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Summer Jazz Cafe Brings World-class Musicians to Red Bank NJ
(Published: June 27, 2007)

Summer Jazz Cafe Brings World-class Musicians to Red Bank NJ

The Summer Jazz Café will return this year for a 6-week run at downtown Red Bank's River's Edge Café, opening on June 29th with Brazilian trumpet master Claudio Roditi. Roditi, one of the most popular performers from last year's Summer Jazz Café at the Two River Theater, will play at the new venue, the River's Edge Café, which allows the Summer Jazz program to now offer a complete dining experience, in addition to worldclass jazz. Produced by the non-profit Jazz Arts Project of Red Bank, the jazz café will present a slate of top jazz performers on Fridays & Saturdays from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m., from June 29th through August 4. Other top musicians include the Tony DeSare Trio with Bucky Pizzarelli (also returning from last year), the Warren Vaché Quartet, the Isaac Ben Ayala Trio, and Joe Locke & Frank Kimbrough.

"Jazz lovers won't need to take a road trip to see these top musicians. We're bringing them right here to Red Bank, " said Joe Muccioli, Jazz Arts Project's Artistic Director, who selects the artists.

Submitted By: jazzears

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