Full Calendar


Steve Einerson Quartet

Steve Einerson Quartet

Friday June 23rd - 8:00pm - Friday June 23rd - 11:00pm

The Jazz Estate
2423 N Murray Ave
Milwaukee, WI  53211 Map

After working in the Milwaukee / Chicago, IL areas for a few years, Steve relocated to New York City in 2004. That same year, he was selected as a finalist to compete in the national jazz piano competition sponsored by the American Pianists Association in Indianapolis, IN.

In addition to performing at venues in and around NYC, he has also played at clubs and jazz festivals across the country and around the world. He has had the great privilege of sharing the stage with many superb musicians over the years, including Marlena Shaw, Eric Alexander, Jim Rotondi, Dr. Eddie Henderson, Brian Lynch, Killer Ray Appleton, Ian Hendrickson-Smith, Slide Hampton, and many more.

Steve's latest recording for Cellar Live records - ARRIVAL - is now available for purchase. This effort features some of NYC's finest musicians – Paul Gill on bass and Pete Van Nostrand on drums.

Steve Einerson Piano
Eric Jacobson Trumpet
John Christensen Bass
Dave Bayles
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Late Night Session: Steve Peplin - Neil Davis Duo

Late Night Session: Steve Peplin - Neil Davis Duo

Friday June 23rd - 11:30pm - Saturday June 24th - 2:00am

The Jazz Estate
2423 N Murray Ave
Milwaukee, WI  53211 Map

Following the Steve Einerson Quartet we welcome guitar duo Steve Peplin and Neil Davis to the stage from 11:30 to 2am.

$5 Door Charge after 11pm

Mike Kubicki Trio

Mike Kubicki Trio

Saturday June 24th - 8:00pm - Saturday June 24th - 11:00pm

The Jazz Estate
2423 N Murray Ave
Milwaukee, WI  53211 Map

Late Night Session: Mike Pauers Trio

Late Night Session: Mike Pauers Trio

Saturday June 24th - 11:30pm - Sunday June 25th - 2:00am

The Jazz Estate
2423 N Murray Ave
Milwaukee, WI  53211 Map

DJ Carol Klein Spins Latin!

DJ Carol Klein Spins Latin!

Monday June 26th - 8:00pm - Tuesday June 27th - 12:00am

The Jazz Estate
2423 N Murray Ave
Milwaukee, WI  53211 Map

Satisfy your passion for Latin! Carol Klein spins vintage and contemporary Afro-Cuban, Brazilian and straight ahead jazz for a hot summer night. Great music, great cocktails, no cover.

Olivias Funk Night With DJ Austin Dutmer

Olivia's Funk Night With DJ Austin Dutmer

Tuesday June 27th - 9:00pm - Wednesday June 28th - 1:00am

The Jazz Estate
2423 N Murray Ave
Milwaukee, WI  53211 Map

Another dose of your Tuesday Funk with $7 Twisted Path cocktails brought to you by Olivia Salazar and DJ Austin Dutmer. Cooling down and turning it up this summer!

No Cover!

Record Day: Dexter Gordon Our Man in Paris (Dan Flynn)

Record Day: Dexter Gordon "Our Man in Paris" (Dan Flynn)

Wednesday June 28th - 8:00pm - Wednesday June 28th - 11:00pm

The Jazz Estate
2423 N Murray Ave
Milwaukee, WI  53211 Map

Whos Your Daddy Trio

Who's Your Daddy Trio

Thursday June 29th - 9:00pm - Friday June 30th - 12:00am

The Jazz Estate
2423 N Murray Ave
Milwaukee, WI  53211 Map

The Who's Your Daddy Organ Trio plays live at The Estate.
Dan Trudell Organ
Mike Standal Guitar
Dave Bayles Drums
$5 Door Charge
Cocktail Service begins at 5PM

Brian Lynch + Greg Tardy

Brian Lynch + Greg Tardy

Friday June 30th - 8:00pm - Friday June 30th - 11:00pm

The Jazz Estate
2423 N Murray Ave
Milwaukee, WI  53211 Map

"Presented in collaboration with the Jazz Institute of the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music".

We are pleased to welcome Grammy Award Winner Brian Lynch and saxophonist Greg Tardy to the Estate Stage. They will be backed up by Milwaukee's own Mark Davis, Jeff Hamman, and Dave Bayles.

