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May 3, 2014 UMOJA


Apr 25, 2014 Wesleyan Jazz Orchestra Weekend


Nov 10, 2013 PJS Jazz Society
Jul 22, 2013 Hartford Monday Night Jazz Festival
Jun 21, 2013 The Bassline Mt Vernon New York
May 25, 2013 Ginny's Supper Club
Oct 22, 2012 American Airlines Theater NYC

I was a featured artist at the event below. Several very talented  musical theater artists including Christina Aranda, Jennifer Falu, and Stanley Wayne Mathis performed beautifully. I played an Ellington  medley of Satin Doll and Sophisticated Lady in a tribute to former NYC Mayor      David Dinkins. I was accompanied by the Greg Payne Trio and dancer Ms. Jauquette as the Sophisticated Lady. Then Patti LaBelle sang Over The Rainbow and You Are My Friend, backed by the LaGuardia High School Gospel Choir directed by my friend Priscilla Baskerville.  It was completely sold out on a Monday night. No biz like show biz, baby.


Aug 17, 2012 The Bassline Mt Vernon New York




Aug 5, 2012 Charter Oak Cultural Center Hartford Connecticut US






Jul 8, 2012 Birdland New York New York US



Apr 28, 2012 Crowell Concert Hall Middletown Connecticut US


Vibraphonist-Composer JAY HOGGARD 

World Premiere of

Saturday, April 28, 2012 at 8pm
Crowell Concert Hall              
Wesleyan University
Middletown,CT 06459

Jay Hoggard "[Jay Hoggard] is one of the premier voices on vibraphone."
—Owen McNally

Vibraphonist / Composer Jay Hoggard's Quartet with pianist and organist   James Weidman,   bassist  Santi Debriano  and   drummer Yoron Israel will be joined by percussionist Kwaku Kwaakye Martin Obeng, woodwindists Anthony Braxton and  Marty Ehrlich , and harpist Brandee Younger to perform Mr. Hoggard's compositions. This concert will feature the world premiere of the multi-part suite Sonic Hieroglyphs from Wood, Metal, and Skin, dedicated to the inspiration of Wangari Mathai , the late Nobel Peace Prize recipient from Kenya.

$15 general public; $12 senior citizens, Wesleyan faculty & staff, non-Wesleyan students; $6 Wesleyan students


Vibraphonist Jay Hoggard on WTNH News 8 Connecticut Style, Friday April 13, 2012. 
Listen to an interview about this concert with Jay and Stephan Allison on Wesleyan's own WESU-88.1FM

Apr 1, 2012 Middle Collegiate Church New York New York US


Mar 16, 2012 Sistas' Place Brooklyn, NY



Jay Hoggard Quartet,Sistas' Place, Friday March 16th, 2012
One of the world’s leading vibraphonists, Jay Hoggard, brought his stellar quartet to Sistas’ Place tonight. Band leaders in their own right, the Quartet features James Weidman, piano; Santi Debriano, Bass; and Yoron Israel, drums. Trumpeter, Composer Ahmed Abdullah joins the ensemble in each set. Ahmed was one of the bandleaders to hire Jay when he returned to New York as a young professional musician in 1977. “We spent many great musical nights performing at the late, great drummer Rashid Ali’s venue Ali’s Alley.”

Jay Hoggard began the set with a song from Guys and Dolls, followed by three of his own compositions each more lyrical and magical than the last. He paused in the middle of the set to explain his presence at Sistas Place in March, traditionally Women’s Month. He then took some time explain his connection to women without whom he observed, we would all be for naught. First , he gave tribute his mother Eva Stanton Hoggard who played piano and grew up with Errol Garner and whose voicings of Errol’s music, Jay absorbed as a youngster. He also paid tribute to two pianists who were also vibraphonists who played with Terry Gibbs, both out of Detroit. One one Alice Mcloud soon to be Alice Coltrane and the other Terrie Pollard, a great vibraphonist now lost in the annals of history. At that point, Ahmed Abdullah who recorded with Jay ” a couple of years ago” aka 1979…. joined Jay on stage to play two songs, the second of which “Life’s Force” pushed the band into a whole other zone.
The second set was equally stunning with Jay experimenting with some new songs and a lively version of Qhude by Ahmed Abdullah.

For those of you who did not make it to Sistas Place on Friday, you have the rare treat of being able to hear this music first hand on Saturday night. For those of you who did , come out again to hear sheer genius at work and to have the opportunity to take home as an exit fee, a touch of that genius on his CD “Solar Power”.


