The Heritage Ensemble @ The Kitano New York 3-14-18 8pm &10pm

Jazz at the Kitano, New York

Wednesday, March 14, 2016
Jazz At The Kitano
66 Park Avenue (at E.38th St.)
NY, NY 10016
The Jazz Poems of Grace SchulmanRESERVATIONS: 212-885-7119
TIME:  8:00pm & 10:00pm

TICKETS: $18 cover + $20 minimum
Reservations Advised

Please arrive at least 15 minutes                                         early for all performances.

Audience members will be among the first to hear original compositions from The Heritage Ensemble’s forthcoming album “The Jazz Poems of Grace Schulman” (MEII Enterprises), melodies from the Great American Songbook and several of leader Marlow’s original compositions in their unique sound that melds the melodic & rhythmic commonalities among Jazz, Afro-Caribbean & Brazilian musical cultures.

Jazz At The Kitano

New York City’s most intimate Jazz Lounge offers the best in world class Jazz entertainment. Our ever-changing schedule of acts include the legends of the genre and the next generations stars. Located on the lobby level, The Kitano New York Hotel’s JAZZ at KITANO , features Contemporary American cuisine with Pan Asian influences and a full bar, including rare malt Whiskeys, Classic Cocktails, Fine Wines, Champagne and Sake.

Enjoy a small plate or a full dinner while you enjoy world class jazz performances. See menu.

Eugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble

Eugene Marlow QuartetEugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble’s music is a fresh sound and experience that audiences can access and be inspired by. This imaginative and tight quartet melds the melodic & rhythmic commonalities among Jazz, Afro-Caribbean & Brazilian musical cultures. This is why the New York City Jazz Record called the ensemble “a cross-cultural collaboration that spins and grooves.”

The Heritage Ensemble is multi-cultural: Drummer and 7X Grammy-nominee Bobby Sanabria is Nuyorican. NEA Performance Grantee saxophonist Michael Hashim is of Lebanese descent. Phi Beta Kappa bassist Frank Wagner hails from an eastern European background. Eugene Marlow’s own heritage is Russian, Polish, German, and British.

See all Heritage Ensemble Albums at cdbaby.

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