JazzFest 2019: Downtown White Plains Jazz Stroll

September 11, 2019 @ 5:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Multiple Locations
Mamaroneck Ave
White Plains, NY 10601
JazzFest 2019: Downtown White Plains Jazz Stroll
JazzFest 2019: Downtown White Plains Jazz Stroll @ Multiple Locations |  |  |

5:30pm | Albert Rivera Quartet | Mediterraneo White Plains (189 Main St.)
Saxophonist Albert Rivera has toured North America and played at venues such as the River Room in Harlem and Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola at Lincoln Center. In 2009, he was the recipient of the ASCAP Young Jazz Composer Award.

6:30pm | Pablo Mayor’s Folklore Urbano NYC Trio | Morton’s The Steakhouse (5 Mamaroneck Ave.)
Pablo Mayor is one of the leading contemporary voices of Colombian music. His trio combines the native rhythms of Colombia with Jazz, Salsa, and Cuban Charanga. The Folklore Urbano NYC Trio has been heard throughout the USA, including renowned venues across the NYC area, as well as Canada and Colombia.

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7:30pm | The Brian Carter Quartet | The Ritz-Carlton, Westchester (3 Renaissance Square)
Jazz drummer Brian Carter has affiliations with many musicians, including Bob Baldwin, Gil Parris, Bernie Williams, Eddie Henderson, Wali Ali, Nico Morelli and the late Didier Lockwood.

8:30pm | Gilberto Colon Jr. & Ensalada De Pulpo | Sunset Restaurant Bar (49 Mamaroneck Ave.)
Gilberto “Pulpo” Colón Jr. is a pianist, composer, arranger, producer and band leader, best known for his role as Musical Director for salsa superstar Héctor Lavoe. Colón has worked & recorded with Latin music’s most popular artists including Pete ‘El Conde’ Rodríguez, Francisco ‘Kako’ Bastar, Louie Ramirez, and many more.

All of our Jazz Stroll events on Wednesday evening are free performances, so plan to patronize our JazzFest Resteraunt Partners with your purchase of dinner and drinks.

The 8th annual JazzFest White Plains features an impressive lineup of internationally renowned musicians spanning a weeklong celebration of jazz, culture and community from September 11-15, 2019. The five-day festival produced by ArtsWestchester, The City of White Plains and The White Plains BID is presented this year by Bank of America.

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