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Regina Carter

Regina Carter

Nov 12th 2017 @ New Jersey Performing Arts Center

Newark, NJ
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About Regina Carter
Genres:
Jazz And Classical Music, Jazz
Hometown:
Detroit, Mich.

Violin virtuoso Regina Carter is considered the foremost jazz violinist of her generation; she is also a MacArthur Fellow (and a recipient of the famed “genius grant”). D...
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Sunday, November 12th, 2017
2:00 PM
New Jersey Performing Arts Center
1 Center Street, Newark, NJ 07102
Kevin Mahogany, the renowned jazz baritone from Kansas City, performs at NJPAC's Sunday brunch series at NICO Kitchen + Bar as part of the TD James Moody Jazz Festival. With more than 10 recordings as a leader, vocalist, businessman and educator, Mahogany has been the standard setter for jazz vocalists for three decades. Newsweek called him "the standout jazz vocalist of his generation." In his hometown, he learned to swing like Charlie Parker, shout the blues like Big Joe Turner and cry a ballad like Lester Young. He elaborates and refines the jazz vocal legacies of Lambert, Hendricks & Ross, Eddie Jefferson and Al Jarreau into myriad dimensions of music - from gutbucket, the Great American Songbook and gospel to Mingus and Motown. A sumptuous buffet brunch, including an omelet station and a medley of desserts, is served at NICO Kitchen + Bar at 11am and 1pm, with performances scheduled at 11:30am and 1:30pm.
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About Regina Carter
Genres:
Jazz And Classical Music, Jazz
Hometown:
Detroit, Mich.

Violin virtuoso Regina Carter is considered the foremost jazz violinist of her generation; she is also a MacArthur Fellow (and a recipient of the famed “genius grant”). D...
Read More
Fan Live Reviews
July 29th 2018
Fabulous show.
June 11th 2018
Excellent, moving, magical
New York, NY@
Birdland
December 19th 2013
"Shoo-Rye" might be one of the most beautiful jazz pieces I've ever heard. I will have to buy the forthcoming "Southern Comfort" album to be sure.