Joel Wenhardt Quintet Feat. Vocalist Georgia Heers

Joel Wenhardt Quintet Feat. Vocalist Georgia Heers

Sat, Apr 13

Tickets $35 - $55. (plus 10% ticketing fee) 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:30 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:45 Joel Wenhardt, the jazz sensation with fingers that breathe fire on the piano keys, earned praise from Wynton Marsalis for his "creativity, sensitivity, and absolute brilliance." From dazzling stages alongside stars like Paul Simon and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra to composing music that speaks the language of today, Joel is the maestro making the past present. Enter the scene, Georgia Heers, Harlem's vocal powerhouse, whose soulful voice has graced "Live at Emmets Place" and soared in "Rustin in Renaissance" alongside Bryan Carter. Georgia dives deep into the rhythms of the African Diaspora, stitching together communities with every note she belts out. This dynamic duo, backed by their quintet, is gearing up for a grand finale at Black Cat, capping off a tour that's left audiences fascinated. Band lineup: Joel Wenhardt, piano Georgia Heers, vocals Russell Hall, bass Eliza Salem, drums Sergio Tabanico, saxophone Andrew Stephens, trumpet 

Adam Klipple Piano Quartet

Adam Klipple Piano Quartet

Sun, Apr 14

Tickets $25 - $45* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:15 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:30 Adam, known for recording and touring with some of jazz and hip-hop's biggest stars, as well as studying music from around the world, brings these interests together in his original music. His compositions are inspired by jazz, funk, and soul, as well as ancient Japanese, central Asian, and Middle Eastern music. Funky while thoughtful high-energy yet also meditative, this is a rare show of Adam's original music not to be missed. Band lineup: Adam Klipple, piano/keyboard James Small, drums Giulio Cetto, bass Jesse Levit, sax *plus 10% ticketing fee 

A Special Night with Vocalist PHER

A Special Night with Vocalist PHER

Wed, Apr 17

Tickets $25 - $45* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:15 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:30 Pher, the Oakland native and global singing phenomenon formerly known as Chris Turner, is a rare artist fully versed in the jazz tradition and classic soul and equally comfortable in either universe. Emerging as one of the most characterful and intriguing new voices in the US, Pher brings timeless soul back in a fresh sound. With his background touring and recording with musical giants like Esperanza Spalding, Jon Batiste, and even Kanye West, the night's theme is musical excellence and exploration. Imagine the smoothness of Nat King Cole, the passion of Marvin Gaye, and the innovation of Prince, all infused with a splash of Bay Area Magic! This night is not to be missed, guaranteed to leave the audience wanting more. Band lineup: PHER, vocals John Palowitch, alto sax Michael Auberg, piano Giulio Cetto, bass Michael Mitchell, drums *plus 10% ticketing fee 

Bessie and The Rainbowkids feat. Dance Sensation Michela!

Bessie and The Rainbowkids feat. Dance Sensation Michela!

Thu, Apr 18

Tickets $25 - $45* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:15 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:30 Straight out of Kingston, Jamaica, and landing in the U.S. in 2007, Russell Hall has been setting the double bass on fire. As New York City's bassist du jour, he's performed with the who's who of the music scene, from Barry Harris to Wynton Marsalis and from Jon Batiste to Roy Hargrove. Now, Russell is stirring the pot with his third album, "Deep Blue Sea," alongside the groundbreaking Bessie and the Rainbowkids. The album features a jazzy take on classic rock, blues, and soul, with an eccentric yet sultry take on sea shanties, American songbooks, and original material. It's Russell Hall like you've never heard him before, proving once again that jazz is a sea of endless possibilities. Joining this ensemble is the globally sought-after tap dance artist, Michela Marino Lerman, celebrated as a performer, choreographer, educator, and all-around creative spirit. Hailed by The Huffington Post as a "hurricane of rhythm" and dubbed a "prodigy" by The New York Times, her dancing ignites with flashes of brilliance. Don't miss her dynamic presence in this unforgettable performance. Band lineup: Russell Hall, double bass Esteban Castro, piano/keys Julian Briones, guitar Mike Troy, horns Matt Lee, drums Michela Marino Lerman on tap *plus 10% ticketing fee. 

Bessie and The Rainbowkids feat. Dance Sensation Michela!

Bessie and The Rainbowkids feat. Dance Sensation Michela!

Fri, Apr 19

Tickets $35 - $55* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:30 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:40 Straight out of Kingston, Jamaica, and landing in the U.S. in 2007, Russell Hall has been setting the double bass on fire. With a foundation built at The Dillard Center for the Arts and honed at The Juilliard School. As New York City's bassist du jour, he's performed with the who's who of the music scene, from Barry Harris to Wynton Marsalis and from Jon Batiste to Roy Hargrove. Now, Russell is stirring the pot with his third album, "Deep Blue Sea," alongside the groundbreaking Bessie and the Rainbowkids. The album features a jazzy take on classic rock, blues, and soul, with an eccentric yet sultry take on sea shanties, American songbooks, and original material. It's Russell Hall like you've never heard him before, proving once again that jazz is a sea of endless possibilities. Joining this ensemble is the globally sought-after tap dance artist, Michela Marino Lerman, celebrated as a performer, choreographer, educator, and all-around creative spirit. Hailed by The Huffington Post as a "hurricane of rhythm" and dubbed a "prodigy" by The New York Times, her dancing ignites with flashes of brilliance. Don't miss her dynamic presence in this unforgettable performance. Band lineup: Russell Hall, double bass Esteban Castro, piano/keys Julian Briones, guitar Mike Troy, horns Matt Lee, drums Michela Marino Lerman on tap *plus 10% ticketing fee. 