Carolyn McClair  Public Relations

NEW YORK, NY – For Immediate Release 

One of the world’s leading vibraphonists, Jay Hoggard, brings his stellar quartet to Sistas’ Place, 456 Nostrand Avenue in the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, on Friday and Saturday, March 16 and 17, at 9:00 pm and 10:30 pm. Band leaders in their own right, the Quartet features James Weidman, piano; Santi Debriano, Bass; and Yoron Israel, drums. Trumpeter, Composer Ahmed Abdullah will  join  the ensemble   in each set . Ahmed was one of the first bandleaders to hire Jay when he returned to New York as a young professional in 1977. “We spent many great musical nights performing at the late, great drummer Rashid Ali's venue Ali's Alley.”  

Sistas’ Place, where “Jazz: A Music of the Spirit Lives and Culture is a Weapon,” is now in its 17th music season. Tickets are $20 with reservations and $25 at the door. For reservations and more information, call (718) 398-1766 or visit

Hoggard’s music has touched the hearts and souls of listeners around the world for 30 years. The son of a Bishop in the African Methodist Episcopal Zion
(AME Zion) Church, he was born in Washington, DC and reared in Mt. Vernon, NY. At age 15, Jay began playing the vibraphone. “One night I had a dream that I was playing the vibes. I asked my father to rent me a set and from the first moment, I knew that this was what I was supposed to do.” Jay majored in the World Music program at Wesleyan University and toured Europe and played at Carnegie Hall during his freshman year. In his junior year, he traveled to Tanzania to study East African xylophone music. After graduation in 1976, Jay returned to New York City where he was proclaimed “the most dazzling new vibraphonist in jazz” by Robert Palmer in the New York Times.

Hoggard draws on traditional and contemporary musical vocabulary to develop new directions for the vibraphone, seamlessly blending jazz and gospel roots with African marimba rhythms. His performance repertoire represents the three B’s of the jazz tradition (Blues, Bop, Ballads) with original innovations. “Solo from Two Sides,” released August 1, 2009 – the latest of his over 20 CDs as a leader and collaborator – is a presentation of 13 compositions performed by the composer on both vibraphone and marimba, by way of digital overdubbing. He has toured the globe to rave reviews, performing throughout the United States, Africa, Europe, South America, the Caribbean and Asia. He led a quintet on an extensive tour sponsored by the US government to North Africa, the Middle East and India.

Jay Hoggard is currently a professor of music at Wesleyan University, where for the past 22 years he has directed the Wesleyan Jazz Orchestra and has taught and mentored hundreds of young musicians including vibraphonists Matt Moran,    Gerry Grosz, Chris Dingman, and Sam Friedman, as well as Mary Halverson,  Steve Lehman, Taylor Ho Bynum, Tyshawn Sorey,Matthew Steckler, and Santigold. 

In addition to the sets at Sistas’ Place, Jay Hoggard will present the World Premiere of Sonic Hieroglyphs from Wood, Metal and Skin at the 11th Annual Wesleyan Jazz Orchestra Weekend at Crowell Concert Hall at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, April 27 - 28 at 8:00 pm.  To perform his compositions, Hoggard will again feature Weidman, Debriano and Israel along with percussionist Kwaku Kwaakye Martin Obeng, woodwindist Marty Ehrlich and harpist Brandee Younger. The multi-part suite is dedicated to the inspiration of Wangari Mathai, the late Nobel Peace Prize recipient from Kenya.  For more information, log on

For additional information on Jay Hoggard and his music, please visit ###

Mar 10, 2012 Hung Won Asian Grille Colchester, CT 06415


Mar 3, 2012 Arts Westchester White Plains,NY 10601


Mar 2, 2012 St Thomas Day School New Haven Connecticut

JayHoggardStTsPhoto_by_Craig_S__O_Connell.jpg jazz vibraphonist and Wesleyan University Professor Jay Hoggard brought his trio to St. Thomas's on March 2, 2012. Few of the children had ever heard a live vibes player and Jay brought along the accomplished pianist James Weidman and Neighborhood Music School drum instructor Jesse Hameen II to round out the trio. Photos by Craig S. O'Connell.



