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Address: Broadway and 60th Street
City: New York
State: NY
Date Time Event Description
Jun-23-18 11:15 PM LATE NIGHT DANCE SESSION: Charles Turner III & Uptown Swing

Tuesday-Saturday evenings, doors open at 11:15pm for Late Night Sessions featuring some of the most talented emerging artists in jazz. There are no reservations for Late Night Sessions - just swing by! This month, Thursday and Saturday evenings will be hosted by Julian Lee.

Jun-26-18 07:30 PM Christian Sands Trio

With pianist Christian Sands, bassist Yasushi Nakamura, drummer Jerome Jennings, and Special Guests

Christian Sands is only 28 years old, but he’s been playing piano for the past 26 years and has five Grammy Award nominations under his belt. Wynton Marsalis named him a “jazz star of the future,” and he spent years as the pianist in Christian McBride’s trio. Tonight he joins us as Creative Ambassador and Co-Producer of the Erroll Garner Jazz Project, helping to illuminate Garner's indelible cultural legacy and bringing his music to a new generation of fans. Bassist Yasushi Nakamura, drummer Jerome Jennings, and to-be-announced special guests will join Sands at Dizzy's for this exciting tribute project.

Jun-26-18 11:15 PM LATE NIGHT SESSION: Melanie Charles

Tuesday-Saturday evenings, doors open at 11:15pm for Late Night Sessions featuring some of the most talented emerging artists in jazz. There are no reservations for Late Night Sessions - just swing by! This month, Thursday and Saturday evenings will be hosted by Julian Lee.

Jun-28-18 07:30 PM The Songs of Lerner and Loewe

With support from the Loewe Foundation, Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola celebrates the great Lerner and Loewe musicals by revisiting Lowe’s timeless compositions in a swinging jazz context. This program will continue the popular and fruitful relationship between musical theater and jazz—a relationship in which Lerner and Loewe played an essential role. In 1956, Shelly Manne’s My Fair Lady became the first jazz album ever to consist entirely of songs from a single Broadway musical, and before long other jazz artists like Quincy Jones, Nat “King” Cole, Oscar Peterson, and Dick Hyman released their own takes on the Lerner and Loewe classic. There’s plenty of potential left in this material for fresh interpretation and inspiration, and fans of the golden age of Broadway and Hollywood musicals will not want to miss this event.

Jul-13-18 07:30 PM Roni Ben-Hur Quartet with special guest Joyce Moreno

With pianist Helio Alves, bassist Itaiguara Brandao, drummer Helio Schiavo, and vocalist Joyce Moreno.

Roni Ben-Hur, is a formidable guitarist and with deep musical roots both in jazz and in the music of Brazil. For this performance, he is bringing a group of musicians from Brazil to pay tribute to some of the country’s beloved composers. “Expect uplifting sambas, sensual bossa novas, and much more—all infused with a New York jazz spice,” he explains. “I am especially excited about our special guest, legendary songstress Joyce Moreno. A true master of this music, Joyce has been on the vanguard of the evolution of Brazilian music and has charmed people around the world for many decades. I feel very fortunate to share the stage with her, and it will be a memorable experience to everyone in the room to hear her.”