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DAVE ALLEN TRIO (Thursday)
Dave Allen leads a group with two creative rhythm partners: the bassist John Hebert and the drummer Ted Poor. At 8 and 10 p.m., Bar Next Door, 129 Macdougal Street, West Village

MOSE ALLISON TRIO (Thursday)
Mose Allison, Ratzo Harris on bass and Tom Whaley on drums. (Through March 15.) At 7:30 and 9:30 p.m., Jazz Standard, 116 East 27th Street, Manhattan

MARCO BENEVENTO TRIO (Saturday)
At 10 p.m., Bell House, 149 Seventh Street, Gowanus, Brooklyn

FRANK CARLBERG QUINTET (Saturday)
At 9 and 10:30 p.m., Cornelia Street Caf, 9 Cornelia Street, West Village

THE DETROIT 3 (Friday and Saturday)
The pianist Geri Allen, the bassist Robert Hurst and the drummer Karriem Riggins share common origins in Detroit. At 8 and 10 p.m., Kitano Hotel, 66 Park Avenue, at 38th Street

DICK AND DEREK’S PIANO PARTY (Saturday)
Dick Hyman and Derek Smith in the company of collaborators like the clarinetist Evan Christopher and the drummer Eddie Locke. Among the other pianists on hand are Bill Charlap, Rossano Sportiello and Meral Guneyman. At 8 p.m., 92nd Street Y, 1395 Lexington Avenue

LOU DONALDSON QUARTET (Tuesday through Thursday)
Pat Biondi on organ, Randy Johnston on guitar and Fukushi Tainaka on drums.At 9 and 11 p.m., Village Vanguard, 178 Seventh Avenue South, at 11th Street, West Village

HARRIS EISENSTADT/NATE WOOLEY (Saturday)
At 9 and 10 p.m., I-Beam Music, 168 Seventh Street, between Second and Third Avenues, Gowanus, Brooklyn

ROBERTA GAMBARINI (Friday through Sunday)
At 8 and 10:30 p.m., Blue Note, 131 West Third Street, West Village

PEDRO GIRAUDO JAZZ ORCHESTRA (Friday and Saturday)
This big band, led by the Argentine bassist Pedro Giraudo, as part of the Jazz Gallery’s Large Ensemble Commissions series. At 9 and 10:30 p.m., Jazz Gallery, 90 Hudson Street, at Spring Street, South Village

MIKE HOLOBER AND GOTHAM JAZZ ORCHESTRA (Tuesday and Wednesday)
Mike Holober serves as pianist, composer and arranger for the Gotham Jazz Orchestra, The band’s ranks here suggest a formidable cross- section of New York big- band talent, with players like the trumpeter Tony Kadleck, the multireedist Charles Pillow and the drummer John Riley. At 7:30 and 9:30 p.m., Jazz Standard, 116 East 27th Street, Manhattan

THE JAZZ MASTERS SALUTE THE BROADWAY MASTERS (Wednesday and Thursday)
What elevates this engagement is the presence of a genuine master, the 90-year- old pianist Hank Jones, along with two of his junior statesmen, the saxophonist and flutist Frank Wess, 87, and the bassist Rufus Reid, 65. (Through March 15.) At 8:30 and 10:30 p.m., Iridium, 1650 Broadway, at 51st Street

ADAM KOLKER QUARTET (Sunday)
Anchored by the bassist John Hebert. He does the same here, welcoming to the equation the responsive drummer Gerry Hemingway and the fluid guitarist Ben Monder. At 8:30 p.m., Cornelia Street Caf, 29 Cornelia Street, West Village

LEE KONITZ DUO (Wednesday)
At 9 and 10:30 p.m., Jazz Gallery, 290 Hudson Street, at Spring Street, South Village

STEVE KUHN, EDDIE GOMEZ, AL FOSTER (Wednesday and Thursday)
(Through March 14). At 8:30 and 11 p.m., Birdland, 315 West 44th Street, Clinton

PETE MALINVERNI QUINTET (Friday and Saturday)
The pianist Pete Malinverni with the trumpeter Scott Wendholt, the tenor saxophonist Rich Perry, the bassist Ugonna Okegwo and the drummer Tom Melito. At 10:30 p.m. and midnight, Smalls, 183 West 10th Street, West Village

HENDRIK MEURKENS TRIO (Saturday)
“Samba to Go!” (Zoho) finds the harmonica virtuoso Hendrik Meurkens once again exploring the rhythms of Brazil. At 7 and 9 p.m., Bar Next Door, 129 Macdougal Street, West Village

ODEAN POPE SAXOPHONE CHOIR (Thursday)
Features nine saxophones and a rhythm section, and produces an unmistakable sound. , the saxophonist James Carter, returns next week. (Through March 15.) At 8 and 10:30 p.m., Blue Note, 131 West Third Street, West Village

ERIC REED TRIO (Monday)
The pianist Eric Reed,Dezron Douglas on bass, and Rodney Green on drums. At 7 and 8:30 p.m., Smoke, 2751 Broadway, at 106th Street

SACRED ELLINGTON (Saturday)
A centerpiece production of the Honor! Festival organized by Jessye Norman, this concert features music from Duke Ellington’s three Sacred Concerts, with a split impulse of reverence and reinvention. Ms. Norman will sing the hymns originally designed for Mahalia Jackson; the Flux Quartet and the Sacred Voices gospel choir will both perform; and there will be several dancers, along with a jazz ensemble that includes the saxophonist Bill Easley and the trumpeter Mike Lovatt. At 8 p.m., Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, 1047 Amsterdam Avenue, at 112th Street, Morningside Heights

SFJAZZ COLLECTIVE (Friday and Saturday)
This excellent all-star ensemble divides its repertory between original compositions and the oeuvre of a post-bop luminary. For the current season, that means music by the pianist McCoy Tyner, played by the trumpeter Dave Douglas, the trombonist Robin Eubanks, the saxophonists Joe Lovano and Miguel Zenn, the pianist Renee Rosnes, the bassist Matt Penman and the drummer Eric Harland. At 7:30 and 9:30 p.m., Frederick P. Rose Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, 60th Street and Broadway

THE THIRTEENTH ASSEMBLY (Wednesday) This collective — the guitarist Mary Halvorson, the cellist Jessica Pavone, the cornetist Taylor Ho Bynum and the drummer Tomas Fujiwara. At 8 p.m., Barbès, 376 Ninth Street, at Sixth Avenue, Park Slope, Brooklyn

DENNY ZEITLIN TRIO (Tuesday and Wednesday)
At 7:30 and 9:30 p.m., Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola, Frederick P. Rose Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, 60th Street and Broadway

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