Jazz Arts Presents The Ben Eisen Quartet

JazzArts Charlotte presents THE SET with Ben Eidson Quartet

Thursday May 27, 8:00pm EST

FREE on Facebook Live & YouTube Live

JazzArts Charlotte’s virtual live music series is excited to present the Ben Eisen Quartet, performing an energetic set of jazz standards plus Eidson originals.

Columbia native Ben Eidson has been considered a saxophone phenom since the young age of 18. He makes the saxophone wail, sing, celebrate and cry. The Ben Edison Quartet attempts to explore language and improvisation through a set of standards and originals that serves as a medium for each artist to express their own creative/artistic vision.


Ben Eidson, alto saxophone

Brendan Bull, drums

Amos Hoffman, guitar

Sam Edwards, bass

Tune in to Keep Jazz A-Live-Streaming to hear local jazz musicians and their lively sets live, straight to your living room via Facebook and YouTube Live.

Performances for this series, introduced by our host Braxton Bateman, come to you from Neighborhood Theater.

Free Event - Donations and tips to support these and future musicians performances can be made at www.thejazzarts.org/donate. Thank you to our sponsors, @Knight Foundation, O’s Place Jazz, @Arts and Science Council, @NC Arts Council, @Crown Station and our many donors who keep jazz thriving.



Ben Eidson is a saxophonist/improvisor originally from Columbia, South Carolina that now attends school at The New England Conservatory of Music in Boston Massachussetts. He has played concerts throughout the SouthEast and studied uner Jerry Bergonzi and Donny McCaslin, among others.





Blues, ben original

Dewey Square, Charlie Parker

I Remember You, Victor Schertzinger

Cranberry Fizzy Drink, ben original

In Walked Bud, Thelonius Monk

Background Music, ben origincal




This evening we are enjoying: LIST MUSICIANS. Support your jazz community: follow and share these fantastic local jazz musicians.

Final imogi clap if you were as proud of these alumni as we are! Continue to follow them and support our homegrown artists. Jazz lives here, baby!

Registration now open for JazzArts Summer Music Camp! https://www.thejazzarts.org/education/jazzarts-summer-music-camp/

Thanks again to our sponsors, O’s Place Jazz, Arts and Science Council, NC Arts Council, Knight Foundation and our many donors who keep jazz thriving.

NEXT FRIDAY 6-10pm: Jazz at Victoria Yards – our first in-person performance in a year! FREE and open to all. For Charlotte Jazz Appreciation Day. https://www.thejazzarts.org/event/jazz-at-victoria-yards-for-charlotte-jazz-appreciation-day/



If you are able, even a $10 donation would go a long way to help us continue supporting jazz education locally. https://www.thejazzarts.org/support/individual-support/



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