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Wednesday, September 9th, 2015

Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola October and November 2015 Lineup





(New York, NY—September 9, 2015) Fall concerts at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola kick into high gear during the months of October and November. Much-anticipated performances and celebrations with artists and legends Cyrus Chestnut, John Handy, Bobby Sanabria, Joe Temperley, and George Wein enliven the club.

The Israeli Jazz Festival returns on October 28 and 29, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Etienne Charles bring his Calypso Masquerade Ball to the stage for a spooky Halloween performance on October 31, and the always-soulful Wycliffe Gordon commences the holiday season  for the club’s annual Thanksgiving day celebration on November 26.

As part of Jazz at Lincoln Center’s major renovation of Frederick P. Rose Hall’s, Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola and the Irene Diamond Education Center will be closed from November 1 -16, reopening on November 17. For general information about Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola, please visit jazz.org/dizzys.


Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola October and November 2015 Lineup:

Thursday, October 1, 2015
Gregory Generet

Vocalist Gregory Generet is relatively new to the scene, but you’d never guess it after hearing the confident elegance in his voice. His repertoire focuses on well-known classics, but the result is far from routine; on Generet’s debut album, he performs swinging jazz standards like “How High The Moon” and “Stolen Moments,” rides the Brazilian grooves of “Rio de Janeiro Blues,” delivers a standout interpretation of Ellington’s “Caravan,” and even includes an urgent and passionate version of Van Morrison’s “Moondance,” in which his emotions soar over the peaks and valleys of the band’s dynamic arrangement. This show is recommended on a purely musical basis, but it will also stand out to listeners who enjoy great lyrics brought to life by a singer who internalizes and projects them with sincerity.

Cover:  $40
Student Cover:  $30

Friday, October 2, 2015
Celebrating George Wein at 90 with special guests Randy Brecker, Howard Alden, Lewis Nash, Jay Leonhart and Frank Kimbrough

Jazz impresario and pianist George Wein, affectionately referred to as “The Father of Jazz Festivals” after creating the Newport Jazz Festival in 1954, celebrates his 90th birthday with an all-star group at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola. Joining Wein will be an incomparable group comprised of Randy Brecker, Howard Alden, Frank Kimbrough, Jay Leonhart, and Lewis Nash, all significant performers and band leaders. Be a part of living history and join us for the party!

Cover:  $40
Student Cover:  $30

Saturday-Sunday, October 3-4, 2015
Joe Temperley Quintet featuring Wycliffe Gordon

One of the best saxophonists in the world, Joe Temperley is the elder statesmen and a founding member of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. He has seen it all during a career with the Duke Ellington Orchestra, Woody Herman, Buddy Rich, Joe Henderson, and many more. Every time he plays at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola he has a different set of musicians, always top-notch and aware of the gig’s significance. Tonight’s group further ups the ante, featuring a rhythm section of Adam Birnbaum, Yasushi Nakamura, and Billy Drummond, plus the almighty Wycliffe Gordon on trombone. Don’t miss your chance to catch a living legend perform in Jazz at Lincoln Center’s most intimate setting.

Cover:  Saturday $45, Sunday $35
Student Cover:  $25

Monday, October 5, 2015
Yves Léveillé Quartet with Adam Kolker
Quebec Jazz Connection

Yves Léveillé is a celebrated composer and pianist who routinely draws emphatic praise from critics and audiences. His cerebral compositions are delicate and beautiful, brimming with a full range of emotions that are felt strongly, but delivered with subtle nuance. There’s no shortage of challenging rhythmic patterns and intertwining melodies, but the pieces are so carefully constructed that it all feels natural and welcome. The success of Léveillé’s writing is due in part to his quartet’s strong chemistry, and the group plays with such an assured and effortless unity that his compositions–despite their distinct headiness–feel modest, almost inevitable. Every member is also a gifted soloist, including special guest Adam Kolker, an esteemed improviser and composer known for his work with Ray Barretto, Maria Schneider, Fred Hersch, John Abercrombie, Billy Hart, and more.

