Archive: Summer Jazz Cafe 2014
Summer Jazz Café at the Two River Theater
July 11 & 12. Houston Person Quartet – Soulful tenor sax man and master of popular songs played in a relaxed highly accessible style.
July 18 & 19. Stephanie Wrembel Quartet. - French-born guitarist/composer/stylist in the mode of the iconic French Sinti guitarist Django Reinhardt.
July 25 & 26. Sweet Whiskey Band (Songs under the Influence) - Vocalist Maggie Worsdale & pianist John Colianni team up for a fun romp through the American songbook and beyond.
August 1 & 2. Bruce Williams and Radam Schwartz Organ Band.
- Also appearing; opening act showcase of students from our own Jazz Arts Academy Summer Camp.
Red Bank, NJ Summer 2014 — Jazz Arts Project, Inc. will present the 9th Annual Summer Jazz Café Series at the Two River Theater, Red Bank, Friday & Saturday evenings beginning July 11 through August 2, 2014. This series is curated by the Jazz Arts Project, a non-profit organization that presents world-class music events and unique educational programs for area youth. All proceeds help support head-start style music instruction and enrichment for at-risk and underserved youth.
Audiences, artists, and critics alike rave about Jazz Arts Project’s Summer Jazz Café, citing an excellent atmosphere, great acoustics, and consistently high level of artistry as reasons to return.
Jazz Arts artisitc director Joe Muccioli said, “This is a Great Date Night Idea for summer. Snuggle up with your significant other or a new friend and enjoy an evening of elegant world-class jazz. Enjoy coffee, tea and delectable treats available from our café or bring your favorite bottle of wine and share a New York style nightclub atmosphere at a fraction of the price.”
About Jazz Arts Project, Inc.
Jazz Arts Project, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that produces 25 to 30 events each year, from intimate jazz cafe nights to large scale events at festivals and concert halls, such as the Count Basie Theatre. Additionally, educational workshops and special programs are provided for at-risk and disadvantaged youth. Learn more at www.JazzArtsProject.org.
Ticket prices are kept to an absolute minimum in order to encourage wide participation and to build an audience for jazz in the local area. These events are subsidized to an extent by local grants and private funding and individual contributions from our members and patrons.