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(Published: April 26, 2007)

For reservations and further information, please call:
or e-mail us at info@bargemusic.org
Tickets are $35 regular, $30 seniors, $20 students

Located at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge, Bargemusic begins its Thursday night JAZZ Series starting in June 2007. Please find the June schedule below with more performances to come!

Imagine a truly unique New York City location with charm, history and spectacular water views. A location that will delight even the most sophisticated socialite or businessperson. And envision this against the magnificent backdrop of the New York City skyline.

The venue is Bargemusic, a floating concert hall that The New York Times calls "inviting... ideally intimate... with grand views." The 102-foot long covered barge, which was once used to transport coffee, is beloved by discriminating concertgoers around the world and is now one of New York City's most unusual and enchanting event venues.

June 7th • Thursday • 8:00pm
The Opening Jazz Night on the Barge with legendary Jazz Pianist and Composer Dick Hyman.

June 14th • Thursday • 8:00pm
Jeff Newell's New-Trad Octet
(Jeff Newell, Saxophone; David Smith, Trumpet; Alan Ferber, Trombone; Marcus Rojas, Tuba; Dave Phelps, Guitar; Tricia Woods, Piano; Tom Hubbard, Bass; Brian Woodruff, Drums)
Imagine the sound of a traditional New Orleans parade band that veers off into be-bop melodies and modern harmonies, and you have a rough idea of what Newell's octet is all about. Like New Orleans culture itself, this ensemble represents a fantastic mixture of influences

June 21st • Thursday • 8:00pm
Jesse Elder's Jazz Quintet
(Tatum Greenblatt, Trumpet; Jeremy Viner, Tenor saxophone; Jesse Elder, Piano/composition; Matt Brewer, Bass; Tommy Crane, Drums) will play all original compositions.

June 28th • Thursday • 8:00pm
The Randy Sandke Jazz Trio (Randy Sandke, Trumpet; Howard Alden, Guitar; Nicki Parrot, Bass). The program will be announced from the stage.

Fulton Ferry Landing • Brooklyn, New York 11201 • 718.624.4061 • http://www.bargemusic.org/

More Information: http://www.bargemusic.org/

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