Bessie and The Rainbowkids feat. Dance Sensation Michela!

Bessie and The Rainbowkids feat. Dance Sensation Michela!

Sat, Apr 20

Tickets $35 - $55* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:30 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:40 Straight out of Kingston, Jamaica, and landing in the U.S. in 2007, Russell Hall has been setting the double bass on fire. With a foundation built at The Dillard Center for the Arts and honed at The Juilliard School. As New York City's bassist du jour, he's performed with the who's who of the music scene, from Barry Harris to Wynton Marsalis and from Jon Batiste to Roy Hargrove. Now, Russell is stirring the pot with his third album, "Deep Blue Sea," alongside the groundbreaking Bessie and the Rainbowkids. The album features a jazzy take on classic rock, blues, and soul, with an eccentric yet sultry take on sea shanties, American songbooks, and original material. It's Russell Hall like you've never heard him before, proving once again that jazz is a sea of endless possibilities. Joining this ensemble is the globally sought-after tap dance artist, Michela Marino Lerman, celebrated as a performer, choreographer, educator, and all-around creative spirit. Hailed by The Huffington Post as a "hurricane of rhythm" and dubbed a "prodigy" by The New York Times, her dancing ignites with flashes of brilliance. Don't miss her dynamic presence in this unforgettable performance. Band lineup: Russell Hall, double bass Esteban Castro, piano/keys Julian Briones, guitar Mike Troy, horns Matt Lee, drums Michela Marino Lerman on tap *plus 10% ticketing fee. 

Bessie and The Rainbowkids feat. Dance Sensation Michela!

Bessie and The Rainbowkids feat. Dance Sensation Michela!

Sun, Apr 21

Tickets $25 - $45* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:15 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:30 Straight out of Kingston, Jamaica, and landing in the U.S. in 2007, Russell Hall has been setting the double bass on fire. As New York City's bassist du jour, he's performed with the who's who of the music scene, from Barry Harris to Wynton Marsalis and from Jon Batiste to Roy Hargrove. Now, Russell is stirring the pot with his third album, "Deep Blue Sea," alongside the groundbreaking Bessie and the Rainbowkids. The album features a jazzy take on classic rock, blues, and soul, with an eccentric yet sultry take on sea shanties, American songbooks, and original material. It's Russell Hall like you've never heard him before, proving once again that jazz is a sea of endless possibilities. Joining this ensemble is the globally sought-after tap dance artist, Michela Marino Lerman, celebrated as a performer, choreographer, educator, and all-around creative spirit. Hailed by The Huffington Post as a "hurricane of rhythm" and dubbed a "prodigy" by The New York Times, her dancing ignites with flashes of brilliance. Don't miss her dynamic presence in this unforgettable performance. Band lineup: Russell Hall, double bass Esteban Castro, piano/keys Julian Briones, guitar Mike Troy, horns Matt Lee, drums Michela Marino Lerman on tap *plus 10% ticketing fee. 

Mark Lewis Quartet

Mark Lewis Quartet

Wed, Apr 24

Tickets $25 - $45* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:15 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:30 Saxophonist and flutist Mark Lewis has enlivened jazz scenes from Seattle and San Francisco to Rotterdam and Paris and has created a vast and intensely stimulating body of music, including nearly 1,800 compositions. Recent awards include Cadence Magazine Top Ten Critics Poll for his album "Naked Animals" and #2 on alto sax and #3 on flute in the 39th Annual Jazz Station Awards for his album "The New York Session," a collaboration with piano legend George Cables, bassist Essiet Essiet, and drummer Victor Lewis. Mark is on tour from Seattle, performing with prominent San Francisco musicians. “You listen to the guys with the primo recording contracts on the very top labels, and in my opinion, they’re not in Mark’s league” - Ted Gioia, Music writer/critic. Band lineup: Mark Lewis, saxophones and flute Adam Shulman, piano Peter Barshay, bass Jon Arkin, drums *plus 10% ticketing fee 

