1867 Sanctuary at Ewing
Preservation New Jersey • 1867 Sanctuary at Ewing • PO Box 7815• West Trenton, NJ 08628
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Grand Opening Festival
Jazz Music Series
Jazz Music Series:
Rodney Jones 2016 Concert An Evening of Love, Light, and Jazz

Rodney Jones and Friends:

Rodney Jones, guitar
Tony Forliano, guitar
Lynn Riley, saxophone
Maiko Uchida, drums
Nick Salcido, bass

Saturday, November 19, 2016, 8:00 pm
at the 1867 Sanctuary at Ewing

Hue Entertainment Hue Entertainment and TFJG Music are pleased to present world renowned Jazz Guitarist Rodney Jones and Friends for an evening performance featuring standards, straight ahead jazz and some of their latest recordings. Rodney has played with such Jazz greats as Dizzy Gillespie, Lena Horne and George Benson. Rodney will be joined by talented local artists.

Born in New Haven, CT, Rodney Jones started playing guitar at age 6. He studied at City College of New York with pianist John Lewis, founder of the Modern Jazz Quartet, and with guitar legend Bruce Johnson. Career highlights include playing with Dizzy Gillespie (three years), Lena Horne (20 years as guitarist/musical director), and Ruth Brown (guitarist/musical director). Extensive TV work includes staff guitarist, The Rosie O'Donnell Show, The Cosby Show, Showtime at the Apollo, The Rhythm and Blues Foundation, and The Apprentice. As a leader, he recorded CDs for Blue Note Records, Verve, HighNote and others. He has Recordings with Dizzy Gillespie, Kenny Burrell, Carl Allen, Billy Joel, Dave Koz, Ray Charles, Maceo Parker, and James Brown. Master classes at Eastman School, Berklee College, and others. He currently is on the faculty of the Juillliard School. He has toured internationally and given lectures worldwide on music as well as the Art of Spiritual Living at Eckankar seminars. Music and videos can be found online at www.rodneyjones.com.

Tony Forliano is a Philadelphia area jazz musician, composer, music educator, recording artist, and author who has been providing services in performing excellence for more than 25 years. Deeply rooted in the Philly area music scene, Tony has routinely drawn from his relationships with many of the finest musicians in the area to assemble a wide range of musical performance groups. Whether performing in a small intimate setting, at Presidential dinner parties, or on the grand stage of the Republican National Convention, Tony has continually and consistently provided and contributed to some of the finest jazz entertainment in the Philadelphia area. Music and videos are available on tonyforlianojazz.com

Lynn Riley enjoys a vibrant career as a jazz musician, composer, and educator, whose primary instruments are saxophone and flute. As the leader of The World-Mix, Lynn has been described more than once as "Superwoman" of the sax. Born in Washington, D.C., and raised outside of Philadelphia, Pa., she received a B. A. in Ethnomusicology from the University of Hawaii. Her time spent in Hawaii was influential in developing her sensibility to, and awareness of, different musical cultures. She continued her musical studies at the University of Missouri Kansas City, studied privately with Doris Sellers (principal flutist of the Kansas City Symphony), saxophone with Ahmed Alladeen, and immersed in its rich jazz tradition, apprenticed and performed with many of KC's jazz legends. She became involved with the Women's Jazz Festival, an international festival highlighting women musicians. There she had the opportunity to play with luminaries like Carmen McRae, Marian McPartland, Shirley Scott, Emily Remler and Blossom Dearie. After 5 years on the Board of Directors, she headed back east. Since returning to Philadelphia, Lynn has performed with many great artists like Grover Washington Jr., Philly Joe Jones, David Bromberg, Rachelle Farrell, Charles Earland, Gerald Veasley, David Murray and Johnny Pacheco, as well as leading her own group Lynn Riley And The World-Mix. She was chosen to perform at the Painted Bride Arts Center for their series Women Leaders in Jazz in 2000. She has opened for artists such as Najee, Spyro Gyra, Nelson Rangell, Nester Torres, Andy Narell, the Indigo Girls, Brenda K Star, the Mahotella Queens and Compai Segundo of the Buena Vista Club. She has performed throughout the United States, as well as in Europe, Africa, South America and the Caribbean.

More recently Lynn has been expanding her composing vocabulary, traveling and performing in Ghana, Cuba, South Africa, Bolivia, Brazil and Columbia, adding fresh material to The World-Mix repertoire. She received a Window of Opportunity grant from the Leeway Foundation in 2004. Her proficiency has been recognized by the Trane Stop Resource Institute, which presented her with an award acknowledging her contribution in preserving and promoting Afro-American Classical Music. The NAJE presented her with an award for Outstanding Service to Jazz Education.

