Through his concert presentations, commentaries and CD series, Rob Kapilow helps listeners understand “what makes great music great”. In the first part of each program, he explores a piece of music thoroughly to understand why it is so extraordinary. Then in the second part, the music is heard performed in its entirety, hopefully with a totally new perspective. In this program, Kapilow explores 5 Duke Ellington compositions spanning his legendary career. Then the music is performed by the NY-Big Band, the Kyle Athayde Dance Party. After the program there will be an opportunity to participate in a reception and mingle with the artists.
The second edition of 3333 Music’s monthly concert series in Harlem at 135th and Broadway’s very own 3333 building. This month’s show will feature
Three Hunters Trio
Matt Wong Chamber Ensemble
$10 Suggested donation.
Global Jazz Hang @ Rockwood 3: Presenting musicians from Los Angeles, Boston, NYC, and Japan in the first ever GJH performance.
9/16 rockwood stage 3 10pm. $10 cover.
Max Boiko, Jasper Dutz, Jacob Shulman,
Theo Walentiny - Piano
Hwansu Kang - Bass
Masayasu Amano - Drums
Brad Dutz - Percussion
The newly formed Jasper Dutz Quartet blends virtuosic originals and whimsical arrangements of timeless classics that range from video game music to jazz standards. In addition to the quartet, this performance will feature master percussionist Brad Dutz, Jasper’s father, performing pieces off of their recently released duo album entitled Dutz Duo Too.
Jasper Dutz – woodwinds, compositions, & arrangements
Yonghyun Lee – piano
Lex Korten - Synth
John Koozin – bass
Dayeon Seok – drums
Brad Dutz – percussion
sets at 7.30pm + 9.30pm
$15/$10 for members
reserved table seating: $20/$15 members