Westchester Collaborative Theater (WCT) Presents The Bailsmen – Hot Jazz & Vintage Gypsy Swing

On Saturday, April 21, Westchester Collaborative Theater’s (WCT) Jazz Masters Series presents The Bailsmen in their premier WCT engagement at the black box performance space, 23 Water St. in Ossining. Mixing French bistro, New Orleans dance party, and New York sophistication, the Brooklyn-bred group has been inspired by Django Reinhardt, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, and Sidney Bechet. The Bailsmen’s repertoire includes original compositions and modern adaptations of classic French and American jazz and swing tunes, as well as innovative takes on Django Reinhardt’s gypsy-inspired jazz.


The band includes Charlie Castelluzzo on guitar; Brandon Vetrano on guitar; Abe Pollack on bass; and Gabrial Yonkler on sax and clarinet.


The Bailsmen will play sets at 7:30 and 9:00 pm. General admission is $20. Cash bar and refreshments available. Purchase tickets online at WCT’s website: www.wctheater.org (limited seating available.)


Since its opening, the WCT black box performance space has become increasingly known as a venue showcasing both WCT plays and readings, live music and a variety of performance artists. For upcoming theater and music events visit http://www.wctheater.org/

 

Contact Information
  1. wctcompany@gmail.com
Sat, April 21
7:30 pm — 10:30 pm
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On Saturday, April 21, Westchester Collaborative Theater’s (WCT) Jazz Masters Series presents The Bailsmen in their premier WCT engagement at the black box performance space, 23 Water St. in Ossining. Mixing French bistro, New Orleans dance party, and New York sophistication, the Brooklyn-bred group has been inspired by Django Reinhardt, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, and Sidney Bechet.

23 Water Street Ossining, NY 10567

Westchester Collaborative Theater

23 Water Street
Ossining, NY 10567

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