$15 Door Charge

Limited Front Row Reserved Tables: lynchtardy.brownpapertickets.com
Sales start 7/3/17 12pm

Grammy© Award Winning trumpeter Brian Lynch brings to his music an unparalleled depth and breadth of experience. A honored graduate of two of the jazz world’s most distinguished academies, Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers and the Horace Silver Quintet, he received wide acclaim during his long tenures with Latin Jazz legend Eddie Palmieri and straight ahead master Phil Woods. He has been a valued collaborator with jazz artists such as Benny Golson, Toshiko Akiyoshi, and Charles McPherson; Latin music icons as diverse as Hector LaVoe and Lila Downs; and pop luminaries such as Prince. As a bandleader and recording artist he has released over 20 critically acclaimed CDs featuring his distinctive composing and arranging, and has toured the world at the helm of various ensembles reflecting the wide sweep of his music.

Greg Tardy Tenor saxophonist, who has released albums for the record labels SteepleChase Records, J Curve Records, and Impulse! Records. He has played with Elvin Jones, Avishai Cohen, Aaron Goldberg, Brad Mehldau, and Joshua Redman, among others. Tardy studied classical clarinet as a child, encouraged by his parents, both of whom were opera singers. His mother, Jo Anne Tardy, after singing classical music became a gospel-influenced jazz singer. After switching to tenor saxophone, Tardy played with funk bands in Milwaukee before his brother urged him to listen to jazz, after which he was especially influenced by John Coltrane’s recordings. He studied at the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music and at the University of New Orleans, along the way encountering Ellis Marsalis who became tutor and mentor. Resident in New York City from 1992, Tardy became deeply involved in the contemporary jazz and improvised music scenes. Among musicians with whom he has played are Rashied Ali, Omer Avitel, Jonathan Blake, Betty Carter, Steve Coleman, George Colligan, Ravi Coltrane, Sean Conly, Xavier Davis, Dave Douglas, Bill Frisell, Aaron Goldberg, Russell Gunn, Eric Harland, Tom Harrell, Antonio Hart, Andrew Hill, Elvin Jones, Joe Lovano, Ellis Marsalis, Jason Marsalis, Wynton Marsalis, Jay McShann, Mulgrew Miller, James Moody, John Patitucci, Nicholas Payton, Chris Potter, Dewy Redman, David Schumacher, Mark Turner and Bobby Watson, the latter being cited as an especially important influence.
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Late Night Session: Lenard Simpson Trio

Late Night Session: Lenard Simpson Trio

Friday June 30th - 11:30pm - Saturday July 1st - 2:00am

The Jazz Estate
2423 N Murray Ave
Milwaukee, WI  53211 Map

Lenard Simpson Alto
Tim Ipsen Bass
Devin Drobka Drums

Johnny Padilla Latin Quartet

Johnny Padilla Latin Quartet

Saturday July 1st - 8:00pm - Saturday July 1st - 11:00pm

The Jazz Estate
2423 N Murray Ave
Milwaukee, WI  53211 Map

The Estate is pleased to welcome back Johnny Padilla and his Latin Quartet.

$10 Door Charge
Includes admission to our special Late Night Soul Session with Bryan Cherry

Late Night Soul Session with Bryan Cherry

Late Night Soul Session with Bryan Cherry

Saturday July 1st - 11:30pm - Sunday July 2nd - 2:00am

The Jazz Estate
2423 N Murray Ave
Milwaukee, WI  53211 Map

Bryan Cherry 🍒 is developing weapons of mass love to drop for y'all in a soul-drenched kinda way at the venerable Jazz Estate late night. Come down, get with it and Be Somebody! Love y'all!! Watch out for some very special guests!

bryancherry.com
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Jazz Estate Jam Session

Jazz Estate Jam Session

Monday July 3rd - 9:00pm - Tuesday July 4th - 12:00am

The Jazz Estate
2423 N Murray Ave
Milwaukee, WI  53211 Map

Our monthly Jazz Estate Jam Session hosted by Mitch Shiner.

Our open jam is quickly becoming the place to be for musicians and jazz fans alike- last month we were near capacity with the good times flowing. Bring your instrument or just come along to listen.