Chris McCarthy Trio feat. vocalist Roopa Mahadevan

Chris McCarthy Trio feat. vocalist Roopa Mahadevan

Thu, Apr 25

Tickets $25 - $45* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:15 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:30 Chris McCarthy, praised for his "high skill and sensitivity" by the NYTimes and recognized as "one of the most imaginative voices on the New York jazz scene" by Hot House Jazz Magazine, is a prominent pianist in New York City. His career, highlighted by the 2012 Gerald Wilson Award for composition, blossomed further after moving to New York in 2016, where he collaborated with global artists and released his acclaimed album, Still Time To Quit, in 2020, securing the #3 spot in the Seattle Times' "Best Local Jazz Albums of 2020." Renowned for his work with vocalists and contributions to world music, McCarthy's influence extends to performances with Carnatic and Gnawa musicians, as well as features on albums by rising stars and appearances on BBC Radio 1 and Questlove’s social media. Currently, he stars in Dormeshia’s "Rhythm is Life," a New York Times Critic’s Pick. Roopa Mahadevan is a leading Indian classical vocalist and crossover artist in the South Asian diaspora. Known for her powerful and emotive voice, multidisciplinary talents, and collaborative spirit, Roopa's artistic projects take her to diverse soundscapes and corners of the world - from Chennai's Music Academy to the cutting-edge venues of New York City and the cultural centers of American suburbia. Band lineup: Chris McCarthy, piano Roopa Mahadevan, vocals Steven Crammer, drums Sam Minaie, bass *plus 10% ticketing fee 

Chris McCarthy Quintet ft. trumpet star TAKUYA KURODA & Eden Bareket

Chris McCarthy Quintet ft. trumpet star TAKUYA KURODA & Eden Bareket

Fri, Apr 26

Tickets $35 - $55* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:15 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:30 Chris McCarthy, praised for his "high skill and sensitivity" by the NYTimes and recognized as "one of the most imaginative voices on the New York jazz scene" by Hot House Jazz Magazine, is a prominent pianist in New York City. His career, highlighted by the 2012 Gerald Wilson Award for composition, blossomed further after moving to New York in 2016, where he collaborated with global artists and released his acclaimed album, Still Time To Quit, in 2020, securing the #3 spot in the Seattle Times' "Best Local Jazz Albums of 2020." Renowned for his work with vocalists and contributions to world music, McCarthy's influence extends to performances with Carnatic and Gnawa musicians, as well as features on albums by rising stars and appearances on BBC Radio 1 and Questlove’s social media. Currently, he stars in Dormeshia’s "Rhythm is Life," a New York Times Critic’s Pick. Born in Kobe, Japan, Takuya Kuroda is a trailblazing trumpeter known for his distinctive fusion of jazz, funk, post-bop, fusion, and hip-hop. Inspired by his trombonist brother, Takuya moved to New York to study jazz and contemporary music at The New School. Establishing a robust presence in New York's jazz scene post-graduation, Takuya has performed with Akoya Afrobeat and, more recently, with DJ Premier’s BADDER band, earning high praise from Premier for his hip-hop-influenced jazz style. Band lineup: Chris McCarthy, piano Takuya Kuroda, trumpet Eden Bareket, sax Steven Crammer, drums Sam Minaie, bass *plus 10% ticketing fee 

Chris McCarthy Quintet ft. trumpet star TAKUYA KURODA & Eden Bareket

Chris McCarthy Quintet ft. trumpet star TAKUYA KURODA & Eden Bareket

Sat, Apr 27

Tickets $35 - $55* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:15 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:30 Chris McCarthy, praised for his "high skill and sensitivity" by the NYTimes and recognized as "one of the most imaginative voices on the New York jazz scene" by Hot House Jazz Magazine, is a prominent pianist in New York City. His career, highlighted by the 2012 Gerald Wilson Award for composition, blossomed further after moving to New York in 2016, where he collaborated with global artists and released his acclaimed album, Still Time To Quit, in 2020, securing the #3 spot in the Seattle Times' "Best Local Jazz Albums of 2020." Renowned for his work with vocalists and contributions to world music, McCarthy's influence extends to performances with Carnatic and Gnawa musicians, as well as features on albums by rising stars and appearances on BBC Radio 1 and Questlove’s social media. Currently, he stars in Dormeshia’s "Rhythm is Life," a New York Times Critic’s Pick. Born in Kobe, Japan, Takuya Kuroda is a trailblazing trumpeter known for his distinctive fusion of jazz, funk, post-bop, fusion, and hip-hop. Inspired by his trombonist brother, Takuya moved to New York to study jazz and contemporary music at The New School. Establishing a robust presence in New York's jazz scene post-graduation, Takuya has performed with Akoya Afrobeat and, more recently, with DJ Premier’s BADDER band, earning high praise from Premier for his hip-hop-influenced jazz style. Band lineup: Chris McCarthy, piano Takuya Kuroda, trumpet Eden Bareket, sax Steven Crammer, drums Sam Minaie, bass *plus 10% ticketing fee 

