Jazz Brunch w/Peter Einhorn Quartet feat. Emily Einhorn
Lounge at Bearsville Theater
Jazz Brunch at Bearsville with The Peter Einhorn Quartet featuring Emily Einhorn
11am - 2pm
Doors 11:00am. Music 12pm.
- Live Jazz Music
- A Delicious Jazz Brunch
- Craft Beers, Summer Spritzers, Fresh Lemonade and more!
We do ask for a small cover charge. Too often, local musicians are paid poorly (or not at all and expected to work for tips). We are leading the fight to pay for musicians a decent amount for their contribution. Respect our Musicians and Keep Music Alive!
Advance Ticket prices:
- Adults: $10
- Children: $5 (under 15)
- Family Ticket: $25 (2 Adults / 2 Children).
Day of Show Ticket Prices:
- Adults: $15
- Children (under 15) $10
- Family Ticket (2 Adults / 2 Children) $30
Peter Einhorn Quartet featuring Emily Einhorn
Emily Einhorn is a Brooklyn based jazz vocalist who grew up in the Hudson Valley. She was immersed in jazz and classical music from as early an age as three, when she began learning to play the violin. Through all of her childhood and adult life, she has performed as a jazz vocalist throughout the Hudson valley and New York city, while also writing, recording, and producing her original compositions. She graduated from Skidmore College in 2019, where she participated in a wide range of musical projects while also earning a double degree in International Affairs and Business. Emily is now based in Crown heights where she continues to study, perform, and compose jazz music.
Guitarist / composer, Peter Einhorn’s most recent recording is “Seems Like Old Times”. His recordings can be sampled at www.petereinhorn.com . Among them are Karl Berger’s “StillPoint” (Sunny Moon Records), Ira Sullivan's "Strings Attached"(Pausa Records), as well as recordings as a leader including “Bouganvillea”. He has performed and / or recorded with Joe Lovano, Jimmy Cobb, David Amram, John Abercrombie, Steve Kuhn, Eddie Daniels, Roland Hanna, Plácido Domingo at the Met Opera, and others. “..an original statement by a mature artist.” -National Public Radio. “Jazz After Hours” host Jim Wilkie. (for “Bouganvillea”) "...a man whose guitar playing and composing I've enjoyed for years."
Drummer, Matt Garrity, has been on the New York City music scene since 1994. He has performed with some of the best in the business, including Grammy winner, Vincent Herring, David Williams, Teri Thornton, Peter Bernstein, Gary Versace, Ron McLure, Ed Cherry, Ben Monder, Ratzo Harris, Jeremy Pelt, Steve Slagle and Jerome Richardson, among others. Garrity has been living in the Hudson Valley since 2017 and produces a concert series out of his studio called Barnstock.
Bassist Lou Pappas’ career encompasses both Jazz and Classical music. He is the principle bassist of the Hudson Valley Philharmonic. His jazz work includes performances with such jazz greats as David Liebman, Byron Stripling, James Williams, Claire Fischer, Randy Brecker, Billy Cobham, Steve Turre and fellow bassist John Clayton.
SUNDAY JAZZ BRUNCH MENU
Pastries from Nancy’s Artisanal, Breads from Bread Alone
Tomato & Pesto Pie 12
green salad & balsamic vinaigrette
Bagel & Lox 18
smoked salmon, everything bagel or croissant, greens, herb cream cheese, capers, cherry tomatoes, pickled shallots
Parmesan Quiche 14
asparagus, mushrooms, green salad, balsamic vinaigrette
The Rolling Scones 9
Assorted local baked goods, honey butter, jam
Orange Juice 6
Accessible Facility and COVID protocols in place.