CNY Jazz Arts Foundation
PASCALE BLACK HISTORY MONTH CABARET
Ronnie Leigh’s Blues Shout
Date: Sunday, February 10, 2008 4:00PM
Location: Persian Terrace at the Hotel Syracuse, 500 S. Warren Street, Syracuse
Tickets: Call Cheryl at Pascales 315-471-3040, ext 203 for reservations. Tickets $25, Food stations available at additional cost
Ronnie Leigh in “Blues Shout” – a tribute to the great blues and jazz singers of the 20th century!
A frequent performer in resorts, jazz clubs, and concert halls throughout the country, Syracuse’s singing treasure Ronnie Leigh has shared the stage with The Drifters, Pat Metheny, The Yellowjackets, David Benoit, Special EFX, Spyro Gyra, David Sanborn, Tom Scott, Etta Jones and Jon Hendricks and the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra. Newbies, check him out at www.ronnieleigh.com
Saturday, January 05, 2008 8:00PM
Location: Jazz Central – 441 East Washington Street, Syracuse, NY 13202
JACQUI NAYLOR can only be described as… supremely versatile. This San Francisco- based vocalist and songwriter has launched her fifth CD, The Color Five, which shines through jazz, pop, and rock while adding touches of gospel, folk, blues, and even a little humor into the mix.
Michael Davis Jazzes Syracuse
Saturday May 3rd, 2008 8:00pm
Persian Terrace, 500 S. Warren St.
Central New York Jazz Arts season finale features trombonist/composer Michael Davis. Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts was moved to comment, “In this ‘bone-dry’ era, it is essential to have Michael Davis around.” (more…)
Friday March 28th, 2008 8:00pm
Carrier Theater, 411 Montgomery St.
A jazz legend, the consummate musician, educator and author Rufus Reid will perform “Linear Surroundings,” as well as selections from his recent “Live at the Kennedy Center” release with select members of the CNY Jazz Orchestra. Explore his entire career at www.rufusreid.com. (more…)
For the first 5 years The Great Eastern Whiteout has been held at Oswego County Fairgrounds. Every year the show gets bigger and bigger with plenty to do for the whole family. From the great show sleds to the people talking about remembering when and what they use to do as a kid to the races to the children checking out all the sleds in awe. We moved the show to Rolling Wheels Raceway Park because we out grew our past facility. (more…)