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Trinity Southport to Present Top New York Jazz Ensemble, the Curtis Nowosad Quartet, on the Lawn

One of New York’s most prominent jazz bands—the Curtis Nowosad Quartet—will perform a rare local area concert on the front lawn of Trinity Episcopal Church on Sunday, April 24th at 3:00 pm. This special event is open to ALL members of the community regardless of their religious affiliation.

Purchase tickets here.

A key player in galvanizing New York’s jazz cultural and spiritual awakening, Nowosad has been a major force in The Harlem Sessions, organized by renowned pianist Marc Cary. His New York-based ensemble has held court throughout the City—everywhere from Smalls to The Jazz Standard and full week residencies at Dizzy’s Club at Jazz at Lincoln Center (JALC).

Nowosad has played in the bands of Philip Harper, Craig Harris, rising star saxophonist Braxton Cook and Cary while headlining major jazz festivals in Canada and several in the U.S. On his self-titled album, the 31-year-old Canadian native emerges as a powerful musical force for social justice on a groundbreaking self-titled jazz and blues-driven collection that illuminates past and present history while creating some history of its own.

“We’re delighted to present the Curtis Nowosad Quartet to our community,” said Robert Kwan, Music Director at Trinity Episcopal Church. “They are master musicians and we’re in for a fun afternoon of top-notch entertainment. We welcome everyone who loves jazz.”

COVID CONSIDERATIONS: To comply with federal, state, and local guidelines, social distancing measures will be in place. All attendees must wear masks and be registered in advance for contact tracing purposes. Attendance at the event will be limited to 100 and no one will be admitted without tickets and advance registration. People should bring their own chairs.

The performance is the latest in Trinity’s “Music Under the Spire” series. Additional concerts in the series include Svetlana and the Delancey Five on May 15th and The Willerm Delisfort Project on June 5th.

Tickets for the Curtis Nowosad Quartet are $20 for adults, $10 for students and seniors, $55 for a family (2 adults and unlimited students/children); children 10 and under are free. Tickets for the full series are also available.

Tickets are $20 for adults; $10 for students and seniors; $55 for a family (1-2 adults; unlimited students); Children 10 and under are free.
Purchase online at www.trinitysouthport.org/music

Trinity Episcopal Church, 651 Pequot Avenue at the Corner of Center Street, Southport, CT

 

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