Jazzed at the Firehouse Stage

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Jazzed at the Firehouse Stage

Celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month

Jazz Sessions

Monday, April 23 at 7PM

Photo by Deborah Roane

Mike Carbone livens up our Monday nights with the best Jazz Sessions the area has to offer. Each 2-hour Session will have a featured musician and/or vocalist. Tickets are available at the door or by clicking below.

April 23 Musicians:
Host: Mike Carbone
Laurence Elder (Piano)
Tom Westcott (Bass)
Joe Roma (Drums)
Brian Murphy (Vibes)
Tim Donlin (Saxophone)

April 23 Tickets

Teen Jazz Project

Wednesday, April 25 at 7PM
$5 Plus a CHOW donation

Director Tony Alduino the his incredibly talented local high school Jazz musicians take the stage for one sizzlin’ performance.

Click for here for tickets to Teen Jazz 

Shelter From the Storm: The Songs of Bob Dylan

Featuring Marissa Mulder

Friday, April 27 at 7PM

Enjoy a performance by one of New York City’s premiere cabaret artists, featuring classic Bob Dylan hits like “Masters of War”, “The Times They Are A-Changin'” and “A Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall” like you’ve never heard them before – plus biographical tidbits about the iconic singer-songwriter and voice of a generation.

Purchase tickets to Shelter From the Storm

Cynthia Scott & Friends

Sunday, April 29 at 2PM

Former Ray Charles Raelette Sings her Journey with Ray and More… 

For three decades, the vocal artistry of the multi-talented Arkansas-born vocalist Cynthia Scott has encompassed the swing of jazz, the soul of blues, R&B, and the sacred stirrings of gospel music. She is loved by audiences from New York to Africa, Europe and Asia; by musicians from Wynton Marsalis to Ray Charles – who discovered her – and by jazz critics like the Chicago Tribune’s Howard Reich, who called her “a mesmerizing vocalist.”

The Band:
Marcus Persiani (Piano)
Paul Beaudry (Bass)
Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax (Drums)

Click Here for Tickets to Cynthia Scott and Friends 

Call: (607) 772-2404 x 301

General Operating Support is provided to the Goodwill Theatre by a grant from the Broome County Arts Council’s United Cultural Fund.

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