vie, 30 dic|
We Close 2022 with The Thomas Marinaro Quartet
The creativity of Thomas Marinaro Quartet always leads to an organic sound that is always sure to please the audience with its spontaneity. The Thomas Marinaro Quartet plays a wide genre of jazz spanning from bebop to modal and funk tunes with everything in between.
Time & Location
30 dic 2022, 19:00 – 22:00
Buffalo, 19 Wadsworth St, Buffalo, NY 14201, USA
About the Event
DOORS @ 6PM / SHOW @ 7PM
STAGE AREA: $15 per person reserved seating
BAR AREA: $12 per person reserved seating
*No refund or exchanges / Tickets can be transferred to another person*
Carlton Campbell - drums, Paul Yates- bass, Mark Marinaccio- piano, Thomas Marinaro- Sax
It's hard to watch a gig that Thomas Marinaro is on and not recognize the love he has for performing and making music with his fellow bandmates. He eats, thinks and dreams music and has a masters degree in Music Education from SUNY Fredonia where he was mentored by Bruce Johnstone. Tom has been tirelessly practicing and working on both the performing and educating sides of music and has been a music teacher for the past 11 years.
He currently teaches 4th grade instrumental music in Williamsville at Maple East Elementary, Country Parkway Elementary, and directs one of the Jazz Ensembles at Williamsville East High School. Tom has been found playing his sax in every corner of Buffalo, from the Central Terminal to the Northwest (Lewiston) Jazz festival to Pausa Art House and everywhere in between.
Tom has had the opportunity to back the legendary O’Jays, but his most notable work has been with, Mark Marinaccio and Friends, and the Thomas Marinaro Quartet. The Thomas Marinaro Quartet plays a wide genre of jazz spanning from bebop to modal and funk tunes with everything in between.
Thanks for supporting PAUSA art house, our musicians and live music in Buffalo.
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+3,00 US$ Ticket Fee
Table seating - direct view of the musicians
+2,40 US$ Ticket Fee
Bar area - limited view of the musicians / TV and surround sound