Lynn has been on the faculty of the Performing Arts Department of Drexel University since 1998. She was director of the AMLA (Latin American Musician’s Association) Roots of Latin Jazz program, presenting workshops to schools throughout the Greater Philadelphia area from 2000-2010. She was also the Artist in Residence for Opera Seabrook's 2008-09 season.

Collaboration with long time friend, co-band member and producer Rubin Edwards has generated many magical musical moments, from riveting live performances and beautiful compositions to production of Lynn's albums Too Cool (2009) and her new release Lynn Riley and The World-Mix Say What (2014). Music and video of Lynn Riley is available at www.lynnriley.com.

Maiko Uchida – drummer, composer, and bandleader – was born in Oita city, Japan. She started to play percussion instruments while she was in junior high school. She moved to New York in spring of 2004 and enrolled at The New School, where she majored in Jazz and Contemporary Music, and studied with Ari Hoenig, Carl Allen, Charlie Pership, Reggie Workman, Jane Ira Bloom, Billy Harper and George Garzone. She graduated from the New School in May of 2007 and since then had opportunities to play at prestigious jazz clubs in and around New York City such as Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola (Lincoln Center), Sweet Rhythm, Smalls and various other locations. As the leader of a creative jazz ensemble Moonset, Maiko released a CD "Lifelong Endeavor" in 2007.Music and photos are available at maikouchida.com.

Nick Salcido , bassist and composer, lives in Philadelphia. As a child, Nick would sing along to old Motown and 50’s songs on the radio, leading to guitar and bass lessons. At Bates College, he earned a BA in Music with Honors in Composition. He has taught in small, private studios in Northeast Philadelphia and Washington, DC. In addition to private lessons, Nick has worked with kids, helping them form bands and prepare to compete in statewide “Battle of the Bands” performances. He currently plays in several ensembles in the Philadelphia area, earning the title of “Philly Band of the Year” at the 2012 Tri-State Indie Awards and performing at the Peach Music Festival, run by the iconic Allman Brothers. Nick has also toured with the Kalob Griffin Band and performed with a member of a popular funk-jazz group, Soulive. Nick loves to travel the US and explore the local flavor, including food, wherever he finds himself.

Tickets are $20 for General Admission, $15 for Friends of the Sanctuary, $15 for New Jersey Jazz Society Members, and only $5 for school and college students with ID. Tickets may be purchased online below by selecting your ticket option and clicking on the "Buy Now" link to use credit or debit card or your PayPal account. If ordering two or three ticket types, each type must be purchased in a separate order. You will receive an email confirmation of each purchase. Online tickets will be held at the box office; please print and bring your receipt in case it is needed to confirm your purchase.

GROUP RATES are now available! Choose the Group ticket option and each ticket will have a $5 discount from the General Admission price (same as the Friends of the 1867 Sanctuary ticket price)! Group rate tickets must be purchased in quantities of 10 or more within a single purchase. Group rates apply only to advance online sales and cannot be purchased at the box office prior to the concert. Groups must present themselves at the box office at the same time. For group orders of fewer than 10 people, the full General Admission rate (less the amount prepaid) may be required at the box office at the time of admission. Group rates do not apply to Student prices.

Tickets may be reserved at the box office for payment by cash, check or credit card by calling 609-392-6409 or emailing 1867sanctuary@preservationnj.org. Tickets may also be purchased at the door as space allows.

For more info about Hue Entertainment visit huentertainment.com or call Lisa Gage: 215-266-8426. For information about TFJG Music visit www.tonyforlianojazz.com.

Wheelchair accessibleThe 1867 Sanctuary is wheelchair accessible using the ramp on the left side of the building.

Jazz at the 1867 Sanctuary and throughout the Trenton/Princeton area is featured on trenton.jazznearyou.com. Download their app for iOS, Android, and Kindle Fire!

New Jersey Jazz Society

Preservation New Jersey is pleased to share the news that the New Jersey Jazz Society (NJJS) is co-sponsoring jazz events at the 1867 Sanctuary. We encourage fans of our jazz concerts and jazz musicians to join NJJS at www.njjs.org so they receive their award-winning Jersey Jazz journal 11 times a year and other special benefits, including a $5 discount on tickets to Jazz Music Series concerts at the 1867 Sanctuary at Ewing!

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