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Late Night w/ Mark Diamond

Thursday, March 10, 2016
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11:20pm-1am

Mark at Nocturne

Singer Robert Johnson and the Mark Diamond Trio

Friday, March 11, 2016 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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Fridays in March and April we are proud to feature the Mark Diamond Trio, (drummer Dru Heller, pianist Scott Martin) and Robert Johnson, a veteran singer and entertainer.

Robert Johnson

Robert has shared the stage with many including Stevie Wonder, Angela Brown and Stan Getz and has appeared in national and regional productions of Porgy and Bess, Ain’t Misbehavin, Blues In The Night, A Brief History Of White Music, Showboat, The Full Monty, The Buddy Holly Story and as the voice of the plant in Little Shop Of Horrors. Robert has sung The National Anthem at fourth game of the 1976 World Series in New York and the 1984 NBA All-Star game in Denver.

Since making his home in Denver, Colorado Robert has been named Best Male Vocalist in the Denver Posts Readers Poll, Best Jazz Vocalist by the Colorado Black Artists Association, was honored as Colorado’s Best Male Singer by the News and Radio Media and Best Male Vocalist by the Colorado Songwriters Association. As a performer with the 17th Avenue All-Stars, an a cappella group that in 1993, won the National Harmony Sweepstakes.

Robert not only lent his vocal talents to their CD “ True Colors”, he also produced and recorded the project. And more recently his work on “ Seize The Day “ by Michael Friedman garnered a Regional Grammy nod for Best Pop Instrumental Recording. Currently Robert can be heard on his CD releases through his label Jakarta Records Ltd. Those recordings are Richard The Third, Black Prince Road and Home For The Holiday’s.

His latest recording the soon to be released jazz and blues project A Long Road Traveled that his talents not only as a vocalist, but also as a songwriter, instrumentalist and producer.

 

Late Night w/ Paul Musso

Friday, March 11, 2016
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​LATE NIGHT: Guitarist Paul Musso

11:15-1:15 PM

Paul Musso, is a veteran music educator and freelance guitarist who has performed throughout Colorado area with many diverse ensembles including the Colorado Symphony, the Boulder Festival Orchestra, the Aspen Music Festival, and the Westcliff Jazz Festival. He is also a prolific author of jazz guitar books with Mel Bay: Fingerstyle Jazz Guitar/Teaching Your Guitar to Walk, Graded Fingerstyle Jazz Guitar Solos and his most recent release, Developing Jazz Guitar Solos and co-author of Mel Bay’s 2000 Jazz Guitar, where Paul shares the bill with greats Johnny Smith, John Abercrombie, Buckey Pizzarelli, George Van Eps, Andy Summers and many others.

Paul is the director of the Guitar Program at the University of Colorado Denver has been with CU Denver over fifteen years teaching fretboard theory, commercial guitar styles, applied guitar studies, jazz theory, songwriting, improvisation and mentoring a host of guitar ensembles.

 

Read the 4.5 star review of Paul's 2012 debut album: Tonescapes 

 

One Year Anniversary Party

Saturday, March 12, 2016 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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Nocturne's One Year Anniversary Party featuring the Peter Olstad Quartet

 

 

Closed Mondays*

Sunday, March 13, 2016
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*Space Available for Private Events

Nocturne's space melds the of design elements that evoke the art deco from the 1920's with the old warehouse feel of the RiNo Arts District making it the perfect venue for special events and private parties. Our talented culinary team can craft a variety of event menu options to delight your guests. From craft cocktails to champagne flights, we can make your Denver event pop.

Bachelorette party hoping to pop some bottles and toast to the bride? Bachelor party looking to end the night with a perfect round of nightcaps? Surprise birthday party for that special someone in your life? Whatever the occasion, we can help you create the perfect party at Nocturne. We also work with a roster of the finest local musicians that can add the perfect touch to your celebration. We can accommodate parties of 20-140 people. Our mezzanine space is perfect for a small party of 15-30 people or buy out the entire venue for your next occasion.

 

To learn more e-mail us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Adam Bartczak Democracy - Original Takes

Tuesday, March 15, 2016 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Adam is in demand as a performer, composer, arranger, and clinician throughout the country. A Colorado native, Adam grew up playing in jazz, rock, reggae, Afro-Cuban, and Dixieland bands, he earned a BM from the University of Colorado at Boulder before joining Denver-based hip-hop/jazz collective Yo, Flaco! with whom he recorded three albums and toured extensively. He moved east to attend the New England Conservatory in Boston, where he studied with Bob Brookmeyer, earned a MM in Jazz Composition, and had numerous works performed by the Jazz Composers’ Workshop Orchestra and the Jazz Composers’ Ensemble.  

Recent projects have included presentations of works at the Jazz Education Network Conference, and The Soul of Jewish Music, which premiered in Los Angeles and featured iconic violinist Itzhak Perlman. Performances of his arrangements for jazz orchestra have featured artists such as Donny McCaslin, Jeff Coffin, Robin Eubanks, Brian Lynch, Billy Pierce, and Geoffrey Keezer. As a performer, he has shared the stage with Karl Denson, Del the Funky Homosapien, Big Gigantic, Ron Miles, and Ziggy Marley.  Currently, he performs and teaches in Colorado and is an adjunct faculty member at the Metropolitan State University of Denver. He also taught at the University of Northern Colorado, where he recently earned a Doctorate in Jazz Studies with a secondary emphasis in Classical Composition.

sam williams - saxophone
adam bartczak - trombone
peter stoltzman - piano
john grigsby - bass
dru heller - drums

Nelson Rangell Live at Nocturne

Wednesday, March 16, 2016 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Performing five dates from March through April in a purely acoustic setting, virtuoso woodwind talent Rangell plays both modern and straight ahead jazz with an all-star rhythm section at Nocturne Jazz & Supper Club.

