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September 2019

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Dizzy's Club

René Marie

Blessed with a crystal clear voice, fierce originality, and a commanding stage presence, René Marie is a musical force of nature and a provocative risk-taker. Marie’s repertoire is nicely varied, with a welcome emphasis on her incisive original compositions. For her return to Dizzy’s Club, Marie will bring her regular, Grammy Award-nominated rhythm section of pianist John Chin, bassist Elias Bailey, and drummer Quentin Baxter.


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Monday Nights with WBGO: Theo Croker Big Brother Big Band with special guest Jazzmeia Horn

Big Band Mondays

Theo Croker is a trumpeter and composer who has thoroughly captivated audiences, critics, and fellow musicians since the very beginning of his career. Tonight he will bring his big band to Dizzy’s Club for the first time. They’ll be joined by a very special guest, Grammy Award–nominated vocalist Jazzmeia Horn, a favorite at Jazz at Lincoln Center and a featured headliner later this concert season in The Appel Room.



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Sean Mason Trio

Flip Side Sessions

For one set only, you can enjoy the Dizzy’s Club headlining debut of pianist Sean Mason. Originally from Charlotte, North Carolina, Mason now resides in New York City and is studying music at The Juilliard School. Tonight he will perform with his regular working trio of bassist Butler Knowles and drummer Malcolm Charles.


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Immanuel Wilkins

Flip Side Sessions

Alto saxophonist Immanuel Wilkins makes his headlining debut at Dizzy’s Club in this single-set showcase. Already a hit at Late Night Sessions, new audiences will now get a chance to hear this young talent lead a band. A student of The Juilliard School, Immanuel has already performed throughout the United States and overseas, and he was worked with artists including Jason Moran, the Count Basie Orchestra, Delfeayo Marsalis, Aaron Parks, Gerald Clayton, Gretchen Parlato, Lalah Hathaway, Solange, Bob Dylan, and Wynton Marsalis. We’re lucky to have him in the neighborhood! Any jazz lover should come by and support this exciting young musician.


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Late Night Session: Abdias Armenteros

With soprano and tenor saxophonist Abdias Armenteros, pianist Joe Block, bassist Felix Moseholm, drummer Taurien Reddick, and trombonist Jacob Melsha.


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Jazztopad Festival: Aga Derlak Quintet

The annual Jazztopad Festival at Dizzy’s Club is a must-see showcase for anyone interested in the world of jazz and improvised music. This year, in partnership with Polish Cultural Institute New York, we’re excited to present the Aga Derlak Quintet. Created earlier this year, the band gathers experienced musicians from all around the world under the leadership of pianist and composer Aga Derlak. Derlak’s trio has earned international acclaim over the past few years, and her brand-new quintet is sure to turn some heads as well. They’ve yet to put any music to record, so live and in-person is your only chance to hear this music!


Visiting Presenter - The Appel Room

The Moth and Goalkeepers present

Break Through: Global Stories of Defying the Impossible

Join The Moth for a night of stories from trailblazers working to promote equity in the world. Hear tales of risk and rescue — rich inner journeys, startling discoveries, and hard-won wisdom — from those at the forefront of Global Change.

Each storyteller is a graduate of The Moth’s Global Community Program, which helps to develop the personal stories of extraordinary people from around the world. The program is generously sponsored by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Hosted by R. Eric Thomas, the show features music by Mazz Swift.


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Buster Williams & Something More

The master bassist Buster Williams, once a sideman renowned for his work with Herbie Hancock, Miles Davis, Jimmy Heath, Betty Carter, and others, now leads his own groups under the name “Something More.” Of this title, Williams says: “Music should be an experience. It shouldn’t be something that’s understood by mathematics or by categories. The objective is to always give the audience something more.” While the members of Something More rotate from project to project, their individual and collective standards of performance—as well as their long, diverse lists of musical accomplishments and collaborations—never falter.


Rose Theater 2019-2020 season

Cécile McLorin Salvant

Ogresse

Ogresse—a new musical journey created by vocalist Cécile McLorin Salvant—is a delightfully audacious addition to Salvant’s increasingly eclectic body of work. Joining Salvant to bring this dark and romantic fairy tale-like story to life is a 13-piece chamber ensemble led by Darcy James Argue with the MIVOS string quartet.


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Clarice Assad: Viva Brasil!

Clarice Assad is a virtuosic pianist and vocalist, and she is also a prolific composer whose works have been performed by Yo-Yo Ma, the Philadelphia Orchestra, and Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, to name just a few highlights. A brilliant arranger as well, many of her compositions have been written or rearranged for ensembles of multiple sizes, from solo performers to chamber groups and full orchestras. Tonight she will perform as part of a trio, giving audiences an intimate look at her internationally renowned music.


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Juan Andres Ospina Big Band

Big Band Mondays

Composer and bandleader Juan Andrés Ospina brings his Big Band back to Dizzy’s almost one year after blowing audiences away with his debut album release show. For this globally influenced project, Ospina has assembled a dream team of 26 New York City-based musicians hailing from 10 different countries. Join us once more at Dizzy’s Club to experience this soulful, larger-than-life, and beautifully cross-continental music.


September 2019

CALENDAR VIEW