Free adm. Nov 3: John Hart/ Andy Farber; 10: Freddie Jacobs/Andy Farber; 17: Shunzo Ohno/Andy Farber; 27: Andy Gravish/Andy Farber.

SWEETWATER’S BAR GRILL & LOUNGE: 2576 3rd Av at 139th St. Bronx. 718-2929470. www.sweetwatersbarandgrill.com. Ev Mon: 7pm. Free adm/2 drink min. TURNING POINT CAFÉ: 468 Piermont Ave. Piermont. www.turningpointcafe.com. 845359-1089. Ev Mon: 8-11:30pm Jam by John Richmond. Nov 4: Native Soul; 14: John Abercrombie-Adam Nussbaum Trio; 21: Gabriele Tranchina Gp feat Joe Vincent Tranchina. WATERCOLOR CAFÉ: 2094 Boston Post Rd. Larchmont. www.watercolorcafe.net. 914834-2213. WEST GATE LOUNGE: At Best Western Nyack on Hudson. 26 Rte 59. Nyack. www.westgatelounge.com. 845-358-8100. Ev Sat: 10pm Latin Night. Nov 6: Tito Rojas; 27: Tony Vega.

LONG ISLAND BISTRO CITRON: 1362 Old Northern Blvd. Roslyn. 516-403-4400. Free adm/no min. Ev Tues: 7-10pm Heidi Hepler/Michéle Ramo Duo. BRASSERIE CASSIS: 387S Oyster Bay Rd. Plainview. 516-653-0090. Free adm/no min. Ev Sun: 12-3pm Jazz Brunch w/Heidi Hepler/Michéle Ramo Duo. LA COQUILLE: 1669 Northern Blvd. Manhasset. www.la-coquille-manhasset.com. 516-3658422. Ev Fri: 7-10pm Heidi Hepler/Michéle Ramo Duo. LOUIE’S OYSTER BAR & GRILL: 385 Main St. Port Washington. 516-883-4242. www.louiesoysterbarandgrille.com. Ev Mon: 6-10pm Mark Buttice & Swing Easy Band. MURPHY’S BAR & GRILL: 234 Old Country Rd. Mineola. 516-741-1776. www.murphysbarny.com. Ev Tues: 9pm12am Jam w/Ian Petillo/John X-Ray Trio & spec guests. NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY: Northern Blvd. Old Westbury. 800-345NYIT. www.nyit.edu. Nov 7: 3-4:30pm Diane Hoffman Qrt. SYOSSET PUBLIC LIBRARY: 225 S Oyster Bay Rd. Syosset. www.syossetlibrary.org. 516-921-7161. Nov 14: 2-5:15pm Diane Hoffman Qrt. TRATTORIA GRASSO: 134 Main St. Cold Spring Harbor. www.trattoriagrasso.com. 631-367-6060. Sets: 7:30pm. Nov 5: Eli Yamin Trio; 12: Gail Storm Trio; 19: Chihiro Yamanaka Trio; 26: Art Hirahara Trio.

CONNECTICUT BLUEBERRY MUSIC & ART HOUSE: 135 Mason St. Greenwich. 203-987-6445. www.blueberrymusicandarthouse.com. Nov 20: 7pm $20 adm Scot Albertson & Dr. Joe Utterback Duo. MATSURI: 390 Post Rd. Darien. 203-655-4999. www.matsuricuisine.com. Ev Mon: 6:309:30pm Nicole Pasternak/Michael Coppola Duo. WADSWORTH ATHENEUM MUSEUM OF ART: 600 Main St. Hartford. 860-278-2670. www.wadsworthatheneum.org. Nov 4: 58pm Antoinette Montague in A Musical Revue “Sounds Good on Paper”.

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183 west 10th street at 7th ave

www.smallsjazzclub.com november schedule

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Monday November 1 7:30 PM to 9:15 PM - Spike Wilner Solo Piano 9:30 PM to 12:00 AM - Ethan Iverson, Albert "Tootie Heath" & Cocoran Holt Trio 12:00 AM to 2:30 AM - After-hours Jam Session “Prayer Meeting” Hosted by Spencer Murphy

Monday November 15 7:30 PM to 9:15 PM - Howard Alden Solo Guitar 9:30 PM to 12:00 AM - The Ari Hoenig Quartet 12:00 AM to 2:30 AM - After-hours Jam Session “Prayer Meeting” Hosted by Spencer Murphy

Tuesday November 2 7:30 PM to 9:15 PM - The Vocal Showcase Featuring: Marianne Sollivan 9:30 PM to 12:00 AM - Ethan Iverson, Albert "Tootie Heath" & Cocoran Holt Trio 12:00 AM to Close - After-hours Jam Session with The Alex Stein Quartet

Tuesday November 16 7:30 PM to 9:15 PM - Vocal Showcase Featuring: Yaala Ballin Yaala Ballin - Vocalist, Sacha Perry - Piano

9:30 PM to 12:00 AM - The Grant Stewart Quartet

Alex Stein - Tenor Sax, Lawrence Leathers - Drums, Paul Sikivie - Bass, Marc Devine - Piano, 12:00 AM to Close - After-hours Jam Session with The Alex Stein Quartet Matt Brown - Trumpet

Wednesday November 3 7:30 PM to 9:15 PM - Jimmy Bruno Solo Guitar 9:30 PM to 12:00 AM - The Jared Gold Group CD Release "Out Of Line" with Seamus Blake Jared Gold - Organ, Seamus Blake - Tenor Sax, Dave Stryker - Guitar, Mark Ferber - Drums

12:30 AM to Close - After-hours Jam Session with The Josh Davis Trio Thursday November 4 7:30 PM to 9:15 PM - The Smalls Showcase: Brigitte Zarie with Neil Jason Brigitte Zarie - Vocalist, Neal Jason - Bass, Joe Delia - Piano, Alex Norris - Trumpet, Brian Floody - Drums

9:30 PM to 12:00 AM - The Teodross Avery Quartet Teodross Avery - Tenor Sax, Danton Boller - Bass, Sam Knight - Drums

12:00 AM to 2:30 AM - After-hours Jam Session with The Carlos Abadie Quintet Jonathan Lefcoski - Piano, Luca Santaniello - Drums, Carlos Abadie - Trumpet, Joe Sucato - Tenor Sax, Jason Stewart - Bass

Friday November 5 7:30 PM to 9:15 PM - The Smalls Showcase Presents: Michael Rabbinowitz "Bassoons In The Wild" Michael Rabbinowitz - Bassoon, Diana Herold - Vibraphone, Joe Fonda - Bass, Grisha Alexiev - Drums

9:30 PM to 12:00 AM - The Chris Byars Octet

Wednesday November 17 7:30 PM to 9:15 PM - Spike Wilner Solo Piano 9:30 PM to 12:00 AM - The Jaimeo Brown Group featuring J.D. Allen 12:30 AM to Close - After-hours Jam Session with The Jeremy Manasia Trio Jeremy Manasia - Piano, Joe Lepore - Bass, Jason Brown - Drums

Thursday November 18 7:30 PM to 9:15 PM - Ehud Asherie Solo Piano 9:30 PM to 12:00 AM - The Michael Blake Group Michael Blake - Tenor Sax, Frank Kimbrough - Piano, Ben Allison - Bass, Ben Perowsky - Drums

12:00 AM to 2:30 AM - After-hours Jam Session with The Carlos Abadie Quintet Friday November 19 7:30 PM to 9:15 PM - The Smalls Showcase Presents: The Jordan Young Quartet Jordan Young - Drums, Brian Charette - Organ, Joe Sucato - Tenor Sax, Yotam Silberstein - Guitar

9:30 PM to 12:00 AM - The Lew Tabackin Quartet Lew Tabackin - Tenor Sax, Joe Magnarelli - Trumpet, Giuseppe Bassi - Bass, Roberto Gatto - Drums