Feb 26, 2012 Grace Congregational Church of Harlem New York,, New York 10030


Feb 11, 2012 Metropolitan AME Zion Church Hartford Connecticut



Oct 1, 2011 Sista's Place Brooklyn, NY

James Weidman Three Worlds Quartet  with Jay Hoggard, Brad Jones and Bruce Cox
                     Saturday ,October 1, 2011   Sista's Place   456 Nostrand Avenue   Brooklyn, NY


Sep 25, 2011 St Phillip's Episcopal Church Jazztree New York New York



Sep 1, 2011 Vail Jazz Festival Vail, Colorado


9/2/11 8:40 pm Salute to Modern Jazz Quartet w/ Bill Culiffe, John Clayton, Lewis Nash, Jay Hoggard

9/4/11 2:20 pm Quartet w/Shelly Berg, Tom Kennedy, Dana Hall, Jay Hoggard

9/4/11 10:55 pm Septet w/Shelly Berg,Terell Stafford, Peter Washington, Jeff Hamilton, Lewis Nash,            James Morrison, Jay Hoggard


Aug 13, 2011 New Haven Jazz Festival



Aug 10, 2011 Creole Jazz Restaurant New York New York



Jul 25, 2011 Hartford Monday Night Jazz Festival w/James Weidman Quintet Tribute to Abbey Lincoln


July 19,20 William Patterson Univ,NJ  w/Antoinette Montague

Jun 18       Brookfield,CT Public Library w/ T.Lombardozzi Quartet

Jun 11       Hartford,CT Masjid w/J. Hameen Trio

April 30      WJO Crowell Hall w/ Diva Jazz Orchestra                                              

April 29      Wesleyan Jazz Orch Crowell Concert Hall  Middletown,CT

April 28       WJO Farm Hill School Middletown,CT

April 26       WJO Macdonough School Middletown,CT

April 21       WJO Lawrence School Middletown,CT

April 16     Tishler Piano Recital (Chair) April 16 Russell House Middletown,CT

April 12      WJO Moody School Middletown,CT

April 7        WJO Wesley School Middletown,CT

April 6             Tunxis Community College,Farmington,CT w/Kevin O’Neil Trio

April 5             WJO School Middletown,CT  

March 31         WJO Spencer School Middletown,CT

Feb. 11,12,      Kitano Hotel,NYC Antoinette Montague   Quintet                               

Jan 30         Russell House Wesleyan Univ.w/ Fred Simmons Trio

Jan 24         Aaron Davis Hall, NYC Schomburg Center Tribute

Jan 22       Sista’s Place,Brooklyn,NY w/James Weidman QT

Jan 8       CCNY Graduate Center, NYC  Schomburg Center.NYPL African Diasporic Studies Conference


December 17  Cross Street AME Zion Church JHQ

December 12   ABC News Overnight w/ Antoinette Montague Trio

December 4      St.Albans Congregational Church w/ Antoinette Montague QT

November 20   First Unitarian Church White Plains,NY Barbara McCaine Memorial

November 14 Grace Episcopal Church White Plains,NY JHQ Ellington Sacred Concert

October 17    Trinity Lutheran Church,Jersey City,,NJ w/ James Weidman

Sept  25       Clinton AME Zion Church,Rockville,MD JHQ

Sept  11      Crowell Hall w/ Taylor Ho Bynum Ensemble

Aug 27     Feinstein's Park Avenue w/ King David Quartet

Aug 22   Bassline Jazz Club Mt Vernon NY Tribtue to Milt Jackson and Cal Tjader w/Andy Gonzales


Remembering Milt Jackson & Cal Tjader                               by Arnie Perez 8/22/2010  

The Bassline was once again the place to be on Sunday August 22nd when VTY Jazz paid tribute to two icons of the vibraphone, Milt Jackson and Cal Tjader. A packed house was on hand to welcome back to Mount Vernon vibraphonist Jay Hoggard, and was he ever up to the task. Surrounding Jay on the Bassline bandstand was bassist Andy Gonzalez, keyboardist Marcus Persiani, drummer Steve Johns and Anthony Carrillo on percussion.

The first tune was a Milt Jackson original that was dedicated to his wife, “Sandra K Jackson”, who by the way, was on hand. You knew immediately that this band was not just going to go through the motions. Not having seen Jay in many years, I was pleasantly surprised to see he hadn’t lost a thing :). The second tune was the classic, “If I were A Bell” written by Frank Loesser. Jay’s sense of harmony was quite evident on this tune. He definitely had that vibraphone sounding as clear as a bell and his interaction with the other members of the band was very reminiscent to this listener of Bobby Hutchinson. When you speak of Bobby you are speaking of Milt. This first set featured so many great tunes that covered a broad spectrum of Jazz and Latin music: Tadd Dameron’s “Lady Bird”, Miles Davis’s “Half Nelson” and “Airegin” (Nigeria spelled backwards) that Sonny Rollins made popular. The band also played Thelonious Monk’s “Round Midnight”, Mario Bauza’s “Mambo Inn" and the Chano Pozo classic “Manteca”. I loved the medley they did on "Lady Bird" and "Half Nelson" and Anthony and Steve’s playing off one another. You knew the percussion was well taken care of. The first set included seven tunes and each one was worth mentioning, that is why you need to catch this music live and in person. The first set closed with a swinging version of Manteca and they had the fans at the Bassline ready to get up on their feet and start dancing. Just a fabulous set of music played by an equally fabulous group of talented artists.

