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Brendan Lanighan. Image courtesy of the artist.

The Buffalo News Summer Jazz Series: Brendan Lanighan Sextet

Sunday, July 7, 2019 ● 2 pm

FREE
Delaware Stairs

The Brendan Lanighan Sextet is comprised of experienced and talented Western New York jazz musicians who are dedicated to creating memorable and inclusive jazz concerts for all ages by playing tunes from Dixieland to Disney themes. The exciting three-horn lineup of Lanighan on trombone, Mark Filsinger on the trumpet, and saxophonist Elliot Scozzaro packs the punch of a big band with the sensibility of a chamber jazz ensemble. Lanighan is a proud native of Buffalo and holds degrees from the Eastman School of Music. Since his time there, he has led his own groups and has toured with a wide range of acts, including the Glenn Miller Orchestra, Doc Severinson, and Gordon Webster and his All Stars. He is currently pursuing a Master’s degree at the Juilliard School.

Brendan Lanighan, Trombone
Mark Filsinger, Trumpet
Elliot Scozzaro, Saxophone
Nick Weiser, Piano
Wayne Moose, Bass
Dan Hull, Drums

About the Series

The Buffalo News Summer Jazz Series concerts take place on the museum’s Delaware Stairs overlooking Hoyt Lake on five Sundays at 2 pm, from July 7 through August 4. Admission is free. In case of rain, performances will be held in the Albright-Knox’s Auditorium on a first-come, first-seated basis. Indoor concerts are free with museum admission (and free for Albright-Knox Members). View 2019 Series

Parking

Limited parking is available in the museum’s parking lot on Elmwood Avenue. Parking is $5 for visitors and $3 for Members. Please bring your parking ticket into the museum to have it validated at the Admissions Desk. There is also parking available on the roads surrounding the Albright-Knox. Please take care to adhere to all parking regulations. Violators will be ticketed and/or towed. View Parking Map (PDF)

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