Blue Note New York

$20 Minimum Per Person
Full Bar & Dinner Menu
NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES.

  • All seating is first come, first served. 
  • Table Seating is all ages, Bar Area is 21+. Bar Area tickets for patrons under 21 will not be honored. 
Group Reservations:
  • Groups larger than 10 must purchase a group package at club@bluenote.net, or by calling 212.475.8592.
  • Groups larger than 10 without a group package will be subject to group surcharges added to your bill. 
  • Groups arriving late or separately are not guaranteed to be seated together. All seating is first come, first served. Arrive early for best seats.
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  • Bill Frisell

    Grammy winning guitarist Bill Frisell is a highly revered figure in the jazz and blues scene.

    There aren’t many artists that can attest to having a ‘signature’ sound, but like Miles Davis and a few others, he has built one from pure sound and inflection; an anti-technique that is instantly identifiable.

    Mixing rock, country, jazz and blues all with a playfully improvisational style, what separates Frisell from his contemporaries is his tenderness with the guitar, something that is wholly unique to his music and live performances.

  • Thomas Morgan

    Thomas Morgan, New York jazz bassist; born in Hayward, California; member of bands led by Craig Taborn, Jakob Bro, Giovanni Guidi, Dan Weiss, Jacob Sacks; and formerly Paul Motian, John Abercrombie, Steve Coleman, Tomasz Stańko, Masabumi Kikuchi.
  • Rudy Royston

    Born in Fort Worth, Texas, and raised in Denver, Colorado, Royston has been a professional teacher, drummer and percussionist for almost twenty years. He studied classical percussion at University of Denver where earned undergraduate degrees in Music and English, and accomplished teacher certification credentials from Metropolitan State College of Denver. Rudy grew up playing drums in church, and found his voice under the auspices of Colorado’s celebrated trumpeter Ron Miles, whom Royston deems his greatest influence, and with whom Rudy has played since 1991. He has taught, recorded and performed all styles of music from Jazz to marching percussion. Since moving to Piscataway, New Jersey in 2006, Royston has completed a Masters in Music degree from Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and performed with many of today’s finest Jazz musicians. Javon Jackson, Bill Frisell, Les McCann, David Gilmore, Ben Allison, Jason Moran, JD Allen, Sean Jones, Jeremy Pelt, Greg Osby, Jennifer Holiday, Ravi Coltrane, Ralph Bowen, Bruce Barth, George Colligan, Don Byron, Stanley Cowell, Tom Harrell, John Ellis, Jenny Scheinmenn and The Mingus Big Band, to name a few. A lover of all genres of music, Rudy continues to pursue music and expand his music horizons. You may see Royston’s performance schedule, as well as music downloads on his web space: www.rudyroyston.com.

  • Ambrose Akinmusire

    Trumpeter Ambrose Akinmusire rose to fame as part of the so-called 'West Coast Get Down' based out of LA and boasting the talents of Kamasi Washington, Terrace Martin and Thundercat but, as the Guardian notes, 'he's by far the most adventurous musician in that crowd'.
     
    Throughout his decade and a half career he has weaved between the centre and the left of jazz. Like many of his contemporaries, he expertly and cohesively joins the worlds of hip-hop and improvised, experimental music; his explorations on Blue Note through albums such as 2018's standout 'Harvest' and 2017's 'Live at the Village Vanguard', place him firmly in the rotations of a forward-thinking audience.
  • Gregory Tardy

    Born into a musical family, Gregory Tardy began his musical career studying classical clarinet. In high school, Gregory excelled in music, winning many awards and scholarship offers. While studying with renowned clarinetists Russell Dagon and Jack Snavely, Tardy began preparing for a symphony career. Over time, he began to be asked to play saxophone, to fill in missing gaps in various ensembles. Although he never practiced the saxophone seriously, Tardy began getting calls to play local funk gigs in the Milwaukee area. At the prodding of his older brother, Tardy finally listened to the duo recording of John Coltrane and Thelonious Monk playing “Monk’s Mood”, and then immediately determined to be a jazz musician.

    His passion for the saxophone took over his studies and soon his clarinet was gathering dust. At this time, he moved to St. Louis and after a year of performing on the jazz and blues scene, he decided to move back to his birthplace, New Orleans, in order to focus his jazz studies even further. “This proved to be a great move”, Tardy says. “ There were all of these outstanding players down there-many of which went on to be well known, like Nicholas Payton, Brian Blade, Victor Goines, Mark Turner, Delfeayo, and Jason Marsalis, and far too many others to mention. Many, like I, came to study with Ellis Marsalis; some were just hanging out. It was there that I really started to get my playing together.” While in New Orleans, Tardy also played with some of the local brass bands, and did some gigging with the Neville Brothers, Allen Toussaint, and groups of all styles. But he never stopped pursuing jazz.

    In 1992, Tardy recorded his first solo project, Crazy Love. 1992 is also the year that he was picked up by Elvin Jones Jazz Machine, a relationship that lasted several years. During the time with the legendary Elvin Jones, Tardy felt that it was finally time to move to the Big Apple. In New York, he went on to perform and record with an extremely large array of prominent artists including: Tom Harrell, Dave Douglas, Wynton Marsalis, Jay McShann, Steve Coleman, Betty Carter, James Moody, Bill Frisell, Rashied Ali, John Patitucci, and many more. In 1999, Tardy began to play in various bands led by the great Andrew Hill; a relationship that lasted many years and produced several highly acclaimed recordings. He has also performed and/or recorded alongside many other notable saxophonists, such as Joe Lovano, Mark Turner, Chris Potter, Dewey Redman, Ravi Coltrane, and many others. In more recent years, Tardy has gone full circle, bringing his clarinet out of retirement, using it on recordings by Tom Harrell, Ohad Talmor/Steve Swallow, Stefon Harris, Chris Potter, and Andrew Hill.

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