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Noah Preminger is back at Ginny’s Supper Club on Saturday August 2nd!

July 29, 2014

oahWe are so excited to present Noah Preminger and his fabulous quartet for round 2 at Harlem’s finest new jazz club!

NOAH PREMINGER is one of the fastest-rising tenor saxophonists and composers on the jazz scene today, and the leader of the NOAH PREMINGER QUARTET.

NOAH PREMINGER’S latest CD, “Haymaker” (Palmetto Records, 2013) has received rave reviews in the New York Times, DownBeat, Jazz Times and many other influential publications, and has been garnering radio airplay all across the US. In addition to his work as a bandleader, Noah’s growing reputation and avid interest in the musical wisdom of elder masters has resulted in appearances and projects with such artists as Cecil McBee, Billy Hart, Dave Holland, Fred Hersch, Dave Douglas, Victor Lewis, John and Bucky Pizzarelli, John McNeil, Billy Drummond, George Cables, Roscoe Mitchell, Dr. Eddie Henderson, Kendra Shank, Ben Monder and Dave Liebman.

Noah’s arrival in New York City was preceded by enthusiastic buzz emanating from Boston, where his status as a standout student at the New England Conservatory of Music and numerous public performances eventually led to concerts by the Noah Preminger Quartet at Boston’s famous Scullers Jazz Club. In an article about Noah in the Boston Phoenix, music critic Jon Garelick wrote, “His sound is informed by everybody but beholden to no one, which makes him continually unpredictable and continually satisfying.”

Here’s the super-fierce line-up;
Noah Preminger – saxophone
David Bryant – piano
Sean Conly – bass
Eric Halvorson – drums

Get tickets here! We will see you there!!

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