Jazz973 Presents Charlie Apicella & Iron City at Clements Place Jazz

Guitarist Charlie Apicella is the leader of Iron City. The band’s sixth CD, Groove Machine features Charlie’s hard bop-inspired originals and arrangements of classic Blue Note Records gems.

 

jazz973 presents charlie apicella & iron city atclements place

Guitarist Charlie Apicella is the leader of Iron City. The band’s sixth CD, Groove Machine features Charlie’s hard bop-inspired originals and arrangements of classic Blue Note Records gems.

Charlie Apicella

Charlie Apicella is an Eastman Guitars Featured Artist, a Guild Guitars Sponsored Artist and a ZT Amplifiers Official Artist. He is a regular contributor to Vintage Guitar Magazine’s YouTube channel.

He has written lessons for DownBeat and Just Jazz Guitar magazines and has been profiled in Vintage Guitar and Hot House magazines.

==============Joining Charlie on this special event.

Gene Ghee – tenor sax
Radam Schwartz – organ
Alan Korzin – drums

Gene GheeGene Ghee – Instruments: tenor saxophone Secondary Instruments: soprano, alto and baritone saxophones, flute, alto flute, clarinet, and bass clarinet. As a leader:  solo, duo, trio, quartet and quintet with: John Patton, Eddie Gladden, Radam Schwartz, Geary Moore, Andy McCloud, Benito Gonzalez, Don Williams, Corcoran Holt, Casandra Wilson, Monte Croft, Danny Mixon, Dave Gibson, Greg Bandy, Larry Ridley, Ed Stoute, Gerald Hayes and others. In Big Bands Local 16 saxophone ensemble, Clark Terry Youth Band, Jaki Byard, Apollo House Band, Frank Foster, Barry Harris Ensemble, Charlie Persip, Odean Pope Saxophone Choir, Julius Hemphill Saxophone Ensemble, Grover Mitchell, Sam Rivers, Muhal Richard Abrams, Mercer Ellington, Clifford Jordan, George Gee, Lloyd Price, Panama Francis, Ringling Bros.Barnum and Bailey Circus, Harlem Renaissance Orchestra, Tito Puente, Machito, Wade Barnes’ Repertory Ensemble, Sam Wooding, Charles Sullivan, Supper Club Orchestra, Cotton Club Band, Newark All-Star Jazz Arkestra with Amiri and Amina Baraka and many others.

Also performed with Monguito Santamaria, Art Blakey Jr., Brother Jack McDuff, Jimmy McGriff, Tiny Grimes, John Patton, Teddy Pendergrass, Anita Baker, B.T.Express, Toru Oki Blues Band, Arthur Prysock, Little Jimmy Scott, Little Anthony and The Imperials, Della Griffin, Etta Jones, Bernard “Pretty” Purdie, Benny Powell, Eddie Palmieri, Machito, Barry Harris, Harlem Youth Symphony Orchestra, Eric Frazier, Rosalind Grant, Greg Bufford,Calvin Hill, Charlie Apicella, Carrie Jackson and many others.

Radam SchwartzRadam Schwartz, Hammond B3 Organist, and pianist has built his reputation over the last 30 years playing with such great musicians as Arthur Prysock, Eddie Lockjaw Davis, Al Hibler, David Fathead Newman. He continues to make music today. Radam’s prolific career has led to many successful recordings. His recent recordings as a leader are Organized (1995 was mentioned in the B3 Bible as one of the essential organ records of all time, #28 on the national charts), Conspiracy for Positivity (2005, #15), Magic Tales (2007, #11), Blues Citizens (2009, #9), Songs for the Soul ( 2010, #23). In 2009 and 2010 Radam received awards from Sesac for jazz compositions. He was also mentioned in Downbeat Magazine Critics Poll in August 2009.

Radam Schwartz has been a jazz educator for almost 30 years: he was the musical director of the Jazz Institute of New Jersey for 15 years which won the Louis Armstrong Award from the IAJE in 1996, has been an artist in residence at Middlesex County Arts HS for over 25 years, and currently is on the teaching staff at Jazz House Kids in Montclair, NJ. In 2012 Radam’s ensemble at JHK won first place nationally in the Charles Mingus competition. He taught at the Montclair State University jazz Connections camp for 16 years and is currently a part-time instructor at the Jazz Academy at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank. He was also a staff accompanist at the Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University between 1986 and 1997. He received a Masters from the Jazz History and Research Program at Rutgers Newark in 2012.

Alan Korzin – drums – 

Alan Korzin

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Jazz973 Presents Leonieke Scheuble Trio at Clements Place Jazz

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Jazz973 Presents Leonieke Scheuble Trio at Clements Place Jazz

Rescheduled to April 10, 2019 Wed 7PM + 10PM

LEONIEKE SCHEUBLE PIANIST ORGANIST

  • Selected by Carnegie Hall/Weill Music Institute -alternate 2018 NYO JAZZ
  • Performed with the NY/NJ All-Star Big Band
  • Performed at The Watchung Arts Center, Luna Stage and sold out multiple engagements at Shanghai Jazz, Downtown After Sundown Music Series
  • International Women in Jazz Award Winner (sole recipient )”Youth in Action Award”
  • Featured performer Jack Kleinsinger’s “Highlights in Jazz series” TriBeCa PAC.
  • Governor’s Award for “Exceptional Promise in Music”
  • The headliner for the New Jersey Jazz Society at Shanghai Jazz
  • Featured performer for the NJJS 45th Anniversary Gala
  • Recorded album 2013 titled “Debut
  • Recorded a follow-up album featuring guitarist Mark Whitfield; trombonist, Steve Davis; alto saxophonist, Mark Gross; and trumpeter Kevin Eubanks.
  • TEDx speaker and performer.
  • Four published articles on allaboutjazz magazine.
  • “Best Up and Coming Young Artist Award” at 2015 Hothouse Award Ceremony
  • Records as a sideman (organ) on vocalist Shelli LaTorre’s album.
  • Two recording sessions engineered by Rudy Van Gelder for her first CD
  • • Jimmy Cobb and was added to Birdland house music system).
  • • The subject of hour-long interview called “The Future of Jazz” by WBGO Gary Walker
  • • 2013 International Women in Jazz “Youth in Action” award winner.
  • • Dr. Lonnie Smith gives her a Hammond organ as a gift.
  • • Joey DeFrancesco brings Leonieke on stage at Dizzy’s to play his Hammond B-3

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TIM GIVENS BASS

Tim Givens plays with New York Electric Piano and the Cecilia Coleman Quintet. He has toured with Lou Donaldson, Curtis Fuller, and Chris Barron. He has recorded with Ray Bryant, Gloria Cooper, and Steve Smithie as well as recording for HBO and Nickelodeon. His own group features Tim on cello.

