Live at Seneca One

JazzBuffalo is excited to partner with Seneca One to present premier jazz concerts in the Seneca One Auditorium. Bringing high-quality jazz and live music to downtown Buffalo! We will feature concerts fcused on variety and encouraging the next-generation of jazz and beyond artists.

The Live at Seneca One series of concerts:

Live at Seneca One I Anaïs Reno with Juliet Kurtzman and Pete Malinverni

Saturday, April 30, 2022 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Seneca One Tower1 Seneca Street
Buffalo, NY United States 
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“…The most impressive new jazz singer to appear on the scene since Veronica Swift.” – SCOTT YANO, L.A. JAZZ SCENE “With her grace, gravitas, serenity, and prodigious skills—one can proclaim that the work of Anaïs is impressive without any added qualifier/caveat like “…for someone her age…”’ – ROB LESTER, TALKIN’ BROADWAY “…This is a once in a lifetime voice..” – STEPHEN MOSHER, BROADWAY WORLD “…you’ll know you’re in the presence of pure young vocal genius when you hear her sing…

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Andy James and Her All-Star Jazz Band: “Rhythm in New York”

Friday, June 3 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Seneca One Tower1 Seneca Street
Buffalo,NYUnited States
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Vocalist Andy James Celebrates One of the Greatest Cities in the World, and the Mecca of Jazz! Las Vegas and LA-based jazz vocalist Andy James is excited to bring her all-star big band to Live at Seneca One to celebrate her new release, RHYTHM IN NEW YORK!  “Andy James’ sound is smoky & luxurious with every lush detail of the music carried out exquisitely”  – Riff Review A spectacular 10-member band featuring GRAMMY® Winners and Nominees and some of the…

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Live at Seneca One I Samara Joy featuring the Pasquale Grasso Trio

Friday, June 24, 2022 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Seneca One Tower1 Seneca Street
Buffalo,NYUnited States
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2019 Winner of the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition! With a voice as smooth as velvet, SAMARA JOY’s star seems to rise with each performance. Following her winning the 2019 Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition, she is currently receiving rave reviews for her debut recording, which features Samara backed by the Pasquale Grasso Trio.  Growing up in New York, music was a pervasive presence, due to the inspiration of her paternal grandparents, Elder Goldwire and Ruth McLendon, who led the…

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