12:30 AM to Close - After-hours Jam Session with Lawrence Leathers Saturday November 20 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM - SUNY Purchase Student Combos with Todd Coolman (no cover) 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM - The Smalls Masters Series: The Ned Goold Trio

Chris Byars - Alto Sax, Brad Linde - Tenor Sax, Mark Lopeman - Baritone Sax, Ned Goold - Tenor Sax, Jamale Davis - Bass, Charles Goold - Drums Scott Wendholt - Trumpet, John Mosca - Trombone, Ari Roland - Bass, Stefan Schatz - Drums

12:30 AM to Close - After-hours Jam Session with Lawrence Leathers

10:30 PM to 1:00 AM - The Lew Tabackin Quartet 1:00 AM to Close - After-hours Jam Session with Ian Hendrickson-Smith

Saturday November 6 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM - The Smalls Poetry Feature - Hosted by Lee Kostrinsky The Buddha Play 7:30PM to 10:00 PM - Smalls Masters Residence: The Ralph Lalama Trio: "Bop Juice"

Sunday November 21 (family night) 7:30 PM to 9:45 PM - Vocalist Marion Cowings with The Jon Roche Trio 10:00 PM to 12:30 AM - The Dave Schnitter Quintet 12:30 AM to Close - After-hours with Johnny O'Neal

Ralph Lalama - Tenor Sax, David Wong - Bass, Clifford Barbaro - Drums

10:30 PM to 1:00 AM - The Chris Byars Octet 1:00 AM to Close - After-hours Jam Session with Ian Hendrickson-Smith Sunday November 7 (family night!) 7:30 PM to 9:45 PM - Vocalist Marion Cowings with The Jon Roche Trio Jon Roche - Bass, Roman Ivanoff - Piano, Ai Murakami - Drums, Marion Cowings - Vocalist

10:00 PM to 12:30 AM - Spike Wilner Trio 12:30 AM to Close - After-hours with Johnny O'Neal Monday November 8 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM - The Bucky Pizzarelli/Jay Leonhart Trio 10:30 PM to 1:00 AM - The Ari Hoenig Quartet Ari Hoenig - Drums, Gilad Hekselman - Guitar, Orlando Le Fleming - Bass, Shai Maestro - Piano

Tuesday November 9 7:30 PM to 9:15 PM - Tuesday Vocal Duo Series: Maria Neckam 9:30 PM to 12:00 AM - The David Stoler Trio David Stoler - Piano, John Webber - Bass, Jason Brown - Drums

Monday November 22 7:30 PM to 9:15 PM - Peter Bernstein Solo Guitar 9:30 PM to 12:00 AM - The Ari Hoenig Quartet Ari Hoenig - Drums, Gilad Hekselman - Guitar, Orlando Le Fleming - Bass, Shai Maestro - Piano

12:00 AM to 2:30 AM - After-hours Jam Session “Prayer Meeting” Hosted by Spencer Murphy Tuesday November 23 7:30 PM to 9:15 PM - Tuesday Vocal Duets: Hillary Gardner 9:30 PM to 12:00 AM - The Don Freidman Trio Don Friedman - Piano, Harvie S - Bass, Shinnousuke Takahashi - Drums

12:30 AM to 3:00 AM - After-hours Jam Session hosted by Ken Fowser & Behn Gillece Wednesday November 24 7:30 PM to 9:15 PM - David Berkman Solo Piano 9:30 PM to 12:00 AM - The Luis Perdomo Group featuring Miguel Zenon Luis Perdomo - Piano, Miguel Zenon - Alto Sax, Dwayne Burno - Bass, Rodney Green - Drums

12:30 AM to 3:00 AM - After-hours Jam Session hosted by Ken Fowser & Behn Gillece

12:30 AM to Close - After-hours Jam Session with The Craig Wuepper Trio "Earsight!"

Wednesday November 10 7:30 PM to 9:15 PM - Rossano Sportiello Solo Piano 9:30 PM to 12:00 AM - The George Colligan Trio

Thursday November 25 9:30 PM to 12:00 AM - The Omer Avital Group

George Colligan - Piano, Josh Ginsburg - Bass, EJ Strickland - Drums

12:30 AM to Close - The Smalls Masters Series: The Dwayne Clemons Quintet

12:30 AM to Close - After-hours Jam Session with The Bruce Harris Group

Jimmy Wormworth - Drums, Sacha Perry - Piano, Dwayne Clemons - Trumpet, Josh Benko - Alto Sax, Murray Wall - Bass

Bruce Harris - Trumpet, Jonathan Lefcoski - Piano, Mike Karn - Bass, Aaron Kimmel - Drums

Thursday November 11 7:30 PM to 9:15 PM - Ehud Asherie Solo Piano 9:30 PM to 12:00 AM - The Antonio Ciacca Quartet Antonio Ciacca - Piano, Stacy Dillard -Tenor, Joe Lepore - Bass, Ulysses Owens - Drums

Omer Avital - Bass, Jason Lindner - Piano & TBA

Friday November 26 7:30 PM to 9:15 PM - The Smalls Showcase Presents: Charly & His Swinging Facebook Friends 9:30 PM to 12:00 AM - The Sam Newsome Quartet

12:30 AM to Close - After-hours Jam Session with Alex Hoffman

Sam Newsome - Soprano Sax, Orrin Evans - Piano, Gregg August - Bass, Rudy Royston - Drums

Friday November 12 7:30 PM to 9:15 PM - The Smalls Showcase Presents: The Champian Fulton Trio 9:30 PM to 12:00 AM - The Eliot Zigmund Group

12:30 AM to Close - After-hours with Anthony Wonsey

Eliot Zigmund - Drums, Adam Niewood - Tenor Sax, Michael Eckroth - Piano, Morrie Louden - Bass

12:30 AM to Close - Late Night with E Mc & Friends Eric McPherson - Drums, Shimrit Shoshan - Piano, Josh Evans - Trumpet, Carlo DeRosa - Bass

Saturday November 13 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM - The Smalls Poetry Feature - Hosted by Lee Kostrinsky Jean Feraca (of National Public Radio’s Here on Earth) 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM - The Smalls Masters Series: The Dwayne Clemons Quintet Jimmy Wormworth - Drums, Sacha Perry - Piano, Dwayne Clemons - Trumpet, Josh Benko - Alto Sax, Murray Wall - Bass

10:30 PM to 1:00 AM - The Eliot Zigmund Group 1:00 AM to Close - After-hours Jam Session with The Stacy Dillard Trio Stacy Dillard - Tenor Sax, Diallo House - Bass, Ismail Lawal - Drums

Sunday November 14 (family night) 7:30 PM to 9:45 PM - Vocalist Ruth Brisbane with The Jon Roche Trio Jon Roche - Bass, Roman Ivanoff - Piano, Ai Murakami - Drums, Ruth Brisbane - Vocalist, Saul Rubin - Guitar

10:00 PM to 12:30 AM - Spike Wilner Trio 12:30 AM to Close - After-hours with Johnny O'Neal

Saturday November 27 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM - The Smalls Poetry Feature Hosted by Lee Kostrinsky John Marcus Powell and Carmen Valle 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM - The Smalls Masters Series: Sacha Perry Trio 10:30 PM to 1:00 AM - The Sam Newsome Quartet 1:00 AM to Close - After-hours Jam Session with The Stacy Dillard Trio Sunday November 28 (family night) 7:30 PM to 9:45 PM - Vocalist Ruth Brisbane with The Jon Roche Trio 10:00 PM to 12:30 AM - The Joe Magnarelli Quartet Joe Magnarelli - Trumpet, Ugonna Okegwo - Bass, Rick Germanson - Piano, Anthony Pinciotti - Drums

