|Lesson Participant - "My Funny Valentine"|
| ||As a Lesson participant, you will receive an exclusive on-line lesson from Judy Niemack on her insight and approach to “My Funny Valentine”. Judy will discuss the history of the song, her past experience with it, and techniques for performance and...|
|9/22/2017 - 9/23/2017||8:00 PM to 11:30 PM||Judy in Concert with Lee Konitz & Dan Tepfer||KITANO JAZZ CLUB||66 Park Avenue at 38th Street New York, NY 10016|
New York City NY
|JUDY NIEMACK, DAN TEPFER, LEE KONITZ|
Judy Niemack with Dan Tepfer Listening To You Jazz aficionados are often concerned with lineages within the music and the passing of the torch. There aren’t many musicians left who have witnessed and assisted in the development of jazz and improvised music as much as saxophonist Lee Konitz has. From the height of bebop to the current avant-garde, Konitz has established himself as a cornerstone and link between many adventurous musicians. Two such musicians are vocalist extraordinaire Judy Niemack and the exceptional pianist Dan Tepfer. Both have been fortunate enough to play and collaborate with the legendary saxophonist. It was only natural that Niemack and Tepfer would find such a rapport when they finally met via Konitz. It took the duo no time to be at ease with each other and to pursue a lively recording, entitled Listening To You. Niemack stands apart as one of her generation’s most celebrated vocalists. She is originally from California; her jazz studies began with saxophonist Warne Marsh, who famously studied and performed with piano polymath Lennie Tristano along with Konitz. Niemack moved to New York City in the late 1970s and began to make a name as a vocalist, writing lyrics for and collaborating with many well-known musicians, including Pat Metheny, Kenny Barron, Don Grolnick, Toots Thielemans, Mike Stern, and Konitz. Dan Tepfer has become an important figure in his generation’s developments within the worlds of jazz, modern classical and improvised music. His path within jazz crossed with Konitz very early on, whereby he established a long-running collaboration with the saxophonist. Niemack and Tepfer’s first encounter came when Tepfer and Konitz were in Berlin for a performance. While keeping a home in New York, Niemack had been teaching for many years at the Jazz Institut Berlin, and she always made the effort to hear Konitz when he performed nearby, allowing the singer and the pianist an opportunity to be introduced in this instantaneous manner.
|10/1/2017||8:00 PM-11:00 PM||Judy sings at Mezzrow, NYC||Mezzrow Jazz||163 West 10th street, basement Greenwich Village, Tel: 646-476-4346|
|Judy Niemack, Eric Alexander, Michael Kanan|
Judy is thrilled to perform with the amazing Eric Alexander on Tenor sax, and the genius accompanist, Michael Kanan on piano...On the menu are classic jazz standards and Judy's lyrics to composititons by E. Alexander, Peter Bernstein, Kirk Nurock, Lee Konitz etc...
|10/15/2017||21:00||A Modern Celebration of The Centennial Of Ella Fitzgerald||ATRANE JAZZ CKUB||BLEIBTREUSTRASSE 1|
|JUDY NIEMACK, VOCals, WOLFGANG KOEHLER, PIANO, MARC MEULLBAUER, BASS, PETER WENIGER, SAXOPHONE|
Celebrating The Centennial Of Jazz Legend Ella Fitzgerald, Judy will pay tribute to the great vocalist/improviser with en evening of Gershwin, Ellington, Kern and Cole Porter classics, joined by one of Berlin's top pianists, Wolfgang Koehler, bassist Marc Meullbauer, and saxophonist Peter Weniger...
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