04/01/13

WBGO and 54 Below to Sponsor Tuesday Jazz Series in NYC

Peter Bernstein opens series tomorrow

Newark, N.J., jazz station WBGO is launching a new series of live music at New York’s 54 Below nightclub, starting tomorrow night (April 2) with the Peter Bernstein Quintet featuring Jimmy Cobb, Harold Mabern, Frank Wess and John Webber. The shows will take place each Tuesday and are curated by veteran jazz programmer Todd Barkan. The schedule as of now is as follows:

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Peter Bernstein at 2010 Molde International Jazz Festival in Norway
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Gregory Porter
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Doc Severinsen, Florida, 3-13
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Tuesday, April 2 at 7PM and 9PM
Peter Bernstein Quintet with Jimmy Cobb, Harold Mabern, Frank Wess, and John Webber

Tuesday, April 9 at 7PM and 9PM
Barbara Carroll Quartet with Ken Peplowski

Tuesday, April 16 at 7PM and 9PM
Eddie Palmieri Latin Jazz Septet

Tuesday, May 7 at 7PM and 9PM
Nightsongs - An Evening with Janis Siegel from Manhattan Transfer

Tuesday, May 14 at 7PM and 9PM
Sing! Sing! Sing! The 75th Anniversary of Benny Goodman’s Historic Carnegie Hall Concert with Ken Peplowski, Jay Leonhart, Ehud Asherie, Willie Jones III, and more

Tuesday, June 25 at 7PM and 9PM
Cécile Mclorin Salvant with the Aaron Diehl Trio

There is a $25-$35 cover charge, and a $15 food and beverage minimum for the above WBGO Jazz Series event. To purchase tickets visit 54Below or call (866) 468-7619.

54 Below will also host a special weeklong engagement featuring Doc Severinsen and Jonathan Tunick. Showtimes are May 28-June 1 at 7PM and 9PM (Tues.-Thurs. at 7PM & 9PM, Fri. & Sat. at 7PM & 11PM). There is a $65 - $115 cover charge, and a $25 food and beverage minimum.

Also, singer Gregory Porter will perform April 14 and his show will be broadcast live, from 12:30-1:30 pm on WBGO Jazz 88.3 FM or wbgo.org.

54 Below is located at 254 West 54th Street.

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