12:30 AM to Close - After-hours with Johnny O'Neal Monday November 29 7:30 PM to 9:15 PM - Gene Bertoncini Solo Guitar 9:30 to 12:00 AM - The Ari Hoenig Quartet with Joel Frahm 12:00 AM to 2:30 AM - After-hours Jam Session hosted by Spencer Murphy Tuesday November 30 7:30 PM to 9:15 PM - Tuesday Vocal Duets: Michelle Zangara 10:00 PM to 12:30 AM - The Dmitry Baevsky Quartet Jeb Patton - Piano, Joe Strasser - Drums, David Wong - Bass, Dmitry Baevsky - Alto Sax

12:00 AM to Close - After-hours Jam Session with The Alex Stein Quartet

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NEW JERSEY JAZZ By Sheila Anderson, Author/Announcer, WBGO, 88.3fm CYNTHIA HOLIDAY BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH / NOVEMBER 6 She may be on her way to becoming a household name - an exciting vocalist who really knows how to connect with audiences. Cynthia hails from Newark (Sarah Vaughan's hometown, by the way) and is the stepdaughter of local trumpeter Calvin Hughes, who once led his own band, the Swinging Gents. After a 1991 stint in an R&B group, Cynthia studied with pianist Duke Anderson and then with organist Radam Schwartz. The latter's participation on the singer's debut recording (Cynthia Holiday…All The Way) adds undeniable sheen, as does the presence of Cedar Walton, saxophonist Gerald Hayes, drummer Joe Farnsworth and the late bassist Andy McCloud. All her patience and hard work has paid off. Cynthia's treatment of swingers, ballads and blues reflect considerable musical sophistication and soulfulness, along with a high degree of creativity. MAX WEINBERG SOPAC / NOVEMBER 6 South Orange native Max Weinberg returns with a big band to begin SOPAC's fifth season with a bang. Although this busy percussionist's roots lie in jazz, he's also played behind such non-jazz icons as Paul McCartney, Sting, Tom Jones, Ringo Starr, Bob Dylan, Chuck Berry, Little Richard and U2's Bono. Best known, perhaps, for his thirty-six years spent backing Bruce Springsteen (who calls him "Mighty Max"), he surely reached even more listeners during seventeen years as Conan O'Brien's musical director, fronting the ensemble that a Washington Post critic called "the best band in late-night television." In summary, this is truly bodyshaking music where fans can expect songs that cross the musical spectrum, from Basie to Bruce. E.J. ALLEN CECIL'S / NOVEMBER 19 One of the more versatile and eclectic musicians on today's scene, post-bop trumpeter Allen has of late been concentrating on a stellar group called Sãlongo, for which he serves as composer, arranger and leader. This energetic, hard-hitting seven-piece Afro-Cuban/Brazilian group combines the driving rhythmic of conguero legend Mongo Santamaria, the subtle syncopations of Brazil and harmonic concepts familiar in jazz - along with the commercial appeal of a Santana. Originally from Wisconsin, Allen received his B.A. from WPU then worked with Art Blakey, Billy Harper, Randy Weston, Dizzy Gillespie and Henry Threadgill. With him at Cecil's will be alto saxophonist Bruce Williams (an emerging star in his own right), pianist Brandon McCune, acoustic bassist Mark Peterson and drummer Jerome Jennings. LES MCANN CAPE MAY JAZZ FESTIVAL / NOVEMBER 13 He's quite the entertainer! Born in 1935 in Lexington, Kentucky, McCann is a selftaught keyboardist/singer unafraid of taking chances. During the 50s, after a Navy stint, he settled in Los Angeles. At one point, he says, he turned down a chance to work with Miles Davis in favor of forming his own trio, billed as Les McCann Ltd., which proved to be quite a popular draw at clubs along the Sunset Strip. Along the way, he helped to popularize the use of electric pianos, clavinets and synthesizers on the jazz scene. Many listeners know him best for his musical partnership with saxman Eddie Harris. Their first encounter at the Montreux festival resulted in a recording entitled Swiss Movement, which yielded a crossover hit called "Compared To What?" Personally, we think, nothing can top Les' moving performance on the ballad "With These Hands."

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November Wed. Nov. 3 Valeri Ponomarev Big Band Thurs. Nov. 4 The Duke EllingtonLegacy Band Fri. Nov. 5 Kate Baker Sat. Nov. 6 Onaje Alan Gumbs Sun. Nov. 7 Daniela D’ercole Quartet Mon. Nov. 8 Vincent Freeman CD release event Wed. Nov. 10 MSU Jazz Vocal Concert Thurs. Nov. 11 Ted Curson Jam Session Fri. Nov. 12 Vitali Imereli Sat. Nov. 13 Gina Fox Sun. Nov. 14 Enrico Granafei Solo Wed. Nov. 17 The Garden StateHarmonica Club presents New Jersey Jazz/Blues Blast Thurs. Nov. 18 Betty Liste hosts Singers’ Jam Session Fri. Nov. 19 Diane Marino Trio Sat. Nov. 20 Chris Geith Group Sun. Nov. 21 Jersey City UniversityJazz Night Wed. Nov. 24 Dalton Gang Thurs. Nov. 25 Closed Fri. Nov. 26 Enrico Granafei Quartet Sat. Nov. 27 Charles Mc Pherson Quartet Sun. Nov. 28 Lou Volpe Trio Available for private parties and catering Celebrate Your Special Occasions at Trumpets with intimate dining & music Special events: Tickets are available at www.trumpetsjazz.com Check out Trumpets’ new site on MakinMusicNY.com

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BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH: 275W Market St. Newark. www.bethany-newark.org. 973623-8161. Nov 6: Jazz Vespers feat Cynthia Holiday. BICKFORD THEATRE: 6 Normandy Heights Rd. Morristown. 973-971-3706. $15/18 adm. Concerts: 8-9:30pm. Nov 15: Daryl Sherman/ Jay Leonhart Duo; 22: Big Apple Jazz Band by Dick Voigt feat Caranicas, Joe Licari & Tom Artin; 30: New York Washboard feat Stéphane Séva, Dan Levinson & Matt Musselman. BROOKLAWN AMERICAN LEGION POST: 11 Railroad Av. Brooklawn. 856-456-9847. www.legion.org. www.tristatejazz.org. 856720-0232. $10-20 adm. Nov 21: 2pm Cynthia Sayer Sparks Fly Qnt. CAPE MAY JAZZ FESTIVAL: 877-7CM-JAZZ. Cape May. www.capemayjazz.org. Nov 1214: Jazz Festival feat Yellowjackets, Monnette Sudler Band, Terrell Stafford Qnt, Umar Raheem & N.Y. Connection, Jonny Hirsch Blues Band, Taeko Fukoa 11/12; Tom Larsen Band, Javon Jackson w/Les McCann, Mark Sganga, Demetria Bailey, Joe Baione, 3 D Ritmo De Vida, Bob DeVos Trio, Chris Bergonson Blues Band, Ralph Peterson Unity Project 11/13; Jams 11/14. CECIL’S: 364 Valley St. West Orange. 973-7364800. www.cecilsjazzclub.com. Sets: 9pm. Adm varies. Ev Mon: Cecil Big Band w/Mike Lee; ev Tues: Jam w/Bruce Williams; ev Wed: Mid-Week Mellow Out; ev Fri: Cecil Brooks III Band. Nov 5&6: Gianni Russo; 12: Dave Stryker; 13: Kate Baker; 19: EJ Allen; 20,26&27: Cecil Brooks III Hot Dog. CHICO’S HOUSE OF JAZZ: 631 Lake Ave. Asbury Park. www.chicoshouseofjazz.com. 722-455-5448. Sets: 9pm-1am. Ev Wed: Jam w/Radam Schwartz; ev Thurs: Funktion11. Nov 6: Jackie Jones; 13: James Gibbs Qrt; 20: Groove Apparatus; 27: Solitude Jazz Trio. COUNT BASIE THEATRE: 99 Monmouth St. Red Bank. www.countbasietheatre.org. 732842-9000. Concerts: 8pm. Nov 17: Natalie Cole; 23: Tony Bennett. CROSSROADS: 78 North Av. Garwood. 908232-5666. www.xxroads.com. Free adm. Ev Tues: 9pm Jam w/Crossroads All Stars feat Radam Schwartz. GALERIA WEST: 111 Quimby St. Westfield. 908-301-9217. Ev 1st Fri: 7-8:30pm $15 adm First Friday Music series. 908-301-9496. www.teatrosi.com. Nov 5: Bossa Brasil®. GLEN ROCK INN: 222 Rock Rd. Glen Rock. 201-445-2362. Ev Thurs: 7pm Duos. Nov 4: Joe Caniano/Mitzi Rogers; 11: Muzzy/Bob Nelson; 18: Bucky Pizzarelli/Jerry Bruno; 25: closed. GREATE BAY COUNTRY CLUB: 45 Mays Landing Rd. Somers Point. 609-927-6677. Somers Point Jazz Society event. www.spjazz.org. HIBISCUS RESTAURANT: 270 S St. Morristown. www.hibiscusrestaurantnj.com. 866-479-3638. Ev Tues 6-9pm, Fri 7-10pm & Sun Brunch 12-3pm. HOPEWELL VALLEY BISTRO & INN: 15E Broad St. Hopewell. 609-466-9889. www.hopewellvalleybistro.com. Ev Sat: 6:30-9:30pm. $15 min/pers. HOTEL TIDES: 408 7th Av. Asbury Park. 732897-7744. www.hoteltides.com. Nov. 19: 710pm Carrie Jackson. LIBERTY HOUSE RESTAURANT: 82 Audrey Zapp Dr. Jersey City. 201-395-0300. Ev Sun: 11:30am-2:30pm Jazz Brunch w/Don Carter.


