Jazz Standard

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Gramercy & Flatiron

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  • Jazz Standard

    Photograph: Hannah Mattix

    Jazz Standard

    Jazz Standard
  • Jazz Standard

    Photograph: Hannah Mattix

    Jazz Standard

    Jazz Standard
  • Jazz Standard

    Photograph: Hannah Mattix

    Jazz Standard

    Jazz Standard
  • Jazz Standard

    Photograph: Hannah Mattix

    Jazz Standard

    Jazz Standard
  • Jazz Standard

    Photograph: Dominic Perri

    Jazz Standard

    Jazz Standard
  • Jazz Standard

    Photograph: Dominic Perri

    Jazz Standard

    Jazz Standard
  • Jazz Standard

    Photograph: Hannah Mattix

    Jazz Standard

    Jazz Standard

Jazz Standard

Photograph: Hannah Mattix

Jazz Standard

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  • Address:

    Jazz Standard 116 E 27th St
    Gramercy & Flatiron
    New York

  • Cross Street:

    between Park Ave South and Lexington Ave

  • Venue phone:

    212-576-2232

  • Venue website:

    jazzstandard.net

  • Transport:

    Subway: 6 to 28th St

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    1. Jazz Standard
      • 116 E 27th St
        Gramercy & Flatiron
        New York
      • 212-576-2232
      • jazzstandard.net
      • 40.742333,-73.983786

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The Bad Plus

Categories, Jazz & Experimental

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Once known mainly as the quirky trio that made its name covering rock and pop tunes, the Bad Plus now comes off as the consummate contemporary jazz combo, by turns cerebral, visceral and disarmingly emotive. Pianist Ethan Iverson, bassist Reid Anderson...

The Bad Plus
  1. Tue Apr 22 – Sun Apr 27
  2. Jazz Standard 116 E 27th St, (between Park Ave South and Lexington Ave), New York
  3. $30
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George Colligan Trio

Categories, Jazz & Experimental

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Pianist George Colligan is one of those players who's called a musician's musician: He's so versatile and tasteful that everyone wants to work with him. Here, he presents his muscular, exploratory postbop in the company of drum titan Jack DeJohnette—Colligan's...

  1. Wed Apr 30
  2. Jazz Standard 116 E 27th St, (between Park Ave South and Lexington Ave), New York, New York
  3. $25
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George Colligan Trio

Categories, Jazz & Experimental

  • $$
  • Critics' pick

Pianist George Colligan is one of those players who's called a musician's musician: He's so versatile and tasteful that everyone wants to work with him. Here, he presents his muscular, exploratory postbop in the company of drum titan Jack DeJohnette—Colligan's...

  1. Wed Apr 30
  2. Jazz Standard 116 E 27th St, (between Park Ave South and Lexington Ave), New York, New York
  3. $25
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Pedro Giraudo "Expansions" Big Band

Big band, Latin jazz

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Argentine bassist-composer Pedro Giraudo’s South American–flavored jazz works are sometimes tender, sometimes brash and always arranged for maximum emotional punch. Here he heads a 17-piece orchestra.

  1. Tue Apr 29
  2. Jazz Standard 116 E 27th St, (between Park Ave South and Lexington Ave), New York, New York
  3. $20
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Pedro Giraudo "Expansions" Big Band

Big band, Latin jazz

  • $$

Argentine bassist-composer Pedro Giraudo’s South American–flavored jazz works are sometimes tender, sometimes brash and always arranged for maximum emotional punch. Here he heads a 17-piece orchestra.

  1. Tue Apr 29
  2. Jazz Standard 116 E 27th St, (between Park Ave South and Lexington Ave), New York, New York
  3. $20
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Mingus Big Band

Categories, Jazz & Experimental

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The city’s hardest-working big band holds forth in Gramercy, serving up Charles Mingus’s unique combination of lofty ambition and bluesy holy-roller soul.

Mingus Big Band
  1. Mon Apr 21
  2. Jazz Standard 116 E 27th St, (between Park Ave South and Lexington Ave), New York
  3. $25
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Mingus Orchestra

Categories, Jazz & Experimental

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One of several bands entrusted with the daunting task of preserving Charles Mingus’s raucous, bighearted legacy, the ten-piece Mingus Orchestra has all the depth and muscle needed to realize the master bassist-composer’s tempestuous fantasias.

Mingus Orchestra
  1. Mon Apr 28
  2. Jazz Standard 116 E 27th St, (between Park Ave South and Lexington Ave), New York
  3. $25
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Dr. Lonnie Smith

Mainstream jazz

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Dr. Lonnie Smith was one of Blue Note Records’ premier organists in the ’60s; he recently updated his repertoire with songs by Beck, but never departed from soulful versions of classic tunes. The beturbaned guru of grind hits the bandstand with a trio...

Dr. Lonnie Smith
  1. Fri Apr 18 – Sun Apr 20
  2. Jazz Standard 116 E 27th St, (between Park Ave South and Lexington Ave), New York
  3. $25–$30
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