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Olli Soikkeli and Friends
Mar
21
6:00 PM18:00

Olli Soikkeli and Friends

Olli Soikkeli is one of the most gifted young guitarists in the world right now and we try to get him to Madison as often as possible. The Wall Street Journal wrote: “Olli Soikkeli, a riveting finnish guitarist who combines astonishing dexterity and speed with pure soul in a way that places him among the worthiest current day successors to the legacy of the great Django.”

Make a reservation now and enjoy some truly amazing music!

No music charge, $25 food & drink minimum.

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Stevie Wonder Tribute with Ty Stephens
Mar
22
6:15 PM18:15

Stevie Wonder Tribute with Ty Stephens

Friday, March, 22, Ty Stephens, Greg Buford, Alva Nelson, Miho Nobuzane, and Bill Dotts bring a phenomenal night honoring the musical genius of Stevie Wonder! The band executes the music perfectly and Ty Stephens’ vocals are engaging, soulful, and too much fun!

A consummate multi-talented entertainer and performer, Ty Stephens has performed around the world, gaining an international audience with a cool, urban-tinged adult-contemporary sound, based on jazz, funk and R&B.

"Stephens' voice is like honey... pure and sweet..." 
- The Philadelphia Tribune

"...a must-see band to be experienced live...!" 
- The New York Amsterdam News

No music charge, $40 food & drink minimum with seatings at 6:15 and 8:35.

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Don Braden's Earth Wind and Wonder CD Celebration
Mar
23
6:15 PM18:15

Don Braden's Earth Wind and Wonder CD Celebration

Don Braden is a masterful clarinet, saxophone and flute player and has composed and recorded a new CD blending and celebrating the genius of Earth Wind and Fire and Stevie Wonder. The recording has received tremendous reviews and a lot of air play from terrestrial radio like our favorite, WBGO, and Sirius XM's Real Jazz station! No music charge, $40 food and drink minimum for seatings at 6:15 and 8:45, reservations required.

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John Korba with Hal Slapin and John Vourtsis
Mar
26
6:30 PM18:30

John Korba with Hal Slapin and John Vourtsis

John Korba, pianist and vocalist with Hal Slapin on bass and John Vourtsis on drums. I always say, Tuesdays are my favorite night of the week with these three as our regular Tuesday trio! John Korba has performed on the Broadway production of Rent and toured with Hall & Oates. You will enjoy tremendous renditions the Beatles, James Taylor, Hall & Oates, Van Morrison and plenty of others

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Paul Meyers with Steve Laspina and Andy Watson
Mar
27
7:00 PM19:00

Paul Meyers with Steve Laspina and Andy Watson

Jazz guitarist Paul Meyers has led various groups in the NYC area for many years. One of the finest was a quartet featuring the legendary Frank Wess, and that quartet recorded a critically acclaimed CD on the Miles High label and had numerous performances in New York City clubs and concert stages around the Northeast.Since that time Paul has often led a trio like the one that backed up Frank Wess, and our night at Shanghai will be with this great group. The trio features two fantastic musicians who were both veterans of the great Jim Hall’s trio - drummer Andy Watson and bassist Steve LaSpina - 

Paul Meyers - "one of the most eloquent jazz guitarists since Kenny Burrell"  -  James Gavin, NY Times - 

Andy Watson has been a fixture on the New York jazz scene for over two decades. He has performed and recorded with an impressive list of artists and groups, including: Toshiko Akiyoshi, Bill Frisell, Benny Golson, Jim Hall, Tom Harrell, Jon Hendricks, Woody Herman, Joe Lovano, Wynton Marsalis, Marian McPartland, James Moody, Marvin Stamm, Mike Stern, Lew Tabackin and the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra.

As a member of Jim Hall’s trio, Andy played on the critically acclaimed recording, “Dialogues “.  All About Jazz magazine called his performance on David Bixler’s “Call It A Good Deal” “one of the top ten for 2006”. Bassist Steve Laspina has been a prominent feature on the NY and National Jazz scene for 30+ years. He has performed and recorded with greats like Benny Carter, Stan Getz, Phill Woods, Clark Terry, Chet Baker, Pat Martino and many more. Steve has also played the wold’s foremost jazz festivals including North Sea and Umbia Jazz!

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Deep Groove Jazz Trio
Mar
28
7:00 PM19:00

Deep Groove Jazz Trio

The Deep Groove Jazz Trio features Hammond Organist Dan Kostelnik, Guitarist Leo Jordan and Drummer John Vourtsis.  They’ll perform Jazz Standards, Monk, Funk, Michael, Miles and beyond. 

Dan Kostelnik, a featured WBGO Jazz 88 artist is a William Paterson Jazz Studies alum who’s toured Europe with We Three and recorded 3 albums with guitarist Bob Devos.

Leo Jordan, also a graduate of the William Paterson Jazz Studies program has performed extensively in the NY area for over 30 years in the Jazz, Blues and Rock genres. 

John Vourtsis, a multi-instrumentalist is a Shanghai Jazz regular, drumming with John Korba, Jerry Vezza, Tomoko Ohno and Bob Himmelberger, among others.  

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Champian Fulton is coming home from a long tour!
Mar
29
6:15 PM18:15

Champian Fulton is coming home from a long tour!

Champian Fulton, Hot House Magazine’s Female Vocalist of the Year, 2017 returns to our bandstand after a very busy summer to celebrate the release of her brand new CD! . Her travels included a full European tour and a performance with the great Bria Skonberg’s new project “The Sisterhood of Swing.” So much talent, a joy to be around, and a fabulous entertainer are some of the reasons we love when Champian comes to Madison! No music charge, $40 food and drink minimum for seatings at 6:15 and 8:45. Reservations required

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Rob Paparozzi & Bobby Harden Experience
Mar
30
6:15 PM18:15

Rob Paparozzi & Bobby Harden Experience

A very special event with two of the most charismatic and fun entertainers today! Co-Lead Singers of The Original Blues Brothers Band Bobby Harden and Rob Paparozzi and featuring other members of the band! Rusty Cloud, Dan Boone and Lee Finklestein.

This will be a truly outstanding evening. Bobby Harden, The Soul Man from NY, has been thrilling audiences internationally with incredible vocal performances. He performed at President Obama’s 2008 inauguration, and has also shared the stage with soul legends Solomon Burke, Eddie Floyd, Ben E. King, Robert Cray, Delbert McClinton and Howard Tate.