Cover:  $30
Student Cover: $20

Tuesday-Wednesday, October 6-7, 2015
Antonio Sanchez and Migration

Since arriving in New York City in the late 1990s, Antonio Sanchez has proven himself as a powerhouse to watch and remember. Extracting an incredible array of colors from the drums, Sanchez defies nature with extraordinary dynamic shifts, subtle colorations, metric super-impositions, and streamlined clave patterns. Sanchez not only dazzles with herculean technique, but he also swings, as is heard with his own bands, on the soundtrack for Academy Award “Best Picture” winner Birdman (which Sanchez both composed and recorded), and with such artists as Chick Corea, Michael Brecker, Gary Burton, and Pat Metheny. The latest album by his band Migration is yet another example of Sanchez’ pushing–and surpassing–stylistic and physical limitations; the entire 56 minutes play as one seamless electro-acoustic journey, augmented by the unique vocals of Thana Alexa.

Cover: $35
Student Cover: $25

Thursday, October 8, 2015
Turtle Island Quartet with Cyrus Chestnut
Jelly, Rags and Monk

The Grammy Award-winning Turtle Island Quartet is a truly one-of-a-kind string quartet. Equally proficient as jazz quartet as they are contemporary chamber ensemble, they blur those lines and more while rewriting the rules of classical and modern improvised music. Combining virtuosic, seemingly limitless technique and classical concepts with the flexibility, risk-taking, and modern theory of the great jazz improvisers, the Turtle Island Quartet obscures the usefulness of such genre distinctions. Their consistently diverse and rapidly expanding repertoire has included original compositions as well as arrangements of such composers as Dizzy Gillespie, Wayne Shorter, Jimi Hendrix, Vivaldi, and John Coltrane. Tonight’s brand new program, Jelly, Rags, and Monk, features jazz pianist Cyrus Chestnut, called “the best jazz pianist of his generation” by Time magazine. Together, the group will draw a blazing line from the early roots of jazz directly to Thelonious Monk, one of the geniuses of the modern jazz era.

Cover: $35
Student Cover: $25

Friday-Sunday, October 9-11, 2015
Leny Andrade and Roni Ben-Hur

Leny Andrade is an internationally acclaimed vocalist whom Tony Bennett calls the “Ella Fitzgerald of Brazil.” Her voice is huge and expressive, refreshingly raw and yet always in control. Her partner tonight, Roni Ben-Hur, is a formidable guitarist and a favorite of New York City musicians. Like Andrade, Ben-Hur has deep musical roots in both jazz and the music of Brazil. The duo has performed in public only a few times, and earlier this year they recorded their debut album, the release of which we celebrate tonight. Join us for an intimate performance while this collaboration, now including a Brazilian rhythm section of Itaiguara Brandão and Helio Schiavo, is still somewhat of a “hidden gem.”

Cover:  $45 Friday and Saturday, $35 Sunday
Student Cover:  $25

Monday, October 12, 2015
Alain Bédard Auguste Quintet
Quebec Jazz Connection

Alain Bédard is a prominent Canadian bassist returning to Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola for the first time in years. His Auguste Quintet, performing tonight, plays hard-swinging bop with rich, quirky twists and turns reminiscent of Thelonious Monk, an acknowledged influence and subject of exploration for Bédard. The group’s Monk-esque compositions (contributed by various members) are greasy, thickly textured, and serve as excellent platforms for expressive improvisation. They also groove hard, so the audience gets to settle into each piece while still enjoying the surprises. Also worth noting is Bédard’s role as co-founder of Effendi, an important independent jazz label in Canada, demonstrating his deep commitment to the music.

Cover: $30
Student Cover: $15

Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Jamie Ousley Trio
Happy Birthday to Ray Brown

Bassist Jamie Ousley hosts a birthday celebration for his personal “bass hero,” the late, great Ray Brown. Based in Florida, Ousley is a local favorite who has worked with such acclaimed musicians as Nicole Henry, James Moody, and Benny Golson. He is also a gifted composer with a well-matched trio whose latest album reached #8 on the JazzWeek radio charts. There’s no better place than Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola to celebrate Ray Brown’s birthday, and the Jamie Ousley trio hope to make it a memorable occasion.

Cover:  $30
Student Cover:  $15

Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Gregorio Uribe Big Band
Cumbia Universal Album Release Party

Singer-accordionist Gregorio Uribe leads a big band of top New York Latin jazz musicians to celebrate cumbia and other tropical and danceable rhythms from Colombia. This big band is irresistibly upbeat and danceable with rhythmic acrobatics performed by a world-class percussion section. Uribe, a spirited and charismatic front-man, sings, dances, plays percussion, and makes some delightful contributions on accordion that might be new territory for many jazz audiences. Tonight’s performance is the album release party for Cumbia Universal, an album featuring mostly originals in addition to The Beatles’ “Come Together,” a selection that highlights the group’s unpredictability and open-mindedness.

