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FILL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS AND PICK THEM UP EARLY
BOTTLE OF WINE
CHEESE AND CRACKERS
MONDAY MORNING COMMUTE SHOULD BE OK. TRAVEL ADVISORY FOR AFTERNOON. GO HOME AND STAY HOME.
CHARGE YOUR ELECTRONIC DEVICES TONIGHT!
AVOID PARKS. FALLING BRANCHES.
BE CAREFUL OF WIRES.
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One More Once Big Band featuring Mike Iapicca and the Parsippany Hills H.S. Big Band with special guest Cecil Bridgewater
7:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Mike Iapicca and the Parsippany Hills High School Big Band 8:45 p.m.-9:45 p.m. One More Once Big Band
$10 pp adults $7 pp students
Special guest artist, Cecil Bridgewater (read bio below).
One More Once Big Band will also feature brand new arrangements written by Graduate students at William Paterson – who are being taught by Pete McGuinness.
The Band includes:
Saxes – Tim Hayward, Jeff Zelnick, Mike Mullan, Dave Mullen Joao Goncalves
Trombones – Joe Verderese, Glen Lebitsch, Collin Banks, Will Newrock
Trumpets – Vinnie Borselli, Bill Ash, Ryan Krewer, Vinnie Cutro
Piano – Aaron Kotler
Bass – Thomson Kneeland
Drums – Louis Imparato
Guitar – Henry Heinitsch
Vocalist – Karen Seiz
One More Once Big Band, directed by Joe Verderese and Tim Hayward, features some of the finest musicians in the area. “One More Once” is an 18-piece big band consisting of some of North Jersey’s top musicians. The band was founded early in Read more about this artist →
Diane Moser’s Composers Big Band 18th Anniversary Concert
Featuring the music of the CBB resident composers and,
The Elizabeth High School Upper Academy Jazz Band
This month, Diane Moser’s Composers Big Band celebrates 18 years of performing new music for big band! New charts and favorites from its resident composers will be featured this month. Dedicated to developing and presenting new music for big band since 1997, the CBB has featured over 100 guest composers and performers, some who have come as far away as Ireland, England and Japan. The music ranges from straight ahead, contemporary, latin, Indian ragas, funk, blues, experimental and everything in between. Various projects have included poets, actors,rappers, spoken word, film, dancers, electronics, Soundpainting and a jazz opera. They’ve also celebrated the pioneering big band composers of the past including;Charles Mingus, Oliver Nelson, Jaki Byard and George Russell.
7:30 p.m.1 set only $12 for tickets purchased on our web site prior to the show $15 tickets at door $7 pp minimum (food/drink)
Go to events calendar in top bar and select get tickets from drop down menu.
Tickets will not be mailed to you. We will automatically receive notice if your purchase and add you to our reservation list. Call 973-744-2600 for reservations, to schedule time of arrival and to notify us if you will be seated with others who have purchased tickets separately.
2 sets: 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. $15 pp music charge prepaid tickets from our web site $20 pp music charge at door $12 pp minimum
Go to events calendar in top bar and select get tickets from drop down menu. Tickets will not be mailed to you. We will automatically receive notice if your purchase and add you to our reservation list. Call 973-744-2600 for reservations, to schedule time of arrival and to notify us if you will be seated with others who have purchased tickets separately.
Be one of the first to purchase Akua’s new CD
Akua Dixon’s Quartette Indigo is a unique string quartet that plays hot and sassy, sweet and spicy—a style and virtuosity that sets them apart from the rest. Composer and songwriter Ms. Dixon formed Quartette Indigo in 1973, and has performed at the Kennedy Read more about this artist →
Purchase tickets online for priority seating. Go to events calendar in top bar and select get tickets.
Bob Magnuson: saxophones Vinnie Cutro: trumpet Sam Burtis: Trombone Mike Longo: Keyboard Christian Fabian: electric bass Ray Marchica: drums
Former Oscar Peterson protege and long time pianist and musical director for Dizzy Gillespie, Mike Longo, performs with his stellar sextet! The band plays a fusion between Funk and Jazz, including Mike’s Hits from the 70s!
Pianist Mike Longo teaches a university Masters Class on jazz as he bridges the gap between be-bop and the contemporary era, bringing the best traditions forward while also adding new innovations in rhythm and structure. Oasis, on the CAP (Consolidated Artists Productions) label, exemplifies this blending of old and new.
Longo started his career with Cannonball Adderly, studied under Oscar Peterson, became the pianist and musical director in Dizzy Gillespie’s band (and played regularly with Dizzy for 22 years), authored nine books teaching music, and performed onstage with countless top jazzsters over the years (Miles Davis, Milt Jackson, Coleman Hawkins, Gene Krupa, Jimmy Witherspoon, Lee Konitz, Roy ‘Eldridge, James Moody, Buddy Rich and many others).
$35 pp Brunch buffet and music with champagne, mimosa or Bloody Mary $32 for advanced purchase (go to events calendar and select get tickets from drop down menu) $16 pp adolescents 12-18 $8 pp children 5-11
Brunch Buffet with live music for the entire family, friends or couples who may have to work in the evening. Make your reservation today!
Enrico Granafei is among the top chromatic harmonica players in the world. Most recently he has perfected the art of playing a handsfree chromatic while playing the DB guitar (bass, rhythm and lead). A polyglot, he sings in several languages, most notably original compositions in Italian and his native dialect from Cosenza, Italy and Brazilian tunes in Portuguese. He also has a degree in classical guitar from the Conservatory of L’Aquila. Enrico performs throughout the world, but Trumpets is his home base.
Kristine Massari has been singing all her life, having begun to perform on stage at the age of three. She has toured Europe several times with the Enrico Granafei Quartet and performed at venues and music festivals throughout Italy, Estonia, Finland and France.