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January 4, 2022

We’re Back!
The Jazz Forum reopens on Friday, January 14 with the Nicholas Payton Trio! We are continually evaluating the data on COVID in our area and taking measures to mitigate the risks posed to our community. See our updated health & safety policies here including proof of full vaccination and masks while not eating or drinking.

Next Weekend (Jan 14-16)

Nicholas Payton Trio feat. Vicente Archer & Bill Stewart

Friday & Saturday • January 14-15 @ 7 & 9:30 PM

A leading voice in American popular music, Grammy Award winner Nicholas Payton is a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, producer, arranger, essayist and social activist who defies musical and artistic categories while honoring the tradition of what he calls “postmodern New Orleans music” and the spirit of Black American Music.

A leader on over 20 albums, his most recent Smoke Sessions finds him playing both trumpet and piano while blending swing, funk, soul and hip-hop influences.

Stephen Guerra Quintet

Brazilian Sunday, Dec 16 @ 4 & 6 PM

Specializing in violão brasileiro (Brazilian classical guitar), Stephen Paul Guerra is a band leader and composer. He has published various research articles about rhythm and meter in Latin-American African-diasporic music and has taught music at Yale University. Don’t miss this Quintet feat. Stephen Guerra, Guitar, Eduardo Belo, Bass, Grant Ziolkowski, Bandolim, Dennis Bulhões, Drums, and Tiago Fernandes, Clarinet.

We require proof of full COVID-19 vaccination at the box office and mask-wearing except while eating and drinking. This is for everyone’s safety. Learn more.

Upcoming Shows

Willie Jones III Quintet

Friday & Saturday, January 21 & 22
7 & 9:30 PM • Get tickets!

Kristen Mather De Andrade Brazilian Group

Sunday, January 23
7 & 9:30 PM • Get tickets!

Fred Hersch Trio

Friday & Saturday, January 28 & 29
7 & 9:30 PM • Get tickets!

Dave Schumacher & Cubeyé • Latin Jazz!

Sunday, January 30
7 & 9:30 PM • Get tickets!

Celebrating two great drummers. Al Drears & Jo Jones, Jr. shared a January 4 birthday and a love of people and an almost innate capacity to swing. Al & Jo were dear friends, collaborators and mentors in my early NYC career. Miss You & Thank You Both!
– Mark Morganelli
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