Cover: $35
Student Cover: $20

Thursday, October 15, 2015
David Chesky: Jazz in the New Harmonic

With Jazz in the New Harmonic, David Chesky and his band of all-star jazz musicians fuse 21st century classical harmonies with the city’s rhythms to create a new genre of jazz. The album, featuring the same band set to appear at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola, received numerous awards for its provocative and cerebral approach to the classical/jazz blend. Chesky’s patient, angular harmonies are elevated by a solid groove in the group’s foundation, relying on heavy bass vamps from Peter Washington and a steady pulse from drummer Billy Drummond. If you’re looking for something new and refreshing, or a jazz set with cross-genre appeal, join us for this one-night-only performance.

Cover: $40
Student Cover: $25

Friday-Sunday, October 16-18, 2015
Nilson Matta's Brazilian Voyage

Nilson Matta is well known as the world-class bassist of Trio da Paz, but his solo career as a composer and band leader is equally noteworthy. His albums are thoughtful aural masterpieces featuring lush harmonies and contemporary Brazilian rhythms. “Brazilian Voyage” is an apt title for tonight’s performance, as Matta’s expert knowledge of Brazilian jazz unfolds as a nicely varied journey through the music’s traditions and contemporary explorations, demonstrating an evolution in which he continues to play a major role.

Cover:  $40 Friday, $45 Saturday, $40 Sunday
Student Cover: $30

Monday, October 19, 2015
Juilliard Jazz Ensembles

The Juilliard School has been a destination for world-class music education since its founding, and these incredible young musicians will exemplify that legacy for this special performance. The Juilliard School Jazz Ensemble features some of the world’s most talented emerging jazz artists, many of whom are already professional musicians. No stranger to Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola, the ensemble has also performed at noted venues such as the Blue Note and Alice Tully Hall. These gifted young musicians are proof of jazz’s bright future.

Cover: $25
Student Cover: $15

Tuesday, October 20, 2015
Kirk MacDonald Quartet
Vista Obscura Album Release Party

Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola is proud to host the album release party of Kirk MacDonald’s Vista Obscura, an album that just won a 2015 Juno Award (the “Canadian Grammy”) for “Best Jazz Recording Solo Artist.” It’s a major feat, and expectations are high for this performance. The band is comprised of similarly prolific musicians, including Harold Mabern, Neil Swainson, and Andre White. The album features mostly originals, for which MacDonald is well known, plus two Coltrane compositions. The new compositions were written with this extraordinary band in mind and will appeal to jazz fans across the board.

Cover: $30
Student Cover: $20

Wednesday, October 21, 2015
Ignacio Berroa Celebrates Dizzy Gillespie with special guest Jon Faddis

This evening marks 99 years of Dizzy Gillespie, and we could not be in better company for the celebration. Ignacio Berroa, tonight’s leader, moved to New York in 1980 and joined Gillespie’s quartet in 1981, remaining the drummer of multiple Gillespie bands until his passing in 1993. Berroa is widely regarded as a master drummer in jazz, Afro-Cuban, and the many fusions in between. Joining Berroa will be legendary trumpeter Jon Faddis, protégé of Dizzy Gillespie. Known for having an extraordinary and virtually unparalleled range, Faddis has complete mastery over the trumpet. He evokes the voices of Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis, Roy Eldridge, and, of course, Gillespie, all while remaining true to his own. Berroa and Faddis are both intimately experienced with Gillespie’s music, and they exemplify the quality and musical courage for which Gillespie was known.

Cover:  $40
Student Cover:  $25

Thursday, October 22, 2015
When You Wish Upon a Star
The Ladybugs Tribute to Classic Disney Films

The Ladybugs are a traditional jazz harmony group known for intricate vocal harmonies and experimental arrangements. Popular among audiences that range from lindy hoppers to modern jazz aficionados, the Ladybugs effortlessly keep audiences smiling and moving. Lead by Martina DaSilva, all members of the band sing while playing ukulele, guitar, trombone, and bass. Tonight, the Ladybugs present a new program, breathing fresh life into songs from such classic Disney films as Cinderella, Robin Hood, The Jungle Book, Sleeping Beauty, and more.

