Frank Lacy Ensemble

When:
April 27, 2019 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
2019-04-27T19:30:00-04:00
2019-04-27T22:00:00-04:00
Where:
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
5277 State Route 42 in SouthFallsburg.

CHAMBER MUSIC AT ST. ANDREW’S OFFERS KU-UMBA
FRANK LACY CONCERT JAZZ ENSEMBLE
Sat. April 27, 7:30 pm – free

Frank Lacy, trombone/trumpet – Mike Lee, alto Saxophone, alto flute, clarinet, soprano saxophone – Brian Simontacchi, trombone – Akua Dixon, cello – James Robbins, bass – Wen-ting Wu, drums – Brandon Lewis, drums

On Saturday, April 27 at 7:30 pm, one of the foremost trombone players on the
New York scene comes up the Catskills when Chamber Music at St. Andrew’s
presents the well-known jazz trombonist Ku-umba Frank Lacy and his Concert
Jazz Ensemble performing free form jazz, New York style.
Trombonist/composer Lacy leads his seven piece Concert Jazz Ensemble
performing his original compositions, three premiere compositions, and works by
jazz greats. Band cats play cello, bass, trombone, trumpet, sax, and two
drummers.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church is located at 5277 State Route 42 in South
Fallsburg. The concert is free, but Reservations are required;
email  pcfriedman27@gmail.com  (preferred) or call:  845-292-8967
Frank Lacy Sextet will perform an eclectic mix of free form jazz and up-dated
arrangements of modern expression in jazz today. Lacy is leader of 20
ensembles spanning jazz, classical, blues, rock, and R&B. He's won Downbeat
Magazine’s Talent Deserving Wider Recognition four times consecutively, and in
2016, won Downbeat Magazine’s Rising Star Male Jazz Vocalist. In 2014
JazzTimes wrote: “He wields the trombone with a facility that belies the horn’s
bulky build, letting loose with long, loud notes whose endings he twists into
gymnastic tremolos.”
Lacy has played with Lionel Hampton, Illinois Jacquet, Lester Bowie, Henry
Threadgill, Art Blakey, McCoy Tyner, and the Mingus Big Band. He performed
with the Mingus group at St. Andrew’s in 2013, and he is welcomed back.
This concert is made possible in part with funds from the 2019 Decentralization
Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts,
administered by DVAA, and thru the generosity of local businesses and
individuals, as well as St. Andrew’s Episcopal Mission. However these grants
and contributions do not cover all our expenses and we still need to raise
additional funds to cover artistic fees. Please make checks out to St. Andrew’s
Mission and send to PO Box 55, Woodbourne NY 12788. Contributions are tax-
deductible.

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