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Cyrus Chestnut Trio featuring Russell Malone

Our temporary power outage at the Jazz St. Louis offices and Jazz at the Bistro has been restored, however, phone lines are still down. Tickets for tonight’s (Thursday, April 3) shows starting at 7:30 & 9:30 pm are available for purchase at the door. Tickets for future shows may be purchased by calling MetroTix at […]

Matt Wilson Quartet plus John Medeski

CD Release Party Sponsored by Welcomed by KHDX 88.1FM   “One of the best working bands in New York City!” The New York Times Help the Matt Wilson Quartet and John Medeski celebrate the release of their upcoming collaborative album Gathering Call at Jazz at the Bistro! The album is set to be released on […]

Regina Carter Quartet

Sponsored by Nancy & Ken Kranzberg “Wonderfully listenable, probingly intelligent, and at times, breathtakingly daring…taking the listener into the future of jazz.” TIME Magazine Regina Carter’s career has been a veritable crescendo of success that shows no sign of letting up. She is on a mission: to make a meaningful musical contribution and do it […]

Abyssinian: A Gospel Celebration

featuring the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis and Chorale Le Chateau Sponsored by “…immediately breaks into the top five musical experiences of my life.” –Jeffrey Rossman, CVNC For one night only, conductor Damien Sneed will lead Wynton Marsalis,  the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, and his 70-voice gospel choir, Chorale Le Chateau, […]

John & Bucky Pizzarelli

“The communication between Mr. Pizzarelli and his father… was especially intuitive and affectionate.” The New York Times John Pizzarelli has been playing guitar since age six, following in the footsteps of his father, guitar legend Bucky Pizzarelli. Bucky, a fixture in jazz and the studios since the early 1950s, exposed John to all the great […]

Sean Jones Quartet

“When Jones solos, soaring with a gentle strength as his band swells behind him, it’s not just a pretty melody…It’s praise.” JazzTimes As has become evident over the course of his five previous albums, Sean Jones is particularly adept at conquering complex emotional depths through his trumpet playing and compositions. He has revealed himself to […]

Christian McBride Trio

Sponsored by   Beck/Allen Cabinetry Welcomed by KDHX 88.1FM “McBride never disappoints, and his latest band, like its predecessors, is worth seeking out.” JazzTimes Christian McBride is the premier bassist on today’s jazz and pop scene. He is simply without peer on his instrument and the first choice as collaborator for everyone from Sting and […]

Bill Charlap Trio with special guest Houston Person

Co-Sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. William C. Rusnack &  “When {Charlap} sits down to play, the result is an embrace, an act of possession…but no matter how imaginative or surprising his take on a song is, he invariably zeroes in on its essence.” TIME Magazine “{Person’s} one of the best…he’s got bull chops!” Dizzy Gillespie […]

Poncho Sanchez & His Latin Jazz Band

Exclusively Sponsored by  World Wide Technology & The Steward Family Foundation “As Elvis is to rock and James Brown is to soul, Poncho Sanchez is to salsa…particularly the congas.” –Los Angeles Times If music were about pictures, percussionist Poncho Sanchez’s music would best be described as a kaleidoscopic swirl of some of the hottest colors and brightest […]

Laurence Hobgood Quintet featuring Ernie Watts

“[Watts] is one of the greatest living tenor saxophonists, at the top of his game.” All About Jazz “Alert listeners have known for years that…Hobgood is one of the best pianists of his generation.” Mojo Magazine (UK) Pianist Laurence Hobgood has enjoyed a multi-faceted and dynamic career. Since 1995, Hobgood has been the musical director […]

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