Rob Paparozzi is a grammy nominated harmonica player and equally talented vocalist and front man. He has toured with legends like: B.B.King, Dr. John, Bruce Springsteen, Whitney Houston, Carole King, Roberta Flack, Culture Club, Cyndi Lauper, Randy Newman, Jimmy McGriff, and James Galway.

This is a special event and reservations are required for either of two seatings at 6:15 and 8:35. We will feature a prix fixe menu at $60 per person which includes a three course dinner and entertainment, (drinks, tax and gratuity are not included).

Prix Fixe Menu:

Dim Sum Appetizer Plate for the Table

Choice of: 3 Chili Chicken / Sesame Chicken / Korean Beef Lettuce Wraps / Ginger Scallion Shrimp ($7 supplement) / Vegetarian Pad Thai / Roast Beijing Duck ($9 supplement)

Sweet Ending Plate

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Daryl Sherman
Mar
31
6:00 PM18:00

Daryl Sherman

Daryl Sherman, James Chirillo and Boots Maleson are a favorite trio and always fill the room. Dary Sherman is a fabulous pianist and vocalist, and a rarity, “equally talented in both roles.” She performed as Artie Shaw’s singer, and had a “stellar 14 year run at the Waldorf Astoria.”

No music charge, $25 food & drink minimum, sets at 7:00 and 8:30!

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John Korba with Hal Slapin and John Vourtsis
Apr
2
6:30 PM18:30

John Korba with Hal Slapin and John Vourtsis

John Korba, pianist and vocalist with Hal Slapin on bass and John Vourtsis on drums. I always say, Tuesdays are my favorite night of the week with these three as our regular Tuesday trio! John Korba has performed on the Broadway production of Rent and toured with Hall & Oates. You will enjoy tremendous renditions the Beatles, James Taylor, Hall & Oates, Van Morrison and plenty of others

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Jerry Bruno's 99th Birthday Celebration, Part Two!
Apr
3
7:00 PM19:00

Jerry Bruno's 99th Birthday Celebration, Part Two!

Legendary bassist Jerry Bruno just truned a spry 99 and we are thrilled to celebrate with him! Jerry played with too many legendary musicians to list. Most notably, Frank Sinatra, Bucky Pizzarelli, Liza Minelli, and on and on… Moreover, he is a fabulous gentleman and entertainer.

Along with pianist Russ Kassoff, who also performed with Sinatra and Minelli, and vocalist Catherine Dupuis, we will enjoy their timeless tribute to the music of Frank Sinatra!

The band will begin at 7:00 with no music charge, a $25 food & drink minimum. Reservations required

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CD Release Party with Matt Kane
Apr
4
7:00 PM19:00

CD Release Party with Matt Kane

Drummer, educator and composer Matt Kane recently released collection of original tunes, The Other Side of the Story . The CD has garnered fantastic reviews and spent more than three months shooting up the Charts, topping out at number 1 on KZSU Stanford’s jazz chart in February, and number 15 on Jazz Week’s, Jazz Album Chart!

Album Press says of the release, “The cascade of sound on this album is akin to a personal narrative of his life as a musician that has traversed both geography and hard work. . . This new project will have listeners . . . want to listen to this album over and over again and shuffle your brain into the thought of what could be next for this talented modern-day drummer that continues to add to his jazz force in modern music.”

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Blue Soul Quintet
Apr
5
6:15 PM18:15

Blue Soul Quintet

Blue Soul’s music is a unique fusion of Blues, Jazz, New Orleans, Soul, Rock, and R&B styles.

 Featuring songs by artists including:  Bill Withers, Ray Charles, Van Morrison, Marvin Gaye, B.B. King, Otis Redding, Al Green, George Benson, Donny Hathaway, Stevie Wonder, Taj Mahal – and many others.

 Blue Soul features the soulful vocals of Herb Woodson, and musical director/ bassist/ vocalist Bailey Gee. They are accompanied by: Ted Brancato on piano, Mike Hogan on guitar, and Joseph DeVico on drums.

We have two seatings at 6:15 and 8:45 for this fantastic night of music. No music charge, $40 food & drink minimum. Reservations required

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Bernard Purdie Trio
Apr
6
6:15 PM18:15

Bernard Purdie Trio

The most recorded drummer in history is back! Bernard Purdie’s shows never disappoint. He has performed on hit records an toured with everyone from Aretha Franklin to The Jackson 5, Steely Dan, James Brown, Cat Stevens, Hall & Oates, and The Rolling Stones, to name just a fraction of the superstars who needed “the funkiest soul beat in the business!”

Seatings at 6:15 and 8:35 with no music charge, just a $40 food & drink minimum. Reservations required.

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Leonieke Scheuble
Apr
7
6:00 PM18:00

Leonieke Scheuble

Leoneike Scheuble was named Hot House Magazine’s “Best Up and Coming Young Artist” and, though she is just 16, she has established herself as a truly special musician. She has been performing at Shanghai Jazz for three years now and the fun she has when seated at a piano is infectious! Her music is inspired and her talent unmistakeable. A true Jazz piano prodigy Leokeike first gained attention after winning the International Women in Jazz “Youth in Action Award” at age 11. The same year, she was the subject of an hour-long interview “The Future of Jazz” over America’s premier jazz radio station, WBGO and was recorded by Rudy Ban Gelder in her debut recording featuring the great Miles Davis’ drummer, Jimmy Cobb.

Since then, Leoneike has recorded as a sideman, released another CD as leader that features Mark Whitfield and Steve Davis. She has won Hot House Fans Decision Award for “Best Up and Coming Young Artist” and has become a TEDx speaker.

Now, at 16, Leonieke is a regular at Shanghai Jazz and consistenlty wows our audiences. You will thank us when you can say, “I saw Leoneike at Shanghai Jazz back when…”

No music charge, $25 food & drink minimum. First set begins at 6:00. Reservations required.

