Jazz House Concerts at Becky Ogden’s East Fifth Avenue Bungalow This Weekend

This weekend, the Bungalow Jazz House concerts return to Becky Ogden’s East 5th avenue Bungalow. Highlights include Ali Ryerson and the Mara Rosenbloom Quartet. Here are the complete details of this weekend’s shows…

Ali Ryerson

Friday, April 16, 8:00 p.m.
$20, $15 seniors, $5 students
Ali Ryerson, jazz flute
Steve Rudolph, piano Roger Hines, bass

Ali Ryerson has emerged as one of the most exciting and versatile flutists on the scene today performing with such diverse talents as Dr. Billy Taylor, Kenny Barron, Stephane Grappelli, Frank Wess, Red Rodney, Laurindo Almeida, Art Farmer, Maxine Sullivan, Roy Haynes, Julius Baker.

As a jazz pianist, composer, arranger and educator, Steve Rudolph has had an inspiring career in his 40 years of professional music making. His vast experience encompasses concert performances with many jazz masters including: Louie Bellson, Clark Terry, Terry Gibbs, Rufus Reid, Buddy Tate, Al Grey, Bill Goodwin, and Sal Nistico.

Mara Rosenbloom Quartet

Sunday, April 18, 7:00 p.m. $15, $10, $5
The quartet members are NYU graduate school alumni on tour from NYC.

mara_rosenbloomMara Rosenbloom, piano
Mara studied jazz composition and piano at New York University, graduating in 2008 with a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies. Mara currently lives in Brooklyn.

Darius Jones, alto sax
Brooklyn-based alto saxophonist, composer, and producer, Darius Jones has been a unique and powerful force in the NY musical community since his arrival in 2005. He received a Master?s Degree in Jazz performance/Composition from NYU in 2008.

Maeve Royce, bass
Born in Baltimore, Maryland and nesting in a few other east coast cities along the way, Maeve currently makes her home in New York City. During her time on the East Coast, she has completed both a Bachelors Degree in Music at the New School, as well as a Master?s degree in Jazz Studies at NYU. At the young age of 22, Maeve began performing with internationally acclaimed jazz pianist Rachel Z.

Nick Anderson, drums
Born in San Diego, Nick Anderson moved east to study at Berklee School of Music and received his graduate degree at NYU. He performs in New York nightly with a wide variety of ensembles and groups.

Check bungalowjazz.com for details about house concerts,
House concerts furnish sodas, coffee, light snacks and are BYOB.
Becky Ogden msrebecca@sbcglobal.net
Becky’s house is north of Bexley between I-670 and Cassady Avenue
2539 East Fifth Avenue, 43219, driveway & parking access from 2539 Margaret (one street south of Fifth)

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