A showcase of jazz talent hits the Greater Buffalo area this weekend. From the likes of Bobby Militello and Phil Dire to the visit by Cyrille Aimee, one of the promising female jazz vocalists on the national jazz scene, to the UB Center Of Arts. Time to get out from the cold and head indoors for great jazz.
Here is a rundown of the spectacular Jazz In Town:
Jazz gets started this weekend with the restored film Ornette: Made In America by Shirley Clarke, a look at one of the most prolific jazz figures of our time – Ornette Coleman. The film begins at 8pm at Hallwalls. More info here.
On Friday you can see jazz vocalist Cyrille Aimee at the UB Center For The Arts at 8pm. More info here.
My Cousin Tone’ will be at Wegman’s on Sheridan and Evans beginning at 6pm this Friday
See Taylor Made Jazz at the Metropolitan Entertainment Complex this Friday beginning at 7:30pm
Catch the Jazz Example at their weekly Friday appearance at the Anchor Bar beginning at 8pm
See Winelight with Jim Bohm, Jerry Livingston, Dave Calire, and more at Duke's Bohemian Bar and Grill this Saturday at 6pm
This Friday catch the Abdul-Rahman Qadir Trio with saxophonist Tony Gloster at the 31 Club beginning at 9:30pm
A special Broadway Market noon concert takes place this Saturday with the Ray Scott Quartet
Sol Y Sombra is at the Anchor Bar this Saturday beginning at 8pm
All Hands will be at Oliver’s this Saturday beginning at 8:30pm
This Sunday at 4:30pm, see Phil DiRe and Bobby Militello on tenor and alto sax along with John Hasselback on trombone, Louie Marino on drums, Wayne Moose on bass, and Bobby Jones on keyboards at the 189 Public House in East Aurora.
Keep Jazz Alive In WNY!!