|Tamir Hendelman Trio East Coast Tour |
with Marco Panascia and Matt Wilson
Tamir Hendelman famously drives the piano seats of the Jeff Hamilton Trio and the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra and has performed with Claudio Roditi, Natalie Cole, Roberta Gambarini, Barbra Streisand, and James Moody.
Wednesday, Sept. 6th at 7:30pm:
Temple University Gittis Center, Philadelphia, PA
Thursday, Sept. 7th at 6pm:
Birdland Jazz Club, NYC
Friday, Sept. 8th at 8pm:
Shalin Liu Performance Center, Rockport, MA
Saturday, Sept. 9th at 8:30pm:
The Side Door, Lyme, CT
Sunday, Sept. 10th at 4pm:
Wilton Library's Brubeck Room, Wilton, CT
EAST COAST TRIO TOUR DATES IN DETAIL:
Wednesday, Sept. 6th at 7:30pm
Jazz @ the Underground at Temple University's Howard Gittis Student Center
with the Tamir Hendelman Trio with Marco Panascia and drummer Matt Wilson starts a 5-day tour of the East coast.
Thursday, Sept. 7th at 6pm
BIRDLAND Jazz Club NYC
The Tamir Hendelman Trio comes to New York's Birdland for one special set:
Music of Arlen, Parker, Jarrett, Ravel, Jobim and Tamir Hendelman.
Doors open at 5pm. Reserve your seats HERE.
Friday, Sept. 8th at 8pm
The trio returns to Rockport, MA for a night at the Shalin Liu Performance Center, a beautiful hall overlooking the ocean.
Reserve your seats HERE.
Saturday, Sept. 9th at 8:30pm
The trio visits a great Connecticut jazz room:
The Side Door Jazz in Old Lyme, CT. 2 sets. Doors at 7:00.
Get tickets HERE or at (860)434-2600.
Sunday, Sept. 10th at 4pm
The trio returns to Dave Brubeck's home town to perform at:
Wilton Library's Brubeck Room.
We will close out our tour with one or two tips of the hat to the man himself.
A reception will follow the free concert.
Later in September:
Tamir Hendelman will perform two nights at the 60th Monterey Jazz Festival.
Friday, Sept. 15th at 9pm: Vocalist Roberta Gambarini's quartet with bassist
Chuck Berghofer and drummer Joe La Barbera.
Saturday, Sept. 16th at 7:30pm: The Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra with special guests, the Gerald Clayton Trio will premiere the 2017 MJF Commission, John Clayton's "Stories of a Groove: Conception, Evolution, Celebration."