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Address: Broadway and 60th Street
City: New York
State: NY
Date Time Event Description
Mar-22-18 07:30 PM Flamenco Festival NY: DORANTES with Adam Ben Ezra and special guest Tim Ries

With pianist DORANTES, bassist Adam Ben Ezra, and saxophonist Tim Ries


Presented as part of the New York Flamenco Festival, this special program features three exceptional artists who have utilized multiple genres to break down barriers. Pianist DORANTES, known as the “Paco de Lucía of the keys,” gracefully combines classical, jazz, Celtic, and Brazilian influences, resulting in a unique style that has earned him fans and critical acclaim around the world. Bass phenomenon Adam Ben Ezra is a pioneer on the instrument who blends jazz, Latin, and Mediterranean music. Special guest Tim Ries is a saxophone titan who performs with top names across multiple genres, including the Rolling Stones, Chano Dominguez, and Sara Baras. For three nights, Flamenco Meets Jazz at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola.


This performance is supported by Prodetur, Sevilla Turismo.

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Mar-25-18 07:30 PM Miho Hazama and m_unit

With composer/conductor Miho Hazama; reeds players Ben Kono, Jeremy Powell, and Andrew Gutauskas; trumpeter Jonathan Powell; french horn player Daniel Salera; violinists Tomoko Akaboshi and Sita Chay; violist Matt Consul; cellist Marta Bagratuni; vibraphonist Yuhan Su; pianist Glenn Zaleski; bassist Jorge Roeder; and drummer Jared Schonig

Tokyo-born composer Miho Hazama is one of New York’s most distinctive young talents. Lauded in DownBeat as one of “25 for the Future,” Hazama is a classically-trained, jazz-oriented pianist with a bold and unique compositional voice. Her 13-piece jazz chamber orchestra m_unit includes strings, horns, woodwinds, and a piano/bass/drums rhythm section. The group moves fluidly through a distinct hybrid of big band jazz, contemporary classical music, and pop that gives ample attention to both swinging jazz solo sections and sweeping, through-written passages that make full use of the eclectic instrumentation. The music is well-written and full of surprises, the musicians are spectacular, and it’s all much more widely accessible than it might sound on paper, particularly for listeners without a lot of experience with jazz. Don’t miss her at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola.

Mar-26-18 07:30 PM Manhattan School of Music Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra

The Manhattan School of Music has long been a fixture of the New York music scene and prides itself as one of the first conservatories in the United States to acknowledge the prime importance of jazz as an art form. The Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra, led by multi-Grammy Award nominee Bobby Sanabria, boasts two separate Latin Grammy Award nominations, an exceptional accomplishment for a student ensemble that underscores its extraordinary pool of talent. Every time they come to Dizzy’s it’s a wild new experience; their most recent performance celebrated West Side Story’s 60th anniversary with a Latin jazz makeover, and this upcoming performance will present classic cartoon and television music in an Afro-Cuban big band context. Come check out the next generation of stars and enjoy a one-of-a-kind performance.

Mar-26-18 08:00 PM Randy Newman
Mar-27-18 07:30 PM Judy Carmichael Quartet with special guest Harry Allen

With vocalist and pianist Judy Carmichael, and tenor saxophonist Harry Allen

“…astounding, flawless, captivating.” The New York Times.

Judy Carmichael is a Grammy Award-nominated pianist, vocalist, and songwriter who has hosted Judy Carmichael’s Jazz Inspired on NPR for 18 years and counting. For well over 30 years she has been a stride piano master (nicknamed “Stride” by Count Basie himself), and she has given performances for the likes of Rod Stewart, Robert Redford, and Bill Clinton. Her performance tonight is a celebration of love songs both happy and sad, featuring her own witty compositions on the subject. Carmichael’s group will feature her writing partner—the great tenor saxophonist Harry Allen—as special guest. It’s been a few years since Carmichael last performed at Dizzy’s, so don’t miss this icon while she’s here.

Mar-27-18 08:00 PM Rosanne Cash
Mar-27-18 11:15 PM Late Night Session: Caili O’Doherty: Lil Hardin Armstrong Project

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.

Mar-29-18 07:30 PM The DIVA Jazz Orchestra's 25th Anniversary Celebration and CD Release Party

Core band with leader/drummer Sherrie Maricle; pianist Tomoko Ohno; bassist Noriko Ueda; alto saxophonists Alexa Taylor and Mercedes Beckman; tenor saxophonist/clarinetist Janelle Reichman; tenor saxophonist Cynthia Mullis; baritone saxophonist Leigh Pilzer; trumpeters Liesl Whitaker, Jami Dauber, Rachel Therrien, and Barbara Laronga; trombonists Jennifer Krupa, Hailey Brinnel, and Leslie Havens

With special featured guests trumpeter Ingrid Jensen (March 29), vocalist Camille Thurman (March 30-31), and clarinetist Anat Cohen (April 1)


The all-female DIVA Jazz Orchestra exudes the excitement and force found in the historic big band tradition. With Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola as its “New York City home,” DIVA performs all over the world, playing contemporary, mainstream big band jazz composed and arranged to fit the individual personalities and styles of the musicians. Tonight’s performance is an album release party celebrating 25 years of the DIVA Jazz Orchestra, featuring all new tunes written by members of the band. Audiences can expect an explosive performance packed with stunning improvisation, spontaneity, and an emphasis on fun. 

Mar-31-18 06:00 PM JIMY GRAHAM
Apr-02-18 07:30 PM Brubeck Institute Jazz Quintet with Special Guest Carl Allen

Winners of eight DownBeat Student Music Awards for Best Collegiate Jazz Group, the Brubeck Institute Jazz Quintet has performed all over the world, from top jazz clubs and festivals to an appearance at the United Nations as part of the Dave Brubeck forum, Jazz: A Language for Peace. Recent graduates of the group have played at Jazz at Lincoln Center multiple times and are now highly active jazz professionals. The 2017–2018 members of this prestigious ensemble are Evan Abounassar on trumpet, Isaiah Collier on saxophone, Xach Wagner on guitar, Gabe Rupe on bass, and Maya Stepansky on drums. Special guest drummer Carl Allen is a world-class jazz veteran who has worked with such musicians as Freddie Hubbard, Christian McBride, and Benny Green. This performance will highlight the incredible talent being fostered through educational outreach within the jazz community.