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John Korba with Hal Slapin and John Vourtsis
Apr
9
6:30 PM18:30

John Korba with Hal Slapin and John Vourtsis

John Korba, pianist and vocalist with Hal Slapin on bass and John Vourtsis on drums. I always say, Tuesdays are my favorite night of the week with these three as our regular Tuesday trio! John Korba has performed on the Broadway production of Rent and toured with Hall & Oates. You will enjoy tremendous renditions the Beatles, James Taylor, Hall & Oates, Van Morrison and plenty of others

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Charlie Apicella Trio
Apr
10
7:00 PM19:00

Charlie Apicella Trio

Guitarist Charlie Apicella is the leader of Iron City.  The band's sixth CD, Groove Machine features Charlie's hard bop inspired originals and arrangements of classic Blue Note Records gems. 

Charlie Apicella is an Eastman Guitars Featured Artist, a Guild Guitars Sponsored Artist and a ZT Amplifiers Official Artist.  He is a regular contributor to Vintage Guitar Magazine's YouTube channel.

He has written lessons for DownBeat and Just Jazz Guitar magazines and has been profiled in Vintage Guitar and Hot House magazines.

"I think you will find that "Sparks" will light the artistic fires of the soul and intellect." Heartfully, YUSEF LATEEF

"As a player, Apicella immediately brings to mind Grant Green. He’s funky, he’s bluesy, and he’s not afraid to get dirty at times. The perfect illustration of how great this band is together is Charlie’s “64 Cadillac.” Apicella and band have that perfect jazz rapport that allows them to be tight as hell and play off each other beautifully." JOHN HEIDT, Vintage Guitar Magazine

"Apicella's playing shines...[he] is aware of the straight-ahead tradition, showcasing his Wes Montgomery influence...Apicella's guitar sound is bright and clean, and easily cuts through the huge sound of the organ." TIM FISCHER, Just Jazz Guitar Magazine

"Apicella is a lithe, swinging guitarist with an affinity for the contrasting styles of both Grant Green and Wes Montgomery...An all-around impressive debut by a guitarist of substance." MARK GARDNER, Jazz Journal

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Abelita Mateus
Apr
11
7:00 PM19:00

Abelita Mateus

Abelita Mateus, a magnificent pianist, composer and vocalist with a masters in Jazz Performance from William Paterson University. Her latest release, Mixed Feelings is a tremendous sophomore effort and has received critical acclaim from Downbeat Magazine, NY City Jazz Record and many more. She is originally from Sao Paolo, Brazil, where she developed a deep love for Brazilian music and, eventually jazz. Her talents have placed her in bands with music legends like Claudio Roditi, John Lee, Vinicius Dorin, Raul de Souza and she is pianist for the Dizzy Gillespie Afro-Cuban Experience. 

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Helio Alves Piano Trio
Apr
13
6:15 PM18:15

Helio Alves Piano Trio

Helio Alves is an award winning pianist & composer having played on multiple Grammy winning albums including Yo Yo Ma’s grammy winning Obrigado Brasil, Claudio Roditi’s nominated Brazilliance X4, and Brazilian Dreams by Paquito D’Rivera. Helio is a thrilling performer and masterful arranger of music.

Joining Helio on are two award winning musicians: bassist & composer, Nilson Matta (who will be headlining his own show on Saturday, 12/15) and Duduka Da Fonseca on drums. These gentlemen are founding members of Trio da Paz the world renowned Brazilian jazz group who have been touring and recording together since 1986.

Two seatings at 6:15 and 8:35, no music charge but a $40 food & drink minimum. Reservations required.

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Ed Laub Trio
Apr
17
7:00 PM19:00

Ed Laub Trio

Along with pianist, Tomoko Ohno and bassist, Martin Pizzarelli, guitarist, Ed Laub will keep a groove swinging through the evening. Ed is a protege of the great Bucky Pizzarelli and always puts on a memorable show.

No music charge, $25 food & drink minimum, performance begins at 7:00. Reservations recommended.

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Warren Vache Trio
Apr
18
7:00 PM19:00

Warren Vache Trio

"In Vaché, jazz has found a creator whose prodigious, hard-earned skills enable him to craft swinging performances of beauty, emotion and surprise."  Warren is a tremendous trumpet and cornet player and, with his acerbic wit between songs he keeps the entertainment rolling.  No music charge, $25 food and drink minimum, performance begins at 7:00. Reservations strongly recommended.

 

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Eric Mintel Quartet
Apr
19
6:15 PM18:15

Eric Mintel Quartet

The great Dave Brubeck once said, "As long as the music attracts dedicated, young musicians like Eric Mintel, jazz will continue to thrive and progress as a voice of freedom." Eric has played at The White House, The Kennedy Center, and the United Nations.  These 4 great musicians never disappoint an audience and our dining room swings and rocks all night.  Along with bassist, Jack Hegyi, drummer, Dave Mohn, and Saxophonist Nelson Hill the Eric Mintel Quartet will get you swinging! No music charge, $40 food & drink minimum for seatings at 6:15 and 8:45. Reservations required.

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Cesar Orozco & Jorge Glem celebrate their new CD, Stringwise
Apr
20
6:15 PM18:15

Cesar Orozco & Jorge Glem celebrate their new CD, Stringwise

Virtuoso Venezuelan cuatro player Jorge Glem, has joined forces with Cuban/Venezuelan pianist, composer and arranger César Orozco, to record their first album as a duo entitled “Stringwise,”released worldwide on February 6, 2019. After working together in several projects for many years while living in Venezuela, these long-time partners in music have reunited again now in New York City and decided to put together this unprecedented and original duo. On this album, both performers explore their instruments to the fullest by mixing the rhythmic richness and energy of traditional Latin American genres such as Venezuelan joropo, merengue, and Cuban son with a repertoire of worldwide renowned masterpieces from pop and jazz. Stringwise is also the first album recorded only with a Venezuelan cuatro and piano. This particular instrumentation, along with the constant presence of jazz elements, such as improvisation, creates a homogeneous and coherent sound despite the varied mixture of songs and genres involved in the recording. The end result is a fascinating journey full of rhythms, melodies and harmonies that listeners will enjoy through 7 covers, one piece of Venezuelan folklore, and 3 original songs, all produced and arranged by both Glem and Orozco.