NICK SCHEUBLE DRUMMER

Nick Scheuble has established a reputation as both a first-rate Jazz drummer and Latin percussionist and offers an impressive list of artists he has performed and/or recorded within each genre. Additionally, his expertise in early New Orleans jazz has enabled him to work with some of the most respected exponents of this style as well.

Citing Max Roach, Art Blakey, Roy Haynes, Elvin Jones, and Tony Williams as major influences on his drumming, he also holds a degree in piano and is equally influenced by artists such as Thelonious Monk, Miles Davis and Billie Holiday. As such, his drumming is both compositional and melodic and comes from a strong rhythmic and conceptual foundation in be-bop and post-bop.

Born in the Bronx, New York, Nick Scheuble moved to New Jersey shortly before his sixth birthday. By the age of thirteen, he began to take a serious interest in music. Subsequent studies followed in drums and piano under Carl Wolf and Dr. John Gorman, respectively. He enrolled in the prestigious Jazz Studies and Performance program at the William Paterson University in Wayne, New Jersey studying under the tutelage of renowned drummer/educator, John Riley.

Upon graduation in 1991, Nick began a distinguished career as both a sideman and a bandleader. He has performed and/or recorded with, among others, Wynton Marsalis, Ray Barretto, Dave Valentin, Chico Mendoza, David Berger, Peter Bernstein, Jim Rotondi, Bill Crow, Vince Giordano, Mike LeDonne, Hilton Ruiz, Jeanie Bryson, Tim Ries, Jimmy Bosch, Wycliffe Gordon, Don Braden and Eric Alexander. He has been recorded by Rudy van Gelder and performed at The Stanley Kaplan Penthouse at Lincoln Center, Birdland, The Village Gate, The West End Gate, Kitano, Café de Muze (Belgium), Aaron Davis Hall, Walter Reade Theatre, John Harms Center, Mechanics Hall, and other noted venues throughout America and Europe.

As a percussionist, he has toured much of the United States with The Paragon Ragtime Orchestra – a premiere American orchestra formed at The Juilliard School that has served as Ambassador of Good Will for the United States Government.

As a leader, Nick leads several very successful bands that have earned considerable praise from several noted Jazz critics including George Kanzler and David Orthmann. He has been the subject for feature articles in such prestigious publications as the New York Times and has received critical acclaim for his debut CD as a leader, “In the Pocket,” which features his latest Quintet performing many of his compositions.

Between 2000 and 2006, Nick performed extensively in Europe and alternated residence between the Netherlands and The U.S. He currently resides in Rockaway, New Jersey with his wife and their three children.

 

 

 

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Stevenson & Moses Boxing for Life Corp. appointed CC Minton as President

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Stevenson & Moses Boxing for Life Corp. appointed CC Minton, as President of the company.  Ms. Minton joined the Board of Directors in September 2018 and has led the company, as President, since her appointment in November 2018.  She is a President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition Leadership award recipient and has over 15 years of experience in the sports & fitness and non-profit industry.

Read details at CC Minton, Appointed President of Newark Based Stevenson & Moses Boxing For Life Corp

 

Roy Hargrove Celebration of Life at Lincoln Center

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On Tuesday, January 8, 2019, a global jazz community came together at Jazz at Lincoln Center to celebrate the life and music of the great Roy Hargrove, who passed away on November 2, 2018.

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It was the kind of sendoff Roy would have wanted: a five-hour musical blowout in Rose Theater, free and open to the public—followed by a jam session at Dizzy’s Club that lasted into the early morning hours—featuring more than 150 musicians. A crowd of 2000 was in Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall to watch the concert in Rose Theater or to view the event live on screens in The Appel Room and the Mica and Ahmet Ertegun Atrium. More than 95,000 people around the world tuned in to the free livestream.

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I captured and met with a Roy a few times and one memorial time I asked why are you so Damm good. His answer was I hear music in my head 24 hours a day. Later I found and interview where he States what his life is about.

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Read a great review on  Jazz Org.
http//www.jazz.org/blog/thousands-gather-to-celebrate-the-life-and-work-of-roy-hargrov/

 

 

Jazz in the Loft: MPack – SOPAC

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MPack brings explosive energy to the stage, guaranteed to rock the house all night long!

MPack

MPack is a band, a brand, and a musical production enterprise,

consisting of multiple elements in an ever evolving flow. It is the
musical brainchild of bassist, guitarist, keyboardist, drummer and
vocalist Clarence Conover ‘Groove Master’ Conover. He’s the
founder, and CEO of M-Pack Music productions whose motto is
“Life Changing Sounds”.
This cross-genre musician is creatively talented and has gathered
other likeminded musicians and vocalists— Brett Calder (guitarist
& vocalist), Gordan Lane (drummer) and Patricia Walton
(vocalist) & special guest Glenn Merritt (pianist/keyboardist) to
create this musical phenomenon known as MPack.
MPack Music
LIFE CHANGING SOUNDS…

Get your groove on at the Jazz & Blues in the Loft concert series! Hear world-class musicians and vocalists from the region in a cabaret-style setting. Cash bar and snack concessions available.

Jazz973 Presents Darryl Clark Fusion featuring Lynette Sheard

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Come spend an enjoyable evening listening to some of the best local 973Jazz cats around. They continually knock audiences out their seats with some truly cool smooth jazz fusion tunes. Add in the beautiful melodious voice of vocalist Lynette Sheard and Darrylclarkfusion will have you shaking your head yes, yes and saying more more. This is a wonderful treat that is very tasteful and synchronized in delivery of their tunes hence an enjoyable night of music is definitely guranteed. Join us for free in this installment of Jazz973 at 7PM.

