Carlton Holmes is one of New York’s premiere pianists. A post-graduate of
Manhattan School of Music, Carlton has performed, recorded and travelled the world
with some of the greatest artist of our time from Branford Marsalis and Cindy Blackman
Santana, to Max Roach, Regina Belle and Luther Vandross. Carlton’s most recent CD
“You Me and I” was released in 2010. You can pick up his own music HERE.
The Gerry Eastman Quartet is a group of excellence and extraordinary talent that embodies the soul and adopted energy of many historical jazz legends. With over 50 years of experience combined, The Gerry Eastman Quartet is a product of the late great Etta Jones, Luther Vandross, Sarah Vaughan, Count Basie and more!
The GE Quartet’s style of music is a collaboration of Avant-garde jazz, funk and soul that make up the many original compositions of Mr. Gerry Eastman. The relation of genres is seamlessly performed live every Friday at the Williamsburg Music Center.
Whether it is a collection of rehearsed tunes or impromptu, the music will send you to a zone of good energy and artistic vibes.
367 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, New York, New York 11211, United States
Tendayi Kuumba is the vocalist of the group as well as the general manager here at WMC. She describes herself as dancer, singer, revolutionary,.....she's just a vintage girl in a ratchet world! You can catch her and this amazing group every Friday night but the best way to check out this amazing talent is to visit her website located HERE.
Gerry Eastman has emerged as a prominent musician on the New York music scene
with work as a composer, producer, bassist, arranger, conductor, and bandleader under
his belt. It is, however, his remarkable fluidity on the guitar that makes him stand out
from the rest. In 1981, Gerry Eastman founded the Williamsburg Music Center in Williamsburg
Brooklyn, NY. This institution exists to foster the creation, performance, and
appreciation of American classical music. It is Brooklyn’s only black-owned and operated
non-profit, jazz institution, and the only one in New York City to offer classes and
workshops in jazz history and performance.
Thurs-Sun. 9pm to 2am
367 Bedford Ave, New York, NY 11211