Chris McCarthy Quintet ft. trumpet star TAKUYA KURODA & Eden Bareket

Chris McCarthy Quintet ft. trumpet star TAKUYA KURODA & Eden Bareket

Sun, Apr 28

Tickets $25 - $45* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:15 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:30 Chris McCarthy, praised for his "high skill and sensitivity" by the NYTimes and recognized as "one of the most imaginative voices on the New York jazz scene" by Hot House Jazz Magazine, is a prominent pianist in New York City. His career, highlighted by the 2012 Gerald Wilson Award for composition, blossomed further after moving to New York in 2016, where he collaborated with global artists and released his acclaimed album, Still Time To Quit, in 2020, securing the #3 spot in the Seattle Times' "Best Local Jazz Albums of 2020." Renowned for his work with vocalists and contributions to world music, McCarthy's influence extends to performances with Carnatic and Gnawa musicians, as well as features on albums by rising stars and appearances on BBC Radio 1 and Questlove’s social media. Currently, he stars in Dormeshia’s "Rhythm is Life," a New York Times Critic’s Pick. Born in Kobe, Japan, Takuya Kuroda is a trailblazing trumpeter known for his distinctive fusion of jazz, funk, post-bop, fusion, and hip-hop. Inspired by his trombonist brother, Takuya moved to New York to study jazz and contemporary music at The New School. Establishing a robust presence in New York's jazz scene post-graduation, Takuya has performed with Akoya Afrobeat and, more recently, with DJ Premier’s BADDER band, earning high praise from Premier for his hip-hop-influenced jazz style. Band lineup: Chris McCarthy, piano Takuya Kuroda, trumpet Eden Bareket, sax *plus 10% ticketing fee 

Luther S. Allison 4tet feat. Imani Rousselle

Luther S. Allison 4tet feat. Imani Rousselle

Thu, May 02

Tickets $25 - $45* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:15 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:30 Luther S. Allison, a Charlotte, North Carolina native, is a Grammy Award-winning pianist and multi-instrumentalist celebrated for his proficiency in piano and drums. His recording debut came at 19, contributing to Michael Dease's "Father Figure" on Posi-Tone Records, marking the beginning of his professional journey. In New York City, Allison's performances are fixtures at top jazz venues, including Dizzy's, Smalls Jazz Club, and The Jazz Standard. His international and national performances have seen him share the stage with luminaries like Rodney Whitaker and Jazzmeia Horn. Leading his groups, Allison's work features original compositions that draw from a rich palette of R&B, country, and gospel influences, reflecting his deep roots in the black church and the iconic sounds of Earth, Wind & Fire, and Stevie Wonder that underscored his upbringing. Allison continues to leave a lasting impact on the jazz landscape, promising more innovative music and inspiring performances. Band lineup: Imani Rousselle, vocals Brandon Woody, trumpet Jonathon Müir-Cotton, bass Rahim (Ryan) Sands, drums Luther S. Allison, piano *plus 10% ticketing fee 

Luther S. Allison 4tet feat. Imani Rousselle

Luther S. Allison 4tet feat. Imani Rousselle

Fri, May 03

Tickets $35 - $55* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:30 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:45 Luther S. Allison, a Charlotte, North Carolina native, is a Grammy Award-winning pianist and multi-instrumentalist celebrated for his proficiency in piano and drums. His recording debut came at 19, contributing to Michael Dease's "Father Figure" on Posi-Tone Records, marking the beginning of his professional journey. In New York City, Allison's performances are fixtures at top jazz venues, including Dizzy's, Smalls Jazz Club, and The Jazz Standard. His international and national performances have seen him share the stage with luminaries like Rodney Whitaker and Jazzmeia Horn. Leading his groups, Allison's work features original compositions that draw from a rich palette of R&B, country, and gospel influences, reflecting his deep roots in the black church and the iconic sounds of Earth, Wind & Fire, and Stevie Wonder that underscored his upbringing. Allison continues to leave a lasting impact on the jazz landscape, promising more innovative music and inspiring performances. Band lineup: Imani Rousselle, vocals Brandon Woody, trumpet Jonathon Müir-Cotton, bass Rahim (Ryan) Sands, drums Luther S. Allison, piano *plus 10% ticketing fee 

Luther S. Allison 4tet feat. Imani Rousselle

Luther S. Allison 4tet feat. Imani Rousselle

Sat, May 04

Tickets $35 - $55* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:30 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:45 Luther S. Allison, a Charlotte, North Carolina native, is a Grammy Award-winning pianist and multi-instrumentalist celebrated for his proficiency in piano and drums. His recording debut came at 19, contributing to Michael Dease's "Father Figure" on Posi-Tone Records, marking the beginning of his professional journey. In New York City, Allison's performances are fixtures at top jazz venues, including Dizzy's, Smalls Jazz Club, and The Jazz Standard. His international and national performances have seen him share the stage with luminaries like Rodney Whitaker and Jazzmeia Horn. Leading his groups, Allison's work features original compositions that draw from a rich palette of R&B, country, and gospel influences, reflecting his deep roots in the black church and the iconic sounds of Earth, Wind & Fire, and Stevie Wonder that underscored his upbringing. Allison continues to leave a lasting impact on the jazz landscape, promising more innovative music and inspiring performances. Band lineup: Imani Rousselle, vocals Brandon Woody, trumpet Jonathon Müir-Cotton, bass Rahim (Ryan) Sands, drums Luther S. Allison, piano *plus 10% ticketing fee 