The second set opened with the Benny Golson original “Whisper Not.” Jay opened up with a beautiful intro and he definitely ran with it from there. His variations on harmonics & rhythm are just so wonderfully used. He is so comfortable on the vibes, you can see the music running through him. After a brief solo by Marcus Persiani, Andy Gonzalez took a solo that I believe was his best of the afternoon. He knows exactly what is needed and his mastery of the bass is something to behold. Jay came back and the group took it out in classic style. They followed “Whisper Not” with the Thelonious Monk composition “Rhythm-A-Ning.” Jay opened with a brief solo followed by Marcus. Anthony Carrillo's solo was a thing of beauty and you could feel he inspired the whole band. Jay and Steve Johns followed that with a very inspired trading of eights before Jay took the Bassline audience on a solo that had him all over the vibraphone.

Then the unexpected happened. Jay called up the beautiful Diva of song, the lovely Ms. Antoinette Montague. She is no stranger to the Bassline audience and is a part of the VTY Jazz family. After her Beyonce entrance, her choice of the Jimmy Van Heusen tune “I Thought About You” was just perfect. Each and every time she hits our stage she is just so inspired and her voice sounds better and better with every appearance. As she once told me after sitting in for the first time at a “Sunday Serenade,” “The bands are so tight I just don’t want to mess things up.” Antoinette Montague tore up “I Thought About You” and I’m sure Jimmy Van Heusen loved her rendition :). The next composition was a medley, one being the Cal Tjader tune “Curacao” and the classical “Ode to Joy.” Once again space will not allow me to give you all the many highlights that were captured during this medley. As the saying goes, “You had to be there.” “Ode To Joy”, as Jay remarked after playing, was learned on the spot by Steve and Jay. Before bringing up the great Puerto Rican trombonist Mr. Papo Vazquez, Jay unbuttoned his shirt to show the audience as well as his band mates the tee shirt he was wearing “Salsa.” Everyone including Jay got a big laugh out of the honorary Puerto Rican of the day “Jay Hoggard” :).

What took place next after bringing up Papo Vazquez was something quite rare. With Andy Gonzalez, Marcus Persiani and Papo Vazquez being on the same stage you had three members of the Manny Oquendo & Libre group. They all collaborated on the Tito Puente composition that was recorded by Cal Tjader, “Picadillo A Lo Puente.” Talk about spontaneous; they all had a ball playing this extended version of “Picadillo A Lo Puente.” Papo being a part of Tito’s band for many years was right at home with this piece. As Jay told me after, “when you have a guy sit in like a Papo Vazquez you are talking about the highest quality of musician that this music has.” That was quite evident with the way they tore Tito’s tune up. They then brought up Steve Johns fourteen year old son Daryl who is quite an amazing talent on bass. Couldn’t help but notice the joy in Andy Gonzalez’s face watching young Daryl on Andy’s bass. They took it out with the Charlie Parker original “Now’s The Time.” Young Daryl met the challenge and his band mates knew this was not your ordinary fourteen year old. He has so much poise for someone his age that it is scary. Papo kept on shaking his head as to what the young man was laying down.     

This tribute to Milt Jackson and Cal Tjader was nothing less than spectacular. To Jay, Andy, Marcus, Steve, Anthony, Papo and Daryl, you sure left something that will be remembered for a lifetime. To the many fans that attended this end of an era concert, we thank you for coming out and making this last Sunday in Mount Vernon so memorable. Great fans deserve great music and we are now headed for East Harlem and we promise you more of the same.

