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1 Dixon Lane Tarrytown, New York
(914) 631-1000
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This Weekend!
Friday & Saturday   Mar. 23 & 24   7 & 9:30 pm
Ricky Ford Quartet
As a leader, Ricky Ford has recorded 21 albums and authored a vast repertoire of originals. He is also a unique arranger and conductor.  Ford's weekend at the Jazz Forum will feature the masterful musicians Mark Soskin, piano, Jerome Harris, bass and Barry Altschul, drums.

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Brazilian Music Sunday   Mar. 25   4 & 6 pm
Richard Boukas & Quarteto Moderno
Formed in 2008, Quarteto Moderno features Boukas's compositions in Brazilian genres -- samba, choro, baião and many others.  Boukas intertwines these traditional forms with a rich melodic and harmonic vocabulary drawn from jazz and chamber music. The group showcases a spontaneous interaction driven by daring improvisations and rhythmic explorations.

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NEW!  Sunday Evening Jazz   Mar. 25   8 pm
Doors open at 7:30 pm     Stay for both sets!

Brian Q. Torff & New Duke
Brian Q. Torff is a renowned bassist, harmonica player, composer, author and educator.  New Duke is his new project - an acclaimed eight-piece band that performs Torff’s updated arrangements of Duke Ellington’s music. The band will include Darryl Tookes, vocals, Jamie Finegan, trumpet/flugelhorn, Rick Sadlon, alto sax/flute, Steve Moran, tenor, soprano, and baritone saxes and clarinet, John Fumasoli, trombone, Dave Childs, piano/keyboards and Greg Burrows, drums.

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Next Weekend!
Friday & Saturday   Mar. 30 & 31   7 & 9:30 pm
Pete Levin & MöBIUS
As part of New York's jazz, pop, and electronic music scene since the ‘70s, Levin became a sought-after sideman for session work, live performances and hundreds of film scores, jazz and pop recordings. MöBIUS features Chris Pasin, trumpet, Alex Foster, saxophone, Nanny Assis, percussion & Lenny White, drums. 

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NEW!  Sunday Evening Jazz   Apr. 1   8 pm
Doors open at 7:30 pm     Stay for both sets!

Martin Wind Sextet
The celebrated bassist Martin Wind is in Bill Mays' and Dena DeRose's trios, a member of Matt Wilson’s “Arts and Crafts” and plays with the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra. The Sextet will feature Martin Wind, bass, Ingrid Jensen, trumpet, Scott Robinson, woodwinds, Gary Versace, piano, Maucha Adnet, vocals and Duduka da Fonseca, drums.

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April 6th - April 8th
Friday & Saturday   Apr. 6 & 7   7 & 9:30 pm
Marquis Hill Blacktet
Marquis Hill is widely recognized as one of the most important trumpet voices of his generation and a rising star on the jazz scene. In just the past few years, he has won two prestigious competitions: the International Trumpet Guild jazz competition (2012) and the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Trumpet Competition (2014). He leads the exciting Marquis Hill Blacktet feat. Marquis Hill, trumpet, Christopher McBride, alto saxophone, Justin Thomas, vibes, Joshua Ramos, bass and Makaya McCraven, drums which NPR says is a “a snappy working band full of catchy melodic ideas,” and The New York Times calls, “an elite, post-bop unit.” 

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Brazilian Music Sunday   Apr. 8   4 & 6 pm
Richard Sorce Project
Richard Sorce is a published author, composer, arranger, producer and Billboard-charted songwriter. An accomplished musician and academic, Sorce has received several Meet the Composer grants, is an ASCAP award-winning composer and songwriter and the recipient of the Esteemed Faculty Award from New York University. The Richard Sorce Project's take on Brazilian jazz is sophisticated, rich both melodically and harmonically.

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Monthly Open Jam Session       2nd Sunday of Each Month
NEXT SESSION:
Sunday, April 8th
8-10 pm
Come and play with professional, avocational and student musicians. If you just want to hear who's coming up on the scene, come swing by!   Led by pianist David Janeway Trio feat. Frank Tate, bass and Chuck Zeuren, drums.

$10 to listen or $5 to play
Tickets available at the door
Art Gallery
CURRENT SHOW THROUGH MAR. 31

DIANE BRAWARSKY, JERZY KUBINA & KIT DEMIRDELEN


Come see the beautiful art and arrange to meet the artists!

As a special feature of the Jazz Forum space, the club presents a rotating exhibit of area artists. The works are for sale and a portion of the proceeds are a donation to support the club and the free summer concerts, both programs of Jazz Forum Arts.
 
Diane Brawarsky
Through the interplay of colors, textures and forms of painted images and physical objects, I tell stories that echo my past experiences. My work reveals that memories are real and imagined, personal and impersonal, and opens a space for the viewer to register an emotional response.
 

Jerzy Kubina 
Ceaseless observation of the constantly changing reality which surrounds me provokes a struggle for a new quality of expression.  Genuine creative process is fundamental in my exploration.  My artistic work is an attempt to express my reflections on spiritual and existential values. 

Kit Demirdelen
When my children were born, I started working in fabric because I needed a medium that was portable and didn't require an elaborate studio.  At first, using felt was a substitute for painting, but as I worked with it, I began to love its organic quality, and the act of sewing spoke to my new role as mother.  The bold patterns and colors connect me to my own mother, who loves Marimekkko dresses and who taught me to sew.  These sewn pieces are very intimate and are a link between the generations of my family.

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