Buy your BRIC JazzFest Marathon Pass today and see the last two nights of the Marathon (Fri, Oct 14 and Sat, Oct 15) for only $45!
The closing night of the BRIC JazzFest Marathon features sets from hip, up-and-coming musicians to long-time favorites from Brooklyn and beyond.
And in true marathon fashion, you can move freely among sets in the BRIC House Ballroom, the Stoop overlooking the Gallery, and the jazz club inside the Artist Studio—all while enjoying great food and drink from our café and bar.
As both a musician and producer, Terrace Martin’s “fusion of elements from hip-hop, soul, and jazz created his own signature sound and landed him in the studio with the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Lalah Hathaway and Snoop Dogg.” (Ebony)
Julian Lage feat. Scott Colley & Kenny Wollesen
After playing on stage with Carlos Santana at the age of 8, Julian Lage transitioned “from child prodigy and documentary film subject to a fine career in jazz.” (AllMusic) His 2016 release Arclight "reveals another facet of Lage's burgeoning artistry, finding him moving beyond the acoustic asceticism that defined his earliest recordings and into a more expansive mode of expression." (All About Jazz)
Players include Scott Colley (bass), Julian Lage (guitar), and Kenny Wollesen (drums).
Brooklyn’s own Los Hacheros, modern-day torchbearers of the Golden Age of Latin music, bring a “dedication to authenticity is masterfully executed with a serious dose of sabor.” (NPR Music)
Players include William Ash (bass), Hector "Papote" Jimenez (lead vocals), Itai Kriss (flute), Carlos Padron (bongos), Jacob Plasse (bandleader/guitar), Roberto Quintero (congas), and Eddie Venegas (violin/trombone).
Ms. Lisa Fischer & Grand Baton
Known for her decades of work as a back-up singer with the likes of Chaka Khan, The Rolling Stones, and Luther Vandross (and her related role in the documentary 20 Feet from Stardom), Lisa Fischer takes center stage at BRIC JazzFest and “embodies a vulnerability and tenderness that feels at once fragile and indestructible.” (Broadway World)
Yosvany Terry Quintet
Since arriving in NYC in 1999, the Cuban saxophonist, percussionist, and composer Yosvany Terry “has helped redefine Latin Jazz as a complex new idiom.” (The New York Times).
Marc Cary & Maurice "Mobetta" Brown
Marc Cary, a post bop jazz pianist based out of New York City, and Grammy award winning trumpet virtuoso/super-producer Maurice "Mobetta" Brown team up to push the edge of jazz to new creative heights.
Marc Ribot Trio
Marc Ribot's experimental trio with Henry Grimes and Chad Taylor “draws inspiration from Albert Ayler and late-period Coltrane, and while it excels at ecstatic free jazz, it can also stomp the blues and break your heart with a ballad.” (Time Out New York)
Players include Henry Grimes (bass), Marc Ribot (guitar), and Chad Taylor (drums).
Originally from Tokyo, jazz pianist and vocalist Etsuko Tajima is known for her dexterity and rhythmic virtuosity, which are on display in her first album, released this year: Infinite Possibilities.
Players include Shareef Clayton (trumpet), Darrian Douglas (drums), Nori Naraoka (bass), and Etsuko Tajima (piano/vocals).
Liberty Ellman's Supercell
Guitarist Liberty Ellman has “established himself as one of the most compelling voices in modern jazz. With his warm, clear tone and light and nimble touch, he’s got a foot planted in the jazz guitar tradition.” (Premier Guitar)
*We can always accommodate wheelchair/mobility device accessible seating, please purchase your ticket(s) online, and email firstname.lastname@example.org to give us notice.
Sponsored by the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment
BRIC House is Brooklyn’s cultural living room: a 40,000 square foot multi-disciplinary arts and media complex in the former Strand Theatre, where emerging and established artists can create work that deepens their practice and engages the diverse communities of the borough.
BRIC is committed to welcoming people of all abilities. The main floor of BRIC House has an accessible entrance on Rockwell Place, in addition to an accessible, all-gender bathroom. Our Community Media Center, located on the 2nd floor, is accessible via elevator. The Gallery level is accessible via a wheelchair lift. Portable FM assistive listening devices are available for programs on the Stoop and in the Ballroom upon request. To make a specific access request, or to let us know other ways we can provide you with a welcoming experience, please contact Nia I'man Smith at email@example.com or (718)683-5986.
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