Cover:  $35
Student Cover:  $20

Friday -Sunday, October 23-25, 2015
John Handy Quintet
50th Anniversary of Live at Monterey Jazz Festival

John Handy’s performance at the 1965 Monterey Jazz Festival was an unprecedented sensation. Brave, free, and unique, the set is considered a high point of improvisation and an essential listen amongst aficionados. The entire set is comprised of two lengthy, wholly captivating pieces full of extended solos on saxophone, guitar, violin, bass, and drums. From the opening minutes to the fiery climax, the music transports the listener, instilling a sense of wonder that remains palpable today. Recordings of the original performance have thankfully been reissued, but it will be a special privilege not only to hear this material in person, but to experience it with an audience almost unthinkably intimate compared to the Monterey crowd that gave Handy such thunderous applause 50 years ago.

Cover: $40 Friday, $45 Saturday, $40 Sunday
Student Cover: $25

Monday, October 26, 2015
Monday Nights with WBGO: Ben Williams & Sound Effect
Coming of Age

Ben Williams is widely recognized as a leading upright and electric bassist, especially after winning the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition in 2009. In great demand as a sideman, Williams is a regular at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola alongside a wide range of groups. Tonight, he makes his debut as a leader, showcasing original music from his excellent second album, Coming of Age. Stylistically, his writing is a powerful combination of post-bop and R&B and gospel-infused jazz. The music tackles some deep themes and emotions, but the band is clearly having a good time playing it together, and in the end, beauty and a sense of uplift stick with the listener. Williams’ formidable Sound Effect group features Marcus Strickland, Christian Sands, Gilad Hekselman, and John Davis, some of the top names in town.

Cover:  $30
Student Cover:  $20

Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Melissa Aldana & Crash Trio
with Pablo Menares and Allan Mednard

Chilean tenor saxophonist Melissa Aldana made history in 2013 as the first female instrumentalist to win 1st place in the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition. After receiving the Berklee Presidential Scholarship in 2007 and graduating from Berklee College of Music in 2009, Aldana moved to New York City, where she quickly became a part of its jazz scene. She has performed at venues like the Village Vanguard, Blue Note, Iridium, Smalls, Birdland, and in 2014–at age 24–celebrated the release of her third album at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola. Aldana’s career is rapidly and deservedly taking off as both a prolific leader and band member of top groups. Join us for an intimate set with a great saxophonist whose name you’ll be hearing for a long time.

Cover: $35
Student Cover: $20

Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Yotam Silberstein
Israeli Jazz Festival

Tel Aviv-born guitarist Yotam Silberstein had already won the coveted “Israeli Jazz Player of The Year” title at the age of 21. Soon after, he performed at Italy’s renowned Umbria Jazz Festival, released a critically acclaimed debut album, and set out on an extensive tour of Europe and the Middle East. Upon receiving a scholarship to attend The New School in 2005, Silberstein moved to New York City and has since performed with such luminaries as James Moody, The Heath Brothers, and Paquito D’Rivera. It’s notoriously challenging for a jazz guitarist to climb the ranks like Silberstein, and it speaks to a high and multifaceted level of artistry to earn such acclaim at this speed. Come hear what it’s all about!

Cover: $30
Student Cover: $20

Thursday, October 29, 2015
Gadi Lehavi Trio with Special Guest Ravi Coltrane
Israeli Jazz Festival

Israeli pianist Gadi Lehavi last performed at Jazz at Lincoln Center as a co-headliner of Friends of Chick Corea: Musicians of the Future in The Appel Room. Chick Corea handpicked him for the performance, calling him a “genius” who brings “fresh ideas, fresh creativity, and an uninhibited way of thinking to the music.” That’s as high an endorsement as we can offer, and we hope you’ll join us as Lehavi makes his Jazz at Lincoln Center debut as a leader. These sets feature a very special guest –and regular collaborator of Lehavi’s–saxophonist Ravi Coltrane.

Cover:  $35
Student Cover: $25

Friday, October 30, 2015
Oran Etkin’s Re-imagining Benny Goodman: 80 Years of Swing

Multi-instrumentalist Oran Etkins is known for digging deeply into the sounds of various eras and locations, reimagining them in his own voice. In the 1930s–40s, swing dominated American popular music, and for Reimagining Benny Goodman, Etkin channels the “King of Swing” and celebrates several important milestones. Alongside vibraphonist Steve Nelson and drummer Matt Wilson, two top instrumentalists, Etkin pays homage to one of the first integrated jazz quartets to tour the country. The group will also celebrate the 80th anniversary of the historic Palomar Ballroom concert that ushered in a new musical era. These sets will be great for both newcomers and longtime jazz fans.

