Upcoming Performances
2016 Upcoming Events

Sept. 21           CD Release: “Obrigado Brasil,” 7th album from The Heritage Ensemble

Sept. 21           Performance: The Heritage Ensemble @ Jazz At The Kitano

Postponed     Performance: The Heritage Ensemble, “We’ve Got Rhythms: Sixth Annual           ... keep reading »


The Heritage Ensemble @ The Kitano New York 9-21-16 8pm &10pm

Jazz at the Kitano, New York

Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Jazz At The Kitano
66 Park Avenue (at E.38th St.)
NY, NY 10016
"Obrigado Brasil!" Eugene Marlow's Heritage EnsembleRESERVATIONS: 212-885-7119
TIME:  8:00pm & 10:00pm

TICKETS: $17 cover + $20 minimum
Reservations Advised

Please arrive at least 15 minutes                       ... keep reading »


News
“Obrigado Brasil!” Latest Heritage Ensemble CD to be Released 9-21-16

"Obrigado Brasil!" Eugene Marlow's Heritage EnsembleSeptember 7, 2016: Indie label MEII Enterprises announces the forthcoming 7th album from Eugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble: “Obrigado Brasil!”

“Obrigado Brasil!”—a nine track album of original sambas and bossa novas by award-winning Heritage Ensemble leader/pianist/composer Eugene Marlow—celebrates and pays homage to Brazilian musical culture that gave birth to the ... keep reading »


“Nada in Hamburg with Johannes Brahms” to be Released on May 7, 2016, Brahms’ 183rd Birthday

Nada in Hamburg with Johannes BrahmsNew York, NY:  MEII Enterprises is proud to announce the forthcoming release of “Nada in Hamburg with Johannes Brahms” featuring Nada Loutfi, piano soloist, radio broadcaster, and educator. The 10-track album consists of prolific German composer Johannes Brahms’ (1833-1897) earliest works.

May 7, 2016 is Brahms’ 183rd Birthday celebration.... keep reading »


“Zikkaron/Kristallnacht” Remembrance of Kristallnacht November 9-10, 1938

Zikkaron/Kristallnacht Remembrance of Kristallnacht DVD by Eugene MarlowThe Marlowsphere Blog (#131)

Seventy-seven years ago Ernst Eduard vom Rath (3 June 1909 – 9 November 1938), a German diplomat, was assassinated in Paris in early November 1938 by a Jewish teenager, Herschel Grynszpan. This became the pretext for “Kristallnacht,” the “Night of Broken Glass” on November 9-10, 1938... keep reading »