Upcoming Performances
2014 Performance & Presentation Schedule

January 27      The Bateira Trio to Perform Marlow’s “Enigma” » Weill Recital Hall

February 26    The Heritage Ensemble » Midtown Jazz@Midday » St. Peter’s Church

TBA                  New Digital CD Release: “In Their Own Voice I: French Songstress         keep reading »

Eugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble–Midtown Jazz @ Midday 2-26-14

Midtown Jazz at MiddayWednesday, February 26, 2014 >> 1:00 p.m.
Midtown Jazz @ Midday
Midtown Arts Common
(St. Peter’s Church)
Lexington Avenue @ 54th Street
New York, NY 10022
TICKETS: $10 donation is requested

Eugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble brings their popular audience-interactive “We’ve Got Rhythms” performance to Midtown Jazz @ Midday keep reading »

MSM Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra CD Release: “¡Que Viva Harlem!” featuring Marlow’s “Let There Be Swing” April 6

Que Viva Harlem CD Cover MSM Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra
The Manhattan School of Music Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra (MSMACJO) will release its latest CD ¡Qué Viva Harlem! under the direction of Bobby Sanabria on April 6, 2014. This latest offering from the MSMACJO features Eugene Marlow’s “Let There Be Swing.”

“Let There Be Swing” is intended as an homage keep reading »

Recent Articles by Eugene Marlow Fall 2013

JAZZed & Popular HispanicsCameras in Jazz Clubs: The Educational Potential
PDF link: Video_Cameras_in_Jazz_Clubs_The_Educational_Potential

JAZZed Magazine

The Bobby Sanabria Grammy-nominated “Multiverse” Big Band At Americas Society: A Review
Popular Hispanics


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Brooklyn Musical Cultures Celebration is a Smash!

Deputy Brooklyn Borough President, Sandra Chapman, and several dozen community members came out Saturday, October 20, 2012 to enjoy the 2nd Annual “We’ve Got Rhythms” Celebration of Brooklyn’s Cultures—produced and performed by Eugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble.

The free concert held at the Brooklyn Heights Branch of the keep reading »

Congratulations Bobby Sanabria –“Multiverse”CD release

“Multiverse” is receiving outstanding reviews:

“The Nuyorican jazz giant is a stylistic sponge, historical repository and bringer of the boom, but he’s a true artist above all else. He understands that music is about self expression, tradition, innovation, and the place where all three meet.”
−−Dan Bilawsky, All About Jazz, keep reading »