Darryl Clark Fusion Band

  • Darryl Clark Bandleader, Bass
  • Abdul Rahman – Drums
  • Alex DeLazzari – Saxophone
  • Howard Hall – Keys
  • Lynette Sheard – Vocalist

Darryl Clark Bandleader, Bass

Darryl Clark Bandleader started with classical guitar at 8 years old and took up the bass guitar when he was 14. Darryl’s introduction to jazz bass came in his teens from legendary bassist Earl May (played with Miles Davis, Lester Young, Gene Ammons, Sonny Stitt, and Mercer Ellington, Miles Davis) while a student at the Jazzmobile in NYC. He has performed with jazz artists Nat Adderley Jr, Tina Fabrique, Steve Marley, Marshall McDonald, and Kirk Tamura. Darryl’s latest project, DC Fusion an R&B/Jazz group, recently released their first CD “West Coast Dreamin”. He has played at a variety of venues such as Lincoln Center, Trumpets, The Bitter End, Cleopatra’s Needle, Flushing Town Hall, the Priory, The Borgata, the Hedley Club in San Jose as well as various festivals in the NYC metropolitan area. Darryl has been integral to the music ministries at Bethel AME, St Matthew AME youth prison ministry, currently is at Bethany Church in West Orange.

Abdul Rahman – Drums

Abdullah Rahman – Teacher of percussion at Harlem School for the Arts and the UNC school of the Arts in North Carolina. Abdullah has performed all over the world most recently in Russia and many clubs across NYC.

Alex DeLazzari – Saxophone

Originally from Italy but growing up in the D.C. area, saxophonist and composer. Alex first picked up the saxophone at age 12, and, shortly after hearing a few John Coltrane records, was hooked. Now he is a freshman at William Paterson University in New Jersey where he studies with famed saxophonist Vincent Herring. Recently has performed at Baltimore’s Germanos, Petworth’s Zig Zag Club in Berlin’s Umbria Jazz Festival, around New Jersey venues Hat City, Newark’s Clements Place, Suzy Ques, South Orange 24 Hours Festival, New Brunswick Jazz Venues, and New York City Bar Next Door.

Howard Hall – Keys

Howard’s diverse musical background includes classical, R&B, jazz, Latin jazz and gospel. Howard displays a soulful and melodic touch to his interpretations. Howard’s style drives the group to explore new places for many standards. Howard has played the Bitter End and numerous NJ summer concert series.

Lynette Sheard – Vocalist

To hear her is to love her. A small taste is really all you need, her vocal versatility is amaxing as you sit and listen you feel gourself wanting more. Lynette Sheard is a gifted versatile vocalist with a five octave range and a perfect pitch. She is an actor, producer and director. Her performances have been acknowledged in numerous publications including, NY Times, The Record and the Chronicle. The Star Ledger proclaims that “Her voice reaches deep into one’s soul and finds a soft spot” She performs Jazz, R&B and in many other genres.

Theater credits include principal roles in: Dream Girls, Smokey Joes Café, Ragtime, Swing, Aida, and an encore performance as Lena Younger Mama in Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun. She has received countless awards and recognition for her musical service work with children, the elderly and veterans.

Most recently Lynette has been featured in the “Encyclopedia of Newark Jazz”. She is the unseated “West Orange Idol”.

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I urge you all to come on out in this wonderful holiday season for this smoking hot final 2018 Jazz973 performance. Free access and Refreshments but limited seating so please RSVP NOW. Thank you. Greg.

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DATE AND TIME

Wed, December 12, 2018

7:00 PM – 9:30 PM EST

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LOCATION

Clement’s Place

15 Washington Street

Newark, NJ 07102

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OrganizerGregory Burrus

Organizer of Jazz973@Clements Place Presents Darryl Clark Fusion feat Lynette Sheard

 

 

Gregory Burrus is a local live music ambassador, event developer an community partner that develops, manages, promotes and documents local community events in the Greater New Jersey and New York Area.

Gregory Burrus sits on a number of local boards and committees and serves as the Board Member Maplewood Community Music, Manages, Vice President of the North Jersey Blues Alliance, Curates and Promotes the South Orange Downtown After Sundown Live Music Concerts, the South Orange 24 Hours of Music Festival, the SOPAC Playing Around South Orange Music Initiative, the Maplewood 4th of Music Live Music Events, Newark’s Jazz973 at Clements Place Jazz Series, NYC John Jay College Myrna Bain Scholarship Fundraiser, the Orange NJ ValleyArts Music Programs, Creator of the South Orange Farmers Market Jazz Jam, along with booking bands at many other local venues.

Showcasing, photographing, videotaping events and happenings as they occur around town while living life every day to the fullest. Learn more at :

Gregory Burrus – Gregory Burrus Live Music Ambassador

Dec 10, 2018 – Stevenson Moses Boxing for Life Organization Ringside For A Cause

Dec 10, 2018 – Stevenson Moses Boxing for Life Organization Ringside For A Cause

Ringside for a cause olympic front w ShakurThe Stevenson Moses Boxing for Life is committed to using boxing as a tool to:

  • Build endurance and perseverance training for athletes in any sport,
  • Teach camaraderie amongst the members and their peers,
  • Serve as a strong deterrent to gun violence in the neighborhood,
  • Develop character, responsibility and respect for their community.

By providing mentorship, tutoring and some basic needs support for our members, we are able to create a lasting impact that ripples out across the community. The organization’s ultimate goal is teaching Olympic style boxing that enables members to reach the level of being a contender for the Olympics and beyond. Stevenson and Moses Boxing for Life is the vision of Willie and Robyn Moses along with their grandson 2016 Olympic Silver Medalist in Boxing Shakur Stevenson. For more info on Stevenson Moses Boxing for life organization visit:  https://www.stevensonmosesboxingforlife.org

shikur1Shakur  Stevenson the Boxer had a very successful career at the Youth Level, winning the 2014 AIBA Youth World Championships and 2014 Summer Youth Olympics. In 2015 he won the Senior U.S. Olympic Trials, thus qualifying for the U.S. boxing team at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. In Rio, Stevenson won a silver medal, losing to Robeisy Ramirez of Cuba in the gold medal match. He was the highest-medaling male for the USA.  Photo By Fernando Frazão/Agência Brasil.  It should also be noted that in the Olympics, Stevenson was dubbed “the next Mayweather” by Floyd Mayweather Jr. himself.  Stevenson turned professional on February 9, 2017 signing a promotional contract with Top Rank. Professionally Shakur has shown off his quickness, defense and punching skills as he has went on to win 9 professional fights, 5 by knockouts and 4 by decision.  (Wikipedia)

 

 

