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Feb 8 - 14, 2016

CALENDAR VIEW

 

Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola

Gotham Kings

A Mardi Gras Celebration

With trumpeters Riley Mulherkar and Alphonso Horne, dancers Michela Lerman, Ayodele Casel, Marija Abne,  and Monique Scott, Big Chief Carl Hopkins, trombonists Andy Clausen and Jefferey Miller, tuba player/trombonist Corey Wilcox, clarinetist Patrick Bartley, guitarist Gabe Schnider, pianist David Linard, bassist Russell Hall, and drummers Sammy Miller and Kyle Poole


Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola

LATE NIGHT SESSION: Mathis Picard


Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola

Bria Skonberg

My Fat Valentine - Love Songs from the Big Easy

With trumpeter Bria Skonberg, clarinetist and saxophonist Evan Arntzen, pianist Ehud Asherie, bassist Russell Hall, and drummer Jerome Jennings

 


Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola

Freddy Cole: Songs for Lovers

With pianist and vocalist Freddy Cole, bassist Elias Bailey, drummer Quentin Baxter, and tenor saxophonist Harry Allen


The Appel Room

CĂ©cile McLorin Salvant

If music be the food of love, it doesn’t get more perfect than singer Cécile McLorin Salvant for a Valentine’s Day-inspired performance. In the last five years, the 25-year-old vocal wonder has risen with lightning speed to international acclaim. An innovative singer with extraordinary soul, intuition, and deep character, Salvant is the next great jazz vocalist in the lineage of Ella Fitzgerald, Betty Carter, and Dianne Reeves.


Rose Theater

Monty Alexander & Friends: Sinatra at 100

With Kurt Elling

At 17 years old, a serendipitous encounter with Frank Sinatra and his long-time pal Jilly Rizzo changed the trajectory of pianist Monty Alexander’s career forever: Alexander would soon become the house pianist for the famed Jilly’s club in New York City and develop a unique relationship with its most famous patron.


Dizzy's Club Coca Cola Valentine's Day

Freddy Cole: Songs for Lovers


 Referred to as a “national treasure” by The Huffington Post, jazz pianist and singer Freddy Cole is a prolific artist of undisputed pedigree. Building his career at the same time as his brother, the iconic Nat King Cole, it was never going to be easy for Cole to establish his own musical identity. However, with 20 albums released in just the last two decades, including the GRAMMY® Award-nominated 2010 album, Freddy Cole Sings Mr. B, Cole has carved out a reputation as an individual and prolific force in the jazz world. Amongst the greatest contemporary crooners, Cole’s sensitivity and effortlessly powerful delivery make him the perfect artist for Valentine’s Day.


Feb 8 - 14, 2016