According to Cuban legendary saxophonist and clarinetist Paquito D’Rivera, “César Orozco manages to make the best combination between Cuban, Jazz and Venezuelan music I ever heard”. Orozco, who was born and raised in Cuba, moved to Venezuela in 1998, where he developed an important and prolific career as a pianist, arranger, composer and producer. After 14 years, Orozco moved to the United States in 2012 and enrolled, with a full tuition Assistantship, to The Peabody Institute of John Hopkins University in Baltimore, where he earned a Graduate Performance Diploma (GPD) in Jazz Piano. Since relocating to the New York tri-state area in 2015, Mr. Orozco has become an in-demand pianist. Some of the artists he has worked with include Paquito D’Rivera, Pedrito Martinez, Gary Thomas, Yosvany Terry, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Luis Enrique, Itai Kriss, Troy Roberts, Paul Bollenback, and Giovanni Hidalgo just to name a few.

Jorge Glem, who is also a mandolin player, composer and producer, is probably the greatest living master of the infectiously rhythmic four-string Venezuelan cuatro. Hailing from Cumaná, Venezuela, Glem, who currently resides in New York City, has set out with a clear and driven purpose of presenting the Venezuelan cuatro as a universal instrument. His amazing talent and purpose have allowed him to share the stage with renown worldwide figures such as Paquito D’Rivera, Jordan Rudess, Rubén Blades, Carlos Vives, Calle 13, Natalia Lafoucarde, Guaco, Desorden Público, Ensamble Gurrufío, Gualberto Ibarreto, Etienne Charles and many other important music personalities allowing him to fuse the sound of this traditional instrument in genres such as jazz, salsa, bluegrass, rock, and pop. Glem is without a doubt one of Venezuela’s musical treasures. "Glem's performance at Lincoln Center, reaffirmed his status as one of the most individualistically talented players in any style of music around the world" - New York Music Daily.

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Peter & Will Anderson Trio
Apr
25
7:00 PM19:00

Peter & Will Anderson Trio

Peter and Will Anderson are true “virtuosos on clarinet and saxophone” (New York Times) and are another pair of our favorite musicians. They have performed with the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, Village Vanguard Orchestra, Wycliffe Gordon, Cecile McLorin Salvant, Paquito D’Rivera, Wynton Marsalis, and can be heard on the 2014 Grammy-winning soundtrack of HBO’s Boardwalk Empire with Vince Giordano’s Nighthawks.  They’ve headlined at The Blue Note, Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center, New Orleans Jazz Festival, Feinstein’s 54 Below, and live on Garrison Keillor’s A Prairie Home Companion

No music charge, $25 food & drink minimum. First set begins at 7:00. Reservations required.

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Big Funk!
Apr
27
6:15 PM18:15

Big Funk!

With a new cd ready to drop, Big Funk! brings an outrageous, raucous, fun, and, yes, FUNKY celebration! Co-Led by celebrated saxophonist, Don Braden and drummer Karl Latham.

Don Braden toured with The Harper Brothers, Lonnie Smith, Wynton Marsalis, The Mingus Band, and many others. He has recorded nearly 20 albums (most recently the acclaimed, Earth Wind and Wonder cd)! Karl Latham is an internationally recognized drummer and has performed with amazing artists like: Slide Hampton, Edgar Winter, Mark Egan, The Shirelles, Tomoko Ohno, Jerry Vivino and many more. He is one of the most in-demand drummers in the world and an incredible entertainer.

Big Funk! never disappoints. Touted as a “Grove / Funk / Soul journey” and “ a dream band” —both for the band members and audience members! Every night they perform here, our crowds are on their feet!

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Brynn Stanley Quartet
May
10
6:15 PM18:15

Brynn Stanley Quartet

Brynn Stanley is a local girl who, after a few years polishing her performances in Los Angeles, she is back home, astounding audiences up and down the East Coast with her silky vocals, creative take on everything from the American Songbook to the Beatles, her grace and elegance. She is joined by Dan Crisci on piano, Nick Scheuble on drums and Rick Crane on bass. No music Charge, $40 food and drink minimum per person for seatings at 6:15 and 8:35. Reservations required.

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Mother's Day with Viktorija Gecyte
May
12
12:00 PM12:00

Mother's Day with Viktorija Gecyte

Celebrate the most important woman in the world with this world class vocalist! “Elegant, swinging and sophisticated beyond her years, Viktorija bears comparison with the greats. She has great phrasing, impeccable timing, a low velvet voice with smoky hues, and hits every note on the button. Her fondness for jazz comes from her father, and her love of singing from her mother, an award-winning chef who comes from a long line of passionate traditional vocalists. For Viktorija, singing is a musical conversation, a human endeavor, a never-ending journey.”

We will have 3 seatings on this special day, 12:00, 2:15 and 4:30. We will offer a special menu, featuring:

Dim Sum Appetizer Plate for the table

followed by a choice of:

3 chili chicken

golden sesame chicken,

firecracker beef

champagne fish

Hunan Shrimp ($8 supplement)

vegetarian pad thai

crisp Beijing duck ($13 supplement)

Finished with a Plate of Sweets for the table.

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Gabrielle Stravelli CD Release Party Celebrating the Music of Willie Nelson
May
18
6:15 PM18:15

Gabrielle Stravelli CD Release Party Celebrating the Music of Willie Nelson

Gabrielle Stravelli is delighted to present the release of her newest album "Pick Up My Pieces: The Music of Willie Nelson". The CD is dedicated to the music and life of the "Red Headed Stranger", and covers the full spectrum of Nelson’s catalog; from early hits like “Three Days” and “Blame It On The Times” to favorites from his blockbuster album of American standards “Stardust” to eternal classics like “Crazy” and “Nightlife”. Alongside the music, Stravelli will weave in stories from Nelson’s famously colorful personal life and storied 50-plus year career, while honoring and reimagining the music of one of America’s greatest songwriters.

Much like her subject, Willie Nelson, Gabrielle Stravelli has stuck to her artistic vision, and gone forward where others might have compromised or thrown in the towel. Her program of songs written by and/or associated with Willie Nelson found her reconceiving the Nelson material in a jazz context with intelligence, imagination, musicality and a voice that equaled all of the challenges that the material presented.” – Joe Lang, Jersey Jazz

The band for the evening will be: 

Joshua Richman, piano

Pat O'Leary, bass

Eric Halvorson, drums

Scott Robinson, sax and flute

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Dan Levinson Trio
Jun
19
7:00 PM19:00

Dan Levinson Trio

Among the worlds finest clarinetists, Dan Levinson is an honored member of the Shanghai Jazz Family. A true virtuoso with a clarinet, Dan plays with both Vince Giordano and Leon Redbone regularly. He is a master of the jazz styles of the early 1900's He has performed with Mel Tormé, Wynton Marsalis, Dick Hyman, Bria Skonberg, Ed Polcer, Howard, Nicki Parrott and many others. He is indeed, as The Mississippi Rag calls him, “The most in demand reedman!”