201706119 Coach Wali Moses with CC Minton 0148Willie “Wali” Moses –NJ  Boxing Hall of Fame Coach of the Year – started his pugilist career in martial arts at 8 years old with Mr. Allen Lee. At 12 year he started Martial Arts with Mr. Charles Wilson. At 14 he started Boxing with Mr. Harold Brown. Mr. Brown was sparring partner for the great Floyd Paterson., At 18 he began his life coaching career along with his lifetime friend Robert Griffith at the Newark Pal. He also coached little league baseball for five years, restarted his Boxing career at the First Developmental Center coaching a group of kids. Willie and Robert Griffin opened their own gym, Elite Boxing. After 6 years they expanded their program opening under the name Elite Heat along with Mr. Vito Mielnicki. Within 3 years of opening athletes won 15 National championships. In 2012 he began coaching Jr. World Team USA.  He coached 15 national championships, 12 medals internationally-5 Gold, 2 Silver and 5 Bronze. In 2013, he was voted National Golden Gloves Outstanding Coach. He also coached Shakur Stevenson in 2103 Jr. World Championship while he won 3 Gold medals internationally in route to winning AIBA Boxer of the Year award, which was the first time for any American.

Robin Moses Black doubleRobyn Ware-Moses – Robyn is a professional nurse who supports her husband in the boxing world. Her role is multi- faceted. She has assisted with providing transportation, preparing documents, and all that is necessary to push the dream forward.  Robyn Moses works as a nurse, working with the elderly. She has 14 years of experience in communicating with clients, family members, and other personnel, vendors, and visitors.  In 2003, she earned the Humanitarian Award in New Community Nursing School. When she is not working, she is busy being the CEO of the organization Stevenson and Moses Boxing For Life which is a passion of hers. Fundamental in fostering the success of this organization and is dedicating herself to being a driving force for the organization. Robyn Moses holds a Master’s Degree in Health Administration earned in 2016 from the University of Phoenix. In her spare time she enjoys reading, writing, and blogging about relationships on her website called Relationship Cakes and Ice Cream. She is planning to move Stevenson and Moses Boxing For Life forward in the coming year, offering Olympic Style training for all athletes, fitness for others, and offer basic boxing skills for the elderly as an exercise tool.

cc mintonCC Minton – Board President – Stevenson Moses Boxing for Life  founded by 2016 Olympic Silver Boxing Medalist/Professional Boxer Shakur Stevenson, former Olympic and NJ Hall of Fame Boxing Coach Wali Moses and Robyn Moses.  She provides strategic leadership by working with the Board and other management to establish long-range goals, strategies, plans, and policies. Plan, develop, organize, implement, direct and evaluate the organization’s fiscal function and performance.   CC is an author, media contributor, lifestyle empowerment expert and President at Stevenson Moses Boxing for Life. A President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition Community Leadership Award recipient, CC works with adults, children, and communities empowering them to embrace healthy living. Her various projects include working with the Office of First Lady Michelle Obama, Whole Foods Market, NY/NJ Superbowl organization, Apollo Theater, Olympic Day Committee and Harlem World Magazine.

Stephanie Hutton Junior League Montclair Newark INTERVIEW MODERATOR – Stephanie Hutton – Stephanie Hutton loves to stay busy volunteering in our local community. She has worked with the Covenant House of NJ, Studio Montclair, and currently serves as the President of the Junior League of Montclair-Newark. She is so proud to help represent tthis incredible women’s volunteer organization that has served the Essex County area for almost 100 years. Before starting her volunteer career, Stephanie graduated from Florida State University earning her CPA license and a Masters in Accounting. She spent several years working as an auditor at Deloitte in Jacksonville, Florida before she retired from public accounting upon the arrival of her first son. She moved from Jacksonville, Florida to New Jersey in 2007 and is continuously amazed with all of the wonderful, caring and giving people in our community. There’s no other place like it. Stephanie enjoys anything and everything sports related, including fantasy football and painfully watching her beloved Jacksonville Jaguars on Sundays. She currently resides in Glen Ridge, NJ with her husband Matthew and two sons, Andrew and Nate.

Gregory Burrus FB. pgEVENT CO-CHAIR – Gregory Burrus – Gregory Burrus is a local live music ambassador, event developer and community partner that develops, manages, promotes and documents local community events in the Greater New Jersey and New York area. Burrus sits on a number of local boards and committees and serves as a Board Member Maplewood Community Music, Vice President of the Northern New Jersey Blues Alliance, Curates and Promotes the South Orange Downtown After Sundown Live Music Concerts, the South Orange 24 Hours of Music Festival, the SOPAC Playing Around South Orange Music Initiative, the Maplewood 4th of Music Live Music Events, Newark’s Rutgers Jazz973 at Clements Place Jazz Series, NYC John Jay College Myrna Bain Scholarship Fundraiser, the Orange NJ Valley Arts Music Programs, Creator of the South Orange Farmers Market Jazz Jam, along with booking bands at many other local venues.   Gregory Burrus Live Music Ambassador.

LIVE MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

nat Adderley

Nat Adderley Jr.  known for his work with Luther Vandross. Nat wrote (and arranged) Vandross’ first top 20 pop hit, “Stop to Love,” and other songs, including the Grammy Award-nominated “Give me the Reason.” More recently, Nat has produced tracks on the last seven Vandross studio albums. These include “The Closer I Get To You,” a duet with Beyonce Knowles which also appears on Beyonce’s album Dangerously in Love and won the Grammy Award for best R&B performance by a duo or group in 2004. Many other artists have had major successes with help from Nat Adderley Jr. Nat wrote “The Wave” for Kirk Whalum, arranged Natalie Cole’s 1987 hit recording of “When I Fall In Love,” produced “Just Another Lonely Night” for Johnny Gill, arranged most of Aretha Franklin’s Jump To It, produced Gloria Lynne’s No Detour Ahead, and wrote the string arrangement for Doc Powell’s Grammy Award-nominated version of “What’s Going On.” Recently, Nat produced tracks for Ruben Studdard of American Idol, arranged and played on the critically acclaimed album Telling Stories by Paulette McWilliams.