Luther S. Allison 4tet feat. Imani Rousselle

Luther S. Allison 4tet feat. Imani Rousselle

Sun, May 05

Tickets $25 - $45* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:15 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:30 Luther S. Allison, a Charlotte, North Carolina native, is a Grammy Award-winning pianist and multi-instrumentalist celebrated for his proficiency in piano and drums. His recording debut came at 19, contributing to Michael Dease's "Father Figure" on Posi-Tone Records, marking the beginning of his professional journey. In New York City, Allison's performances are fixtures at top jazz venues, including Dizzy's, Smalls Jazz Club, and The Jazz Standard. His international and national performances have seen him share the stage with luminaries like Rodney Whitaker and Jazzmeia Horn. Leading his groups, Allison's work features original compositions that draw from a rich palette of R&B, country, and gospel influences, reflecting his deep roots in the black church and the iconic sounds of Earth, Wind & Fire, and Stevie Wonder that underscored his upbringing. Allison continues to leave a lasting impact on the jazz landscape, promising more innovative music and inspiring performances. Band lineup: Imani Rousselle, vocals Brandon Woody, trumpet Jonathon Müir-Cotton, bass Rahim (Ryan) Sands, drums Luther S. Allison, piano *plus 10% ticketing fee 

Adriel Vincent Brown

Adriel Vincent Brown

Thu, May 09

Tickets $25 - $45* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:15 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:30 Adriel Vincent-Brown is a Trinidadian-born drummer and composer. He began working professionally while still in elementary school, playing at church and with the local steelpan bands. Since graduating from the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, he has been working as a professional musician both in the New York scene and internationally. Having appeared on MTV with rapper Trinidad James, Earshot Jazz Festival with Giveton Gelin, and Metropolis Festival with Immanuel Wilkins, Adriel is already considered one of the most versatile and diverse sidemen of our time. His new project – The force, showcases this stellar young musician in the role of a leader. Band lineup: TBA 

Adriel Vincent Brown

Adriel Vincent Brown

Fri, May 10

Tickets $35 - $55* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:30 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:45 Adriel Vincent-Brown is a Trinidadian-born drummer and composer. He began working professionally while still in elementary school, playing at church and with the local steelpan bands. Since graduating from the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, he has been working as a professional musician both in the New York scene and internationally. Having appeared on MTV with rapper Trinidad James, Earshot Jazz Festival with Giveton Gelin, and Metropolis Festival with Immanuel Wilkins, Adriel is already considered one of the most versatile and diverse sidemen of our time. His new project – The force, showcases this stellar young musician in the role of a leader. Band lineup: TBA 

Adriel Vincent Brown

Adriel Vincent Brown

Sat, May 11

Tickets $35 - $55* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:30 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:45 Adriel Vincent-Brown is a Trinidadian-born drummer and composer. He began working professionally while still in elementary school, playing at church and with the local steelpan bands. Since graduating from the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, he has been working as a professional musician both in the New York scene and internationally. Having appeared on MTV with rapper Trinidad James, Earshot Jazz Festival with Giveton Gelin, and Metropolis Festival with Immanuel Wilkins, Adriel is already considered one of the most versatile and diverse sidemen of our time. His new project – The force, showcases this stellar young musician in the role of a leader. Band lineup: TBA 

Adriel Vincent Brown

Adriel Vincent Brown

Sun, May 12

Tickets $25 - $45* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:15 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:30 Adriel Vincent-Brown is a Trinidadian-born drummer and composer. He began working professionally while still in elementary school, playing at church and with the local steelpan bands. Since graduating from the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, he has been working as a professional musician both in the New York scene and internationally. Having appeared on MTV with rapper Trinidad James, Earshot Jazz Festival with Giveton Gelin, and Metropolis Festival with Immanuel Wilkins, Adriel is already considered one of the most versatile and diverse sidemen of our time. His new project – The force, showcases this stellar young musician in the role of a leader. Band lineup: TBA 

Emily Braden

Emily Braden

Thu, May 16

Tickets $25 - $45* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:15 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:30 "Braden is a master vocalist and magnetic performer. Her music suits every mood and ranges from soulful to sassy. One of the great new voices in Harlem!" - J.J. El-Far. Emily Braden is the winner of New York City's 'Best of the Best' Jazzmobile Vocal Competition and a two-time cultural ambassador with the US Embassy’s Arts Envoy Program. Originally from Boise, Idaho, Braden is a Harlem-based vocalist, songwriter, and lyricist who effortlessly blends jazz and soul to elevate the tradition and win the hearts of audiences worldwide. NYC performances include Birdland Jazz Club, Blue Note Jazz Club (Groove Series), The 55 Bar, and Minton’s Playhouse. Her sophomore album, Cannon & Sparrow, confronts the truth that it is often the heaviest things in life that jolt us alive. Braden’s vocals shine and soar with an uplifting message of love and resilience in dark times. Band lineup: Misha Piatigorsky, piano Benjamin Rossman, bass John Davis, drums Emily Braden, vocals *plus 10% ticketing fee. 

