Vache dixie/swing concert
Led by cornetist Warren Vache, seven New England top professional musicians play a 3-hour concert of dixieland and swing favorites in a concert
Where:Providence Marriott ballroom
When: Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014 4:00pm
The musicians are Paul Schmelling, piano, former head of the piano dept at Berklee College of Music for 25 years; Marty Ballou, an associate of Duke Robillard, will play bass; Artie Cabral, one of New England's top drummers and formerly of the Woody Herman, Herb Pomery and Rob McConnel's bands; Arnie Krakowsky, tenor sax, in the bands of Ray Charles, Artie Shaw and Dick Johnson with great reviews from music critic Nat Hentoff; Billy Novick, clarinet, associate of Guy VanDuser and member of the New Black Eagle Jazz Band; Dick Whaley, formerly of the Duke Belair Jazz Band and an associate of Art Pelosi and Jimmy Mazzy, one of this country's top banjo plays and a great Dixieland vocalist.
Warren Vache, a popular New York City cornetist, plays concerts throughout the United States and internationally. He and saxophonist Scott Hamilton made many class---and highly-selling---records for Concord.
These musicians are great players, have tremendous personalities and you never know what antics they'll be up to. Will be a very enjoyable show, with great toe-tapping music and lots of fun and laughs.
Providence Marriott, Charles and Orms Streets (View)
Corner of Charles and Orms Streets, Providence, RI
Providence, RI 02906
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|