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Smoke Screens: Livestream Concert Series from Smoke Jazz Club
Friday, December 11, 2020 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
An event every week that begins at 8:00 pm on Friday and Saturday, repeating until Saturday, March 27, 2021
One event on Wednesday, December 30, 2020 at 8:00 pm
One event on Thursday, December 31, 2020 at 8:00 pm
One event on Sunday, February 14, 2021 at 8:00 pm
Smoke Screens is the new streaming concert series safely produced live at Smoke Jazz Club. Featuring six HD cameras, audiophile sound, and a stellar program of world-renowned jazz artists, Smoke Screens delivers an unsurpassed listening and viewing experience to jazz lovers around the world. Currently, the two-weekend sets are streamed live at 8 pm (20:00) in New York and are available for purchase and streaming for 24 hours after each performance for listening and viewing opportunities in any time zone. Stream the set at your convenience. While these performances might not replace a night at a jazz club, they offer an essential new way to experience great music!
SMOKE SCREENS PRESENTS: THE NICOLE GLOVER QUARTET
FRIDAY MARCH 5 – SATURDAY MARCH 6 / LIVE STREAMED / 8PM EST
“[Glover’s] set was something else entirely, damn near the stuff of which legends are made.” – All About Jazz
“[Cable’s] solos reveal a deep sense of groove and pacing and a mind at work.” – NPR
Saxophonist Nicole Glover is one of the most exciting new voices in jazz. WBGO already calls her “a fixture on the scene in New York” and says, “we’re sure to be hearing a lot more from her soon.”Originally from Portland, Oregon, she has worked with Esperanza Spalding and George Colligan as well as Reggie Workman, Victor Lewis, and Renee Rosnes among many others. She is a frequent leader of her own groups and recently joined the all-star collective band Artemis. Glover’s quartet features legendary pianist George Cables as a special guest. The New York City Jazz Record says, “He is a piano giant.” All About Jazz adds, “Anyone who is serious about jazz will tell you that George Cables belongs in the pantheon of the greatest jazz pianists.”