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RUSSIAN SAMOVAR Restaurant: Special Jazz Brunches at 40% Off! Choose from 4 Sundays in April!

$40
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$65
Discount
38%
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$25
The deal ended at:
00:00
04/28/19

Deal Details:

  • Valid only for date purchased
  • Offer not valid on previously purchased tickets
  • May not be combined with other offers
  • Tips, taxes, and drinks are not included
  • All sales are final. No exchanges or refunds

Please bring this voucher to Russian Samovar on the day of the event.

Deal Highlights:

Russian Samovar Restaurant: $40 for Special Jazz Brunches ($65 Value)!

  • Choose from 4 Sundays in April!
  • Long Jazz Brunch: 3 – 7 PM
  • Russian Samovar, Manhattan

Great Entrees, Appetizers, Flavored Vodka and Much More! Celebrating All-Ladies Jazz  Bands!


The Company

Russian Samovar
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New York, NY 10019

256 West 52nd Street

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Do not miss spectacular JAZZ BRUNCH at Manhattan’s RUSSIAN SAMOVAR Restaurant, where you will be treated to a festive meal and great entertainment! 

  • About the Deal:

Russian Samovar Restaurant: $40 for Special Jazz Brunches ($65 Value)!

- Choose from 4 Sundays in April!

- Long Jazz Brunch: 3 – 7 PM

- Russian Samovar, Manhattan

  • Your Jazz Brunch Includes:

- Rich choices of blinis, vareniki, pelmeni, salads, caviar, and much more!

- Jazz concert admission Ticket

  • About the Event:

Every Sunday brings new jazz musicians and every Sunday is different.

It makes for a very interesting and beautiful sound that brings out the best of an outstanding vocalist – of which there are many at Russian Samovar. Every week you are treated to some of the finest singers internationally. This is the Russian Samovar: there is no better place to be on a Sunday than at a Jazz & Blues brunch.

  • Choose from 4 Dates:

- Sunday, April 7, 2019; 3 – 7 PM

- Sunday, April 14, 2019; 3 – 7 PM

- Sunday, April 21, 2019; 3 – 7 PM

- Sunday, April 28, 2019; 3 – 7 PM

  • About the Jazz Lineup:

April 7:

Michael Rorby – Trombone
Louise Rogers – Vocal
Mark Kross – Piano
Rick Strong – Bass

Michael Rorby, trombonist, composer, educator. He hails from Stockholm, Sweden where he studied piano and trumpet and at 19 picked up the trombone which soon became his main means of expression. He did extensive touring and CD Recordings when Blazin Quartet won the Dutch Jazz Competition. Michael is a showstopper and he will leave you wanting more.

April 14:

Satish Robertson – Trumpet & Flugelhorn
Deborah Davis – Vocal
Arcolris Sandoval – Piano
Nathan Brown – Bass
Satish Robertson

Brooklyn based trumpeter/composer Satish Robertson has been cutting his teeth the tried and true way having received personal mentorship by the likes of trumpet titans Vinnie Cutro, ex Charles Mingus trumpeter Ted Curson, Eddie Henderson, Jeremy Pelt, and Roy Hargrove. He has appeared alongside such jazz heavyweights as saxophone virtuoso James Carter and former Dizzy Gillespie pianist Mike Longo.

Additionally, Satish leads his own various small groups in and out of NYC bringing his own singular approach to this wondrous music called jazz which he holds sacred.

April 21:

Steve Malski Niles – Piano/Vocal
Marie Aiken – Vocal
Aaron Johnson – Alto Sax
Billie Johnson – Bass

Steve Malski Niles began his musical career at the very early of five and began performing professionally at twelve in various rock and wedding bands. He received an education in jazz piano and voice and after graduating from Long Island University Steve played music internationally, primarily in the jazz, rhythm and blues, gospel, and classical genres. While playing and singing in piano bars across Europe, Steve also performed as a side man with various Europe based acts, including the Eb Davis Superband, singers Robyn Hemingway, Janisha, and Maria Dangell Dangell. Upon returning home to New Jersey, Steve earned Master of Fine Arts in performance again from Long Island University.

For further information see SteveMalskiNiles.com.

April 28:

Kristen Lee Sergeant – Vocal
Jon Elbaz – Piano
Philip Norris – Bass

Lee Sergeant is a jazz vocalist and composer of effervescent energy, musical intensity and dramatic flair. She is among the few jazz musicians who commits to telling a story in her music and performance style, while sparking spontaneous sonic conversation with her fellow musicians. Her work as a professional stage actress, classical vocal training, and cabaret experience all come together in her distinctive artistry.

She was the winner of the Jazz Forum Arts vocal competition in 2014, and graduated from Brandeis University having won the Ira Gershwin Prize. She has performed at Birdland, Dizzy’s Club Coca Cola, The Iridium, Zinc Bar, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Joe’s Pub, among others.

  • About Russian Samovar:

For nearly 30 years this restaurant brings the elegance and warmth of old Russia to the heart of New York City. Conveniently located in Midtown Manhattan, amidst bustling theater life, Russian Samovar is a perfect place for a date, a pre-theater or after-show dinner, a birthday celebration, or any other occasion.

  • What Others Are Saying:

- “Great food, great music…Servers are always very warm and helpful. Piano, violin, singing. Some dancing, good times.” OpenTable

- “This restaurant has a very good selection of Russian specialties. Food was very well prepared and tasty. The blitzes were outstanding. Very caring staff ensure you are happy with your meal and service.” OpenTable


  •  About Your Voucher:

Please bring this voucher to Russian Samovar on the day of the event.

  • Do You Have Questions?

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