 Aug 4,5    Ahoskie,NC  roots of gospel and blues research

June 25     St Marks Episcopal Church NYC w/Vishnu Wood Ensemble

June 13     W/Bill Cosby Cos of Good Music Hollywood Bowl Los Angeles,CA  



May 29-30   Charter Oak Cultural CenterHartford,CT Sankofa Kuumba Dance 

May 5-7,11-12 Recording for Sankofa Kuumba Dance Consotium

May 2      Mother AME Zion Church, NYC Tribute to Rev Gregory Smith

May 1         Wesleyan Jazz Orchestra Crowell Hall w/Bennie Maupin Trio

Apil 30            Crowell Hall Wesleyan Jazz Orchestra and Small Ensemble

April 29            WJO Bielfield  Elementary School, Middletown,CT

April 22            WJO Wesley Elementary School, Middletown,CT

April 20            Wilson Middle School, Middletown,CT

April 18            Trinity Lutheran Church Jersey City,NJ w/James Weidman

April 17            Tishler Piano  Competition Concert ( chair of committee)

April 8               Recording for Sankofa Kuumba Dance Consotium 

April 8              WJO Lawrence Elementary School, Middletown,CT

April 6             WJO Moody Elementary School, Middletown,CT

April1               WJO McDonough Elementary School, Middletown,CT

March 30            Snow Elementary School, Middletown,CT

March 26            Jazz Underground New London,CT w/Joe Parillo Quartet

March 25            Recording for Sankofa Kuumba Dance Consotium

March 5            Cross Street AME Zion Church Middletow,CT Spring Banquet

February 27            Recording w/Jeff Hackworth Quartet  Studio Hillside NJ

Feb 14            Skippers Jazz Club Newark,NJ w/Jeff Hackworth Quartet

January 16             Radisson Hotel, Cromwell,CT w/Charles Graham Ensemble


Dec 18            Grace Episcopal Church, White Plains,NY, Howard White Memorial

Dec 12          Rialto Theater Atlanta, GA w/ Rev Dwight Andrews  

Nov 17             Jazz Standard,NYC w/ James Weidman Sextet

Nov  15            Trinity Lutheran Church,Jersey City,,NJ w/ James Weidman

Nov 13           PASIC Percussive Arts Society International Convention

                      Indiapolis, Indiana Convention Center duo w /Yoron Israel

Nov 2            Berklee College of Music,Boston rh w/Yoron Israel

October 30            Wesleyan Chapel w/Ron Ebricht,Neely Bruce composition

Oct 24,25            Metropolitan AME Zion Church  Hartford,CT

                        Rev Terry Jones 30th Anniversary

October 4            St Mark’s on the Bowery Episcopal Church, NYC 

October 3            Sista’s Place, Brooklyn,NY w/James Weidman Quartet

September 7    City of Angels LA Festival with Bennie Maupin Dolphyana

Sep 5             Detroit Jazz Festival with Bennie Maupin Dolphyana

August 23-24  Cal Arts LA with Bennie Maupin Dolphyana 

August 11-13  Washington DC ,Arlington VA

August 7            Yonkers,NY Pier Concert w/Carlos Jimenz

July  19            Empire State Casino,Yonkers NY

                        w/ Carlos Jimenez Salsa Orchestra 

July  17            Cross Street AME Zion Church

July  14            Richmond (VA) Jazz Society JH Quintet

June 19            St Marks Episcopal Church NYC w/Vishnu Wood Ensemble

May 24               Charter Oak Cultural Center  Hartford,CT premiere of

May1-24        The Other Side of the Ocean and Let Me Make It Clear Commissioned by                     Sankofa Kuumba Dance Consortium  & Hartord Symphony            

March 22             Riverside Church, NYC  Ellington Sacred Music w/Randall K.Horton

Jan 16-Feb 16      Musical Director for Jelly’s Last Jam Yale School of Drama

Jan  23              w/Joe Parillo Quartet Univ Rhode Island

Jan 14-15        recording  THREE WORLDS w/ James Weidman Quartet


Dec 22            Comcast Cable Gospel Jazz Show (live broadcast)

Dec 21            Mother AME Zion Christmas Jazz Vespers

Dec 7             Cross Street AME Zion w/ Paul Cameron. Middletown, CT

Nov 22,23      Wesley AME Zion Philadelphia PA

Nov 14             Marriott Hotel, Hartford CT   Metropolitan AME Zion Church 175th                                 

                         Anniversary  Gala Celebration

Oct 19            w/ James Weidman Qt East Meadow Library ,East Meadow LI,NY

Oct 18          Mother AME Zion Church NYC

Oct  5          First Congregational Church Atlanta,GA                                                          

Oct  4         High Museum of Art Atlanta,GA w Dwight Andrews Orchestra                   

Oct  3        Emory University,Atlanta  w/ Dwight Andrews           

Sept 21            Trinity Lutheran Church Jersey City,NJ w/ James Weidman Quartet

