Antibes Bistro Live Jazz Tuesdays

Antibes Bistro Live Jazz Tuesdays
Event on 2014-03-18 19:30:00
Located at 112 Suffolk St.
between Rivington & Delancey in the Lower East Side.

Indulge in sultry sounds and intimate ambiance at Antibes Bistro, featuring the best in local jazz trios and vocalists every Tuesday and Wednesday night beginning at 7:30pm.
Antibes Bistro serves a seasonal selection of French Mediterranean dishes in a light atmosphere with European character. Chef David’s daily specials feature the freshest ingredients from local markets. Enjoy and relax with your choice of quality boutique and vintage wines from our very reasonably priced wine list.
Located just two blocks from F/JMZ Trains, Essex and Delancey stops.

See You There!
Full Lineup & Info

April 3rd Like Minds Trio
Deen Anbar (guitar), Marty Isenberg (bass), Alex Raderman (drums)
The Like Minds Trio formed in September of 2010, when they began a weekly residency at Jules Bistro in the East Village. Thanks to this year long residency the Like Minds Trio had the chance to develop a distinct sound and feature jazz greats such as Dave Pietro, and Tony Moreno. The band explores the great American songbook, and funky classics from the 70s-current day. Like Minds Trio has been compared to George Benson, and looks forward to a bright future amongst the vibrant NYC jazz community.
Winner of the 2009 and 2010 ASCAPLUS award "Marty Isenberg goes where others fear to tread" -Bill Kirchner, WBGO host.

April 10th Alon Nechushtan Trio
Alon Nechustan (piano), Peter Slavov (bass), Jacob Melchior (drums)
"Alon Nechushtan's trio displays compelling chemistry in abundance" says All About Jazz. Alon received his Master of Music degree from the New England Conservatory, studying piano, big band and jazz composition, in addition to study with the School for Improvisation in New York. As an active band leader Alon founded quintet TALAT in 2002. The ensemble is dedicated to his original works and recorded a CD on John Zorn's Tzadik Records mixed by the great Bill Laswell. Another Trio is in the post production stages and will be released in the fall.

April 17th Art Lillard Trio
The trio plays jazz standards, show tunes, swing tunes, bossa novas, and blues, as well as many of Art Lillard’s original compositions. The band’s extensive repertoire includes the songs of Richard Rodgers, Duke Ellington, Antonio Carlos Jobim, and many others.
April 18th Lower East Side Hot Club
Joel Beaver (lead guitar), Carolin Pook (violin), Terence Murren (upright bass)
An acoustic group performing Gypsy Jazz in the style of legendary gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt and violinist Stephane Grappelli. They play swing standards from the 1930's and 40's as well as contemporary gypsy bossas, ballads, valses and tangos.

A rising star on the NYC music scene, Jason Prover already has an impressive resume at the age of 24. At age 18, Prover became a founding member of the nationally touring band, Umoja Orchestra. He has played with a number of other ensembles, as well, such as his Lower 13th Street Jazz Band and the blues-drenched music of Michael Claytor and Friends. Prover received a Bachelor's Degree in Music Performance from the University of Florida, and at 22 Prover was named Charter President of U.F.'s Jazz Appreciation Student Society/Jazz Collective.
Since moving to NYC Prover has played with countless groups including the Williamsburg Salsa Orchestra and Bowery Jazz Collective. He has appeared at such legendary venues as Rockefeller Center, “Dizzy’s Coca Cola Room" @ Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Blue Note in NYC, Smalls, The Phillips Center in Florida, Webster Hall, and more. Prover currently attends the Steinhardt School at New York University in pursuit of a Master's Degree in Jazz Studies.

at Antibes Bistro
112 Suffolk St.
New York, United States

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