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LIGHT HORSE TAVERN: 199 Washington St. Jersey City. 201-946-2028. Ev Sun: 6-10pm Don Carter Jazz Ens. MADRE’S: 477-B Cedar Ln. Teaneck. 201-5305100. www.madresnj.com. Nov 21: Lauren Hooker. MAXWELL’S: 1039 Washington St. Hoboken. 201-798-0406. www.maxwellsnj.com. MAYO CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS: 100 South St. Morristown. www.mayoarts.org. 973-539-8008. Nov 11: 8pm New Orleans Nights w/Allen Toussaint, Nicolas Payton & Joe Krown Trio. MCCARTER THEATRE: 91 University Pl. Princeton. 609.258.2787. www.mccarter.org. Nov 8: 8pm Chris Botti. MONTCLAIR PUBLIC LIBRARY: 50S Fullerton St. Montclair. www.montlib.com. 973-744-0500. Ev Thurs: 7pm free adm Jazz House Kids series. NEW JERSEY CITY UNIVERSITY: 2039 Kennedy Blvd. Jersey City. www.njcu.edu. 201-200-2000. NEW JERSEY JAZZ SOCIETY: 800-303NJJS. www.njjs.org. NEW JERSEY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER: 1 Center St. Newark. 888-466-5722. www.njpac.org. 8pm. Nov 5: Chris Botti; 10: 7:30pm WBGO Champions of Jazz Benefit concert feat Dee Dee Bridgewater, Leny Andrade, Ernie Andrews, Jon Hendricks, New York Voices & Maysa; 12: JALCO. NINETY SIX WEST CAFÉ: 96W Allendale Av. Allendale. www.ninetysixwest.com. 201785-9940. Ev Wed: 8-10pm Jay Dittamo & friends. NOVITA: 25 New St. Metuchen. 732-549-5306. www.novitanj.com. Ev Thurs: 7-10pm Lou Watson. OCEAN COUNTY LIBRARY: 101 Washington St. Toms River. 732-255-0500. www.ocean.edu. $15/13 adm. Concerts: 89:30pm. Nov 17: Jeff Barnhart. PRIVATE PLACE LOUNGE: 29 S Center St. Orange. www.privateplacelounge.com. 973675-6620. Ev Sun: 7:30-11:30pm. Nov 21: Carol Sudhalter w/Madame Pat Tandy. RICHIE CECERE’S RESTAURANT & BAR: 2 Erie St. Montclair. 973-746-7811. www.richiececeres.com. Ev Sat: 8:30&10pm Richie Cecere Orch. RUTGERS UNIVERSITY: Institute of Jazz Studies. 185 University Ave. Newark. www.rutgers.edu. 973-353-5595. Nov 9: 24pm free adm Jack Wilkins, Joe Wilder & Nicki Parrott. SALT CREEK GRILLE: At Forrestal Village. 1 Rockingham Row at Rte 1. Princeton. 609419-4200. www.saltcreekgrille.com. Sets: 7pm. Nov 3: Dave Renz; 5: Dusty Micale; 6: Louis Watson; 10: Gina Fox; 12: 3D; 13: Mark Montgomery; 17: Jerry Topinka Duo; 19: Chris Grace; 20: Wayne D. Hughley; 24: Tom Adams; 26: Guy Peterson; 27: Meg Hanson. SALTWATERS: 1991 State Hwy 27. Somerset. www.saltwatersseafood.com. 732-8211001. Ev Fri&Sat: 7-9pm. SHANGHAI JAZZ: 24 Main St. Madison. 973822-2899. www.shanghaijazz.com. Free adm. Sets: Tues 6:30-8:30pm, Wed&Thurs 79:30pm, Fri&Sat 6:30&8:45pm. Closed Mon. Nov 5: Rob Paparozzi Qrt; 7: Nancy Nelson; 12: Catherine Russell; 13: Nat Adderly Trio; 14: Marlene VerPlanck; 17: Jim McNeeley Gp; 19: Machan Taylor, Grover Kemble & Jerry Vezza; 21: Nicki Parrott Trio; 24: Nicki Parrott/Warren Vaché Gp; 25: closed; 27: Jerry Vivino Qrt. 16 PROSPECT WINE BAR & BISTRO: 16 Prospect St. Westfield. 908-232-7320. www.16prospect.com. Free adm/no min. Ev

