Barbara Sfraga & CSQ, Fri., 4/7 @ Enzo's Jazz @ The Jolly Hotel 8:30 PM & 10:30 sets


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@ Enzo's Jazz at The Jolly Hotel Madison Towers
22 East 38th Street (at Madison Avenue) 212.802.0600
$15. cover charge, 1 drink min.

Friday, April 7th
8:30 PM & 10:30 sets
Barbara Sfraga & Center Search Quest
Voicist 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

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

...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

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

Won is outwardly comfortable within a variety of modes. He often soars skyward with passion and fire, yet can spin a memorable melody into an improvisational launching pad... (A top pick for 2005...) ~ JazzReview.com (on Won's The Jewel in the Lotus)

Enzo's Jazz Room at The Jolly Hotel Madison Towers in the Whaler Bar located in the Lobby Complimentary antipasti served by Ristorante Cinque Terre

For just a $15 cover charge, guests can spend all evening nestling up to The Whaler Bar's roaring fire place while listening to some hot jazz and enjoying complimentary antipasti - a surefire way to chase the winter blues away! ~ Grand Central Partnership News

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

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