Professor Gene Marlow's Heritage Ensemble Performs

PHENOMENAL! Down right tasty!!"
That's how John Ford of KAOS-FM radio in Olympia, Washington
describes Marlow's Heritage Ensemble.

The jazz quintet is devoted to the concert performance of beloved Hebraic liturgical and folk song melodies. At each performance they will perform several arrangements from their inaugural CD "Making the Music Our Own" (available at cdbaby.com).

Marlow's Heritage Ensemble performance uniquely blends bossa nova, Afro-Cuban, swing, and blues styles with these traditional Jewish melodies.

Jazz fans of all faiths will enjoy Marlow's Heritage Ensemble. As Pascal Dorban, Radio ARA, Luxembourg attests: "Those traditional Jewish tunes are well arranged and even seem to have been fitted for jazz in the first place."

Marlow's Heritage Ensemble features award-winning performers: Eugene Marlow (founder/pianist), Michael Hashim (saxophones), Frank Wagner (bass), Cristian Riveria (percussion), and world-renowned, multi-Grammy-nominated drummer Bobby Sanabria who will join the group
as a special guest artist for all performances listed below.

WHAT: PERFORMANCE: Marlow's Heritage Ensemble
DATE: Sunday, September 13, 2009
TIME: 3:00 p.m.
PLACE: The Eldridge Street Synagogue
12 Eldridge Street
(between Division and Canal Streets)
New York City
TICKETS: $15; $12 with Students ID & Seniors at the door

ABOUT
The gloriously restored Eldridge Street Synagogue, a National Historic
Landmark and Museum, is open to all comers. Opened in 1887, the Eldridge Street Synagogue is the first great house of worship built by East European Jews in New York and the United States. They proudly present "Marlow's Heritage Ensemble" as part of their Lost & Found music series.

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