live music

Crossroads Presents : Sinkane / Bassel & The Supernaturals

Sinkane is an artist with a real stake in our current cultural and political climate. Born in London to Sudanese parents, raised in Ohio, and now calling New York City home, the former skate punk turned afro funk whiz Ahmed Gallab refines his sound and message to peak form on his seventh studio album, Dépaysé, […]


Bill Charlap Trio

Bill Charlap is one of the world’s premiere jazz pianists and has performed with many leading artists ranging from Phil Woods to Tony Bennett to Gerry Mulligan. Charlap is known for his interpretations of American pop songs and has received two Grammy Award nominations. He has been the artistic director of NYC’s Jazz in July […]


Crossroads Presents: Rooney

Los Angeles based indie alternative group, ROONEY, have been playing together since 1999 and led by singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Robert Schwartzman. Rooney was initially signed to Geffen/Interscope by record producer and label icon Jimmy Iovine. They released multiple albums and singles that reached platinum sales. After returning from a hiatus in 2016, the band […]


Dane Vannatter

Featuring Bill Duffy on piano, David Landoni on Bass and George Farrell on Drums. Having been playing at Regattabar since 1997, Vannatter sang “God Bless America” before a record crowd of 40,000 people in Fenway Park for its 100th birthday. Currently living in Cleveland, Ohio, Vannatter has performed with Patti LaBelle at her concert dueting […]


Yoko Miwa Trio

Internationally acclaimed pianist Yoko Miwa and her trio will perform music from their upcoming recording. Joining Miwa will be bassist Brad Barrett and drummer Scott Goulding. Originally from Kobe in Japan, Miwa has honed one of the most musical and lyrical trio sounds around. She performed in the main stage at the 2018 Atlanta Jazz […]


Sissy Castrogiovanni & Gabriela Martina

Gabriela Martina is a composer, arranger, and bandleader. “Her delivery is a blend of jazz with pop improvisation, and her creative, invested covers of Wayne Shorters Witch Hunt (stunningly sung as overdubbed a cappella) and Dizzy Gillespies A Night In Tunisia (a flat-out rocker featuring guitarist Jussi Reijonen) uproot convention. Downbeat, John Ephland Sissy is […]


Anton Schwartz Quintet

Tenor saxophonist Anton Schwartz creates music that packs an emotional punch. Schwartz’s Quintet is winner of 2016 Northwest Acoustic Jazz Ensemble of the Year. He has been featured at Jazz at Lincoln Center in NYC and as a soloist with the Boston Pops in Boston Symphony Hall. His band consists Billy Buss on trumpet, Matthew […]


Stanley Sagov & The Remembering the Future Jazz Band

Stanley Sagov on keys treats patients at Mount Auburn and Cambridge Hospitals while he heals with music. Original from Cape Town, South Africa, he was born with Gordon syndrome, and began playing music from 6 years old into adulthood, even breaking the law for performing in black townships outside of Cape Town. Now aged 73, […]


Amy Black

Amy Black is known for her authenticity and versatility. Her love of many classic forms of American music include blues, country, soul, jazz, and rock n’ roll led her from Boston to Nashville and most recently to Memphis. Her song “Without You” was recently heard in the Clint Eastwood film “The Mule”.


Moshulu

Moshulu combines 4 legends of music – bassist Jeff Berlin, drummer Dennis Chambers, keyboardist/ guitarist David Sancious, and guitarist Oz Noy. Moshulu’s repertoire goes from funk, rock, metal, fusion into new classical and improvisation.


Ravel, Loeffler, Chausson

Ravel: Sonata for Violin and Cello Loeffler: Two Rhapsodies for Viola, Oboe and Piano Chausson: Concert for Violin, Piano and String Quartet, Op. 21 Peggy Pearson, oboe | Yura Lee, Jennifer Frautschi & Alyssa Wang, violins | Marcus Thompson, viola | Raman Ramakrishnan, cello | Max Levinson, piano Weaving eighth notes paint the first strokes […]


Ranting’ Pipe and Tremblin’ String: Music of 18th-c. Scotland

?Join Seven Times Salt as we explore the unique crossroads of 18th-century Scottish folk and classical traditions. In 1707, the nation’s Union with England sparked a patriotic surge of interest in Scotland’s own music tradition. As the Scottish Enlightenment swept the nation, Edinburgh became a hotbed of concerts, dances, and patronage of the arts. Professional musicians and […]