Get 2 twofers at Exodus to Jazz ... Paradigm Shift with special guest Bobby Militello and a 2-for-1 ticket offer!
Exodus To Jazz is inviting you to treat a friend to enjoy the popular Rochester-based trio Rochester-based trio Paradigm Shift reuniting for a concert with its special guest, Dave Brubeck's acclaimed saxophonist Bobby Militello on Thursday, November 19th at Frontier Hall in the Radisson Hotel Rochester Riverside in downtown Rochester for sets at 8:00 and 10:00 pm. If you have attended an ETJ show in the past, one friend (who is attending for the first time) will be admitted free for each reserved seat or general admission ticket you purchase. If you are purchasing a ticket to your first ETJ show, you and one friend will be admitted for the price of one ticket. Treat a friend and join the funk!
Mel Henderson has performed with many jazz greats including Jack McDuff, Clark Terry, Eric Alexander, Wycliff Gordon and Dr. Lonnie Smith. Although based here in Rochester, Paradigm Shift tours worldwide and records on the the German label, Nagel Heyer. Keyboardist Gerry Youngman has shared the stage as both a trumpeter and organist with Lou Donaldson, Chuck Mangione, Wycliffe Gordon, Thad Jones and Fred Wesley among others. Drummer Sean Jefferson, the trio's newest member, brings experiences that include performances with Dr. Lonnie Smith, Jeff Tyzik, Alvin Parris III and Regina Carter. Special guest reedman Bobby Militello was asked by Dave Brubeck to audition with his Quartet in 1982 and they’ve been playing together ever since. Prior to his work with Brubeck, he toured with the Maynard Ferguson band in the 1970s and has appeared with the Buffalo Philharmonic, Chuck Mangione, Bill Holman and Bob Florence, among many other engagements. Ticket Prices: Reserved seats-$25; General Admission-$20; Students-$10 with ID. Advance purchase available on TicketWeb.com (search Paradigm Shift or Exodus To Jazz) or email your order to ExodusToJazz@aol.com. For more information email or call (585) 733-7685. Parking at the Radisson just mention you're there for the jazz and it should be free....
- Anna Reguero's article in the D&C's ROCNow.