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About This Event

Minimum Age:


Doors Open:

6:00 PM

Show Time:

7:00 PM


Thursday, November 8th at (le) poisson rouge – Truth Revolution Records, Revive Music, Motema Music and DL Media present JAZZ FOR HURRICANE SANDY BENEFIT f. 10 + Bands and over 50 Musicians! $20 suggested donation! and it’s needed!!! Let’s come together and help our neighbors!
1st Round of Performances announced !
7:30 – 7:50 Sarah Elizabeth Charles & Brandee Younger
8:00 – 8:20 TBA
8:30 – 8:50 Jorge Roeder and Julian Lange Duo
9:00 – 9:30 David Weiss & Point of Departure
9:40 – 10:00 Orrin Evans Trio
10:10 – 10:40 Jay Rodriguez & Soul System Orchestra
10:50 – 11:10 Marcus Strickland Trio
Special Guests:
Mark Whitfield, Nasheet Waits, Markthebassplay Kelley, Alex Hernandez , Joe Dyson, Steven Oquendo, Johnny Rivero Richie Barshay, Jarrett Cherner, Amaury Acosta, Mavis Swan Poole, Marianne Solivan, Jonathan Michel, Brianna Thomas, Michela Lerman + MORE
This is a first-come, first-served partially seated event. Seating is limited and not guaranteed, please arrive early.
This event will be streamed live online through LPR’s Concert Window channel, beginning at 7pm.


Sarah Elizabeth Charles & Brandee Younger, Jorge Roeder & Julian Lage Duo, David Weiss & Point of Departure, Marcus Strickland Trio & many more

Sarah Elizabeth Charles is a vocalist and composer based out of New York City. Sarah’s musical stylings are unique and the intricacies to her art focus on modernizing classics and composing distinctive originals.
photo credit: Inner Merit
Originally from Lima, Peru, Jorge Roeder is one of the most versatile bass players in the New York jazz scene.
In a jazz climate that rewards neo-conservative tributes and far-flung exercises in deconstruction, David Weiss has distinguished himself another way: through finding flexibility and innovation in music that has its roots in the mainstream.
Marcus Strickland has started to turn heads in the most thriving but most competitive jazz scene on the planet …his tone: liquid and luminous, yet forceful and exact.” -Thomas Conrad (JazzTimes Magazine)

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