All- We have rescheduled the Jazzway 6004 5th Anniversary Concert for Saturday JULY 14th at 8:00 PM, with vibraphonist, Warren Wolf, his band and special guest , pianist Anthony Wonsey.
Thanks to everyone for their patience regarding the cancellation of our June 16th show with Warren Wolf and Cyrus Chestnut. Instant Seats has informed us that all patrons have had their money refunded. Please let us know if you purchased a ticket and this is not the case.
Our sincerest condolences go out to Cyrus Chestnut for the loss in his family. We are in the process of rescheduling the concert with Warren Wolf and Cyrus Chestnut for a later date, sometime in the fall and hope you will come out to see Warren on July 14th
Here's the Details
Warren Wolf & Friends with special guest Anthony Wonsey -
6004 Hollins AveBaltimore Maryland 21210USA 410-624-2222 or 410-952-4528
Tickets are: [...]
Sharon Clark Quartet on Saturday, December 3rd 8 PM at Pizzeria Venti, Alexandria, VA
Get your TICKETS TODAY – don’t hesitate!
PLEASE NOTE: Unlike Jazzway 6004, which is a not-for-profit venue, Pizzeria Venti is a commercial venue. Therefore it is required that a minimum number of tickets be sold in order for the show to go forward. If a minimum number of tickets are not sold by a certain date, the management cannot guarantee the availability of the venue and the show must be cancelled. Nobody wants this, so I urge you to purchase your tickets by Wednesday of the week of the show in order to guarantee that the show goes on and that the series will continue. For the December 3rd show with the Sharon Clark Quartet, that means a minimum number of tickets must be purchased by November 30th. Sharon Clark is a word class performer and so are her instrumentalists – Vince Evans, Michael Bowie and Lenny Robinson. This is [...]
November & December Events at Jazzway 6004 and Pizzeria Venti
Sat. 11/19 @ Pizzeria Venti - Tim Green Quartet
Sat 12/3 @ Pizzeria Venti – The Sharon Clark Quartet
Sat 12/17 @ Jazzway 6004 – George Colligan Trio – with special guest Tim Green
What’s New at Jazzway 6004
Our third benefit for the Creative Alliance on October 29th hit a home run! Our master chef Dan Casucci was in great form serving up dishes like duck confit, and truffled mushroom crostini, wine braised short ribs, rockfish oregonato and lentil croquettes, healthy sides galore and a vast array of homemade desserts! Many, many thanks to all our volunteers – we couldn’t have done it without you!
The Joni Mitchell Tribute sold out and turned out to be one of the most popular concerts we’ve presented at Jazzway. Patrons remarked that this was the best CA fundraiser yet, and many told me with tears in their eyes that they were virtually transported back to their [...]
September 8, 2010
Attention – All Artists who wish to submit for the upcoming Jazzway 6004 season (2010-2011) and beyond.
I know… we are way behind, BUT our 6 person selection panel will be selecting the artists to perform at the Jazzway 6004, 2010-2011 season (and possibly the 2011-2012 season) during the month of September 2010. We will be accepting artist submittals through September 24th.
We must have written information as well as sound clips. Therefore submittals must be in the form of: websites, MySpace or Facebook pages (containing sound clips), electronic press kits (EPK) or printed material with sound clip attachments. These should be e-mailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org and PLEASE put the following in the message subject Line: Jazzway 6004 Artist Submittal for ____ (Your Name or Your Band's Name)
If you need to use snail mail and want to send a physical press kit and CD – please get it to us by September 24th and mail it [...]
September 1, 2010
It’s hard to believe that we are entering the 4th season of Jazzway 6004 in September 2010. We’ve really grown and evolved since we first started in June 2007 with my tribute to the great Billie Holiday. We never expected Jazzway 6004 to take off the way it did and we’ve struggled to keep up and learn how to make it better, more efficient and to get the word out. Although it’s been a huge amount of work and organization, and continues to be, the series remains a true labor of love for us.
As a not-for –profit, even in a small venue, we are committed to offering musicians an honorable wage for their skilled and heartfelt performances - a tribute to their hard work, experience and dedication to their craft. I believe we’ve had some measure of success in bringing new audiences to jazz – some folks who may have previously stayed away from jazz because they thought they needed a set of previously [...]