Emily Braden

Emily Braden

Fri, May 17

Tickets $35 - $55* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:30 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:45 "Braden is a master vocalist and magnetic performer. Her music suits every mood and ranges from soulful to sassy. One of the great new voices in Harlem!" - J.J. El-Far. Emily Braden is the winner of New York City's 'Best of the Best' Jazzmobile Vocal Competition and a two-time cultural ambassador with the US Embassy’s Arts Envoy Program. Originally from Boise, Idaho, Braden is a Harlem-based vocalist, songwriter, and lyricist who effortlessly blends jazz and soul to elevate the tradition and win the hearts of audiences worldwide. NYC performances include Birdland Jazz Club, Blue Note Jazz Club (Groove Series), The 55 Bar, and Minton’s Playhouse. Her sophomore album, Cannon & Sparrow, confronts the truth that it is often the heaviest things in life that jolt us alive. Braden’s vocals shine and soar with an uplifting message of love and resilience in dark times. Band lineup: Misha Piatigorsky, piano Benjamin Rossman, bass John Davis, drums Emily Braden, vocals *plus 10% ticketing fee. 

Emily Braden

Emily Braden

Sat, May 18

Tickets $35 - $55* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:30 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:45 "Braden is a master vocalist and magnetic performer. Her music suits every mood and ranges from soulful to sassy. One of the great new voices in Harlem!" - J.J. El-Far. Emily Braden is the winner of New York City's 'Best of the Best' Jazzmobile Vocal Competition and a two-time cultural ambassador with the US Embassy’s Arts Envoy Program. Originally from Boise, Idaho, Braden is a Harlem-based vocalist, songwriter, and lyricist who effortlessly blends jazz and soul to elevate the tradition and win the hearts of audiences worldwide. NYC performances include Birdland Jazz Club, Blue Note Jazz Club (Groove Series), The 55 Bar, and Minton’s Playhouse. Her sophomore album, Cannon & Sparrow, confronts the truth that it is often the heaviest things in life that jolt us alive. Braden’s vocals shine and soar with an uplifting message of love and resilience in dark times. Band lineup: Misha Piatigorsky, piano Benjamin Rossman, bass John Davis, drums Emily Braden, vocals *plus 10% ticketing fee. 

LATIN FUSION NIGHT: The Hogan Brothers featuring Mario Silva and Ahkeel Mestayer

LATIN FUSION NIGHT: The Hogan Brothers featuring Mario Silva and Ahkeel Mestayer

Sun, May 19

Tickets $25 - $45* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:15 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:30 Meet the groovy talents of the Hogan Brothers trio from Oakland, California - Steve on bass, Colin on keys, and Julian on drums. Their fusion of jazz, funk, and worldly vibes echoes their diverse musical upbringing and global travels. Trumpeter Mario Alberto Silva has been a force to be reckoned with since the '90s. From Grammy-winning collaborations to his own visionary projects blending electronica, RnB, and Latin influences, Silva's impact on the music scene is undeniable. Enter Ahkeel Mestayer, percussionist extraordinaire and ethnomusicologist in the SF Bay Area. Rooted in Afro-Cuban tradition and jazz, Ahkeel's fusion-driven approach spans genres from rock to salsa, always pushing boundaries. Band lineup: Mario Silva, trumpet Ahkeel Mestayer, percussion Steve Hogan, bass Colin Hogan, keys Julian Hogan, drums (plus 10% ticketing fee) 

Axel Tosca Trio feat. Xiomara Laugart

Axel Tosca Trio feat. Xiomara Laugart

Thu, May 23

Tickets $25 - $45* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:15 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:30 Axel Tosca, a Cuban-born pianist renowned for his innovative blend of Jazz, Latin, and Timba, hails from a prestigious musical lineage. His musical journey began early with Trova singer Xiomara Laugart as his mother and folk singer-guitarist Alberto Tosca as his father. By age seven, Tosca was proficient on piano, quickly making his stage debut. His education, enriched by Cuban piano legends' kin, laid a foundation for a diverse career, collaborating with acclaimed groups and exploring genres from Afro-Cuban jazz to hip-hop, including a memorable performance with The Roots. After winning multiple piano competitions in Cuba, Tosca's move to the United States in 2005 marked a new chapter. His tenure with the Havana Nights revue in Las Vegas and subsequent jazz studies in New York have solidified his status as a dynamic performer and a respected member of the jazz community, notably with the band (U)nity. Tosca's unique sound continues to captivate audiences in New York's vibrant music scene and beyond. Xiomara Laugart, celebrated as "The Voice of Cuba," is a monumental figure in Cuban music, with a career spanning over 30 years has taken her across the globe. Born with a natural affinity for a broad range of Cuban rhythms, she embarked on her musical journey at 15, quickly rising to fame after winning the prestigious “Aldolfo Guzman” Contest for Cuban music in 1980. Laugart is revered in Cuba, known as "The Jewel Of Cuba," with over 17 albums to her name. Her versatility lets her masterfully interpret everything from traditional to contemporary Cuban music, earning her international acclaim and numerous awards in Russia, Poland, and Germany. Band lineup: Axel Tosca, piano Xiomara Laugart, vocals Yunior Terry, bass Diego Joaquin Ramirez, drums *plus 10% ticketing fee. 