Accompanying Dan is pianist Mark Shane, an acclaimed pianist, composer, arranger, and accompanist. He has played with some of the finest musicians in the world including Grammy Winner Catherine Russell, The New York Allstars, and many others. He is, in fact, one of the finest jazz pianists in the world!

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Audra Mariel - A Real Human Jazz Band
Jun
30
6:00 PM18:00

Audra Mariel - A Real Human Jazz Band

Audra Mariel is a tremendously talented vocalist who joined the Shanghai Jazz family last spring and we are thrilled to have her back in Madison. A Real Human Jazz Band features guitarist, Tom Monda, drummer Kevin Grossman, and bassist Cody McCorry behind Audra’s melodic and intoxicating voice!

No music charge, $25 food & drink minimum, first set begins at 6:00. Reservations required.

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Alex Laurenzi Quartet!
Mar
20
7:00 PM19:00

Alex Laurenzi Quartet!

Saxophone prodigy Alex Laurenzi, one of the most promising and exciting young jazz musicians in NJ brings a tremendous quartet of young musicians back to Madison! Joining him will be pianist Isaiah Thompson with Ian Kenselaar on bass and Matt Kane on drums.

First set begins at 7:00 with no music charge, $25 food & drink minimum. Reservations required.

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John Korba with Hal Slapin and John Vourtsis
Mar
19
6:30 PM18:30

John Korba with Hal Slapin and John Vourtsis

John Korba, pianist and vocalist with Hal Slapin on bass and John Vourtsis on drums. I always say, Tuesdays are my favorite night of the week with these three as our regular Tuesday trio! John Korba has performed on the Broadway production of Rent and toured with Hall & Oates. You will enjoy tremendous renditions the Beatles, James Taylor, Hall & Oates, Van Morrison and plenty of others

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St. Patrick's Day All Jazzed Up with Alison Kurtz, Arturo & Ernie Fortunado
Mar
17
6:00 PM18:00

St. Patrick's Day All Jazzed Up with Alison Kurtz, Arturo & Ernie Fortunado

Alison Kurtz is a wonderful vocalist whose influences range from the American Songbook to the Beatles and beyond. This evening she is accompanied by two tremendous guitarists, Arturo and Ernie Fortunado who are eachincredibly talented instrumentalists, arrangers, and performers who regularly tour the East Coast.

No music charge, $25 food & drink minimum. The first set will begin at 6:00. Reservations required.

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Nicki Denner
Mar
16
6:15 PM18:15

Nicki Denner

Nicki Denner and Pablo Bencid bring their Latin flair along with Jennifer Vincent on bass! This is always very fun evening as Nicki's graceful & scintillating piano and vocals pair with the excitement of one of the most in demand drummers in jazz today! Seatings at 6:15 and 8:35. Reservations required, no music charge, $40 food and drink minimum per person

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Jerry Vivino Quartet
Mar
15
6:15 PM18:15

Jerry Vivino Quartet

Jerry Vivino has accompanied the likes of Tony Bennett, Dr. John, Lyle Lovett, Donald Fagen, Max Weinberg and many others. His saxophone & clarinet skills are mesmerizing, exciting, and will keep you groovin’ in your seat! Accompanied by drummer Karl Latham, Ken Levinsky on piano, and John Arbo on bass, Jerry will take you on a musical adventure that you do not want to miss.

No music charge, $40 food & drink minimum for seatings at 6:15 and 8:35. Reservations required

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Peter & Will Anderson Trio
Mar
14
7:00 PM19:00

Peter & Will Anderson Trio

Peter and Will Anderson are true “virtuosos on clarinet and saxophone” (New York Times) and are another pair of our favorite musicians. They have performed with the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, Village Vanguard Orchestra, Wycliffe Gordon, Cecile McLorin Salvant, Paquito D’Rivera, Wynton Marsalis, and can be heard on the 2014 Grammy-winning soundtrack of HBO’s Boardwalk Empire with Vince Giordano’s Nighthawks.  They’ve headlined at The Blue Note, Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center, New Orleans Jazz Festival, Feinstein’s 54 Below, and live on Garrison Keillor’s A Prairie Home Companion

No music charge, $25 food & drink minimum. First set begins at 7:00. Reservations required.

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Warren Vache Trio
Mar
13
7:00 PM19:00

Warren Vache Trio

"In Vaché, jazz has found a creator whose prodigious, hard-earned skills enable him to craft swinging performances of beauty, emotion and surprise."  Warren is a tremendous trumpet and cornet player and, with his acerbic wit between songs he keeps the entertainment rolling.  No music charge, $25 food and drink minimum, performance begins at 7:00. Reservations strongly recommended.

 

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John Korba with Hal Slapin and John Vourtsis
Mar
12
6:30 PM18:30

John Korba with Hal Slapin and John Vourtsis

John Korba, pianist and vocalist with Hal Slapin on bass and John Vourtsis on drums. I always say, Tuesdays are my favorite night of the week with these three as our regular Tuesday trio! John Korba has performed on the Broadway production of Rent and toured with Hall & Oates. You will enjoy tremendous renditions the Beatles, James Taylor, Hall & Oates, Van Morrison and plenty of others

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"She's Got Jazz" documentary film screening
Mar
11
6:30 PM18:30

"She's Got Jazz" documentary film screening

Shanghai Jazz invites you to join an exclusive group of jazz fans for a  special evening at the home for jazz in North New Jersey.

 On March 11th at 6:30 pm, Shanghai Jazz will host a preview screening of SHE’s GOT JAZZ, a new music film by Jim Burns, who will introduce the screening. Also scheduled to perform is one of the film’s featured performers, trumpeter/singer Bria Skonberg.

 The event will introduce the film and its funding campaign to raise production finishing costs and film festival submission/marketing expenses, with all contributions tax deductible.

