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 425 E. Route 59 , Nanuet, NY, US, 10954

  • Phone: (845) 623-6000
  • Fax: (845) 623-9338
4.2 out of 5 (287 reviews)
82% of guests recommend this hotel

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Catherine Russell is a New Yorker, born into musical royalty. Her father, the late Luis Russell, was a native of Panama who moved to New Orleans and then New York City, becoming a pioneering pianist/composer/bandleader, and Louis Armstrongs long-time musical director. Her mother, Carline Ray, an outstanding bassist and vocalist, has performed with Mary Lou Williams and International Sweethearts of Rhythm. Considering her roots and family pedigree, its no surprise that Catherine Russell is a one-of-a-kind singer and musician. Cat is in demand as a backing singer and multi-instrumentalist, having performed and recorded with artists including Steely Dan, Levon Helm, David Bowie, Cyndi Lauper, Paul Simon, Jackson Browne, Michael Feinstein, Carrie Smith, and Rosanne Cash.  Of her debut album Cat, (World Village/Harmonia Mundi), she made critic and Sinatra biographer, Will Friedwalds top 10 list who stated She is a fresh and original voice. The most exciting debut album Ive heard in a long time. Its a delight to hear the real thing in Catherine Russell, wrote the dean of jazz writers, Nat Hentoff, in The Wall Street Journal.  .   A streetwise New York City native born and raised in Washington Heights, Lakecia Benjamin has become one of the most highly sought-after players in soul and funk music. She first picked up the saxophone at Fiorello LaGuardia High School for the Performing Arts, after which she joined the renowned jazz program at New Yorks New School University. By that time she was already playing with renowned jazz figures like Clark Terry and Reggie Workman, which led to gigs and tours with a wide array of artists such as Rashied Ali, the David Murray Big Band, Vanessa Rubin and James Blood Ulmer. With her deep jazz roots, she was soon in demand as an arranger and horn section leader, landing stints with such acclaimed artists as Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys, Macy Gray, the Roots, and Anita Baker @SCHOMBURGLIVE | #WOMENSJAZZ Tickets: $25 Members; $30 Non-Members. For ticket charge, visit Toshi Reagon, singer/composer/producer/activist returns for the fourth year as Curator for the Schomburg Center's Women's Jazz Festival. GENERAL ADMISSION SEATING We recommend that you arrive early.
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