Axel Tosca Trio feat. Xiomara Laugart

Axel Tosca Trio feat. Xiomara Laugart

Fri, May 24

Tickets $35 - $55* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:30 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:45 Axel Tosca, a Cuban-born pianist renowned for his innovative blend of Jazz, Latin, and Timba, hails from a prestigious musical lineage. His musical journey began early with Trova singer Xiomara Laugart as his mother and folk singer-guitarist Alberto Tosca as his father. By age seven, Tosca was proficient on piano, quickly making his stage debut. His education, enriched by Cuban piano legends' kin, laid a foundation for a diverse career, collaborating with acclaimed groups and exploring genres from Afro-Cuban jazz to hip-hop, including a memorable performance with The Roots. After winning multiple piano competitions in Cuba, Tosca's move to the United States in 2005 marked a new chapter. His tenure with the Havana Nights revue in Las Vegas and subsequent jazz studies in New York have solidified his status as a dynamic performer and a respected member of the jazz community, notably with the band (U)nity. Tosca's unique sound continues to captivate audiences in New York's vibrant music scene and beyond. Xiomara Laugart, celebrated as "The Voice of Cuba," is a monumental figure in Cuban music, with a career spanning over 30 years has taken her across the globe. Born with a natural affinity for a broad range of Cuban rhythms, she embarked on her musical journey at 15, quickly rising to fame after winning the prestigious “Aldolfo Guzman” Contest for Cuban music in 1980. Laugart is revered in Cuba, known as "The Jewel Of Cuba," with over 17 albums to her name. Her versatility lets her masterfully interpret everything from traditional to contemporary Cuban music, earning her international acclaim and numerous awards in Russia, Poland, and Germany. Band lineup: Axel Tosca, piano Xiomara Laugart, vocals Yunior Terry, bass Diego Joaquin Ramirez, drums *plus 10% ticketing fee. 

Axel Tosca Trio feat. Xiomara Laugart

Axel Tosca Trio feat. Xiomara Laugart

Sat, May 25

Tickets $35 - $55* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:30 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:45 Axel Tosca, a Cuban-born pianist renowned for his innovative blend of Jazz, Latin, and Timba, hails from a prestigious musical lineage. His musical journey began early with Trova singer Xiomara Laugart as his mother and folk singer-guitarist Alberto Tosca as his father. By age seven, Tosca was proficient on piano, quickly making his stage debut. His education, enriched by Cuban piano legends' kin, laid a foundation for a diverse career, collaborating with acclaimed groups and exploring genres from Afro-Cuban jazz to hip-hop, including a memorable performance with The Roots. After winning multiple piano competitions in Cuba, Tosca's move to the United States in 2005 marked a new chapter. His tenure with the Havana Nights revue in Las Vegas and subsequent jazz studies in New York have solidified his status as a dynamic performer and a respected member of the jazz community, notably with the band (U)nity. Tosca's unique sound continues to captivate audiences in New York's vibrant music scene and beyond. Xiomara Laugart, celebrated as "The Voice of Cuba," is a monumental figure in Cuban music, with a career spanning over 30 years has taken her across the globe. Born with a natural affinity for a broad range of Cuban rhythms, she embarked on her musical journey at 15, quickly rising to fame after winning the prestigious “Aldolfo Guzman” Contest for Cuban music in 1980. Laugart is revered in Cuba, known as "The Jewel Of Cuba," with over 17 albums to her name. Her versatility lets her masterfully interpret everything from traditional to contemporary Cuban music, earning her international acclaim and numerous awards in Russia, Poland, and Germany. Band lineup: Axel Tosca, piano Xiomara Laugart, vocals Yunior Terry, bass Diego Joaquin Ramirez, drums *plus 10% ticketing fee. 