We provide the piano, drums, bass, and guitar amp. Support band includes Mitch Shiner (drums/piano), Clay Schaub (bass) and Dan Flynn. Sign up is located by the drum set.

$5 Door Charge, $3 for Muscians, must be 21+ unless arrangements are made prior: info@jazzestate.com
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Record Session: A Night at the Village Vanguard

Record Session: A Night at the Village Vanguard

Wednesday July 5th - 9:00pm - Thursday July 6th - 12:00am

The Jazz Estate
2423 N Murray Ave
Milwaukee, WI  53211 Map

For our Wednesday Night Record Session, Jonathan Greenstein plays Sonny Rollins' "A Night at the Villiage Vanguard".

$5 Door Charge

Adam Larson Quartet (New York)

Adam Larson Quartet (New York)

Thursday July 6th - 9:00pm - Friday July 7th - 12:00am

The Jazz Estate
2423 N Murray Ave
Milwaukee, WI  53211 Map

The Jazz Estate is pleased to welcome, from New York City, saxophonist Adam Larson.

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Twenty seven year-old saxophonist-composer Adam Larson, endorsed artist for P. Mauriat saxophones, D'Addario Woodwinds and Lebayle mouthpieces, began playing saxophone at the age of 11. As a high school student, Larson was a member of virtually every national program dedicated to showcasing excellence in young jazz talent including The Grammy Band, Next Generation Jazz Orchestra, Betty Carter Jazz Ahead, YoungArts Jazz Fellows, Telluride Student All-Stars, Jazz Band of America and many others. Described by critic Howard Reich of The Chicago-Tribune as “a player for whom the word ‘prodigious’ was coined”, by Peter Hum of the Ottawa Citizen as “a saxophonist who brings Donny McCaslin and Mark Turner to mind”, and by Nate Chinen of The New York Times as “a self-assured young saxophonist”, Larson has garnered numerous awards that distinguish him as one of the most promising artists of his generation. Upon completion of his Bachelors degree at The Manhattan School of Music in May of 2012, Larson was selected as a member of the inaugural Manhattan School of Music Jazz Institute to continue his studies as a Master’s student, where he graduated with honors as the recipient of the William H. Borden Award for Outstanding performance in Jazz, in 2014.

With four records under his name, Larson’s latest, entitled “Second City", will be released on the Inner Circle Music Label, in the Fall of 2017. Larson's 2015 debut for Inner Circle, "Seclective Amnesia" was featured in the New York Times, Downbeat, Saxophone Journal and several other publications in print and online. Larson keeps an active schedule with his groups and as a sideman, having performed at several venues across the U.S. including Birdland, The 55 Bar, The Jazz Gallery, The Blue Note, The Village Vanguard, Smalls, Cornelia St. Café, The Kitano, Dizzy’s Club-Coca Cola, Jazz at The Bistro, The Jazz Showcase, and several others. As a sideman, Adam has performed with numerous groups including Jamie Cullum, Ted Rosenthal, The Ari Hoenig Nonet, The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, Otis Brown III Band, Michael Rodriguez Quintet and the Helen Sung Quartet. Larson's sound can be heard on numerous recordings from bandleaders such as Nils Weinhold, Bastian Weinhold, Marcus Lewis, Joo Chan Im, Victor Bastidas, and others.

Adam has been a part of several tours that have allowed him to see more of the world than he once thought possible. Larson's quartet was selected as one of ten ensembles to tour on behalf of the U.S. State Department's "American Music Abroad" program and toured Africa for 35 days in April 2015, visiting The Democratic Republic of Congo, Senegal, Benin and Ghana. Larson has also toured India, Taiwan, Holland, and Germany as well much of the United States. In October of 2017, Larson will travel to Poland to be the a guest artist, performing at the Sopot Jazz Festival.

Beyond maintaining an active touring and recording schedule, Larson continues to be a sought after clinician and master class presenter at several high schools and Universities across the Midwest and beyond. Appearances include Temple University, Yale, Manhattan School of Music, University of North Texas, Elmhurst College, Roosevelt College, University of Illinois, Univesity of Colorado-Greeley, Northern Illinois University, University of Wisconsin Eau-Claire, Illinois State University, Illinois Wesleyan University, Illinois Central College and Hutchinson Community College, among many others. Adam maintains an impressive portfolio of commissioned ensemble writing for school jazz ensembles, having written thirty original works to date. Larson is currently a Teaching Artist for Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Jazz For Young People, The New York Pops Ed education programs, and has a diverse private lesson studio of Skype students from the U.S. and abroad. Larson has also taught as a substitute at The Manhattan School of Music and New York University. Larson currently resides in Manhattan with his beautiful wife, Tierney and son, Jack.



