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Showtime: 11:30AM
Doors Open at 10:30AM

n/a $35.00

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4U ~ Eliot Zigmund-Cettina Donato Jazz Quartet
Eliot Zigmund - Drums
Cettina Donato - Piano
Matt Garrison - Saxophones
Curtis Ostle - Bass

**Price includes brunch, music and a drink.**

Performing all original jazz compositions by Cettina Donato, the 4U Jazz Quartet will take you from sunny melodies to foggy riffs in a span of few musical moments. With enormous intensity and forceful melodies, the 4U Jazz Quartet leads audiences to the place of sweetest dreams.

Sicilian sunny, gifted and accomplished classical and jazz piano player, composer, arranger and conductor, Cettina Donato is one of the
most acclaimed Italian arrangers. A Berklee Alumna, Cettina performs as conductor and pianist in US, Canada and Europe.

Eliot Zigmund is a drummer with over 50 years of career, and a New York City native steeped in the jazz tradition of the city.

Zigmund has performed and recorded extensively with jazz luminaries such as Bill Evans, Michel Petrucciani, Jim Hall, Lee Konitz, Benny Golson, Eddie Henderson, Stan Getz, Eddie Gomez, Steve Swallow, Richie Beirach and many others.

He is in every way a musician with extensive experience but above all the art of listening.

When Cettina’s compositions meet the tasteful and sensitive artistry of Eliot Zigmund, the music becomes unpredictable like Sicily, the eternal crossroads of the Mediterranean.

Saxophonist Matt Garrison fervently pursues the art-form of jazz as reflected in his own words, "I like to think that I am a translator f
sorts. A jazz musician, in my opinion, is supposed to interpret the world around them and convert those situations and feelings into music."

New York City bassist and composer Curtis Ostle is known for his warm sound, lyrical solos, and strong rhythmic sense.


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