Sunday, March 22, 2009
Elisabeth Lohninger at Blue Note, NYC
Special Guests: Donny McCaslin (sax), Max Pollak (tap dance/body percussion)
Sunday, March 22nd
Sets: 12:30pm and 2:30pm
Cover: $24.50 (includes Brunch, the show and a drink)
Walter Fischbacher, piano
Evan Gregor, bass
Jordan Perlson, drums
Blue Note Jazz Club
131 W. 3rd St
New York, NY 10012
Hailing from Austria, and now residing in New York City, Elisabeth Lohninger’s distinctive, alto jazz sound pays homage to the ephemeral nature of love as well as the mystery of waking up each day - life at its core. Her seven successful albums, from her debut project in 1998, Austrian LiedGood to her current multi-facet project, TrioNada weave the influences of EST, Bobby McFerrin, Sarah Vaughan, Sting and Joni Mitchell into an original tapestry of word and music.
"...a significant jazz singer!"
M. P. Gladstone, AAJ
"When I include a vocalist on my programs, it's only because I hear a hell of a singer and I want to share that experience. That Elisabeth Lohninger is such a singer was obvious to me from the first time I heard her. Actually, I don't think of Elisabeth Lohninger as a singer at all, but rather a musician, an artist, a poet who sings."
"The Only Way Out is Up is the best independent vocal jazz recording I have heard this year, and it may very well outlast the big-label offerings."
C. Michael Bailey, AAJ
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
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Wed., March 18th Hey Rim Jeon CD Release
Hey Rim Jeon, piano
Nasheet Waits, drums
Tarus Mateen, bass
On Mona Lisa Puzzle, we find a Korean-born pianist/composer Hey Rim Jeon exploring a set of all new jazz compositions, supported by a power-house rhythm section featuring Dave Liebman on saxophones, Terri Lyne Carringtonon drums, James Genus on bass and Richie Barshay on percussion. Reminiscent of early landmark Blue-Note recordings, the album makes a bold and fresh statement that bristles with super-charged energy yet still allows for moments of space and intimacy. Standout tracks include the mesmerizing 9/4 time signature title track “Mona Lisa Puzzle”, the raw exploration of “Alpha & Omega”, and the elegant beauty of the ballad “This Fall”. Mona Lisa Puzzle is essential listening for any lover of fine jazz recordings.
Monday April 6 8PM-11PM
Monday Jazz at the Turning Point Café
Sonny Fortune - saxophone
Michael Cochrane - piano
Bill Moring - bass
Steve Johns - drums
Two sets 8pm and 9:30pm / no minimum
$20-one music charge for the evening
Turning Point Cafe
468 Piermont Ave.
Piermont, N.Y. 10968