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Singin' & Swingin' Jazz & Blues Standards

Moshe Rosen Club Shalom

Monthly Event - Last Sunday of every month: 11:30 AM to 1:45 PM (EDT)

Singin' & Swingin' Jazz & Blues Standards

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Kicking off their ever popular seasonal brunches, the Moshe Rosen Club Shalom invites you to join them Sunday, March 25th at 11:30am for brunch and jazz with The Michael Friedman Quartet, featuring Patricia Adams, jazz vocalist, recently described by The Somers Record as "an amazing jazz performer and musicologist".   The event will be held at the Heritage Hills Activities Center on West Hill Drive (entrance on Route 202, near Route 100).


The menu  includes bagels, lox, cream cheese, whitefish salad and other delicious accompaniments.  Then, sit back and relax while the music of Tin Pan Alley and Harlem renaissance return you to the era of George and Ira Gershwin, Fats Waller, Irving Berlin and Duke Ellington to name a few of  famous jazz composers of what we now call The Standards and tunes familiar from the American Songbook.


Members pay $12 and non-members pay $15 in advance or at the door.  Advance payment can be mailed to Moshe Rosen Club Shalom, 8 Heritage Hills, Somers, NY  10589.  The venue is wheelchair accessible.  There is complimentary parking.


Patricia Adams Sings


For more information call Sheila Rosen at 914 277 7761 or Brenda at 914 277 6099.  You may also email .

We look forwar to your joining us!



Have questions about Singin' & Swingin' Jazz & Blues Standards? Contact Moshe Rosen Club Shalom


Heritage Hills Activities Center
West Hill Drive
Somers, NY 10589

Monthly Event - Last Sunday of every month: 11:30 AM to 1:45 PM (EDT)

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Moshe Rosen Club Shalom

Bandleader and vocalist Patricia Adams’ sings and swings jazz standards from renaissance Harlem and Tin Pan Alley the first Sunday of each month at Ryles Jazz Club, Cambridge, MA.  Her discography includes eight CD’s available on-line.  Adams brings her 35 years corporate experience to Berklee College of Music with her business jazz jam workshop.  She is a voting member of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, served on the board of the New England Conservatory and is listed in Scott Yanow's "The Jazz Singers".  Learn more @


Music Director and pianist Michael Friedman fell in love with jazz 55 years ago and has played jazz piano ever since.  Mostly self-taught, he learned to play from listening to great jazz musicians such as Gerry Mulligan, Miles Davis, Russ Freeman, and Bill Evans and from playing with strong professional players such as Jimmy Hill, Leo Corbie, Cameron Brown, and many others.  For a decade he hosted monthly jazz jams at DeFemio’s in Yonkers.  Over the years he has played as a leader and sideman at a variety of venues and events in the Hudson Valley and Manhattan.  You can hear his quartet on Tuesdays at Elements Restaurant in White Plains. Michael is also a writer and photographer.  Learn More: and


Norm Lotz has been playing upright bass in Manhattan and Westchester for many years.  In addition to performing his favorite style of small group jazz, Norm plays a wide variety of music, including opera, classical orchestral, chamber music and shows.  


Alan Bates has played drums and vibraphone in New York City for 30 years.  In 1989/90 he added steel drums to his musical palette.  Drumming from age 12, Bates attended Berklee College of Music in Boston where he studied with Alan Dawson , Joe Hunt and vibraphone with Dave Samuels.  Along with studio work and composing corporate jingles, Bates has performed with many jazz artists including Brother Jack McDuff, Groove Homes, Ron Carter, Marion McPartland, Warren Vache Jr., Doc Cheatam and Ellington alumni Harold Ashby and Norris Turney. He also backed up show biz giants Sammy Davis Jr. and Bob Hope.  Currently Alan plays steel drums and leads a Caribbean Music Ensemble which performs for private parties, corporate events, and community & school concerts.  He continues to play vibraphone and drums with the Alan Bates Trio and Quartet and free-lances in the New York City area. 


Abe Silverman plays classical and jazz clarinet, flute and saxophone.  He has played at Carnegie Hall and on WNYC at Town Hall, Merkin Hall, the 92nd Street Y to name a few of his broadcasts.  He has also played the Plaza Hotel, Hilton, Waldorf, Pierre and the Catskill circuit. He has recorded on Mercury, Electra, Prestige and for the Collectors’ Guild-Ladino.  He is a much sought after woodwinds player.

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