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See my Calendar for details of upcoming performances.
The McCarron Brothers and Sister jazz quintet. will be playing 2 sets June 3, 1:00 - 1:40 and 2:00 - 2:40 pm at the Boyce Thompson Center in Yonkers, NY as part of the RiverArts Music Tour. We will have copies of our new CD, Before All This, on hand. There will also be an official release event, date and location tbd. I'll send an announcement when I have more details.
CROSS ISLAND - my collaboration with pianist Elinor Abrams Zayas - is excited to announce that clarinetist Jospeh Rutkowski (who was featured on our albums Explorations and Quiet Strength) has rejoined us. Our next concerts isThursday, June 8, 7:30 pm, at the Northport Public Library
In addition, the 4 concerts on the 20th-anniversary season of my Music for a Sunday Afternoon concert series have been confirmed (all concerts at 3 pm in the Barn at Orchard Hill at Old Westbury Gardens). This season's concerts are dedicated to the memory of my mother, Eleanor Mueller, who was my inspiration and a dedicated supporter of the series. The schedule is:
July 16: Opening Concert - CROSS ISLAND
July 23: McCarron Bros jazz quintet (quartet + yours truly, the honorary McCarron sis)
July 30: CAMBIATA Cello Duo (the debut performance of my new duo with Paul Finkelstein)
July 6: Closing Concert - HUNGRYTOWN, featuring music from their new album, Circus for Sale, on which I appear. There will also be a couple of cello solos (details to follow).
And then, on August 19 at 2:00 pm, I'll be performing as a member of CROSS ISLAND (including Joe) at my hometown library, the Bryant Library, in Roslyn.