Thurs: 8-11pm Carrie Jackson & friends. SKIPPER’S: 304 University Av. Newark. 973733-9300. www.skippersplanestreetpub.com. Ev Mon: Jam w/Eugene "Goldie" Goldston; ev Wed: Latin Jazz; ev Thurs: tba; ev Sun: Matinee w/Radam Schwartz + $10 adm Diva's Divo's Croooners w/Carrie Jackson & Bob De Benedette. SOLARI’S: 61 River St. Hackensack. 201-4871969. 1st Tues: Gravine Big Band. SOPAC: 1 SOPAC Way. South Orange. 973313-2787. www.sopacnow.org. Nov 6: 4&8pm Max Weinberg Big Band; 9: 7:30pm Judy Carmichael; 19: 8pm Paula West; 30: 7:30pm Navy Band Northeast. STEAKHOUSE 85: 85 Church St. New Brunswick. www.steakhouse85.com. 732247-8585. Ev Tues 6:30-9:30pm, Thurs-Sat 7-11pm. STONY HILL INN: 231 Polifly Rd. Hackensack. www.stonyhillinn.com. 201342-4085. Ev Sat: 8pm-12am Betty Liste Qrt. SUSHI LOUNGE: 235 US 46. Totowa. www.sushilounge.com. 973-890-0007. Ev Sun: 7pm Adrienne Hindmarsh Duo. TRI-STATE JAZZ SOCIETY: PO Box 896. Mount Laurel. www.tristatejazz.org. 856720-0232. TRUMPETS: 6 Depot Square. Montclair. 973744-2600. www.trumpetsjazz.com. Closed Mon&Tues unless otherwise noted. Adm varies $5 min weekday, $12 min weekend. Sets: 7:30&9pm, Fri&Sat 8&10pm unless otherwise noted. Nov 3: Valeri Ponomarev Big Band; 4: Duke Ellington Legacy Band; 5: Kate Baker; 6: Onaje Alan Gumbs; 7: Daniela D'ercole Qrt; 8: Vincent Freeman; 10: MSU Jazz Vocal Concert; 11: Jam w/Ted Curson; 12: Vitali Imereli; 13: Gina Fox; 14: Enrico Granafei Solo; 17: Garden State Harmonica Club presents New Jersey Jazz/Blues Blast; 18: Singer Jam w/Betty Liste; 19: Diane Marino Trio; 20: Chris Geith Gp; 21: Jersey City University Jazz Night; 24: Dalton Gang; 25: closed; 26: Enrico Granafei Qrt; 27: Charles Mc Pherson Qrt; 28: Lou Volpe Trio. WHISKEY CAFÉ: 1050 Wall St. W Lyndhurst. www.whiskeycafe.com. 201-939-4889. Nov 21: 7-10pm James L. Dean Band. WILLIAM PATERSON UNIVERSITY: 300 Pompton Rd. Wayne. www.wpunj.edu. 973720-2371. Nov 7: 4pm Connie Crothers Qrt; 12: 7pm Bernie Williams w/WPU Orch.

PENNSYLVANIA DEER HEAD INN: 5 Main St. Delaware Water Gap, PA. www.deerheadinn.com. 570-4242000. Sets: Wed 6:30-8:30pm, Thurs 8-11pm, Fri&Sat 7-11pm, Sun 5-8pm. Adm varies. Ev Thurs except 11/25: Jam. Nov 5: Eric Mintel Qrt; 6: Guitar Trio w/Bucky Pizzarelli, Walt Bibinger & Ed Laub; 7: Gaptime Ens; 10: 6pm Delaware Water Gap Train Restoration Project Fundraiser Dinner; 12: Nancy & Spencer Reed; 13: Phil Woods & Company; 14: Absolute Trio; 19: Michele Bautier; 20: Houston Person w/Dave Leohnardt Trio; 21: Bill Charlap/Steve Gilmore Duo; 25: closed; 26: Vicki Doney Qrt; 27: Dave Liebman; 28: Skip & Dan Wilkins. Hot House is not responsible for any errors in the listings which may have occured from late changes or incorrect information supplied to us. Please call the venues or check websites for up to date calendars.

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PHIL WOODS NO RETAIL By Ken Dryden HOUGH HE'LL TURN EIGHTY NEXT T year, NEA Jazz Master Phil Woods is hardly slowing down, with numerous projects currently in the works. The alto saxophonist completed his autobiography a while back and is now searching for a publisher, even as he's made several chapters available to premium members of his website. "Ted Panken's been helping me out, doing some editing and pulling it into better shape," he notes. And concerning the disappearance of his entertaining "Phil In The Gap" column from the Al Cohn Memorial Newsletter? "Well, you'll find me in the next one. I did fifty installments, took a little leave of absence for a couple of issues to work on the book and now I'm back." While bassist Steve Gilmore, drummer Bill Goodwin and trumpeter Brian Lynch are longtime members of Woods' celebrated quintet, pianist Bill Mays is a fairly recent addition. "We're all going to be in Birdland this month," says Phil. "Steve Gilmore moved to Florida, but he still comes up for gigs. Bill and I just finished up a duo album for Palmetto that was great fun. It's mostly somewhat obscure standards from the American Songbook, along with some original material. I wrote a new ballad called "Hank Jones" that came out fairly well. I also composed "Blues For Lopes," a basic funky thing, for my dear friend Joe Lopes, who died last year. Joe was with Supersax and did lots of contract work in L.A. He came from my home town and we grew up together. He was a great clarinet player who prepared me before I went off to Juilliard." These days, Woods dedicates a fair amount of time to composing. "I'll sketch a new piece at the piano, then finish it on the computer. Most of the work is actually done sitting in the chair, thinking about it. After I get a start at the keyboard, I'll hit a wall. Yeah, it sounds corny, but sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night with one of those 'Eureka!' moments and dash to the piano to finish it. Whenever I'm writing a new tune, it's continually playing in my head as I'm working. I just can't shut it down. If I play it back mentally long enough and sing it to myself, I'll eventually get a bridge or a last eight bars out of it. Stravinsky said composing was five percent inspiration and ninety-five percent perspiration. On the other hand, though, a few songs came out like a faucet. 'Goodbye Mr. Evans,' for example, emerged relatively swiftly." Although health issues have limited Woods' travels to some extent, he still goes on the road. "I'm heading to Chicago soon to work with the DePaul University band," he says. "It's a program focusing on my songs, with the students doing most of the arrangements on them. In a few days, I'm going over to Red Rock Studio to record a solo album. On this one, I'll play alto, piano and even sing. I've written some charts for four altos that I'll overdub. That one's for Paolo Piangiarelli's Philology label in Italy. I have a full plate. I keep moving. The next one for Paolo will be with Lee Konitz - just the two of us. I'll play piano and alto. With my pulmonary condi-

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tion, I'm not playing clarinet anymore. It's just too tiring. Having been a clarinet major at Juilliard, I believe that if I can't measure up to my own standard, that's it. I think emphysema was Mother Nature's way of saying 'Woods, you've been playing too many notes!' I believe that handicaps can be worked around and give you, in a way, better art. I kind of like what I'm doing lately, because I have to tailor-make my phrases and concentrate on utilizing what powers I do have. I believe my work is more careful these days - not cautious, but centered." The alto saxophonist is especially upbeat about the future of jazz, particularly concerning several of his fellow alto players. "Jon Gordon is starting to get a little attention now. Francesco Cafiso is doing well, too. Grace Kelly and I are going to be touring together: Sculler's in Boston, Blues Alley in Washington, and then we're heading to Norway and Sweden. We go out for six weeks - January 8 through February 17. It's a thrill for me. I love it. Remember the Wallace Beery-Shirley Temple movie 'The Champion'? That's what I feel like - I'm Wally Beery and she's Shirley Temple. There's no generation gap in jazz and never has been. She's a natural. You can hear it in the ones who really can play. After one note, you say, 'Hey, the kid's got it.'" Woods can be heard with Kelly on her upcoming January release, Man With The Hat. Asked about future issues from the stockpile of previous recordings, Woods replies, "Gee, I have no idea. Bill Goodwin does all our production. We have a whole lot of stuff, though. Every time we work at Dizzy's they record both sets and it's studio quality. But the record business has changed, what with downloads and so on. Nowadays, you get one-shot deals. I'd love to have a company get behind me to promote and distribute, but people just aren't buying. Most of the young guys are doing their own thing, in terms of business." And the prospect of Woods launching his own label? It's highly unlikely. "I just play," quips the altoist. "I don't do retail!" Phil Woods' quintet with Messrs. Lynch, Mays, Gilmore and Goodwin headlines at Birdland on November 16-20.


