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Barbara Sfraga & Center Search Quest at Enzo's Jazz/The Jolly Hotel Madison Towers, Fri, Feb 24

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24th
8:30 PM & 10:30 PM sets
@ Enzo's Jazz at The Jolly Hotel Madison Towers
22 East 38th Street (at Madison Avenue)
in the Whaler Bar
212-802-0600
$15 cover

BARBARA SFRAGA & CENTER SEARCH QUEST
www.barbarasfraga.com
Vocalist Barbara Sfraga featuring CSQ's Bass Artisan Christopher Dean Sullivan and Soundrhythium Michael T.A. Thompson with Keyboardist/Pianist/Vocalist Mala Waldron and Multi-Reedist Allen Won

“The jazz room comes as a surprise amid all of this early 20th century sophistication--at once chummy and expansive, vibrant and sedate. Yet the room swings"--Suzanne Lorge, All about Jazz

“This is jazz singing at its cutting-edge best, evidence ... of the art's capacity for creative expansion and evolution"--Don Heckman, LA Times

“Mala Waldron's playing exhibits a fascinating combination of tension and relaxation that sustains the mood of each composition"--Shariff Abdur-Salaam, WKCR-FM

“You might hear intimations of icons like Mark Murphy and Sheila Jordan in her delivery, but Barbara Sfraga's very much her own woman"--Time Out New York

“Chris Sullivan and Michael Thompson are masters of feel, maestros of the deep earthen groove ... fans of Parker and Drake will surely not be disappointed--SIGNAL TO NOISE Magazine

Contact:
Enzo Capua, [email protected]
Lorraine Tucci, [email protected]















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