 

darryl clark and nat adderly jrDarryl Clark Bandleader started with classical guitar at 8 years old and took up the bass guitar when he was 14. Darryl’s introduction to jazz bass came in his teens from legendary bassist Earl May (played with Miles Davis, Lester Young, Gene Ammons, Sonny Stitt, and Mercer Ellington, Miles Davis) while a student at the Jazzmobile in NYC. He has performed with jazz artists Nat Adderley Jr, Tina Fabrique, Steve Marley, Marshall McDonald, and Kirk Tamura. Darryl’s latest project, DC Fusion an R&B/Jazz group, recently released their first CD “West Coast Dreamin”. He has played at a variety of venues such as Lincoln Center, Trumpets, The Bitter End, Cleopatra’s Needle, Flushing Town Hall, the Priory, The Borgata, the Hedley Club in San Jose as well as various festivals in the NYC metropolitan area. Darryl has been integral to the music ministries at Bethel AME, St Matthew AME youth prison ministry, currently is at Bethany Church in West Orange.

Partners and Partnerships

Brick City Hitters – Boxing Instruction
Contact info – PHONE (862) 252-7231 – ADDRESS – 210 Hollywood Ave – East Orange NJ 07018

Maria BaptisteMARIA B PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO  – Maria Baptiste http://www.mariabphotographystudio.com/ – Maria B Photography Studio provides modern photography services to adult clients for portraiture, headshots, boudoir, personal branding, and for events. Every client is an individual with particular needs and challenges. Whatever those challenges, I believe that in the hands of the right photographer, you should see the best image of yourself. Maria B Photography Studio provides modern photography services to adult clients for portraiture, headshots, boudoir, personal branding, and for events. Every client is an individual with particular needs and challenges. Whatever those challenges, I believe that in the hands of the right photographer, you should see the best image of yourself.

chelsea burrus groupTVRNVPCOMPANY – Chelsea G. Burrushttp://tvrnvpgawd.com/ Provides networking opportunities for entrepreneurs and socialites in the entertainment industry. #2202 The Tvrnvpcompany’s network consists of entertainment business leaders, industry workers, and partnerships formed with successful brands. The networks are community-based and attract high citizen engagement. Each new season creates impact-full and unique experiences for the company’s members and team members

ife BasimIFE BASIM MASTERPIECES – Ife Basim  – https://www.facebook.com/Ife-Basim-Masterpieces – Ife Basim – Producer, Playwright, Poet, Director, Singer, Songwriter, Artist and Special Events Coordinator.  A truly memorable voice on the jazz scene, with a refreshing combination of beauty, sophistication and talent, Ife Basim ( @Joy Topping-Mann) has often been referred to as a “complete package. “Her rich vocals and unique phrasing take you back to the days of the classic jazz divas. Her sultry smooth voice invokes shades of Sarah Vaughn and hints at the daring of Billie Holiday.

g2bG2B PRODUCTIONSGregory Russell Burrushttps://g2bproductions.com/ Greg is a motion designer who likes to design cool things and make them move in interesting ways to tell a story.  I have worked in the industry for over 5 years and have worked companies and brands such as Uniqlo, Travel Channel, History Channel, CBS Sports, CBS Sports Network, Dentsu America, and more. I like to see everything in motion.. I strive to create a sense of movement in everything I make and leave nothing static without a story being told.

kingdomartKINGDOMART  – https://www.facebook.com/kingdom.art.5

 

 

 

2018 Ringside For Cause – Event Chairs – Thank you for coming out. CC Minton – ccminton.com  –  Gregory Burrus – gregoryburrus.me

Join Co-Founder Olympic/Pro Boxer Shakur Stevenson, CEO Robyn Moses, and Hall of Fame Boxing Coach Wali Moses

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Join Co-Founder Olympic/Pro Boxer Shakur Stevenson, CEO Robyn Moses, and Hall of Fame Boxing Coach Wali Moses

About this Event

You are invited to join us at Ringside 6:30 -9:30 PM on December 10, 2018 at the Wilshire Grand Hotel Primavera Lounge in West Orange, NJ. Enjoy an entertaining evening with the stars. The night’s event will include the following:

• Round #1 An opening mix and mingle reception and a live music performance featuring Grammy Nominee Nat Adderley, Jr. on Piano along with dynamic jazz fusion Darryl Clark on Bass. Guest will enjoy Primavera Ristorante at the Wilshire Grand Hotel bits and bites while networking with attendees and local community dignitaries.

• Round #2 The main event will be an intimate Ringside conversation with Stevenson and Moses Boxing For Life Corp Co-Founders Olympian & Pro Boxer Newark Native Shakur Stevenson, CEO Robyn Ware-Moses and Hall of Fame Boxing Coach Wali Moses. Learn more about the boxing community and the passion behind founding Stevenson Moses Boxing for Life. This main event will be led by moderator Stephanie Hutton, President of the The Junior League of Montclair-Newark, Inc. The main event will closed with your participation in an audience driven Q&A session.

• Round #3 Rounding out the final networking hour will be a review of the live painting produced by local artist Kingdom Art who will capture the night’s intimate conversation. Also enjoy some one on one photo opportunities and your chance to network with fellow celebrities and attendees.

Proceeds will benefit community programming for Stevenson Moses Boxing for Life. Please join us – Enjoy some fabulous music, Primavera Lounge bits and bites, an open cash bar, networking with attendees, ourselves and local community dignitaries. RSVP A MUST TO ENTER via the Get Tickets Eventbrite link below.

EVENT CHAIRS

CC Minton, President, Stevenson Moses Boxing for Life

Gregory Burrus, Live Music Ambassador

EVENT SPONSORS

In partnership with Brick City Hitters

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Shane Adams Doug Freeman Kenneth Jones

Nicole Singletary Robert Lewis Ibn Yusef Suliman

About Stevenson Moses Boxing for Life

Stevenson & Moses Boxing For Life is an organization committed to using boxing as a tool to teach camaraderie among peers in the community. The organization teaches Olympic style boxing to open the possibility of being a contender for the Olympics for Boxing. We provide training for athletes to build endurance and perseverance for the sport of their choice. Our goal is to offer boxing as a deterrent to gun violence by building character and responsibility for the community in which participants live. Stevenson and Moses Boxing For Life is a viable force in the community. Stevenson and Moses Boxing For Life is the vision of Willie and Robyn Moses, along with their grandson 2016 Olympic Silver Medalist in Boxing Shakur Stevenson. For more info on Stevenson Moses Boxing for life organization visit: https://www.stevesonmosesboxingforlife.org or https://www.facebook.com/smboxingforlife/

ABOUT THE ORGANIZERS

About CC Minton

CC Minton is Board President of Stevenson Moses Boxing for Life. A nationally recognized award-winning advocate, author, and lifestyle ambassador, and media contributor, CC is a recipient of the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition Leadership Award and a Best Kids Book Author.