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JIM HALL In Music, Peace By Elzy Kolb

UITARIST JIM HALL HAS RECORDED G duets with the likes of Bill Evans, Pat Metheny, Ron Carter, Bob Brookmeyer, Bill Frisell, and others. But his recent Duo 2010 (ArtistShare), on which heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s paired with drummer Joey Baron, felt like something new for him, in part because he didn't do as much in advance as usual. "Usually I would prepare a lot of music or at least a list of possible tunes. This time, though, I just had a few ideas in mind. I felt unprepared, but went in and winged it anyway." The absence of a bass player opened some new avenues of exploration. "There were only the two of us communicating with one another," Hall says. "Bass players are great with changing things up in a moment. But with no bass player, Joey and I would exchange a look, and one of us would stop playing or do something different. I accepted the musical environment and silences more than I would usually, and it worked out well. Joey's a very inventive guy, a very impressive player. He brought a lot of percussion doodads, and I brought three guitars, so there'd be more contrast and not sound all the same." At the time of the recording, Hall was "still scuffling with a back injury and a low energy level." For the past couple of years, the guitarist has been dealing with the after-effects of back surgery and post-op complications, including an infection that kept him in the hospital for nine weeks. In fact, he's endured lower back pain for years: "Being hunched over a guitar for my whole life hasn't helped much." The pain gradually got worse, until it reached a point where Hall

couldn't really lift anything - and eventually couldn't even walk. Not long afterwards, he was operated on to repair a spinal fracture. After the surgery, "I couldn't play for a long time. I lost the calluses on my fingers and the muscles in my left hand." Once Hall was again able to pick up his ax, he set up a daily regimen of practicing for at least an hour. "If I don't get at it every day, my hand reminds me." These days, Hall plays sitting down instead of standing, which took some getting used to. "It makes a bit of a difference, but usually I manage." He also works with a trainer from his health club who is "excellent in knowing how to put a back together," helping with exercises and improving his posture. Though Hall is approaching his 80th birthday (Dec. 4), he views the back problem as a temporary setback and continues to gig regularly. He earned kudos for his recent guest turn with Sonny Rollins at the tenor colossus' own 80th birthday celebration at the Beacon ("Sonny sounded incredible," the guitarist reports). One important reason not to slow down: Hall sees music as a vehicle for peace that can play a part in knocking down barriers and overcoming discrimination. "Music is something that binds people, something that has to be done together," he says. "Band members might have their disagreements, but once they hit the stage, it all works out." Something similar happens with the jazz audience, which, he points out, is often made up of people of different nationalities, backgrounds and ages. Hall has a birthday celebration gig scheduled at Birdland on Nov. 9-13. He'll also take part in a tribute concert in memory of trombonist Benny Powell, being held at Flushing Town Hall on Nov. 19. "I cared a lot for Benny," Hall recalls. "We were in the Merv Griffin Show band at the same time in the mid-60s. It wasn't a particularly creative situation, just playing standard arrangements with the show's guests. But I'd recently gotten married and wanted to get off the road. I could take the subway to work and play with some really good musicians." Count Basie and Duke Ellington were among the program's guests during Hall's and Powellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tenure there. For the tribute concert, notes Hall, "We won't rehearse. We're just going to call some tunes. There are going to be a lot of poignant feelings in the air, but it'll be fun." Hall looks forward to working with other musicians and to his daily practice sessions and takes an active interest in the arts in general. However, he listens to music only occasionally. "I don't want to be influenced. I don't want to get my brain stirred up without steering it in a particular direction." Sometimes, in search of inspiration, he'll "tune the guitar funny, then try to make something out of it. It makes you think differently and gets your fingers moving." Jim Hall celebrates his 80th birthday at Birdland, on Nov. 9-13, with Greg Osby on alto, Steve LaSpina on bass and Joey Baron playing drums. Then he'll join fellow NEA Jazz Masters Jimmy Heath, Barry Harris and Curtis Fuller at Flushing Town Hall on November 19, with bassist David Wong and drummer Tootie Heath also part of the band. Hall photo by Roger Sadowsky

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JAZZWOMEN! By Elzy Kolb Food for thought In the month of Thanksgiving, members of the Jazz Women community count their blessings and bless us with their music. Baritone saxophonist Lisa Parrott says, "I'm thankful for the support of my family and friends, and their good health. I'm also thankful to be able to play these regular gigs with such great musicians." Catch Lisa in Brooklyn at Downtown Atlantic every Sunday, and at Armando's every Thursday with Carl Thompson and Friends, including tenor maven Virginia Mayhew … Bassist Iris Ornig is thankful to work with "wonderful musicians who bless the music world with their enduring spirit and unique qualities of creativity and energy"; she's at Kitano on Nov. 4, with Helen Sung on piano … Pianist Diane Moser says, "I'm thankful for being alive, for all of the help that my family and friends gave to me in my time of crisis, and for making music once again"; D-Mo previews her upcoming CD Duetto (CIMP) with bassist Mark Dresser at Klavierhaus on Nov. 5 … Pianist Leslie Pintchik is "grateful for many things in my life, primarily for my family and friends"; she plays Sofia's on Nov. 6 … Melissa Hamilton is thankful that her 81-year-old dad is healthy and doing great, and for the safe rescue of the Chilean miners; she sings at the North Square brunch on Nov. 7 … Pianist Judy Carmichael was born on Thanksgiving, so it's a big day for her. She says, "During these economically challenging times, I'm especially thankful that I continue to make my living doing something I love and that I'm able to work with people whom I admire and who inspire me." Judy plays S O P A C o n N o v . 9 … Kelley Suttenfield sings at a benefit for the National Organization for Women's Safety Awareness, at the Helene Fortunoff Theater on the Hofstra campus in Hempstead on Nov. 13; she's "thankful to

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be involved with this worthwhile cause" … Songstress Sheila Jordan is "grateful to be alive and still able to do the music that has saved my life"; help Sheila blow out the candles when she celebrates her 82nd birthday with backing by pianist Steve Kuhn at the Jazz Standard on Nov. 16-17. Welcome whimsy Singing trombonist Elizabeth! plays Banjo Jim's on Nov. 1 and Tonda Pizza on Nov. 30; she's grateful for the ability to find small things to smile about, "like the pug peeking out of that bicyclist's messenger bag" … Pamela Luss is thankful for Face Book, and for seeing the post there about this column; she sings at the Metropolitan Room on Nov. 4, 6 and 11… Upbeat singer/composer Sofia Tosello is full of affirmations this year, declaring, "I am thankful for the beautiful life I have, and I shouldn't complain so much!" Family - including mom friends, Netflix and the convenient location of her New York Sports Club branch and its impact on her health and weight also rank high on her gratitude meter; Sofia plays the Blue Note brunch on Nov. 14. Far and near Alto saxophonist Sharel Cassity is "thankful to be playing this music, and for the people around me who make my life brighter"; catch Sharel in action at the Jazz Mass at St. John's Lutheran Church every Sunday, or at the Polish National Home in Hartford on Nov. 19, part of the Pork Pie Hat series … Nicole Pasternak is grateful that family and friends have overcome lifethreatening illnesses, and for answered prayers; she sings at Matsuri in Darien, Conn., every Monday; on Nov. 5-6, Nicole and Rachelle Fleming take part in Space in the Heart, A Jazzopera at Symphony Space Thalia … Carrie Jackson declares, "I am blessed to be able to work with great musicians who appreciate the music and want to give back to the communities, and for the ability to keep this music happening with passion and integrity, and taking it to even higher vistas"; Carrie sings "America 's classical art form" at 16 Prospect Wine Bar in Westfield on Nov. 4 and at Hotel Tides in Asbury Park on Nov. 19 … Vocalist Antoinette Montague appreciates her physical and spiritual health, food and shelter, and having the chance to "get on the bandstand and celebrate this music called jazz and blues with great musicians"; Antoinette plays the Wadsworth in Hartford on Nov. 4 … Pianist/composer Connie Crothers says, "I am thankful for all the special, exciting, surprising music I've been hearing this year, from some musicians I have just met and never heard before to old friends who astonish me with something deeply different. There seems to be a burst of musical creativity going on -- unexpected explosions of beauty and energy"; catch