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We Six

We Six

Friday July 7th - 8:00pm - Friday July 7th - 11:00pm

The Jazz Estate
2423 N Murray Ave
Milwaukee, WI  53211 Map

Late Night Session: Cameron Webb + Anthony Deutsch

Late Night Session: Cameron Webb + Anthony Deutsch

Friday July 7th - 11:30pm - Saturday July 8th - 2:00am

The Jazz Estate
2423 N Murray Ave
Milwaukee, WI  53211 Map

Digbii Cd Release Party

Digbii Cd Release Party

Saturday July 8th - 8:00pm - Saturday July 8th - 11:00pm

The Jazz Estate
2423 N Murray Ave
Milwaukee, WI  53211 Map

Parampampán Ft. Bumbac Joe & Fuzzy Logic!

Parampampán Ft. Bumbac Joe & Fuzzy Logic!

Tuesday July 11th - 9:00pm - Wednesday July 12th - 1:00am

The Jazz Estate
2423 N Murray Ave
Milwaukee, WI  53211 Map

Sunday Night Service Industry Spin With DJ (Also A Dr) Nick Westfall

Sunday Night Service Industry Spin With DJ (Also A Dr) Nick Westfall

Sunday July 16th - 9:00pm - Monday July 17th - 1:00am

The Jazz Estate
2423 N Murray Ave
Milwaukee, WI  53211 Map

Sunday Night spins for our musician and service friends who worked all weekend. Now it's our turn! Dr. Nick spinning records and we're serving up cocktails all night!

No Cover!

Charles McPherson

Charles McPherson

Wednesday August 16th - 8:00pm - Thursday August 17th - 12:00am

The Jazz Estate
2423 N Murray Ave
Milwaukee, WI  53211 Map

The Estate is proud to welcome Jazz Legend Charles McPherson to our stage for two special shows.

August 16th
8pm
10pm

$20 Advance
$25 Door
Limited Front Row Reserved Tables Available

Ticket sales will be announced first to our email list. Join here: eepurl.com/cNvIaX

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Charles McPherson was born in Joplin, Missouri and moved to Detroit at age nine. After growing up in Detroit, he studied with the renowned pianist Barry Harris and started playing jazz professionally at age 19. He moved from Detroit to New York in 1959 and performed with Charles Mingus from 1960 to 1972. While performing with Mingus, he collaborated frequently with Harris, Lonnie Hillyer (trumpet), and George Coleman (tenor sax).

Mr. McPherson has performed at concerts and festivals with his own variety of groups, consisting of quartets, quintets to full orchestras. He was recently featured at Lincoln Center showcasing his original compositions and arrangements with a seven-piece ensemble. He has toured the U.S., Europe, Japan, Africa and South America with his own group, as well as with jazz greats Barry Harris, Billy Eckstine, Lionel Hampton, Nat Adderly, Jay McShann, Phil Woods, Wynton Marsalis, Tom Harrell, Randy Brecker, James Moody, Dizzy Gillespie, and others.

McPherson has recorded as guest artist with Charlie Mingus, Barry Harris, Art Farmer, Kenny Drew, Toshiko Akiyoshi, the Carnegie Hall Jazz Orchestra, and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. He has recorded as leader on Prestige, Fantasy, Mainstream, Discovery, Xanadu, and most recently Arabesque. His most recent recording is the highly acclaimed “Manhattan Nocturne.”

McPherson remains a strong, viable force on the jazz scene today. He is at the height of his powers. His playing combines passionate feeling with intricate patterns of improvisation. Throughout his five decades of being an integral performer of the music, Charles has not merely remained true to his Be Bop origins, but has expanded on them. Stanley Crouch says in his New York Times article on Charles, “He is a singular voice who has never sacrificed the fluidity of his melody makinga singular voice who has never sacrificed the fluidity of his melody making, and is held in high esteem by musicians both long seasoned and young.”
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