Sunday, October 8, November 12, December 10
2 to 4PM
48 Horatio Street, NYC
Jayn Rosenfeld, teacher, chamber and orchestral musician, and coach, has given master classes across the country (UCSacramento, University of Wisconsin/Madison, University of Texas/Austen, etc.), in Holland, Italy, and Thailand, for the New Jersey Music Teachers Association, Westminster Choir College, and the Princeton Symphony. She was the first flutist of the Princeton Symphony Orchestra for twenty-five years, and is the flutist and executive director of The New York New Music Ensemble. Ms. Rosenfeld has played and recorded over the years with many other orchestras and chamber groups. Teacher at Princeton University, the Juilliard School's Music Advancement Program, and Greenwich House (a workshop for amateurs), she has given recitals and concerts and encouraged, inspired, and amused students for many years.
On Wednesday, November 8 at 7 PM, Michael Laderman will take part in a concert of new jazz as a composer/performer of the New York Composers Circle Jazz Quintet at Zinc Bar, 82 West 3rd Street between Thompson and Sullivan in the Village (the most convenient subway stop is West 4th St., where the A, B, C, D, E and F stop).
There is a $10 cover at tables and none at the bar.
Other composer/performer members of the group are Roger Blanc on guitar, Emiko Hayashi on piano and David Picton on drums, with a guest appearance by Dary John Mizelle on flugelhorn. Park Jeong Hwan will play bass.
After we finish our set, solo pianist Steve Sandberg and the Tim Miller Trio will continue playing new jazz tunes until 9 PM,
Concerts on the Slope - click on Download for details
December 1 Friday
Congregation Kol Ami
252 Soundview Avenue, White Plains