Richard Sussman Trio Appearing at Mezzrow Thursday, October 12th Sets 8 & 9:30pm
Dear Friends & Music Lovers,
Just a quick reminder that I'll be at Mezzrow this coming Thursday, Oct. 12, with Tim Hagans-trumpet & Jay Anderson-bass. We'll be playing some new & old originals, a few standards, AND featuring some rarely played, beautiful original tunes by jazz piano legend Hank Jones.
I hope to see some of you there!
Thursday, October 12, Shows at 8:00 & 9:30pm
RICHARD SUSSMAN Trio
Richard Sussman, piano
Tim Hagans, trumpet
Jay Anderson, bass
Long acknowledged as an accomplished and innovative jazz pianist, arranger, composer, and educator, with a long list of credits, Richard Sussman has been passionately exploring the inner and outer frontiers of contemporary musical expression throughout his entire career. Richard is joined here by two of the best jazz musicians on the planet.
163 W 10th St
New York, NY
"Pianist Richard Sussman is among the most ambitious composers on the jazz scene today. His latest project, the epic Evolution Suite, exemplifies this creative outlook with dignity and self-assurance."
- Brian Zimmerman, Downbeat Four Stars! ✮✮✮✮
"A cohesive work displaying his mastery of composition and improvisation. Filled with diverse rhythms and themes, a palpable excitement, fascinating electronics, and very beautiful moments – the effect of all of this is thrilling."
- Laurel Gross, NYC Jazz Record
"It was an amazing and very impressive work!
BRAVO & CONGRATULATIONS! "
- Rufus Reid
"Beautiful piece, Richard. Congratulations!"
- Kenny Werner
"I checked out your "The Evolution Suite". WOW!! Great! What an ambitious project. Bravo!!"
- Ed Neumeister
"a flair for well-wrought melody and firmly structured solos... with an interest in dark, deep, and even mysterious themes." - Neal Tesser, Downbeat
"Sussman's excellent composing and playing is the driving force at the center of Continuum. Whether weaving a tender meditation like "The Wayfarer" or building a solo whose intricacy seems to reflect his kinetic energy, Sussman mines countless riches from the keyboard."
– Terrell Holmes, New York City Jazz Record
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