 SHE’s GOT JAZZ captures the excitement being generated by four rising young stars – saxophonist Grace Kelly, trumpeter/singer Bria Skonberg, and vocalists Brianna Thomas and Veronica Swift – as they garner critical acclaim and a growing following of equally young fans.

 The film takes viewers inside the New York jazz scene with electrifying live performance footage and comments about the artists by major jazz names such as Chris Botti and Catherine Russell, as well as by the artists themselves, as they share their personal journeys and dedication to a musical genre that has been traditionally male-dominated.

 SHE’s GOT JAZZ is produced and directed by Jim Burns, who produced and directed the PBS documentary Jimmy Van Heusen – Swingin’ with Frank & Bing. It is co-written by Will Friedwald, author of nine books about popular music and jazz.

 Please join us in bringing this remarkable film to audiences and helping to keep jazz alive and thriving for new generations to come.

 If it is not possible for you to attend, but would like to support this important film, tax deductible contributions may be made via the project’s 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor, the New York Foundation for the Arts at: https://www.nyfa.org/ArtistDirectory/ShowProject/3ef540ff-b6a6-4c42-bfee-a6c23ba2dbc7

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Bud Ayres, Steve Hess and Josh Rubin!
Mar
10
6:00 PM18:00

Bud Ayres, Steve Hess and Josh Rubin!

After studying piano, trombone and electric bass, Bud Ayres began performing on double bass in 1999, studying with Nate Lienhard and Michael Moore. Bud has performed at Shanghai Jazz since 2007 with Steve Hess and Josh Rubin. He has performed with the Caldwell University Jazz Band since 2012 under the direction of Rob Middleton. Bud has performed with a number of jazz luminaries over the past 20 years. He's a founding member of the Jazz Vespers Trio which leads music for worship services at the Presbyterian Church in Morristown and several other New Jersey churches. Bud teaches math at Governor Livingston High School.

After graduating Berklee College of Music in 1987, Josh Rubin embarked on a career as a performing guitarist and teaching.  He performed with such artists as George Coleman, David Grisman, Claudio Roditi, Grady Tate and Martha Reevesand the Vandellas in venues including Carnegie Hall, The Knitting Factory, Village Gate, Pier 16, Avery Fisher Hall, and Alice Tully Hall.

Steve Hess studied classical and jazz percussion at the University of Delaware. He has performed at  Shanghai Jazz since 2007 and was formerly a member of the Maplewood-based big band Swingtown. He has played in the pit for over a dozen musicals, and is a founding member of the Jazz Vespers Trio which leads worship services at the Presbyterian Church in Morristown and several other New Jersey churches. He is a math teacher at Governor Livingston High School.

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Living Standards: Karl Latham, Vic Juris & Mark Egan
Mar
9
6:15 PM18:15

Living Standards: Karl Latham, Vic Juris & Mark Egan

Karl Latham, Vic Juris and Mark Egan perform iconic pop & rock tunes reinterpreted through the jazz lens! Karl Latham is one of the most in-demand drummers in music today and regularly plays with greats like Don Braden, John Lee and the Dizzy Gillespie All Stars, Edgar Winter, Johnny Winter, Clark Terry, Claudio Roditi and many others. Grammy Winner and tour de force bassist, Mark Egan who has backed Pat Matheny, Gil Evans. Rounding out the trio is renowned guitar virtuoso, Vic Juris. This is a dynamic group of players who have one foot in the jazz world and one in the rock/pop world.

No music charge, $40 food & drink minimum with seatings at 6:15 and 8:35. Reservations required

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John Zweig and Friends
Mar
8
7:00 PM19:00

John Zweig and Friends

John Zweig began playing guitar professionally at age 15 in St. Louis with legendary musicians and performers like Lou Rawls, The Temptations, Frank Sinatra and The Les Elgart Band. They are performing a selection of great tunes from Smoking’ at the Half Note. A tribute to jazz guitar hero, Wes Mongomery and Wynton Kelly. John is accompanied by:

Rick Crane—a world class bassist and international touring & recording artist. Rick has played with Billy Eckstien, Vic Jouris and Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award Winning Saxophonist, Benny Golson. He recently release his own CD, Duality with pianist Bob Himmleberger.

Tomoko Ohno is another esteemed member of our family here in Madison, is a truly special pianist. Originally from Tokyo, Japan she has been plying pianos with her graceful talents since a teenager. She is a proud member of Sherrie Maricle's Diva Jazz Orchestra and has played at Lincoln Center, Weill Recital, Carnegie Hall, The Blue Note, Birdland , and has performed and/or recorded with Slide Hampton, Claudio Roditi, James Spaulding, Rufus Reid, The John Lee Quartet, The Dizzy Gillespie Alumni Big Band and Sherry Maricle and the Diva Jazz Orchestra

No music charge, $40 food & drink minimum for two seatings at 6:15 and 8:45. Reservations required

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Jay Leonhart Trio featuring Tomoko Ohno and Vito Lesczak
Mar
7
7:00 PM19:00

Jay Leonhart Trio featuring Tomoko Ohno and Vito Lesczak

Acclaimed bassist, composer and arranger, and our very good friend, Jay Leonhart has recorded over 15 solo albums and has been named “The Most Valuable Bassist” in the Recording Industry three times, and toured and recorded with the likes of Judy Garland, Bucky Pizzarelli, Duke Ellington, Frank Sinatra, James Taylor, Carly Simon, Sting and many more. He brings a fun, convivial wit to music and his own compositions are inspired.

Pianist Tomoko Ohno is, likewise and accomplished, in-demand performer, composer, educator and recording artist. The joy she derives from playing is conveyed directly into her audiences! Along with internationally acclaimed drummer, Vito Lesczak, this trio will keep you enthralled all evening long.

