I have been leading the Town Ensemble for 3 years.. this our 3rd concert. It will be a wild adventure
Tribute To Roswell Rudd at City Winery April 23 w/Sexmob, Medeski, Nels Cline, Fay Victor, Ray Anderson, Bob Stewart, Trombone Tribe, Lafayette Harris and Ken Filiano
Tuesdays (except April 30) at 8ish
Sexmob with special guests Marcus Rojas and Allison Miller will play at the SOS Benefit Festival Dec 8 at 8:30 PM..Brian Marcela at 7:00
Happylucky No. 1 is located at 734 Nostrand Ave in Crown Heights, Brooklyn
with Davell Crawford, John Medeski, Arturo O'Farrill, Amy Helm, Paul Shaffer, Tom McDermott, Brian Mitchell, Richard Julian and secret guests!! The Hot 9 and Jambalaya Band!!
OCT 2p LPR
After 20 years, Sexmob makes it's 1st run at a NYC jazz club! And the Millennial Territory Orchestra returns to its Monday night home from 1992-1994.
March 8 Sexmob
March 9 Sexmob meets Medeski
March 10/11 Millennial Territory Orchestra
tickets at www.jazzstandard.com
This show brings together three cities that have been focal points in the evolution of the music known as Jazz: New Orleans, Havana and New York. Hosted by multi Grammy winners Arturo O’Farrill & The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra, the show features the great New Orleans pianist, NEA Jazz Master Ellis Marsalis, patriarch of New Orlean’s great musical family. At the same time it is also a meeting of two of New York City's most creative, accomplished and mischievous arrangers – O’Farrill and slide-trumpet virtuoso Steven Bernstein, along with two of the city's most exciting and innovative large ensembles the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra and the Hot 9’s. The Cuba & New Orleans spirit is filtered and seasoned by the New York style of experimentation both O’Farrill & Bernstein bring to the table. Expect “Upside Down and Turned Around” takes and various traditional themes and non-traditional excursions.
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Bringing together New Orleans, Havana and New York, Arturo O’Farrill & The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra welcome the great New Orleans pianist, NEA Jazz Master Ellis Marsalis, patriarch of New Orleans great musical family. Plus the meeting of two of NYC's most creative, accomplished and mischievous composers & arrangers – O’Farrill and slide-trumpet virtuoso Steven Bernstein, along with his powerhouse band, the Hot 9. Cuba & New Orleans flavor is seasoned by the New York style of experimentation both O’Farrill & Bernstein bring to the table.
Fri, Jan 26, 2018 8:00pm
(pre-show moderated conversation at 7pm)
Sat, Jan 27, 2018 8:00pm
Symphony Space - Peter Jay Sharp Theatre
2537 Broadway at 95th Street, New York, NY 10025-6990
Standard : $40/$30/$20
Children, Members, Seniors, Students : $20/$15/$10
Day of Show : $45/$35/$25
Tickets - Tel: (212) 864-5400
NOVEMBER 6th 7:30 PM, BELL CENTRE, MONTREAL
The family of Leonard Cohen invites fans from around the world to join them, along with renowned musicians, the Prime Minister of Canada and the Premier of Quebec in celebrating Cohen’s legacy for Tower of Song: A Memorial Tribute to Leonard Cohen at the Bell Centre in Montreal on Nov. 6, 2017. Participating artists include Elvis Costello, Lana Del Rey, Feist, Philip Glass, k.d. lang, Wesley Schultz and Jeremiah Fraites of The Lumineers, Damien Rice, Sting, Patrick Watson, Steven Bernstein and Adam Cohen.
“My father left me with a list of instructions before he passed: ‘Put me in a pine box next to my mother and father. Have a small memorial for close friends and family in Los Angeles…and if you want a public event do it in Montreal,’” said singer-songwriter Adam Cohen “I see this concert as a fulfilment of my duties to my father that we gather in Montreal to ring the bells that still can ring.”
Music Director Steven Bernstein Leads an All-Star Lineup of New York Musicians with Special Guest Artists, Poets and Narrators
Featuring LISA FISCHER, HAL WILLNER, WILL HERMES & more
A Benefit to Support The Town Hall Foundation and the Town Hall Arts in Education Program
Revisiting the history of The Town Hall means exploring some of the most important social and musical events in New York City over the past century. And with the debut of The Town Hall Ensemble performing City Suite on October 22nd, audience members will share in some of the great moments and movements that occurred on this iconic stage. A newly-formed and rotating all-star collective directed by trumpeter, arranger and bandleader Steven Bernstein and featuring some of the best musicians in New York City, The Town Hall Ensemble will perform a concert suite celebrating social justice movements and historic music performances at the Town Hall. This benefit concert will support the Town Hall Foundation and the Town Hall Arts in Education program, including the new Town Hall Ensemble music outreach initiative, gearing up for the venue’s 100th anniversary in 2021.
Tickets and more information here.
"Sexmob, globetrotting stalwarts of NYC's downtown jazz scene led by trumpeter Steven Bernstein, performs their original score to Maciste All'inferno, a seminal work of the Italian silent era." This will happen at BRIC's Celebrate Brooklyn! Thursday, July 27th | 7:30 | Brooklyn, NY
Sexmob w/ John Medeski at City Winery NYC on Wed, August 9th | 8PM
Butler, Bernstein & The Hot 9 at VAIL JAZZ Festival This July 13th | 6PM | Vail, CO
Aspen Art Museum July 14th | | 9PM | Aspen, CO
"The Big Easy comes to Caramoor when New Orleans pianist Henry Butler teams with trumpeter/arranger Steven Bernstein and The Hot 9 for a tour through the classic early songbooks of Fats Waller, Jelly Roll Morton, and many more... a scintillating set in which the earliest roots of jazz were transported to the age of 21st-century postmodernism.” ( Houston Press). Friday, July 28th | 8PM | NY
"UMS brings the Big Easy to Downtown Home & Garden with a season-opening event featuring Butler, Bernstein & The Hot 9". Friday, Sept 8th | 8PM | Ann Arbor, MI
"And there's something a little garage bandy (ph) about Sexmob's vibe in a good way. Their new CD, "Cultural Capital," was recorded at a home studio and comes in a plain, brown cardboard sleeve. Brass man Steven Bernstein writes the catchy tunes which are peppered with dance beats from tango to Jamaican dub to Jewish wedding. They can play tight but also have gleefully rude side. Saxophonist Briggan Krauss is their go-to guy for that."
Listen/Read Kevin Whitehead's review here!
* Physical copies of Cultural Capital are available for sale exclusively at Downtown Music Gallery.
Steven Bernstein, multi-instrumentalist Peter Apfelbaum, and drummer Billy Martin, are taking the artistic reins of this important institution.
Read the whole article here!
* By GIOVANNI RUSSONELLO, JUNE 26, 2017 on the New York Times