NYC Jazz Nights – Ari Hoenig March Venues

Ari Hoenig

Ari Hoenig is surely one of the busiest players in the local clubs, and the drummer has kept up a steady pace of releases as a band leader since 2004. But you really need to hear Hoenig live to understand what a scarily advanced musician he is.
(source: Time Out New York)

The Ari Hoenig Trio will be playing tomorrow night

Monday March 22, with Jean-Michel Pilc and François Moutin at Smalls, in the West Village.

He will also be performing at the following venues:

Joel Frahm

March 24

7:30pm at Zinc Bar
82 West 3rd Street (btw Thompson & Sullivan)
212-477-9462

Cris Crocco & George Garzone

March 26
10pm at Fat Cat
75 Christopher Street at 7th Avenue
212-675-6056

“Punk Bop” with his group

March 29
9pm at Smalls
183 W 10th St (between Seventh Ave South and W 4th St)
212-252-5091
All locations are a pleasant 15 to 20-minute walk from the East Village Apartments.

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