2017 Upcoming Events
August 7 Presentation: Dr. Marlow speaks at the Aspen Composers Conference
(Aspen, Colorado) “How the Germans–Directly & Indirectly–Brought Jazz to China”
August 19 Benefit Performance: “Jazzy Selections from the Great American Songbook” Snowmass Community Center, Snowmass, CO
August 23 Radio Interview: “Jazz in Aspen with Host Jeannie Walla” Aspen Public Radio, KAJX, 8:15 p.m. Mountain Time
September 9 CD Release: “Gene Marlow & Friends @ Rombex”
September 20 CD release: “Nada Meets Johannes Brahms” (Third CD in the series.)
October 10 Performance:  “Matuto” Brazilian Music, Milt Hinton Jazz Perspectives Concert Series, Baruch College, (City University of New York). Eugene Marlow is the series’ senior curator
October 18 Dr. Eugene Marlow presents the first annual “Marlow Prize” for the “best consultancy” paper to a graduating student in the MA Program in Arts Management, Baruch College (City University of New York).
October 23  Benefit Performance: Multi-Grammy nominee Bobby Sanabria and his “Multiverse” Big Band perform at Le Poisson Rouge: a fundraiser event for musicians of Puerto Rico ravaged by the recent hurricanes. Eugene Marlow’s 2010 adaptation of “Mosaíco Puertorriqueño: Dedicated to Rafael Hernandez” opens the concert. Special guests include David Amram, and trumpeters Randy Brecker, Jimmy Owens, and Jon Faddis, and NEA JazzMster Candido, among others. Proceeds will be donated to The Jazz Foundation of America Relief Fund for Puerto Rican musicians in crisis in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. Le Poisson Rouge is located @ 158 Bleeker Street in Manhattan, NYC. Doors open at 6:30. Reservations required.
November 7 Talk: Dr. Eugene Marlow gives talk on “Veterans Day Is About Remembering” at the 19th Annual Veterans Day Luncheon, Baruch College (City University of New York). Dr. Marlow co-founded this annual event on November 9, 1998.
November 9 CD Release/Digital: “Three Blind Mice and Other String Quartets.” Music by Michael Spivakowsky. Performed by the Spivakowsky String Quartet. Spivakowsky was born on November 9, 1919, died on May 13, 1983.
November 11 Private Event Performance: Heritage Ensemble performance for International Lighthouse
November 15  Performance: The Manhattan School of Music Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra under the direction of Maestro Bobby Sanabria performs Eugene Marlow’s original big band composition “Wake Up Call,” a chart with a Puerto-Rican bomba xica underlying rhythm. Doors open at 7 p.m. The Manhattan School of Music performance will take place at Aaron Davis Hall (City College, City University of New York), 160 Convent Avenue, between 133rd and 135th Streets in Manhattan. FREE.
November
17-19
Performance: The Bobby Sanabria “Multiverse” Big Band performs a tribute to the 60th Anniversary of the acclaimed Broadway musical “West Side Story” including Eugene Marlow’s “bembe”arrangement of “Maria.” At Dizzy’s Club Coca Cola (New York City). The 13 arrangements will be streamed and recorded on November 19.
November 27 Performance: The Manhattan School of Music Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra under the direction of Maestro Bobby Sanabria performs Eugene Marlow’s original big band composition “Wake Up Call,” a chart with a combined zydeco and Puerto Rican bomba xica rhythms. The performance will take place at Dizzy’s Club Coca Cola at Jazz @ Lincoln Center. Two sets: 7:30 and 9:30 p.m.
December 5  Performance: The Heritage Ensemble at the Baruch Performing Arts Center  (New York City) “Ninth Annual “A Not So Silent Night Holiday Concert.” The Heritage Ensemble’s eighth album, “A Not So Silent Night,” received a four-star rating from Downbeat Magazine, the leading jazz publication on the planet.
December 7 Private Event Performance: The Heritage Ensemble (duo), private event, Department of English “Wassail,” Baruch College (City University of New York).
2018
January 3 Talk: “How Knowing What Your Net Worth Is Will Enhance Your Music Career” by Dr. Eugene Marlow at the Jazz Education Network (JEN) Conference, Dallas, TX
January 30 CD Album Release: “Sonic Asylum” The ArcoIris Sandoval Trio
February 8 Performance: “Yotam Silberstein Quartet”  performs at the 26th season of the Milt Hinton Jazz Perspectives Concert Series. Baruch College (City University of New York). Dr. Eugene Marlow is the series’ senior curator & host
February 28 CD Album Release: “The Story of Esther,” music by Michael Spivakowsky, performed by Ferrante and Teicher
March 14 Performance: Eugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble performs at Kitano, 66 Park Avenue. (212) 885-7119. Two sets: 8 and 10 p.m.
March 31 CD Album Release/Digital: “Shira Lissek: Voice Extraordinaire”
April 4 CD Digital Album Release: “The Caverns at Carlsbad: Nine Miniatures for Trombone Quartet.” Composer: Eugene Marlow.
April 13 Performance: “Jane Ira Bloom Quartet” as part of the 26th season of the Milt Hinton Jazz Perspectives Concert Series, Baruch College (City University of New York). Dr. Marlow is the series’ senior curator & host.
April 22 CD Release (digital single track): “Atmospheres,” a piece for big band in the Gunther Schuller “Third Stream” tradition. April 22 is the birthdate of virtuoso bassist and composer Charles Mingus who wrote many works in the Third Stream genre.
May 7 CD Album Release: “Nada/Brahms IV”
June TBA CD Album Release: “Les Sentiments D’Amour II”
June 10 CD Album Release/Digital: In celebration of Puerto Rican Day–“The Afro-Caribbean Rhythmic Virtuosity of Bobby Sanabria & Matthew Gonzalez”
July 4 CD Digital Track Release: “Conversation”
July 16 Book release: Dr. Eugene Marlow’s  Jazz in China: From Dance Hall Music to Individual Freedom of Expression (University Press of Mississippi)
August TBA Performance: Multi-Grammy nominee Bobby Sanabria’s “Multiverse” Big Band performs Gene Marlow’s bembe arrangement of “Maria” as part of the ‘West Side Story Suite” at Jazz @ Lincoln Center Out-Of-Doors concert.
August 18 Performance: “2nd Annual Jazzy Selections from the Great American Songbook,” a Gene Marlow led quintet performance as a fundraiser for the Snowmass , Colorado, Little Red School House. Place: Snowmass Community Center, 3 p.m.  $20 suggested donation.
September 15 CD Album Release: “Nada/Brahms V”
December 7 Performance: Eugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble “10th Annual A Not So Silent Night Holiday Concert” Baruch Performing Arts Center, NYC. 8.p.m.
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