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Dan Levinson with Kris Tokarski
Mar
6
7:00 PM19:00

Dan Levinson with Kris Tokarski

A true virtuoso with a clarinet, Dan Levinson plays with both Vince Giordano and Leon Redbone regularly. He is a master of the jazz styles of the early 1900's. Kris Tokarski is a native of East Rutherford, NJ and a masterful pianist in his own with a masters degree from the University of New Orleans. Along with drummer Kevin Dorn, this promises to be a brilliant and exuberant night of live swinging jazz! No music charge, $25 food and drink minimum per person. Musicians hit at 7:00. Reservations required

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John Korba with Hal Slapin and John Vourtsis
Mar
5
6:30 PM18:30

John Korba with Hal Slapin and John Vourtsis

John Korba, pianist and vocalist with Hal Slapin on bass and John Vourtsis on drums. I always say, Tuesdays are my favorite night of the week with these three as our regular Tuesday trio! John Korba has performed on the Broadway production of Rent and toured with Hall & Oates. You will enjoy tremendous renditions the Beatles, James Taylor, Hall & Oates, Van Morrison and plenty of others

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Miles Hudgins Trio
Mar
3
6:00 PM18:00

Miles Hudgins Trio

Miles Hudgins began his musical journey at the age of only 4 years old after taking an
interest in piano following his mother’s lead. Since the days of playing “repeat after me”
for hours on end with his mother, he has become a multi-faceted instrumentalist and
music producer, with a primary focus on the piano and woodwind family in live
performance. He has taken his talents as both a performer and producer to various places including original dance recital soundtrack composition for the University of South Carolina, honing and showcasing knowledge in electronic music production at 'Grammy Camp' in Los Angeles, California, playing in a big-band setting with the Philadelphia Jazz Orchestra, appearing on-air in the PBS Celebration of Music Talent Show, as well as performing more traditional pieces in Carnegie Hall, New York.
In addition, Miles has played shows at the small combo and solo levels, such as his
'Cultural Festival' sets in Golden, Colorado, and with the Miles Hudgins Trio at the club
‘Shanghai Jazz.’ In addition, he has a self-released album titled “Split Decision” as well
as two singles “Astray” and “Conscious” that are available on a plethora of platforms
such as iTunes and Spotify.

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Saron Crenshaw Quartet
Mar
2
6:15 PM18:15

Saron Crenshaw Quartet

Saron Crenshaw is a Blues Hall of Fame Inductee, having opened for the likes of Robert Cray and B. B. King! He is a masterful performer with great stage presence and ability to draw audiences deep into his performance. You will dance in you seat, laugh out loud and wish you knew the songs well enough to sing along (so take a cd home with you)!

No music charge, $40 food & drink minimum for two seatings, 6:15 and 8:35. Reservations required!

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Grover Kemble & Jerry Vezza!
Mar
1
6:15 PM18:15

Grover Kemble & Jerry Vezza!

You will be hard pressed to find a more entertaining pair in live jazz! Grover Kemble on guitar and vocals with Jerry Vezza on piano are two great friends playing world class music. They have been playing together for over 20 years and the fun they have on a bandstand is definitely infectious. As a leader, Grover draws the audience into every lyric, engaging everyone in the crowd. On piano, Jerry "just swigs. He is a very lyrical player. You always have these beautiful melodies in his solos.  There’s a real delicacy to his playing.  It’s not just arpeggios and flashy technique.” 

NO music charge $40 food and drink minimum for seatings at 6:15 and 8:45. Reservations required.

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Meant To Be Quartet
Feb
28
9:00 PM21:00

Meant To Be Quartet

With Glen Merritt on piano, Alan Hayes on bass, Pete Omelio on drums, and John Higgins on trumpet, Meant To Be keeps audiences swinging throughout the night! These four fantastic musicians have been playing together for over 15 years and each feeds off of the others’ enthusiasm and improvisations.

No music charge, $25 food & drink minimum for two sets beginning at 7:00. Reservations required.

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Mark Shane Piano Trio
Feb
27
7:00 PM19:00

Mark Shane Piano Trio

Mark Shane is an acclaimed pianist, composer, arranger, and accompanist. He has played with some of the finest musicians in the world including Grammy Winner Catherine Russell, Dan Levinson, The New York Allstars, and many others. He is, in fact, one of the finest jazz pianists in the world!

No music charge, $25 food & drink minimum. Reservations strongly recommended.

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John Korba with Hal Slapin and John Vourtsis
Feb
26
6:30 PM18:30

John Korba with Hal Slapin and John Vourtsis

John Korba, pianist and vocalist with Hal Slapin on bass and John Vourtsis on drums. I always say, Tuesdays are my favorite night of the week with these three as our regular Tuesday trio! John Korba has performed on the Broadway production of Rent and toured with Hall & Oates. You will enjoy tremendous renditions the Beatles, James Taylor, Hall & Oates, Van Morrison and plenty of others

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Eric Comstock celebrates the American Songbook and beyond!
Feb
24
6:00 PM18:00

Eric Comstock celebrates the American Songbook and beyond!

“Smart, suave & utterly delightful … an ingenious musical wit … a dispenser of cabaret caviar.” – The New York Times “Erudite … Expert musicianship & joie de vivre in equal measure.” – The New Yorker Hailed as “the truest heir to Bobby Short” in The New York Times, pianist/singer Eric Comstock returns to Shanghai with songs by everyone from George Gershwin to George Harrison. It’s a swinging Sunday supper where the music and stories are equally great, and where you’re bound to hear a song you didn’t know you loved! An acknowledged champion of the pop, jazz & saloon songbooks, Eric is as entertaining as he is musically savvy. He has performed and recorded with some of the world’s finest musicians, including Andy Bey, Frank Wess, Peter Washington, Wycliffe Gordon, Matt Wilson, Ken Peplowski and Harry Allen. His most recent CD is “bitter/sweet”, on which he appears with star guitarist Randy Napoleon. As a performer/commentator, he has appeared on PBS, CNN, BBC and Radio France. Please visit www.ericcomstock.net

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Eric Olsen Revision Trio
Feb
23
6:15 PM18:15

Eric Olsen Revision Trio

Eric Olsen has crafted a distinguished career in both jazz and classical music, as a pianist and composer, harpsichordist, synthesist, organist, conductor, and accompanist.  He has recorded twenty albums to great critical acclaim, with artists Randy Brecker, Ted Nash, George Garzone, Don Braden, Ratzo Harris, Tim Horner, Peter Olsen, Bucky Pizzarelli, Lou Caimano, Jan Carden, Kevin Maynor, and Larry Newcomb, and performed with jazz luminaries Billy Hart and Eliot Zigmund. He has appeared in concert from Carnegie Hall to Birdland, with orchestra in Taiwan, throughout the United States, and overseas in France, Germany, India, the Fiji Islands, and New Zealand.  He teaches at Montclair State University and the Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts, and is Director of Music and Organist at Union Congregational Church in Montclair, NJ.  More information is available at www.ericolsenmusic.com and www.dyadplays.com.