Invited by the Press Office of First Lady Michelle Obama to cover the Kids State Dinner, as health and lifestyle editor for Harlem World Magazine, CC took readers on a visual journey inside the East Room and outside to the White House Kitchen Garden.

As health and lifestyle editor, personal interviews with high profile notables include Judge “Greg” Mathis, Shark Tanks lemonade entrepreneur Mikaila Ulmer, and International Chef Marcus Samuelsson. She has covered NYC charity events whose guest included B-Smith, fashion icon Stephen Burrows, Cicely Tyson, Common, Nick Cannon, and Alicia Keys.

A community leader that added an entrepreneurial focus to her work, CC tackled big business as a New York/New Jersey NFL Super Bowl XLVIII corporate partner. Her love for community is at the center of what she does as a humanitarian. CC took the lead as Chairperson for the Junior League’s Health and Nutrition Initiative and co-hosted the first Team USA Olympic Day sanctioned event in the City of Newark. She also served as a guest panelist at the Jack and Jill of America Childhood Obesity Forum in Washington, DC.

About Gregory Burrus

Gregory Burrus is a local live music ambassador, event developer and community partner that develops, manages, promotes and documents local community events in the Greater New Jersey and New York area. Burrus sits on a number of local boards and committees and serves as a Board Member Maplewood Community Music, Vice President of the Northern New Jersey Blues Alliance, Curates and Promotes the South Orange Downtown After Sundown Live Music Concerts, the South Orange 24 Hours of Music Festival, the SOPAC Playing Around South Orange Music Initiative, the Maplewood 4th of Music Live Music Events, Newark’s Jazz973 at Clements Place Jazz Series, NYC John Jay College Myrna Bain Scholarship Fundraiser, the Orange NJ Valley Arts Music Programs, Creator of the South Orange Farmers Market Jazz Jam, along with booking bands at many other local venues. Showcasing, photographing, videotaping events and happenings as they occur around town while living life every day to the fullest. Learn more at – Gregory Burrus – Gregory Burrus Live Music Ambassador.

DATE AND TIME

Mon, December 10, 2018

6:30 PM – 9:30 PM EST

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LOCATION

The Wilshire Grand Hotel

350 Pleasant Valley Way

West Orange, NJ 07052

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OrganizerCC Minton And Gregory Burrus

Organizer of Ringside for a Cause with Stevenson Moses Boxing for Life

About CC Minton

CC Minton is Board President of Stevenson Moses Boxing for Life. A nationally recognized award-winning health and lifestyle advocate, author, and media contributor, CC is a recipient of the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition Leadership Award and a Best Kids Book Author.

Invited by the Press Office of First Lady Michelle Obama to cover the Kids State Dinner, as health and lifestyle editor for Harlem World Magazine, CC took readers on a visual journey inside the East Room and outside to the White House Kitchen Garden.

As health and lifestyle editor, personal interviews with high profile notables include Judge “Greg” Mathis, Shark Tanks lemonade entrepreneur Mikaila Ulmer, 2016 Olympic hurdler Kristi Castlin, and International Chef Marcus Samuelsson. She has covered NYC charity events whose guest included B-Smith, fashion icon Stephen Burrows, Cicely Tyson, Common, Nick Cannon, and Alicia Keys.

A community leader that added an entrepreneurial focus to her work, CC tackled big business as a New York/New Jersey NFL Super Bowl XLVIII corporate partner. Her love for community is at the center of what she does as a humanitarian. CC took the lead as Chairperson for the Junior League’s Health and Nutrition Initiative and co-hosted the first Team USA Olympic Day sanctioned event in the City of Newark. She also served as a guest panelist at the Jack and Jill of America Childhood Obesity Forum in Washington, DC.

 

Jazz973 Presents Kelly Green Trio

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This a new FREE monthly Wednesday evening series called Jazz973@Clements, which focuses on local and emerging musicians and is curated by Gregory Burrus local promoter and producer at Clements Place Jazz.


Set 1 Sold out We now have two sets – Set 1 – 7 – 8:25 Set 2- 8:40 – 10:00


Acclaimed jazz pianist vocalist Kelly Green will present her trio, featuring incredible musicians Alex Tremblay on upright bass and Evan Hyde on drums. They will play an interactive, tightly arranged, and exciting set of material from the great American songbook and jazz classics including Cole Porter, Jerome Kern, Duke Ellington and Mulgrew Miller as well as original compositions by Kelly Green from her recently released debut album “Life Rearranged”.

“(Green) is no mere songwriter, but an artist and performer in toto…(she demonstrates) sure command of the piano and well trained voice”- C Michael Bailey, ALL ABOUT JAZZ. “Kelly Green is a triple threat here as pianist, vocalist, and composer,” -George Harris, JAZZ WEEKLY

Kelly Green

New York based pianist, vocalist, composer, bandleader, and educator Kelly Green was born and raised in a musical family in Central Florida. She began singing as a toddler, studying piano at age five, and found her passion for jazz at age eleven.

She received her Bachelors in Jazz Studies – performance at the University of North Florida where she studied piano and voice. She received the outstanding musician’s award every year at UNF. While in Jacksonville she performed weekly with her trio at many different venues and private events. In May 2011, she won the Generation Next Youth Talent Competition at the Jacksonville Jazz Festival.

In September 2014 she received her Masters in Jazz Piano Performance from William Paterson University where she studied with pianists Harold Mabern, James Weidman, and Mulgrew Miller among many other note-worthy faculty members. She was the pianist in the WP Jazz Orchestra in which performed alongside NEA Jazz Master Jimmy Heath and legendary vibraphonist Steve Nelson. Kelly received the Outstanding Graduate Music Student Award for her class. In June 2014 Kelly was chosen as the pianist in the William Paterson Colombia Band, which toured three cities in Colombia, South America where she taught at two week-long clinics and performed at three large concert halls.

Since moving up north, Kelly has performed at many notable clubs and venues in the area such as Blue Note, Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola, Apollo Theater, Minton’s, Smalls Jazz Club, Mezzrow, Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Jazz Standard, Ginny’s Supper Club, Gin Fizz, The Django, Zinc Bar, Fat Cat, B.B. Kings, Rockwood Music Hall, the 9th Note, Deerhead Inn, Trumpets Jazz Club, and Shanghai Jazz among many others. She performs most often with her trio, then her sextet. The Kelly Green Trio hosts weekly jam sessions at Cleopatra’s Needle every Sunday.