Sept 8             National Release of Soular Power

July 15- Aug15 Final Mastering and graphics of Soular Power                                        

 July 10            w/ Bill Cosby @ Faith Seventh Day Adventist Church Hartford,CT  

June 20            St Marks Episcopal Church w/Vishnu Wood/Jeanine Otis Quintet

June 11       UCLA and KJZZ @UCSD Long Beach, CA

June 10        KCSM @College of San Mateo,CA

June 3-8    w/ James Newton/Bennie Maupin Quintet Healdsburg  Jazz Festival, Healdsburg,CA  and  Festival All Stars w/ Bobby Watson, Kenny Barron,George Cables,Renee Rosnes, Billy Hart, Lewis Nash  

May 23            additional mixing/editing Soular Power @ Sonalyst Power Station Studio Waterford,CT

May 16            Greene Street Arts Center, Middletown,CT

May 12            Abyssinian Baptist Church,NYC

May 10-11            South Congregational Church, Middletown,CT w/ Cliff Airee Quintet

May 4            Recording w/ Carlos Jimenez Quintet  Kalidescope Studio  Union City,NJ

May 2             Mt Olive AME Zion Church Waterbury,CT

Apr 21-29            additional  mixing/editing for Soular Power

Apr18-20            Cross Street AME ZION Church Dedication Weekend

Mar 29            w/ James Weidman Trio An Die Musik Baltimore, MD

Mar 28            Wesley AME Zion Church Philadelphia, Pa

Mar 17-25            mixing/editing for Soular Power

Mar 4-5            additional mixing/editing for  The Deadliest Disease

Feb 29,Mar 1-2   Recording of Soular Power @ Sonalyst Power Station  Studio Waterford,CT

Feb 1-28            Composition and Rehearsal process for JHVM  CD  Soular Power 

Jan 12-21            Recording, Mixing,Editing for The Deadliest Disease in America

Jan 2-11            Composition process for  documentary film The Deadliest Disease in America



Dec 27            CT Gospel Showcase ,Comcast CableTV Middletown CT

Dec 23            Opening of new Cross Street AME Zion Church building

Dec 9                        Mt. Vernon, NY Public Library w/ Carlos Jimenez Septet

Nov 24            Faith Seventh Day Adventist Church concert w/Genesis Choir

Nov 24            Ist Congregational Church New Haven,CT Memorial for Rev Edmund Edmonds 1 pm

Nov 2             Inauguration Michael Roth @ Wesleyan Freeman Center

October 27            Randy Weston @ Crowell Hall Wesleyan

October 20            Rialto Theater Atlanta,GA w/ Geri Allen Orchestra

October 19            Georgia State Univ. Master Class Atlanta, GA

August 13            Your Morning on Comcast TV show, Philadelphia PA

August 12            St James AME Zion Church Philadelphia,PA

August 11            Mt Vernon, NY City Hall Plaza,

June 23            Ist Congregational Church,Middletown(Cross St Unity Choir)

June 22            St.Marks Episcopal Church (11th & 2nd Ave),NYC

June 21            Graduation PS 175 (134th& X Blvd,) NYC

June 10            Tribute to Hilton Ruiz St Peter’s Lutheran Church ,NYC

June 9            New England Conference AME Zion Church Banquet Cromwell,CT

June 8            w/ Willie Martinez Quartet, Willie’s Steak House Bronx.NY

May 20            Green Street Arts Center Middletown,CT 

Apr 28              w/ Cedar Walton,Crowell Hall

Apr 25             JHQ Eastern CT State Univ, Wilimantic,CT

Mar 25            w/Dwight Andrews Quintet, Cayuhoga College,Cleveland,Ohio

Mar 18            w/Radam Schwartz, First United Methodist Church  Montclair,NJ

Mar 9             w/ Willie Martinez Quartet, Willie’s Steak House Bronx.NY

Mar 3             Eddie Palmieri masterclass interview Crowell Hall

Feb 25            w/Fred Simmons Quartet ,Russell House

Feb 24            w/ Eastern CT Univ Gospel Choir, Cross Street AME Zion Church

Feb 23            w/Pamela Steele, Buttonwood Tree,Middletown

Jan 19-20         JHQ Cecil’s Jazz Club w/ Radam Schwartz, West Orange,NJ           

Jan 15            National Release of Swing ‘Em Gates

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