Entertainment Cruise Productions presents a marathon of NYC jazz events. Marcus Miller performs in and/or hosts 5 amazing shows over a period of 3 days, March 20th to 22nd, for the ultimate NYC jazz experience. Enjoy top venues and an incredible line up of talent!
(Please Note: Shows and meals are included as noted. Prices does NOT include any transportation or accommodations at the Waldorf Astoria.)
Prices noted are per person.
Sunday, March 20
The NYC Jazz Scene with Marcus Miller:
Welcome Party & Show
Waldorf Astoria, 301 Park Avenue, New York, NY
The Emmet Cohen Trio and Jane Monheit & Trio kick off this exciting jazz series at a very exclusive fete at the renowned Waldorf Astoria hosted by Marcus Miller!• Cocktails and Supper Food: 7:00pm
• Emmet Cohen Trio: 7:30pm
• Jane Monheit & Trio: 9:00pm
PRICE: $500 includes cocktails (w/open deluxe brand bar), any array of supper foods, & both shows
Monday, March 21
The NYC Jazz Scene with Marcus Miller: John Pizzarelli Quartet
BB King Blues Club,
237 West 42nd Street, New York, NY
The John Pizzarelli Quartet performs at this special lunchtime show at B.B. King’s hosted by Marcus Miller.
• Lunch: 12:30pm
• John Pizzarelli Quartet: 1:30pm
PRICE: includes lunch (w/2 hr open bar) & show
The NYC Jazz Scene with Marcus Miller: Marcus Miller & Company
Diamond Horseshoe @ Paramount Hotel, 235 West 46th St., New York, NY
Cocktails, Dinner & Show hosted by Marcus Miller.
Marcus Miller takes the stage with some of NYC’s finest jazz musicians for a stellar show at this posh Midtown venue in the Paramount Hotel.• Cocktails and Dinner: 7:00pm
• Marcus Miller performs with Aaron Parks, Eric Harland, Gretchen Parlato & Gregoire Maret: 8:00pm
PRICE: $115 includes cocktails (w/open bar), dinner, & show
Tuesday, March 22
The NYC Jazz Scene with Marcus Miller: Cyrille Aimée
Blue Note, 131 West 3rd Street, New York, NY
Vocalist Cyrille Aimée performs at this special lunchtime show at the Blue Note hosted by Marcus Miller.• Lunch: 12:30 pm
• Cyrille Aimée: 1:30pm
PRICE: includes lunch (w/open bar) & show
Monday, March 22
The NYC Jazz Scene with Marcus Miller: Closing Night Gala & Farewell Jam
Birdland, 315 West 44th Street, New York, NY
Cocktails, Gala Dinner & Show hosted by Marcus Miller.
Don’t miss this fun, festive closing night celebration featuring Marcus Miller with Etienne Charles at one of the city’s esteemed jazz mainstays, Birdland.• Cocktails & Dinner: 6:00pm
• Marcus Miller Farewell Jam featuring Etienne Charles
PRICE: $100 includes cocktails (w/open bar), dinner, & show
COMPLETE MULTI-SHOW PACKAGE
The NYC Jazz Scene with Marcus Miller: Multi Event/Venue Package Ticket
Includes all 5 events with meals and drinks
SPECIAL PACKAGE PRICE: $650
(Reflects a $175 savings if each event purchased alone.)
ABOUT THE ARTISTS:
Marcus Miller, winner of two Grammy® Awards, recipient of the 2013 Edison Award for Lifetime Achievement in Jazz (Holland) and the 2010 Victoire du Jazz (France), and appointed UNESCO Artist for Peace in 2013, is not only an exceptional musician – a multi-instrumentalist and world-renown bassist – but also a highly gifted composer and producer. The legendary album “Tutu, ” written and produced for Miles Davis, sealed his international fame when Marcus was only 25. Over the course of his career, Marcus has collaborated with artists as varied and talented as Eric Clapton, George Benson, Luther Vandross, Roberta Flack, Aretha Franklin, Chaka Khan, Al Jarreau, George Duke, Wayne Shorter, Lalah Hathaway and Herbie Hancock. He also has produced his own genre-defying albums, among them “The Sun Don’t Lie, ” “Tales, ” “M2, ” “Silver Rain, ” “Free, ” “A Night in Monte Carlo (with the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra), ” and “Renaissance.” Along with international tours, Marcus Miller hosts a weekly program on SiriusXM radio show, “Miller Time.”
Jazz pianist Emmet Cohen has quickly become one of the most in demand musicians in New York. A finalist in both the 2011 Thelonious Monk International Piano Competition and the 2015 American Pianists Association’s Fellowship, Cohen plays with the maturity and confidence of a seasoned veteran. With astonishing technique and an innovative harmonic palate, Emmet engenders a deep musical bond with his audience. Cohen has shared the bandstand with a plethora of musical luminaries, working regularly with Kurt Elling, Herlin Riley, Ali Jackson, Brian Lynch, Billy Hart, Jimmy Heath, and many others. He completed a bachelors in music at the University of Miami and a masters degree at the Manhattan School of Music. This piano phenom can be found playing either piano or Hammond B3 Organ in New York City and all over the world.
Jane Monheit is an American jazz and pop vocalist. She has collaborated with artists such as John Pizzarelli, Michael Bublé, Ivan Lins, Terence Blanchard and Tom Harrell, and has received Grammy nominations (2003, 2005) for two of her recordings.
John Paul Pizzarelli, Jr. is an American jazz guitarist, vocalist, songwriter and bandleader. He has had a lengthy career as a recording artist, performing for a variety of labels that include Telarc Records, RCA Records and Chesky Records, among others. He has recorded 23 albums of his own, as well as other joint recordings with his father, Bucky Pizzarelli. Additionally, John has appeared on more than 40 albums of other recording artists, including those of Paul McCartney, James Taylor, Rosemary Clooney and his wife, Jessica Molaskey.
Cyrille Aimée is a Brooklyn-based French jazz singer known for rhythmic songs with roots in jazz and gypsy styles. She won the Montreux Jazz Festival Competition in 2007, was a finalist in 2010’2 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition, and won the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Competition in 2012. Cyrille, whose father was French and mother was from the Dominican Republic, grew up in the French town of Samois-sur-Seine, in Fontainebleau, France. New York Times music reviewer Stephen Holden described her as a blend of Michael Jackson and Sarah Vaughan and wrote that the “saucy, curly-haired jazz singer with one foot in tradition and the other in electronics, ” had a voice with a “tart, girlish chirp” and that her Surreal Band fused traditional and futuristic electronics with textures mixing jazz and funk. New York Times reviewer Nate Chinen wrote that Aimee had a “sweet, girlish voice that she controls with a sniper’s precision”.