Carol Sloane & Bill Charlap Duo

Jazz Bistro
Sat Jun 24 10:00pm
Ticket Price: 
$35adv/$40door + service charge
Ticket Information: 

In order to obtain a reserved seat, a dinner reservation is required by calling 416-363-5299.
If a dinner reservation is not made, seating will be general admission.
Dinner seating begins at 8:45pm for the 10:00pm show.
Please make your dinner reservation under the name of the ticket purchaser

A limited number of obstructed view seats are available for $20+s/c on the second level. Sound is unobstructed, however there are no direct sight lines to the stage. Stage is viewed via large video screens.

CAROL SLOANE (vocalist) was born in Providence, Rhode Island. Singing professionally since the age of 14 , she performed with the Les and Larry Elgart Orchestra, as backup for Lambert, Hendricks and Ross with Jon Hendricks being instrumental in getting Sloane a solo spot at the Newport Jazz Festival in 1961. Sloane worked consistently in nightclubs, TV, radio and recording in the 60s. After a turbulent relationship with pianist Jimmy Rowles, she relocated to the south, booking jazz acts for a supper club in Chapel Hill, N.C., and working as legal secretary and in 2000 hosted a radio program, “The Jazz Matinee at WICN FM. Her 2007 release is entitled “Dearest Duke” a tribute to Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn.

One of the world’s premier jazz pianists, Bill Charlap has performed and recorded with many leading artists of our time, ranging from jazz masters Phil Woods and Wynton Marsalis to singers Tony Bennett and Barbra Streisand. Since 1997, he has led the Bill Charlap Trio with bassist Peter Washington and drummer Kenny Washington, now recognized as one of the leading groups in jazz. Charlap is the artistic director of New York City’s Jazz in July Festival at the 92nd Street Y, and he has produced concerts for Jazz at Lincoln Center, the JVC Jazz Festival and the Hollywood Bowl. A two-time Grammy nominee, Charlap is married to renowned jazz pianist Renee Rosnes. In the Spring of 2010, Charlap and Rosnes released Double Portrait, a duo piano recording on the Blue Note label.