The Jazzway Holiday Show!
Warren Wolf-Claus Celebrates the Holidays with special guest vocalist, Imani Grace Cooper
Is there anything more joyful than a Wolf-Claus Holiday? Maybe... but not many holiday events will be this much fun! Baltimore based and internationally acclaimed vibraphonist, Warren Wolf brings enormous holiday cheer to Jazzway 6004 with his unique retooling of everyone’s favorite tunes of the season. Popular DC area vocalist Imani Grace Cooper joins him, along with Alex Brown on piano, Jeff Reed on bass and Quincy Phillips on drums! A great way to get into the holiday spirit. All tickets include complimentary soft drinks (soda and water), entry in a raffle, and an elegant dessert, fruit and cheese buffet, post-concert. Adult beverages are also available for discounted prices.
$45/regular tickets, $40/BJA members (ONE ticket per registered member please), $20/students
Born in Minneapolis, Imani-Grace Cooper attained a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts from Howard University after several years of technical solo and ensemble voice training. She’s headlined venues such as the Apollo Theater and The John F. Kennedy Center For Performing Arts as well as shared band stands with artists such as George Duke, Dianne Reeves, Terri Lyne Carrington Esperanza Spalding and Geri Allen. Imani-Grace performs regularly in the nation’s capital but has played venues across the world such as Quincy Jones’s listening room, Qʼs Lounge and Bar in Dubai, UAE as vocalist for the Justin Kauflin Quartet as well as Cuba’s own Jazz Lounge with bassist Mike Bowie. Imani-Grace performs weekly in worship at the Washington National Cathedral as a lead vocalist for the cathedral’s jazz band.
Jazzway's 12th Anniversary - Warren Wolf with special guest Sean Jones, 6004 Hollins Ave., Baltimore, Maryland
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Warren Wolf and his group with special guest, trumpeter Sean Jones – The Jazzway 12th anniversary show
Internationally acclaimed vibraphonist and multi-instrumentalist, Warren Wolf performs for Jazzway’s 12th anniversary with his special guest, trumpeter Sean Jones. Sean Jones is a musical chameleon who is comfortable in any musical setting no matter what the role or the genre. Jones was lead trumpeter for Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis from 2004 until 2010 and a member and leader of the SFJAZZ Collective from 2015 to 2018. He has released eight recordings on the Mack Avenue Records and has performed and/or recorded with many major jazz figures and national orchestras. These collaborations include notables such as Jimmy Heath, Frank Foster, Nancy Wilson, Dianne Reeves, Gerald Wilson and Marcus Miller, along with orchestras in Pittsburgh, Youngstown and Cleveland, among others. He was recently named the Richard and Elizabeth Case Chair of Jazz at John Hopkins University’s Peabody Institute in Baltimore. Before coming to Peabody, Sean served as the Chair of the Brass Department at the Berklee College of Music in Boston.
The program will include favorite standards along with originals and arrangements by the Warren and his guests. The band is rounded out by a first-class line-up of musicians, including Alex Brown on piano, Jeff Reed on bass, Tedd Baker on saxophone and Quincy Phillips on drums.
Warren Wolf –vibraphone
Sean Jones – trumpet
Alex Brown – piano
Jeff Reed – bass
Ted Baker – saxophone
Quincy Phillips - drums
ALL Tickets include all soft drinks and an elegant post concert buffet with homemade desserts, gourmet cheeses and fresh fruit.
Tickets: $38/general, $33/BJA members and $20/students
SOLD OUT! The Benny Golson Quartet at Jazzway 6004, 6004 Hollins Ave, Baltimore, MD
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NEA Jazz master Benny Golson performs with his quartet featuring Baltimore based drummer, John Lamkin III and bassist Kris Funn
NEA Jazz Master and newly inducted member of the Downbeat Hall of Fame, Benny Golson will perform from his vast repertoire including many of his his famous tunes (Killer Joe, Whisper Not, I Remember Clifford, Stablemates) in a small VIP concert at Jazzway. Mr. Golson is an internationally acclaimed saxophonist, composer and educator, who will turn 90 years old in January 2019. He is one of only two remaining jazz greats from the famous photo, “Great Day in Harlem”. He will be joined by, his longtime pianist, Sharp Radway along with Baltimore favorites, Kris Funn and John Lamkin.
Benny Golson – Saxophone, Sharp Radway – Piano, Kris Funn - Bass, John Lamkin III - Drums.
All tickets include all soft drinks, entry in a raffle, and a desert, fruit, cheese and appetizer buffet post-concert
Tickets have been posted at: http://jazzway6004.org/buy_tickets_and_merchandise