Show times 8 p.m. and 10 p.m.
The trio performance, which features Maestro Piecuch on multiple woodwinds with pianist Regan Ryzuk and bassist Larry Goldman, mixes classical music, modern jazz, and the ancient folk music of Europe and the Americas to create a unique experience that has been called “a remarkable display of versatility, styles, and hip arrangements” by New York Philharmonic saxophonist Albert Regni.
Piecuch was named Permanent Guest Conductor of the Moscow Philharmonic in 2003 and has also conducted the St. Petersburg Philharmonic, where in his debut performances, he thrilled audiences with Rolf Lieberman’s Concerto for Jazz Band and Symphony Orchestra. Yes, he placed an 18-piece jazz band right in the middle of the most honored orchestra of Russia!
Maestro Piecuch is available for interviews.
More information about the event can be found here: www.kitano.com/jazz
For more information on Maestro Piecuch, visit his official website www.martinpiecuch.com
JAZZ AT KITANO
66 Park Avenue (at 38th Street) in Manhattan.
$25 Cover + $15 Minimum
1st set from 8:00 PM until 9:15 PM
2nd Set from 10:00 PM until 11:15 PM.
Full menu available featuring American cuisine with a Pan Asian influence.
Early diners (7:00 PM) will receive preferred seating.
Reservations Advised. For more information, contact