Kelly has performed in bands alongside established jazz musicians such as Christian McBride, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Jimmy Heath, Steve Nelson, Nat Reeves, Steve Williams, Bill Goodwin, Rich Perry, Winard Harper, Philip Harper, Steve Wilson, Stacy Dillard, Jonathan Barber, Josh Evans, Bruce Williams, Frank Lacy, James Zollar and Jovan Alexandre among others.

In December 2016 she recorded her debut album “Life Rearranged” featuring wonderful musicians Christian McBride, Steve Nelson, Josh Evans, Kush Abadey, Jovan Alexandre, Matt Dwonszyk, Noam Israeli, Tamir Shmerling, and Mike Troy. Since it’s release in October 2017, “Life Rearranged” has received notable reviews and radio play. It is featured as one of the Top 50 albums of 2017 in the LA Times by Scott Yanow. Yanow describes Green’s piano playing as, “sophisticated and modern while also being connected to the tradition,” and “her vocals are subtle, quietly expressive and full of insight.”

Alex Tremblay

Born and raised in North Providence, RI, Alex Tremblay found his passion in music at a young age. He came from a family of musicians which enabled him to hone his craft at a young age and would eventually lead him to further his studies at the Hartt School of Music at the University of Hartford, where he was a student of the schools renowned jazz department that was founded by the legendary Jazz Saxophonist/Composer, Jackie McLean. It was there that he met an studied with one of his bass heroes, Professor Nat Reeves.

After completing his studies in 2013 he moved to New York City to continue to study, grow, and perform. Since moving to New York his most recent teachers have been Larry Grenadier and Gregg August. He currently resides in Brooklyn and is an active member of the music community in and around New York City. He has performed at many well known New York venues as well as venues abroad such as, Ginny’s Supper Club, The Blue Note, Jazz Standard, The Cotton Club (Tokyo), Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Iridium, BB King’s, Minton’s, The Cutting Room, Shanghai Jazz, The Kitano, Smoke Jazz Supper Club, Mezzrow, Smalls Jazz Club, Fat Cat, Sleep No More, Bar Next Door, SubCulture, and Terra Blues. He has also performed with the likes of Cyrille Aimeé, Jerry Dodgion, Bennie Wallace, Lew Tabackin, Andrew Renfroe, Taber Gable, Jonathan Barber, Kelly Green Trio, Jovan Alexandre, Gary Smulyan, Johnny O’ Neal, Larry Willis, Donald Vega, Phillip Harper, Pete Malinverni, Alina Engibaryan, Shawnn Monteiro, Steve Davis, Winard Harper, David Schnitter, Lawrence Clark, Philip Dizack, Jumaane Smith, Khalili Kwame Bell, Antoinette Montague, Josh Evans, Solomon Hicks, Highline Chamber Ensemble, Billy Drummond, Don Hahn, John Mosca, and Ralph LaLama.

In addition to his illustrious performing accolades, Alex is a wonderful educator. He is currently the director of the after school jazz program for BackCountry Jazz, the Bassist/Contractor for the Newport Festival Foundation’s Newport Jazz Assembly, and a Clinician for Arts By The People’s “And the Beat Goes On” program for seniors and the elderly.

Evan Hyde

Drummer, percussionist, composer, and educator Evan Hyde is a sensitive and versatile musician with extensive experience performing in a wide spectrum of styles and genres. Hyde began his career in 2004 in his hometown of Grand Rapids, MI, where he began working as a freelance percussionist during high school. Evan has since become a high in-demand jazz drummer throughout the United States and abroad. Evan has performed with a veritable “who’s who” in the jazz world, with recent collaborations including Russell Malone, Helen Sung, Stanley Jordan, Shelly Berg, Kenny Barron, Cheryl Bentyne, John Daversa, Brian Lynch, David Binney, Ira Sullivan, Gene Perla, Antonio Adolfo & Carol Saboya, Jamey Haddad, and Take 6.

Hyde’s pursuits as a composer and a bandleader have also earned recognition. He was competitively selected to be a member of the 2015 class of Betty Carter’s ‘Jazz Ahead’ artist-in-residence program at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., as well as the 2016 International Workshop in Jazz & Creative Music at the Banff Centre in Alberta, Canada. Hyde has also been recognized by Downbeat Magazine’s annual Student Music Awards with his band, the Evan Hyde Group, winning the graduate small jazz combo category in 2016 and receiving an outstanding small group composition award for his original composition “Depredation”, also in 2016.

As an educator, Hyde has established himself as a knowledgable and passionate mentor, having taught as adjunct faculty at Grand Rapids Community College and Kellogg Community College. He has presented clinics and master classes at numerous schools and jazz camps around North America including the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA), the Keith Hall Summer Drum Intensive (Kalamazoo, MI) and the Jalisco Jazz Festival Tónica Jazz Workshop (Guadalajara, Mexico), while also teaching in his own private home studio.

Hyde completed his undergraduate studies in music at Western Michigan University, where he studied with Keith Hall and jazz legend Billy Hart. He then went on to study with drummer Bill Goodwin and pianist Mulgrew Miller at William Paterson University for one year before choosing to continue his graduate studies at University of Miami’s Frost School of Music. At the Frost School, Evan studied with Steve Rucker and Terence Blanchard, and he was also appointed a fellow of the prestigious Henry Mancini Institute. Evan received his Master of Music degree in Studio Music & Jazz from the University of Miami, and is currently based in New York City.

Kelly Green Trio

Kelly Green and Alex Tremblay met in 2015 while playing in various bands and having many mutual friends in New York City. They began playing together often, hiring each other whenever possible, and soon began running two weekly jam sessions together. Evan Hyde moved to the city at the end of 2016 and began frequenting their jam sessions. He and Alex Tremblay were both selected for the Betty Carter “Jazz Ahead” program in 2015 and already knew each other very well as friends and musicians. Kelly and Evan had also met previously at William Paterson University where they both attended during different years. Once they began playing as a trio they realized there is a very special connection began playing as many performances together as possible. Through playing together often they are creating a specific sound, language and vibe; they enjoy playing arrangements of jazz standards and original music.