Axel Tosca Trio feat. Xiomara Laugart

Axel Tosca Trio feat. Xiomara Laugart

Sun, May 26

Tickets $25 - $45* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:15 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:30 Axel Tosca, a Cuban-born pianist renowned for his innovative blend of Jazz, Latin, and Timba, hails from a prestigious musical lineage. His musical journey began early with Trova singer Xiomara Laugart as his mother and folk singer-guitarist Alberto Tosca as his father. By age seven, Tosca was proficient on piano, quickly making his stage debut. His education, enriched by Cuban piano legends' kin, laid a foundation for a diverse career, collaborating with acclaimed groups and exploring genres from Afro-Cuban jazz to hip-hop, including a memorable performance with The Roots. After winning multiple piano competitions in Cuba, Tosca's move to the United States in 2005 marked a new chapter. His tenure with the Havana Nights revue in Las Vegas and subsequent jazz studies in New York have solidified his status as a dynamic performer and a respected member of the jazz community, notably with the band (U)nity. Tosca's unique sound continues to captivate audiences in New York's vibrant music scene and beyond. Xiomara Laugart, celebrated as "The Voice of Cuba," is a monumental figure in Cuban music, with a career spanning over 30 years has taken her across the globe. Born with a natural affinity for a broad range of Cuban rhythms, she embarked on her musical journey at 15, quickly rising to fame after winning the prestigious “Aldolfo Guzman” Contest for Cuban music in 1980. Laugart is revered in Cuba, known as "The Jewel Of Cuba," with over 17 albums to her name. Her versatility lets her masterfully interpret everything from traditional to contemporary Cuban music, earning her international acclaim and numerous awards in Russia, Poland, and Germany. Band lineup: Axel Tosca, piano Xiomara Laugart, vocals Yunior Terry, bass Diego Joaquin Ramirez, drums *plus 10% ticketing fee. 

Naama - Wild Is Love!

Naama - Wild Is Love!

Thu, May 30

Tickets $25 - $45* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:15 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:30 "Naama's voice evokes a honeyed warmth...swoops up and plummets down onto a lovestruck madness... her voice drifts onto a pillow of dreams" - Cree McCree, Downbeat Magazine. Naama is a rising star in the jazz scene of New York City. Her compositions are heavily influenced by the emotionally direct works of the great composers and lyricists of the 1930s and '40s. With her urbane and elegant sound, Naama has developed a signature style recognized for its sensitive interpretation and crisp phrasing. Her all-star band will perform music from her 4th album, Wild Is Love. The album tells the story of a relationship from its passionate beginnings to its bittersweet end, ultimately leading to the discovery that love, in all its wildness, is the most potent force in human existence. Band lineup: Naama, vocals James Mahone, tenor sax Konrad Paszkudzki, piano Dave Baron, bass James Gallagher, drums *plus 10% ticketing fee 

Naama - Wild Is Love!

Naama - Wild Is Love!

Fri, May 31

Tickets $35 - $55* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:15 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:30 "Naama's voice evokes a honeyed warmth...swoops up and plummets down onto a lovestruck madness... her voice drifts onto a pillow of dreams" - Cree McCree, Downbeat Magazine. Naama is a rising star in the jazz scene of New York City. Her compositions are heavily influenced by the emotionally direct works of the great composers and lyricists of the 1930s and '40s. With her urbane and elegant sound, Naama has developed a signature style recognized for its sensitive interpretation and crisp phrasing. Her all-star band will perform music from her 4th album, Wild Is Love. The album tells the story of a relationship from its passionate beginnings to its bittersweet end, ultimately leading to the discovery that love, in all its wildness, is the most potent force in human existence. Band lineup: Naama, vocals James Mahone, tenor sax Konrad Paszkudzki, piano Dave Baron, bass James Gallagher, drums *plus 10% ticketing fee 

Naama - Wild Is Love!

Naama - Wild Is Love!

Sat, Jun 01

Tickets $35 - $55* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:15 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:30 "Naama's voice evokes a honeyed warmth...swoops up and plummets down onto a lovestruck madness... her voice drifts onto a pillow of dreams" - Cree McCree, Downbeat Magazine. Naama is a rising star in the jazz scene of New York City. Her compositions are heavily influenced by the emotionally direct works of the great composers and lyricists of the 1930s and '40s. With her urbane and elegant sound, Naama has developed a signature style recognized for its sensitive interpretation and crisp phrasing. Her all-star band will perform music from her 4th album, Wild Is Love. The album tells the story of a relationship from its passionate beginnings to its bittersweet end, ultimately leading to the discovery that love, in all its wildness, is the most potent force in human existence. Band lineup: Naama, vocals James Mahone, tenor sax Konrad Paszkudzki, piano Dave Baron, bass James Gallagher, drums *plus 10% ticketing fee 

Naama - Wild Is Love!

Naama - Wild Is Love!

Sun, Jun 02

Tickets $25 - $45* 7:00 show: Doors @ 6:00 9:15 show: Bar @ 6:00, Doors @ 8:30 "Naama's voice evokes a honeyed warmth...swoops up and plummets down onto a lovestruck madness... her voice drifts onto a pillow of dreams" - Cree McCree, Downbeat Magazine. Naama is a rising star in the jazz scene of New York City. Her compositions are heavily influenced by the emotionally direct works of the great composers and lyricists of the 1930s and '40s. With her urbane and elegant sound, Naama has developed a signature style recognized for its sensitive interpretation and crisp phrasing. Her all-star band will perform music from her 4th album, Wild Is Love. The album tells the story of a relationship from its passionate beginnings to its bittersweet end, ultimately leading to the discovery that love, in all its wildness, is the most potent force in human existence. Band lineup: Naama, vocals James Mahone, tenor sax Konrad Paszkudzki, piano Dave Baron, bass James Gallagher, drums *plus 10% ticketing fee