Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola

The Iconic Miles Davis

Curated by Keyon Harrold

With trumpeter Keyon Harrold, bassist Derrick Hodge, drummer Chris Dave, pianist/keyboardist Shedrick Mitchell, saxophonists Gary Bartz (5/13 ONLY)and David Liebman (5/14 ONLY), percussionist Taku Hiran, and spoken word by Quincy Troupe (co-author of Miles Davis's autobiography)

As part of our Miles and ‘Trane Festival, trumpeter Keyon Harrold – called “the future of the trumpet” by Wynton Marsalis – leads an expansive exploration of Miles Davis’ music. We could not have found a better person for the job; much like Miles, Harrold is an eclectic, genre-hopping, and convention-spurning artist whose music ranges from unadulterated bebop and straight-ahead jazz to electronically-infused R&B and hip-hop. And perhaps even more than ever, Harrold has Miles on his mind, as he recently recorded the original trumpet sounds heard in Miles Ahead, the upcoming biopic featuring Don Cheadle. Having worked with everyone from Gregory Porter, Billy Harper, and Robert Glasper to Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Common, and Erykah Badu, Harrold has absorbed an enormous range of musical influence that in many ways can be traced back to Miles Davis, a one-of-a-kind legend who would have turned 90 this month.


Arrive early on Friday, May 13 and Saturday, May 14 and enjoy the Miles & Trane Festival, featuring free live music and tastings by Jazz at Lincoln Center partners in the Ertegun Atrium, beginning at 6pm. The Mike Troy Trio will perform on the Atrium stage with alto saxophonist Mike Troy, bassist Dean Torrey, and drummer Aaron Seeber while guests sample menu items from Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola, Nanoosh, Don Antonio by Starita, and Spoonbread (Saturday only), and taste ice creams from Lotus Scoop.

Visitor Info

Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola
Broadway and 60th Street
5th Floor


Set Times*

7:30 & 9:30pm nightly

Late Night Session Tues-Sat

Doors Open at 11:15pm

*unless otherwise noted


Reserve by phone
In person after 6pm

daily at the club

Price Info

Fri $45, Sat $45, Sun $40
$30 (9:30pm only)