2nd Fridays of the month (except for April) 
Sets: 7:30pm & 9:30pm
The Cave at St. George’s
209 E. 16th St (east of 3rd Ave)
Side courtyard entrance  - $15 cover


​​FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8  

 Manuel Valera Trio + John Ellis



2nd Fridays of the month
Sets: 7:30pm & 9:30pm
The Cave at St. George’s
209 E. 16th St

(east of 3rd Ave)
Side courtyard entrance
$15 cover



7:30 PM    Vuyo Sotashe  

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Friday, December 16th       

Jazz Conceptions Orchestra, Calvary-St. George’s Choir and Maria Bowler

Grammy nominated Cuban pianist Manuel Valera's trio joined by saxophonist John Ellis.

Manuel Valera - piano
Rick Rosato - bass
EJ Strickland - drums
John Ellis - tenor saxophone

​​​Friday, September 9th       

The Vincent Herring Quartet 




















9:30 PM   BONOMO

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10 

Alphonso Horne & the Root Continuum

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Vuyo Sotashe - Vocals   Chris Pattishall - Piano            
Gabe Schnider - Guitar    Kyle Poole - Drums   Bass - TBD

Vibraphonist Steve Nelson began his career in the 1970s, in his hometown of Pittsburgh, following the straight ahead path blazed by his first major influence, Milt Jackson. After a year with guitarist Grant Green he was playing and recording with his Rutgers professors James Spaulding and Kenny Barron, before landing a spot in David "Fathead Newman's quintet. Throughout the 1980s Nelson was the vibist of choice among some of his generation's most talented up-and-comers, including Bobby Watson, Curtis Lundy, James Williams, Mulgrew Miller, Donald Brown, Geoffrey Keezer and Lewis Nash, developing a harmonically open sound, influenced by the innovations of Bobby Hutcherson, that led him to a spot in Dave Holland's award-winning band. He has recorded a half dozen dates as a leader that showcase his own personal voice on the vibes.

​Jazz in the Cave 
Fall Schedule 2017

Jazz in the Cave is curated by St. George's Music Director Alex Nguyen 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13 ​

Uptown Jazz Tentet

Jazz in the Cave

Concert series featuring New York City's most acclaimed Jazz artists

"Alphonso is easily recognized as a rising star," Marucs Roberts

connecting culture and COMMUNIty 

An evening of Christmas music and literature.


Musical arrangements by  

Kamel Boutros

Alex Nguyen

Jonathan Ragonese 

Alex LoRe.


Readings by 

Maria Bowler 

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Steve Nelson 

Vibraphone 


Adam Birnbaum 

Piano


David Wong  

Bass          

     

​Willie Jones 

Drums


Angela Roberts Vocals 

Friday, November 11th    

Vuyo Sotashe & BONOMO

Founded and led collaboratively by trumpeter Brandon Lee and trombonists Willie Applewhite & James Burton III, the band is comprised of ten of the most venerable and ubiquitous young sidemen in all of jazz.

​​​​Olmsted Salon 

Friday, October 14th      

The Steve Nelson Quartet 

 with special guest Angela Roberts

​​​​Vincent Herring 

Alto Saxophone


Anthony Wonsey

Piano


David Williams  

Bass          

     

​Carl Allen 

Drums