Jazz, June-April

June 1: Jazz Vespers: NJPAC’s Wells Fargo Jazz for Teens at Bethany Baptist Church, Newark.

June 2: “Jazz Bash by Jazz Cats,” benefit for Montclair Animal Shelter at Trumpets, Montclair. With Enrico Granafei, Kristine Massari, Yashmin Charnet-Abler, Lula Valdivia, others.
June 2: Don Braden Quartet, Earth, Wind & Fire tribute at Old Franklin Schoolhouse, Metuchen.

June 7: Cécile McLorin Salvant with Fred Hersch, piano, at Berlind Theatre at McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton. Part of Jazz in June Festival.

June 8: Christian McBride & Tip City at Berlind Theatre at McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton. Part of Jazz in June Festival.

June 10: Jonathan Butler, Kirk Whalum at Wiggins Park, Camden.

June 14: Bill Frisell Trio at Berlind Theatre at McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton. Part of Jazz in June Festival.

June 15: Bill Charlap Trio at Berlind Theatre at McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton. Part of Jazz in June Festival.
June 15: Coro Lirico at Bickford Theatre at Morris Museum, Morris Township. “All That Classical Jazz” featuring compositions by Duke Ellington, Dave Brubeck, Bob Chilcott and others.

June 16: Jazzmeia Horn at Taplin Auditorium at Princeton University. Part of Princeton Festival.

June 18: Dennis DiBlasio Quintet at New Brooklyn Park, Sicklerville.

June 22: Vijay Iyer Sextet at Berlind Theatre at McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton. Part of Jazz in June Festival.

June 23: Mike Kaplan Nonet, “Duke Meets Monk” at Grunin Center at Ocean County College, Toms River.

June 24: Jeff Bradshaw and Friends at Wiggins Park, Camden.

July 7: Winard Harper & Jeli Posse at Old Franklin Schoolhouse, Metuchen.

July 8: Veronica Swift at Wiggins Park, Camden.

July 11: Evan Sherman Big Band at Bickford Theatre at Morris Museum, Morris Township.

July 18: “Dan Levinson’s Midsummer Night’s Jazz Party: Hot Nights in Harlem” at Bickford Theatre at Morris Museum, Morris Township.
July 18: Mike Boone Jazz Quintet at Cooper River Park, Pennsauken.

July 20: The Brubeck Brothers Quartet at Hopewell Theater.

July 25: Amani, “Nat King Cole at 100” at Bickford Theatre at Morris Museum, Morris Township. Featuring Stephen Fuller, vocals; Fred Fischer, piano and vocals; Flip Peters, guitar and vocals; Marty Eigen, tenor sax; Alex Grissel, bass; Vern Mobley, drums.

Aug. 1: Herb Alpert and Lani Hall at Mayo Performing Arts Center, Morristown.
Aug.1: Grove Street Stompers at Bickford Theatre at Morris Museum, Morris Township.

Aug. 4: Westerhoff School of Music & Art Jazz Faculty Band featuring Radam Schwartz, organ, at Old Franklin Schoolhouse, Metuchen.

Aug. 5: Stefon Harris & Blackout at Wiggins Park, Camden.

Aug. 8: The Bailsmen at Hopewell Theater.

Aug. 10: Montclair Jazz Festival with Eddie Palmieri and his Afro-Caribbean Jazz Sextet, Bettye LaVette, Christian McBride, Joey DeFrancesco, Mark Whitfield, Mike Lee and others, at Nishuane Park.

Aug. 17: Morristown Jazz and Blues Festival with Davy Knowles, the Bernard Allison Group, Rob Paparozzi’s Juke Joint, The Frank Vignola Trio, The Antoinette Montague Experience, at Morristown Green.

Aug. 19: Randy Brecker & the Brecker Brothers Band Reunion at Wiggins Park, Camden.

Aug. 24: Frank Bey at New Brooklyn Park, Sicklerville.

Sept. 14: Atlantic City Jazz Fest with Boney James, Najee, Pieces of a Dream, Joe Bataan, Norman Brown, Lindsey Webster at Etess Arena at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Atlantic City.

Oct. 4: Chris Botti at Count Basie Center for the Arts, Red Bank.

Oct. 13: The Glenn Miller Orchestra at Levoy Theatre, Millville.

Oct. 25: Pink Martini at Scottish Rite Auditorium, Collingswood.

Nov. 6: “Harlem 100” at McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton. 

Dec. 13-14: Catherine Russell and John Pizzarelli, tribute to Billie Holiday and Frank Sinatra at Berlind Theatre at McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton.

Feb. 28: Joey Alexander Trio at McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton.

March 14-15: The Hot Sardines at McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton.

April 17: Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra at McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton.

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