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Connie at William Paterson University on Nov. 7 and at The Stone on Nov. 21-22 … Vocalist Patricia Adams is grateful for her seven-year run playing brunch at Ryles in Boston (she'll be there on Nov. 7) and the chance to work with master musicians … Singer Catherine Russell is "thankful for my family, good long-time friends, and the opportunity to make music with excellent musicians, that’s truly a blessing”; catch Catherine at Shanghai Jazz on Nov. 12. Personal best "This year I am very thankful for being able to see Divinity, especially where there appears to be none. And, I am also very thankful to give and receive love," says Cindy Blackman, a.k.a. Carlos Santana's fiancée; the drumstress plays Tony Williams' music at (le) Poisson Rouge on Nov. 10 … Tenor saxophonist Virginia Mayhew plays the Garage on Nov. 13 and 20; she appreciates "good health and all that makes possible, dear friends, getting to play with lots of great musicians, and true love" … Violinist/composer Meg Okura is thankful for the warm response to her new release, Naima, and that she and saxophonist Sam Newsome are expecting a baby girl in January: Congratulations! Meg and the Pan Asian Chamber Jazz Ensemble play the Rubin Museum on Nov. 19 … Diane Marino, a Nashville-based New Yorker is happy to have the opportunity to "return home to perform, and to see family and friends I haven't seen for some time"; she plays piano and sings at Trumpets on Nov. 19 … Singer Elisabeth Lohninger gives thanks that as a musician she gets to express herself and travel the world "doing what I love." She also has an attitude of gratitude over celebrating her 12th wedding anniversary with pianist Walter Fischbacher; catch Elisabeth and Walter at Miles Café on Nov. 23 … Drummer Allison Miller is "thankful for all of my loving friends who welcomed me on stage with them after my European tour got canceled due to the volcano - even when they already had a drummer or didn't really need a drummer at all. And, I am thankful for my new niece, Tallulah"; Alli plays IBeam on Nov. 27, with Helen Gillet on cello, and Banjo Jim's on Nov. 28.

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wake up every day and still have all my physical, mental and spiritual faculties in order to express my music on this planet, my purpose in living this lifetime"; catch Andrea at Zora Art Space on Nov. 9 and 23 … Pianist/vocalist Liz Childs appreciates being "able to live in a vibrant city like New York, with its wealth of great musicians. I'm also thankful for the community devoted to creating awareness on different levels, and to problem solving through teaching, studying and working." Liz plays Studio 100 on Nov. 11 … Vocalist Jay Clayton -- who's grateful for her family, her many friends, and jazz music -- plays Sound Songs at the Stone on Nov. 14; keep an eye out for her Sound Songs 2 CD … Libby York appreciates "the gift of song, the beauties of nature, the love of dear ones and the irreverent, sardonic sense of humor of the jazz musicians I work with!" Libby sings at Kitano on Nov. 17 … Vocalist Linda Ciofalo, who plays Miles Café on Nov. 26, is thankful for her mom's heart surgeon, plus "random acts of kindness, smiling faces, music, an extra hour of sleep, Malbec in the winter, and sparks of creativity and inspiration." For the record Check out Album No. 9 (Motema) from singer KJ Denhert, who says, "I am thankful to have a great band that shows up on time, plays beautifully and inspires me - but without the fans, it'd just be a rehearsal. I'm also really thankful for great NYC venues like the 55 Bar and Smoke that keep us coming back and give me a reason to wake up in the morning with someplace to go, to do what I've accepted I'm supposed to be doing!" … Singer Suzanne Pittson gives thanks for her hubby and son, for getting tenure at CCNY ("So I can continue to support vocalists in their study of this great music), for her daily Buddhist practice "that helps me start each day with a renewed determination to develop my humanity," and for the release of her new CD, Out of the Hub: The Music of Freddie Hubbard (Vineland). Reach for the sky It's not too soon to start anticipating what you'll celebrate at Thanksgiving dinner 2011: We could all have a special toast if a jazz musician was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Music. The Pulitzer Prize Board is conducting its annual quest for new musical works of excellence, inviting entries from across the full range of distinguished American music, including jazz. Works that had American premieres in the 2010 calendar year are eligible, and entries must be postmarked by Dec. 31, 2010. No need to wait till the last minute: As a former editor always said, there's no penalty for getting your work in early. For entry details, go to: http://www.pulitzer.org and click on "How to Enter," or call (212) 8543841. The last word Elzy Kolb is grateful for having ears and for the wonderful music that fills them, for good health and for the opportunity to write this column, and for the wise and inspirational people who have made a huge difference over the years, especially hubby Russ Vines; catch Elzy running around like a maniac on Nov. 24, preparing for her favorite holiday.

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HOT FLASHES By Paul Blair BENEFITING WBGO AND THEREFORE US Save the date: November 10. It's an all-stops-out concert being held at Newark's NJPAC honoring Phoebe Jacobs of the Louis Armstrong Educational Foundation plus recording impresario Herb Alpert, with music provided by vocalists Jon Hendricks, Ernie Andrews, Leny Andrade and others. Dee Dee Bridgewater will emcee. Proceeds will assist WBGO-FM in its ongoing efforts. Details at events.wbgo.org. A GYPSY JAZZ FAMILY AFFAIR This year's Django Reinhardt NY Festival at Birdland on Nov. 2-7 commemorates the centennial of Django's birth with six evenings of concerts built around a core sextet (including French guitarist Dorado Schmitt and his two sons) along with an array of nightly guests Anat Cohen, Miguel Zenón, Edmar Castaneda and Joel Frahm among them. The club's website (birdlandjazz.com) has details posted.

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A WEALTH OF NOVEMBER CHOICES Curtis Fuller with the Juilliard Jazz Ensemble at Paul Hall (Nov. 2) and also heading up a quintet at Smoke (Nov. 12-13)…Venezuelan pianist Benito González debuting material from his new Circles album at Jazz Standard (Nov. 2)…accordionist Victor Prieto with the NY Tango Conspiracy at Zinc Bar (Nov. 23)...Rossano Sportiello & Harry Allen dueting at Saint Peter's (Nov. 3)…Eliane Elias at Jazz Standard (Nov. 3)…Christian McBride's marvelous Inside Straight group with Steve Wilson & Warren Wolf at Jazz Standard (Nov. 37)…Ted Rosenthal at BargeMusic (Nov. 4)…keyboardist Daniel Kelly's trio at Tea Lounge (Nov. 4)…trumpeter Mike Rodriguez and pianist Helen Sung as part of bassist Iris Ornig's quartet at Kitano (Nov. 4)…violinist Billy Bang at the Rubin Museum (Nov. 5)…a late-night CD release gathering at Dizzy's featuring music from bassist Colin Dean's fine new Shiwasu (Nov. 5)…Vijay Iyer at Flushing Town Hall (Nov. 6)…Arturo O'Farrill's crack AfroLatin Jazz Orchestra stirring things up at Symphony Space (Nov. 6)…bassist Ben Allison plus distinguished guests at Kush on successive Sunday evenings (Nov. 7, 14, 21 & 28)…drummer Gabriel Gloege's Dymaxion Quartet at Brooklyn's Tea Lounge (Nov. 9)…Brad Mehldau with the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra plus guest Joshua Redman at Zankel Hall (Nov. 9), followed by Chris Potter's Underground configuration with Adam Rogers, Craig Taborn & Nate Smith in the same venue the next evening…Ralph Hamperian's Tuba d'Amore group at Saint Peter's Church (Nov. 10)…Anat Cohen's quartet plus guests Ralph Alessi & Chris Lightcap at Littlefield in Brooklyn (Nov. 10)…Cyrus Chestnut's trio at Jazz Standard (Nov. 11-14)…Bobby McFerrin at Rose Theater for his sole NYC appearances this year (Nov. 12-13)…the Cookers, an all-star group including Eddie Henderson, David Weiss, Billy Harper, Azar Lawrence, George Cables, Michael Bowie and Billy Hart, at Jazz Standard (Nov. 15-16)…Sheila Jordan marking her 82nd birthday at Jazz Standard (Nov. 16-17), with backing by pianist Steve Kuhn…guitarist Tomas Janzon, whose new CD Experiences is garnering loads of airplay, with bassist Ken Filiano at Brooklyn Lyceum (Nov. 17)…saxist Roxy Coss' trio at Flute Bar & Lounge (Nov. 17)…percussionist Newman Taylor Baker bandleading at The Stone (Nov. 18)…drummer Jordan Young heading up a quartet with tenor saxophonist Joe Sucato, guitarist Yotam Silberstein & organist Brian Charette at Smalls (Nov. 19); Jordan, Joe and organist Kerong Chok