Cover: $40
Student Cover: $25

Saturday, October 31, 2015
Etienne Charles Presents: A Calypso Masquerade Ball

For this special concert on Halloween night, trumpeter/percussionist and vocalist Etienne Charles leads a calypso-jazz masquerade. He is joined by vocalist Keith ‘Keet Styla’ Prescott, Baritone saxophonist Paul Nedzela, pianist Victor Gould, guitarist Marvin Dolly, bassist Ben Williams, drummer McClenty Hunter, and steel panist/percussionist Kareem Thompson.

Cover: $35
Student Cover: $20

**Sunday-Monday, November 1-16, 2015**
Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola will be closed for maintenance from November 1-16, 2015.

Tuesday, November 17, 2015
Dominick Farinacci: Short Stories

When Quincy Jones first saw Dominick Farinacci perform, he famously said: “This kid is 360 degrees!” The 32-year-old trumpeter has been further endorsed by Wynton Marsalis and has released nine records to date. Every aspect of his talent has received its due praise—from his succinct, melodic phrasing, to his highly expressive tone and strong chops. Though best known for (and most interested in) beautiful, patient melodies  at times reminiscent of late ‘50s - early ‘60s Miles Davis, Farinacci still knows how to swing fast, rip through the blues, or branch out with aspects of Latin percussion.

Cover:  $35
Student Cover:  $20

Wednesday, November 18, 2015
James Morrison Quartet featuring Marian Petrescu

Australian trumpeter James Morrison is a world-renowned artist who has played with legends including Ray Brown, Dave Brubeck, Ray Charles, Dizzy Gillespie, Quincy Jones, and Wynton Marsalis. He has also performed and/or recorded with the London Symphony and Philharmonic Orchestras, and he has performed for two United States Presidents and Queen Elizabeth II. This level of popularity and demand started early for Morrison, who made his United States debut at the Monterey Jazz Festival when he was only 16 years old. Tonight, his quartet includes Romanian piano virtuoso Marian Petrescu, who has played with a similarly extraordinary list of jazz greats across the world. Anyone with an interest in straight-ahead jazz should not miss the opportunity to catch this lineup in our most intimate setting.

Cover:  $30
Student Cover:  $20

Thursday-Sunday, November 19-22, 2015
Bobby Sanabria Multiverse Big Band

Percussionist, composer, educator, and multi-GRAMMY® Award-nominee Bobby Sanabria has been a staple of the Latin jazz community for over 30 years. On this special weekend during Puerto Rican heritage month, we celebrate Sanabria’s birthday! A recipient of countless awards and grants, Sanabria has played with such legends as Dizzy Gillespie, Tito Puente, and Mario Bauza, and he has been featured on numerous film soundtracks. Sanabria will be leading the big band from his recent album, Multiverse, which was nominated for two GRAMMY® Awards. Not only is it Puerto Rican heritage month, but this weekend is also Sanabria’s birthday celebration.

Cover:  Thursday, Friday, $40, Saturday $45, Sunday $35
Student Cover:  $25

Monday, November 23, 2015
Manhattan School of Music
Maiden Voyage Suite

Manhattan School of Music’s programs of study for Jazz Arts majors are designed to develop skilled performers, composers, arrangers and jazz educators in preparation for careers in jazz music. Systematic and rigorous conservatory training, combined with a myriad of performance and networking opportunities in New York City, make this program one of the richest of its kind for young jazz musicians. The Manhattan School of Music Concert Jazz Band is dedicated to performing the classic big band arrangements of Count Basie, Dizzy Gillespie, and many others. Tonight, they celebrate the 50th anniversary of Herbie Hancock’s acclaimed Maiden Voyage album, featuring arrangements by faculty members Mike Holober, Tony Kadleck, and more.

Cover:  $35
Student Cover:  $20

Tuesday-Wednesday and Friday-Saturday, November 24-25 and 27-28, 2015
Wycliffe Gordon & Friends

In recent years, Wycliffe Gordon has regularly won the category of “Best Trombone” in the Annual Downbeat Critics Poll, in addition to a first-time win for “Rising Star” on Tuba in 2014. It’s always a pleasure to welcome back this former star of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and the Wynton Marsalis Septet, whose more recent groups continue to impress. Wycliffe Gordon is the definition of a good time, “the most soulful man alive,” according to vocalist Michael Mwenso, and so talented that mention of his virtuosic technique comes as an afterthought; as Wynton Marsalis says, “Just his presence is a creative experience.”