This trio is special because they have spent time cultivating a sound as a unit and have built the repertoire and arrangements together. They have created a specific language within the group and love sharing their passion with diverse audiences. There is room for the music to change and grow as the ensemble continues to build its repertoire and audience; each performance is unique, highly interactive, and improvised.


Hi This is Gregory Burus, Your Live Music Ambassador aand Jazz973Producer, Curator and Promoter. . I encourage you to come on out and hear this very special group- the Kelly Green Trio as they continue delivering their deep and important contributions to this musical genre we love called jazz.

What better place than Clements Place Jazz which has established itself for it’s absolutely fabulous listening environment and for having some of the best jazz patrons in the tri state area. You will be very impressed with their pofessionalism and their very beautiful sound. We will be rocking.

SAVE THE DATE – Please come on out so we can do this more often and hope to see you in this FREE Clements Place Jazz Event Space in Newark.

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Jazz973 Presents TNT Quartet w Peter Lin

TNT Quartet Peter Lin by Gregory Burrus

This a new FREE monthly Wednesday evening series called “Jazz973@Clements”, which focuses on local and emerging musicians and is curated by Gregory Burrus local promoter and producer at Clements Place Jazz.

The TnT Quartet provides a fresh look into the classic trombone & tenor sax frontline repertoire as well as exciting originals. Fueled by the underlying foundation of the hard swinging and funky groove, the beat is considered the most essential element in our group. All the members of the quartet are established, world-renowned musicians in the New Jersey/New York area. They perform prolifically throughout the tri-state area.

Peter Lin – trombone
JD Allen – tenor sax
Nic Cacioppo – drums
Ian Kenselaar – bass

PETER LIN – Trombone

Born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Taiwanese-American trombonist Peter Lin has been recently described by Downbeat Magazine as “solid, fluid, and smooth”. He received his B.A. Music from William Paterson University and MM for Jazz Trombone Studies at Rutgers University. He is currently a faculty member at Jazz House Kids in Montclair, NJ. He has studied with jazz legends such as Slide Hampton, Steve Turre, Conrad Herwig, Robin Eubanks, Steve Davis, & Frank Lacy. He has performed with many notable artists including Slide Hampton, Winard Harper, Charli Persip, JD Allen, Valerie Ponomarev, & Radam Schwartz. He recently released an album with The Lintet called “With Respect”, which has peaked at #4 on the RMR Jazz Charts.

JD ALLEN – Sax

After moving to New York City from Detroit, JD Allen played with George Cables, Betty Carter, Ron Carter, Jack DeJohnette, Frank Foster, Butch Morris, David Murray, and Wallace Roney. Closer to his generation, he has played with Lucian Ban, Cindy Blackman, Gerald Cleaver, Dave Douglas, Orrin Evans, Duane Eubanks, Marcus Gilmore, Russell Gunn, Winard Harper, Elisabeth Kontomanou, Meshell Ndegeocello, Jeremy Pelt, Eric Revis.

Allen’s first solo album, In Search Of (Criss Cross, 1999), led to his selection as Best New Artist in Italy. In 2002, his second album was chosen a top ten album of the year by Jazziz magazine. Ten years later he was named best composer and best tenor saxophonist in the Critics’ Poll at DownBeat magazine. A critic at NPR picked his album Victory (Sunnyside, 2011) for the number three spot in the top twenty albums of 2011.

NIC CACIOPPO- Drums

Drummer and composer Nic Cacioppo grew up in a musical household (mother, father and brother all musicians/educators) As a teenager, he started early playing gigs in Philadelphia. After finishing high school, he moved to Northern New Jersey to attend William Paterson University. Since migrating to New Jersey, Cacioppo has had the honor of working with world class musicians including Johnny O’Neal, Gene Perla, Slide Hampton, Tyshawn Sorey, and Wallace Roney. He can most commonly be found performing in NJ, NYC, and PA.

IAN KENSELAAR – Bass

Ian Kenselaar was born and raised in Maplewood, NJ where he was first introduced to the rich culture of jazz by his musically driven family. Ian an NJPAC Jazz for Teens program alumini, a JAZZ HOUSE KiDS alumni, a former Student Services Associate and immersed himself in the music by spent time and accompanying student ensembles during their performances, as part of the Emerging Musicians Community Concert (EMC2) program. . Ian is comfortable performing classic jazz standards as well as fun arrangements arranged by other composers.

Currently very much in demand, Ian performs regularly in the New York, New Jersey metropolitan area with his Ian Kenselaar Trio, currently at The Hutton in Jersey City. Has performed as a sideman with other world-renowned jazz artist, played various venues such as the New Brunswick Jazz Project, NYC Smalls Live, South Orange Downtown After Sundown, ,Powers Market North Bennington, Vermont, Zlante Uste Golden Festival, Bklyn NY, Montclair Food & Wine Festival and more

Jazz973 invites you to join us at as these emerging jazz musicians continue delivering their deep and important contributions to this musical genre we love called jazz. What better place than Clements Place Jazz which has established itself for it’s absolutely fabulous listening environment and for having some of the best jazz patrons in the tri state area. Street and Edison Parking Lots Close By –

SAVE THE DATE – Please come on out so we can do this more often and hope to see you in this FREE Clements Place Jazz Event Space in Newark.

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DATE AND TIME

Wed, September 12, 2018

7:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT

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LOCATION

Clements Place Jazz Events

15 Washington Street

Newark, NJ 07102

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OrganizerGregory Burrus

Organizer of Jazz973@Clements Place Presents TNT Quartet

 

 

Gregory Burrus is a local live music ambassador, event developer an community partner that develops, manages, promotes and documents local community events in the Greater New Jersey and New York Area.

Gregory Burrus sits on a number of local boards and committees and serves as the Board Member Maplewood Community Music, Manages, Vice President of the North Jersey Blues Alliance, Curates and Promotes the South Orange Downtown After Sundown Live Music Concerts, the South Orange 24 Hours of Music Festival, the SOPAC Playing Around South Orange Music Initiative, the Maplewood 4th of Music Live Music Events, Newark’s Jazz973 at Clements Place Jazz Series, NYC John Jay College Myrna Bain Scholarship Fundraiser, the Orange NJ ValleyArts Music Programs, Creator of the South Orange Farmers Market Jazz Jam, along with booking bands at many other local venues.

Showcasing, photographing, videotaping events and happenings as they occur around town while living life every day to the fullest. Learn more at :

Gregory Burrus – Gregory Burrus Live Music Ambassador

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