EVENTS


 

Saturday, September 24
1:30 PM

Sal Cataldi/Rome 56

Sal Catadi-Rome 56

Time Out New York writes, “Cataldi’s largely instrumental, Eastern influenced jams are infused with some delicate guitar work and
hauntingly moody atmosphere,” while The New York Times proclaims that Cataldi has “a beat unmistakably his own.”

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When in the morning I’m woken up by a melody in my head – which happens about every morning – it’s very often an Arthur Lamonica song. That is the risk you willfully run when you listen to his contagious songs, regardless if it’s Mashville or any of the previous Rome 56 CDs. With Arthur Lamonica the Song is King, and he is a most valiant servant.

Wouter Meijer – Amsterdam

 

Saturday, September 24
3:30 PM

Richard Bennett

Richard Bennett

“Pianist Richard Bennett has found a way to have instantly catchy tunes- riffs and ostinatos really- transcend jazzexpectations while still focusing on improvisation.” – Village Voice


 

Sunday, September 25
2:00 PM

Brandon Glasgow

Brandon Glasgow

Originally from Littleton, Colorado, Brandon Glasgow has been writing and performing for over 15 years from the west to the east coast. Influenced by a soul-infused cocktail of rock, pop, blues, and funk, his focus on songwriting and performance is evident in every one of his songs. He simply creates stories and melodies that audiences will connect with again and again.

 

Sunday, September 25
4:00 PM

David Durrah

David Durrah

Keyboardist David Durrah has performed as a solo artist since the 70′s, while also contributing to other artists’ work on such labels as Black Jazz and Tribe Records.  Presented by the Jazz Foundation of America’s Gig Fund program, with support from NYSCA and the NEA.