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also play every Wednesday at B Flat…Roswell Rudd celebrating his 75th birthday with the Trombone Tribe outfit at City Winery (Nov. 20)…Dave Liebman guesting with pianist Bobby Avey at Cornelia Street Café (Nov. 21)…trombonist Craig Harris and associates at Mount Morris Ascension Presbyterian Church in Harlem (Nov. 21)…the Maria Schneider Orchestra at Jazz Standard for a six-night stint that may well sell out (Nov. 23-28)…Keiko Matsui at the Blue Note (Nov. 23-24)…bassist Rob Duguay at Galapagos in Williamsburg with a group that features Steve Wilson plus an onstage painter (Nov. 27).

JAZZ + KLEZMER? It's an invigorating mixture, to be sure. Check this month's performance schedule at Sixth Street Community Synagogue in the East Village: sixthstreetsynagogue.org. We see nearly a dozen gigs listed featuring configurations of various sizes and musical temperaments. Cover charges are modest and they’ll throw in a free drink. OTHER ROOMS, OTHER VOICES Bookings at Le Poisson Rouge include the outrageously good Tin Hat Trio (Nov. 1); pianist Lucian Ban with bassist John Hébert (Nov. 2); and Cindy Blackman's "Another Lifetime" band (Nov. 10)…Enrico Granafei plays guitar and harmonica - sometimes simultaneously every Thursday at Di Fiore Marquet….In Touch Entertainment is currently booking outstanding talent at three Midtown venues. Rue 57 offerings this month by Nicki Parrott (Nov. 2), Craig Handy (Nov. 9), Mark Morganelli's Jazz Forum All-Stars (Nov. 23) and Allan Harris (Nov. 30). Palio Bar welcomes Sarah Hayes (Nov. 5) and Joe Cohn (Nov. 20), while South Gate presents Ms Hayes in the company of guitarist Jack Wilkins (Nov. 10) and Jay Leonhart with Harry Allen (Nov. 24).

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"SPACE IN THE HEART: A JAZZOPERA" It's the title of a new one-act work composed by clarinetist Bill Smith, whom many will remember as a longtime Brubeck collaborator. On Nov. 5-6 at Symphony Space, a Smith quartet will provide the music for three singers. The story traces the fortunes of a love-struck astronaut desperately pursuing a rival for the affections of her colleague. Wait, doesn't this whole story sound somewhat familiar ? ON CAMPUS Master classes at Manhattan School of Music with Cecil Bridgewater (Nov. 2) and Vijay Iyer (Nov. 9); as well as a recreation by the Manhattan School Jazz Orchestra of Ellington's "Such Sweet Thunder" (Nov. 19 on campus, then at Dizzy's on Nov. 29)…pianist Connie Crothers in concert at William Paterson University (Nov. 7).

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ELSEWHERE Hopefully, you've already discovered the treasure of recent National Public Radio jazz shows (including Village Vanguard sets) archived at npr.org. Now we're alerting you to something new: live Brooklyn Jazz Underground broadcasts each Tuesday from 5:00 to 6:00 PM on the Progressive Radio Network's website…jazz journalist Will Friedwald, author of the newly published "A Biographical Guide to the Great Jazz and Popular Singers," enthuses about some of his favorite singers (and plays video clips featuring several of them) during a free Jazz at Lincoln Center listening party being held in the Nesuhi Ertegun Jazz Hall of Fame adjacent to Rose Theater at 7:00 PM on November 2. Info: jalc.org/listeningparty.

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B A C K S T A G E PA S S JAZZ ANECDOTE BY BILL CROW Bill Crow's books "Jazz Anecdotes" and "From Birdland to Broadway" can be found at your favorite bookstore, and at www.billcrowbass.com along with many interesting photos and links. Though Bobby Hackett was often associated with Dixieland and included the old tunes in his repertoire, he didn't like the two-beat feeling that some Dixie rhythm sections played. He preferred four-four swing. When a bass player asked him whether he should play in two or four, Bobby said, "Play four...it's twice as good as two." On another occasion, the drummer couldn't seem to avoid a two-beat feeling whenever the band played a traditional Dixieland tune. Finally, Bobby told him, "We're going to play 'Muskrat Ramble.' But you play 'Perdido,' and everything will be okay." While Randy Sandke was rehearsing an original jazz composition, he heard something that didn't sound right. He stopped the band and discussed what the drummer had been playing. The drummer said, "I thought you wanted sheets of sound there." Randy replied, "I did, but I wanted clean sheets!"

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PETER BERNSTEIN QUARTET MIKE LeDONNE - JOHN WEBBER - JOE FARNSWORTH

# # # JAZZ FOR KIDS WITH THE JAZZ STANDARD YOUTH ORCHESTRA EVERY SUNDAY AT 2PM - DIRECTED BY DAVID O’ROURKE# # #

AFRO LATIN JAZZ ORCHESTRA PUERTO RICO, MORE THAN SALSA GRAMMY winners Arturo O'Farrill and the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra explore new and existing trends in Puerto Rican music, with special attention to folkloric and traditional forms, especially Bomba and Plena. Highlights include Mombrogo, Iron Jungle, and new works, with special guests Miguel Zenón and William Cepeda. Nov. 6 at 8pm 2537 Broadway at 95th Street, NYC

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For tickets, visit www.symphonyspace.org call 212.864.5400 or visit the box office www.afrolatinjazz.org General Admission $38 Students & Seniors $25 Symphony Space Members $32 Day of show $43

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Zinc Gets A Grand Piano! SAUTER PIANOS presents NEW DIMENSIONS in LATIN JAZZ

NOVEMBER

Early Evening Shows 1 K & Neo 2 Deb Silver's Salon Showcase 3 Scott Feiner & Pandeiro Jazz 8 Alexis Cole 9 Arthur Dutra's Timbatu 10 Cecelia Coleman Big Band 12 Brandon Terzic 15 Jocelyn Medina 16 Ansel Matthews 22 Bernal/Eckroth/Ennis 23 Jazzilian 29 Mariel Sol

2 & 3: Emilio Solla & The Tango Jazz Conspiracy 4: Manuel Valera Quartet 9 & 16: Elio Villafranca Quintet 10 & 18: Juan-Carlos Formell & Johnny's Dream Club 11: Dafnis Prieto & Si o si quartet 17: Fernando Otero Quintet 23 & 30: Pedro Giraudo Sextet 24 & 25: Osmany Paredes Quartet Dec 1: Dario Boente & Proyecto Sur Dec 2: The Rodriguez Brothers Saturdays Marianni & Bossa Groove Sundays Cidinho Teixeira Samba Jazz All Mondays Felix Pastorius 9PM Ron Affif Trio 11PM - 3AM All Fridays African Jazz

82 WEST Third Street (Sullivan & Thompson Sts) Greenwich Village, NYC 212-477-9462 NEW! ZINCBAR.COM Sets at 9:30pm, 11pm, 1am (Monday only Late set 2am) Drums by Canopus Percussion by LP Photography by Adriana Mateo

Hot House Jazz November 2010  

Hot House Jazz November 2010

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