Antoinette Montague Quartet at Harlem Brunch
(Published: July 05, 2014)
The Renaissance Jazz Brunch is pleased to feature a special performance by the Antoinette Montague Quartet.
Whether she’s belting out a blues number or whispering a gentle love song, Montague has become known for her evocative interpretive powers and technical prowess. She is a jazz singer who moves effortlessly between gutsy blues and hushed romantic ballads.
Antoinette has worked with such musicians as Winard Harper, Wycliffe Gordon, Frank Wess, the Duke Ellington Orchestra and Mike Longo's New York State of the Arts Orchestra. This singer is powerful, yet elegantly sensual with human warmth. a fabulous singer with style, depth and captivating energy.
“Jazz players love to accompany a genuine jazz singer and Antoinette is as real as they come: good range, phrasing and taste.”
Antoinette Montague, vocals
Danny Mixon, piano
Winard Harper, drums
Solomon Hicks, guitar
Chef Kenneth Collins (formerly of Ida Mae’s and Gospel Uptown in Harlem) prepares an all-you-can-eat buffet featuring Omelettes & Waffles, Farm-Fresh Salads, and Lunch Entrees, Pastries and Coffee/Tea/Soft Drinks.
Seating at 11:30 am & 1:30 pm
Music sets at 12 pm & 2 pm
46 West 116th St. (Lenox & Fifth)
Price: $29.99 (includes All-You-Can –Eat Buffet), Jazz Performance & Beverage)
More Information: http://www.mistharlem.com