Cover:  Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday $40, Saturday $45,
Student Cover:  $30

Thanksgiving, Thursday, November 26, 2015
Wycliffe Gordon & Friends

Join us at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola for a Thanksgiving day tradition. The inimitable Wycliffe Gordon brings his soulful sound to the club for this special holiday performance.

Tickets are $140 per person. Note: There will be one extended headline set only on Thursday, November 26. Doors open at 5:30pm and the music will begin at 7pm and end by 9:15pm.  Pre-paid reservations will be available by October 5, 2015 and will includes a special Thanksgiving meal, music cover charge, and gratuity. To join us on Thanksgiving, call CenterCharge at 212-721-6500 or visit jazz.org/dizzys.

Sunday, November 29, 2015
Take the A Train: Billy Strayhorn Centennial Celebration

Featuring Sunnyside Social Club and Evan Sherman Entourage (7:30PM set) & Underground Horns and Evan Sherman Entourage (9:30PM set)
For this special evening, Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola celebrates 100 years of Billy Strayhorn’s music. Whether working as Duke Ellington’s key collaborator or on his own, Strayhorn was a leading composer who contributed such classics as “Take the A Train.” Presented in collaboration with Music Under New York, this concert features some of jazz’s emerging stars interpreting Strayhorn’s music.

Cover:  $35
Student Cover:  $20

Monday, November 30, 2015
Berklee Global Jazz Ambassadors

The Berklee Global Jazz Institute (BGJI) is a program designed to foster creativity and musicianship through interconnected teaching and thinking, with the inimitable Danilo Pérez as its artistic director. The BGJI students produce original music and social projects in the pursuit of peace, intercultural dialogue, social change, and democracy. This specially selected group of young musicians travels and performs internationally, representing the core values and teachings of the BGJI. They will be joined by a special guest for this concert.

Cover:  $30
Student Cover:  $15

Scheduled at 11:30pm every Tuesday through Saturday, Late Night Session features some of jazz’s most talented up and coming artists, with a special invited jam session. Hosted by vocalist  Michael Mwenso, on Thursday and Saturday nights only. Full Price: Tuesdays and Wednesdays $5; Thursdays and Fridays $10; and Saturdays $20. Student Price: TuesdayFriday $5; and Saturday $10.

Thursday-Saturday, October 1-3 , 2015

Tuesday - Saturday, October 6-10, 2015

Tuesday - Saturday, October 13-17, 2015
LATE NIGHT SESSION: Joseph Doubleday

Tuesday - Saturday, October 20-24, 2015

Tuesday - Saturday, October 27-31, 2015
LATE NIGHT SESSION: Sammy Miller and the Congregation (10/27, 10/28, 10/30)
LATE NIGHT SESSION: Sammy Miller and the Congregation Big Band (10/29
LATE NIGHT DANCE SESSION: Sammy Miller and the Congregation Big Band (10/31)

Tuesday - Saturday, November 17-21, 2015
LATE NIGHT SESSION:  Evan Sherman Entourage (11/17, 11/18, 11/20)
LATE NIGHT SESSION: Evan Sherman Big Band (11/19)
LATE NIGHT DANCE SESSION: Evan Sherman Big Band (11/21)

Tuesday - Wednesday, Friday - Saturday, November 24-25, 27-28, 2015 LATE NIGHT SESSION: Mathis Picard
*Note that is there is no Late Night Session on Thanksgiving, Thursday, November 26.



Dizzy’s Club Coca–Cola, 5th floor, Frederick P. Rose Hall, Home of Jazz at Lincoln Center, on Broadway at 60th Street, New York City.

Call 212–258–9595 or visit www.jazz.org/dizzys.
Prices vary. Dinner served nightly.  
General Admission: $20–$45 (unless noted otherwise);
Students: $5–$30 with valid student ID (selected sets only);  
Late Night Session: $5–$20. 
Minimum of $10 applies to all.    

Headliner sets are 7:30pm, 9:30pm (unless noted otherwise).

Dizzy’s Club Coca–Cola continues the Hot Fives Special –$5 cover and $5 food and drink specials –during the Late Night Session sets on Tuesdays and Wednesdays –a great way for patrons to hear some of the most talented young jazz performers while enjoying spectacular views of Manhattan.