New Jersey Jazz Society

Thursday — Sep 29, 2016
8:00PM

Jazz at 1867 Sanctuary at Ewing: Zach Larmer Band

1867 Sanctuary at Ewing
Inner Circle Tour


Saturday — Oct 8, 2016
7:00PM

Jazz at 1867 Sanctuary: Living the Dream

1867 Sanctuary at Ewing
Journeying back to the days of Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett


Monday — Oct 10, 2016
8PM-9:30PM

Jazz at Bickford Theatre: Paris Washboard

Bickford Theatre, Morristown
Direct from France!


Sunday — Oct 16, 2016
3:00PM-5:30PM

Monthly Jazz Social at Shanghai Jazz: Gene Perla and the Go Trio

Shanghai Jazz, Madison NJ
Free to members!


Wednesday — Oct 19, 2016
8PM-9:30PM

MidWeek Jazz in Ocean County: Bria Skonberg

Ocean County College, Toms River
Award-winning trumpeter / vocalist


Sunday — Oct 23, 2016
7:00PM - 8:30PM

Music in the Moonlight: Claudio Roditi

Luna Stage, West Orange


Sunday — Oct 23, 2016
3:00PM

Jazz at 1867 Sanctuary at Ewing: The Hazelrigg Brothers

1867 Sanctuary at Ewing
Pure inspiration!


Monday — Oct 24, 2016
8PM-9:30PM

Jazz at Bickford Theatre: Frank Vignola Trio with Jon-Erik Kellso

Bickford Theatre, Morristown
An evening of cool hot jazz!


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Our September issue of Jersey Jazz is out - do you have your copy?

  • After a summer break, please join us for our member social on September 25th – but please note the change in venue (for this particular event) to the Hibiscus Restaurant in Morristown’s Best Western Inn.
  • So how are you enjoying summer – did you manage to get to any of the jazz festivals in and around New Jersey, or were you lucky enough to travel to the Newport Jazz Festival (our cover story)? George Wein, who founded this festival in 1954, and has been presenting it every year since then, has only now handed the reigns over. Bassist Christian McBride will be artistic director next year, and longtime Wein assistant Danny Melnick will be producer – an amazing run for Wein who is now 90. Sandy Ingham’s report will bring the performances of Anat Cohen, Henry Butler, Jimmy Heath, Charles Lloyd and many others to life for you.
  • Do you live in or near Mercer County? We co-sponsor all the jazz events (many per month) at the 1867 Sanctuary in Ewing, and NJJS members receive $5 discount. Check the calendar for upcoming events!
  • Bassist Noriko Ueda is Schaen Fox’s interviewee this month. She has played for drummer Sherrie Maricle’s DIVA bands (and arranged for them too) for many years, and has also been a member of pianist Ted Rosenthal’s trio. Perhaps you’ve seen her play with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra at NJPAC and also at the Frank Wess Quintet Concert. Read all about her transition from piano to bass, and her relocation from Japan to the USA.
  • The Rochester and Syracuse jazz festivals, with among others Chick Corea and Trombone Shorty Andrews, respectively, in attendance, are wonderfully profiled and photographed by Mitchell Seidel – after reading, you might want to save these dates on next year’s calendar.
  • Joe Lang has reviewed a number of jazz CDs for our listening pleasure – there’s something for everyone, and it’s not too soon to start stockpiling holiday gifts for jazz lovers!
In addition to this brief taster, there are many other interesting pieces in this month’s issue, as well as ads for dozens of opportunities to enjoy live jazz in New Jersey and its surrounds. To receive your copy of the Jersey Jazz Journal, and to take advantage of other benefits including discount admission to events, become a member by clicking on the Membership tab above!
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