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Trio da Paz & Friends with Maucha Adnet, Harry Allen, and Claudio Roditi

Music of Getz, Jobim & Brazilian Classics

Keeping an unprecedented streak alive for the 12th consecutive year, Trio da Paz comes to Dizzy’s Club for a two-week summer residency. Formed in 1990 by three of Brazil's most in-demand master musicians, Romero Lubambo, Nilson Matta, and Duduka da Fonseca, Trio da Paz updates the infectious spirit of jazz-oriented Brazilian music. With their harmonically adventurous interactions, daring improvisations, and dazzling rhythms, this group redefines Brazilian jazz. Reserve your seats quickly to make sure you don’t miss out on this high-demand annual tradition!


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Milton Suggs Quintet: Horace Silver’s The United States of Mind

Though a distinctive artist in his own right, vocalist Milton Suggs has a special gift for inspired explorations of his favorite singers and composers. In his return to Dizzy’s Club, Suggs and his band will now perform selections from Horace Silver’s The United States of Mind, a three-album collection from the early 1970s that saw the iconic Silver place a greater emphasis on vocals, soul, and funk.


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Late Night Session: Enoit Music: Darrell Green Quintet

With drummer Darrell Green, trumpeter Wallace Roney Jr., alto saxophonist Jordan Young, tenor saxophonist Elijah Easton, and bassist Tom di Carlo.


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Ruben Fox presents Ellingtonia featuring Joy Brown, Samara Joy and Vuyo Sotashe

Music direction by Ruben Fox and Chris Pattishall

Our month-long Generations in Jazz Festival kicks off with some top young talent performing works written and inspired by the timeless Duke Ellington. Under the music direction of pianist Chris Pattishall and saxophonist/bandleader Ruben Fox, a phenomenal trio of vocalists will perform a wide range of Duke’s famous vocal compositions.


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Ted Nash Trio featuring Steve Cardenas and Ben Allison

“Somewhere Else: West Side Story Songs” Album Release

Saxophonist and composer Ted Nash is a vital part of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, a celebrated bandleader, and a visionary composer at the top of his game. Tonight he returns to Dizzy’s Club to celebrate the release of his latest album, Somewhere Else: West Side Story Songs.



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Late Night Session: Bruce Harris

With trumpeter Bruce Harris.


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Lessons from our Masters: Frank Lacy’s Tromboniverse

The Lessons from our Masters series features a master of jazz alongside a multigenerational band. Tonight’s master is trombonist Frank Lacy, an utterly distinctive musician who has worked extensively with such greats as McCoy Tyner, Henry Threadgill, Dizzy Gillespie, and Oliver Lake.


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Lessons from our Masters: Sheila Jordan/Steve Kuhn Duo

Vocalist Sheila Jordan, called "the singer with the million-dollar ears” by her friend and teacher Charlie Parker, has long been famous for specializing in the duo format. She and master pianist Steve Kuhn have been playing together since the early 1960s, starting shortly after Kuhn’s stint in the John Coltrane Quartet, and around the time of Jordan’s debut album—the first record Blue Note Records ever produced for a vocalist.


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Lessons from Our Masters: Victor Lewis with the Josh Evans Quartet

Tonight’s master musician is legendary drummer and composer Victor Lewis. Lewis will play tonight alongside a group led by trumpeter Josh Evans, a rising star in the jazz scene who, despite his relatively young age, has also consistently been called on by modern icons like Christian McBride, Jackie McLean, Cedar Walton, and Gregory Porter.



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Etienne Charles Big Band

Etienne Charles is a world-renowned trumpeter, percussionist, composer, bandleader, member of the SFJAZZ Collective, and a recent Guggenheim Fellow. Tonight marks his long-awaited return to Dizzy’s Club and his first appearance with his own big band.


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Late Night Dance Session: Bruce Harris

With trumpeter Bruce Harris.