The Eric Olsen ReVision Trio transforms familiar melodies from the classics to the Beatles into cutting edge jazz that transcends musical boundaries. “Perhaps the most amazing transformation of cultural enlightenment in the last quarter century”. The band features Eric Olsen on piano, Ratzo B. Harris on bass, and Tim Horner on drums.

No music charge, $40 food & drink minimum with seatings at 6:15 and 8:35. Reservations required.

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Paul Meyers World on a String
Feb
22
7:00 PM19:00

Paul Meyers World on a String

For more than 10 years jazz guitarist Paul Meyers has led the remarkable group World on a String, a Brazilian/Latin/Jazz project with a critically acclaimed CD on the Miles High label and numerous performances in New York City clubs and concert stages all over the Northeast.

Paul says "The repertoire is of my original compositions and arrangements, using a core of great players/improvisers to perform music that fuses the jazz tradition with Brazilian & Latin and beyond. It’s my own version of world music, but all with a swinging, grooving foundation. We've been getting tremendous response to live shows and the CD”.

The trio features the wonderful drummer Vanderlei Pereira, originally from Rio de Janeiro, who brings in a vast knowledge of Brazilian and Afro-Cuban rhythms. 

On bass is Leo Traversa, a superb player with deep knowledge of all of these styles as well as much African music, and another very creative soloist as well. 


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Claudio Roditi Returns to Shanghai Jazz!
Feb
22
6:00 PM18:00

Claudio Roditi Returns to Shanghai Jazz!

Grammy Winning Brazilian trumpet player, Claudio Roditi is one of the true legends we are blessed to call our friend. This evening he is bringing Grammy Nominee, Nilson Matta to play bass, vocalist & pianist Abelita Matteus and drummer Samuel Martinelli. Always a special evening here but with this band, no one should miss it!

No music charge, $40 food & drink minimum for seatings at 6:15 and 8:35. Reservations required.

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Steve Myerson Quartet
Feb
21
7:00 PM19:00

Steve Myerson Quartet

Steve Myerson, keyboardist for legendary soul group The Stylistics, is performing jazz arrangements of memorable hits of the soul era, some original music, and standard sure to please the ears and warm the heart. Joined by legendary drummer Karl Latham and bassist Calvin Jones! With Special Guest, and Dizzy Gillespie alum Ed Cherry on guitar! No music charge, $25 food and drink minimum with music starting at 7:00. Reservations required.

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John Korba with Hal Slapin and John Vourtsis
Feb
19
6:30 PM18:30

John Korba with Hal Slapin and John Vourtsis

John Korba, pianist and vocalist with Hal Slapin on bass and John Vourtsis on drums. I always say, Tuesdays are my favorite night of the week with these three as our regular Tuesday trio! John Korba has performed on the Broadway production of Rent and toured with Hall & Oates. You will enjoy tremendous renditions the Beatles, James Taylor, Hall & Oates, Van Morrison and plenty of others

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Sarah Partridge featuring Tomoko Ohno and Paul Meyers
Feb
17
6:00 PM18:00

Sarah Partridge featuring Tomoko Ohno and Paul Meyers

Vocalist SARAH PARTRIDGE, who's wowed audiences everywhere from the legendary Algonquin Oak Room to the Bitter End rock club, with a repertoire that spans the Great American Songbook to Janie Ian! She will be joined on our bandstand by one of our favorite pianists, Tomoko Ohno and guitarist Paul Meyers! No music charge, $25 food & drink minimum, reservations required.

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Vocalist Jasia Ries celebrates Bernstein's 100th birthday!
Feb
16
6:15 PM18:15

Vocalist Jasia Ries celebrates Bernstein's 100th birthday!

Celebrate the incomparable songbook of Leonard Bernstein and his 100th birthday! America’s greatest classical composer and conductor! His influence is seen throughout music and American culture and we are thrilled to celebrate with this fantastic band!

Tim Ries is a saxophonist, performer, arranger, composer and educator who has toured and recorded with many of the biggest names in music across multiple genres. Since 1999 he has been playing with the Rolling Stones. Additionally he has performed with Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon, Donald Fagen, Michael Jackson, Blood, Sweat and Tears, Rod Stewart, Lyle Lovette, and jazz greats Red Garland, Donald Byrd, Hank Jones, Jack DeJohnette, Tom Harrell, Chico Hamilton, Joe Henderson, Tony Bennett, to name just a few!

Jasia Ries is quickly building an impressive repertoire as a fabulous vocalist! Jasia Ries is a singer, actress, theatre artist, and multi-instrumentalist. She has performed as a jazz and ensemble vocalist at notable venues in New York and around the tri-state area, including The Jazz Standard, The Highline Ballroom, Smalls, Alice Tully Hall, Carnegie Hall, and the Metropolitan Room in New York as well as NJPAC in Newark and the Regatta Bar in Boston. She earned her Bachelor’s from Rutgers University and studied at the London Dramatic Academy.  Jasia sings with and writes for Tim Ries’s Universal Spirits Ensemble, which unites musicians from around the globe to strengthen communities, compose original music, teach, and plant seeds of peace and unity. They have performed together for ISPA 2018 at the 92nd street Y and for Jimmy Carter during the 2016 Human Rights Defenders Forum in Atlanta.

Joining Jasia and Tim this evening are pianist Mike Bond, bassist, Ed Howard and drummer, James “Biscuit” Rouse!

No music charge, $40 food & drink minimum for seatings at 6:15 and 8:35. Reservations required.

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Bacharach to The Beatles with John Korba
Feb
15
6:15 PM18:15

Bacharach to The Beatles with John Korba

John Korba is a tremendous touring & recording artist who has performed with Hall & Oates, Todd Rundgren, and played on Broadway productions of Rent, Little Shop of Horrors and others. He plays every Tuesday at Shanghai Jazz as well. This evening, he and bassist Dan Boone celebrate the music of Burt Bacharach and The Beatles! Promising to be a fun, whimsical night of incredible, piano driven music.

No music charge, $40 food & drink minimum for seatings at 6:16 and 8:35. Reservations required.

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