Thankful at the Birdland Theater!

We’re beyond excited to be continuing this return to live music performance at Birdland Theater in the famed Birdland Jazz Club.

As we’ve continued our residency at Bemelman’s Bar this fall, we’ve rediscovered our intimate musical rapport. The music has more meaning and poignancy having experienced the an extended period without each other and without our audiences. 

Now we’re taking it up a notch to play in this beautiful concert setting. This is a true band that has honed our sound and style over years of close interaction on the bandstand. These musicians are some of my closest friend as well as world class artists. 

Loston’s sound is that of a seasoned vocalist reminiscent of Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole, while also relying  on his pianistic brilliance to elicit distinctive, virtuosic improvisation. 

I hope you will join us this upcoming Thursday, Friday or Saturday for a soulful evening. 

Make your reservation now by clicking on your preferred set time below:

Thursday Nov 25th 8:30 pm

Friday Nov 26th 7:00 pm 

Friday Nov 26th 9:30 pm

Saturday Nov 27th 7:00 pm

Saturday Nov 27th 9:30 pm

Loston Quartet at Birdland Theater

Join us in the Birdland Theater for a weekend with Loston Harris! Catch him November 25th with sets at 8:30pm!
  • Loston Harris : (piano and vocals)
  • Mark Whitfield: (guitar)
  • Gianluca Renzi: (acoustic bass)
  • Mike Lee: (saxophone)

Meet Loston Harris. His piano playing has been described as “percussive” with “incredibly fluid”. His vocals noted as “suave.”

Loston himself will tell you he has worked hard during his career but knows he’s been blessed with the opportunities to play the music closest to his heart, jazz. Loston is doing his part to continue a legacy by blending traditional jazz, gospel and blues with his own unique stylings.

Loston’s musical future began at a surreal pace. After meeting Harry Connick Jr. at the 1st Thelonious Monk Jazz Competition in Washington, D.C., Harry led Loston to study with his mentor, Ellis Marsalis, who encouraged him to switch instruments from drums to piano. And the rest, as they say, is history…

Frank Sinatra, Bobby Short and Nat King Cole can rest comfortably knowing that Loston Harris is keeping the flame alive.

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