The Lynn Baker Quartet

Thursday, March 17, 2016 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Original Music from The Lynn Baker Quartet

Featuring:

Eric Gunnison on Piano

Bijoux Barbosa on Bass

Paul Mullikin on Drums

 

Late Night: Mark Diamond Duo

Thursday, March 17, 2016
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11:20pm-1am

Mark at Nocturne

Singer Robert Johnson and the Mark Diamond Trio

Friday, March 18, 2016 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Fridays in March and April we are proud to feature the Mark Diamond Trio, (drummer Dru Heller, pianist Scott Martin) and Robert Johnson, a veteran singer and entertainer.

Robert Johnson

Robert has shared the stage with many including Stevie Wonder, Angela Brown and Stan Getz and has appeared in national and regional productions of Porgy and Bess, Ain’t Misbehavin, Blues In The Night, A Brief History Of White Music, Showboat, The Full Monty, The Buddy Holly Story and as the voice of the plant in Little Shop Of Horrors. Robert has sung The National Anthem at fourth game of the 1976 World Series in New York and the 1984 NBA All-Star game in Denver.

Since making his home in Denver, Colorado Robert has been named Best Male Vocalist in the Denver Posts Readers Poll, Best Jazz Vocalist by the Colorado Black Artists Association, was honored as Colorado’s Best Male Singer by the News and Radio Media and Best Male Vocalist by the Colorado Songwriters Association. As a performer with the 17th Avenue All-Stars, an a cappella group that in 1993, won the National Harmony Sweepstakes.

Robert not only lent his vocal talents to their CD “ True Colors”, he also produced and recorded the project. And more recently his work on “ Seize The Day “ by Michael Friedman garnered a Regional Grammy nod for Best Pop Instrumental Recording. Currently Robert can be heard on his CD releases through his label Jakarta Records Ltd. Those recordings are Richard The Third, Black Prince Road and Home For The Holiday’s.

His latest recording the soon to be released jazz and blues project A Long Road Traveled that his talents not only as a vocalist, but also as a songwriter, instrumentalist and producer.

 

Late Night w/ Paul Musso

Friday, March 18, 2016
This event does not repeat

​LATE NIGHT: Guitarist Paul Musso

11:15-1:15 PM

Paul Musso, is a veteran music educator and freelance guitarist who has performed throughout Colorado area with many diverse ensembles including the Colorado Symphony, the Boulder Festival Orchestra, the Aspen Music Festival, and the Westcliff Jazz Festival. He is also a prolific author of jazz guitar books with Mel Bay: Fingerstyle Jazz Guitar/Teaching Your Guitar to Walk, Graded Fingerstyle Jazz Guitar Solos and his most recent release, Developing Jazz Guitar Solos and co-author of Mel Bay’s 2000 Jazz Guitar, where Paul shares the bill with greats Johnny Smith, John Abercrombie, Buckey Pizzarelli, George Van Eps, Andy Summers and many others.

Paul is the director of the Guitar Program at the University of Colorado Denver has been with CU Denver over fifteen years teaching fretboard theory, commercial guitar styles, applied guitar studies, jazz theory, songwriting, improvisation and mentoring a host of guitar ensembles.

 

Read the 4.5 star review of Paul's 2012 debut album: Tonescapes 

 

Tribute to the 'Hawk' feat. Sam Williams Quartet

Saturday, March 19, 2016 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Coleman Hawkins Tribute Week 1: The Sam Williams Quartet

Coleman Hawkins

Coleman Hawkins was the first important tenor saxophonist in the history of jazz and still remains one of the greatest of all time. Along with a soulful tone, and dynamic approach, he was a consistently modern improviser whose knowledge of chords and harmonies was encyclopedic.

Three Colorado tenor artists (Sam Williams, Keith Oxman, and Peter Sommer) honor the 'Hawk' for his contributions to the art and spirit of the jazz art form.

Closed Mondays*

Sunday, March 20, 2016
This event does not repeat

*Space Available for Private Events

Nocturne's space melds the of design elements that evoke the art deco from the 1920's with the old warehouse feel of the RiNo Arts District making it the perfect venue for special events and private parties. Our talented culinary team can craft a variety of event menu options to delight your guests. From craft cocktails to champagne flights, we can make your Denver event pop.

Bachelorette party hoping to pop some bottles and toast to the bride? Bachelor party looking to end the night with a perfect round of nightcaps? Surprise birthday party for that special someone in your life? Whatever the occasion, we can help you create the perfect party at Nocturne. We also work with a roster of the finest local musicians that can add the perfect touch to your celebration. We can accommodate parties of 20-140 people. Our mezzanine space is perfect for a small party of 15-30 people or buy out the entire venue for your next occasion.

 

To learn more e-mail us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Adam Bartczak Democracy - Original Takes

Tuesday, March 22, 2016 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
This event does not repeat

Adam is in demand as a performer, composer, arranger, and clinician throughout the country. A Colorado native, Adam grew up playing in jazz, rock, reggae, Afro-Cuban, and Dixieland bands, he earned a BM from the University of Colorado at Boulder before joining Denver-based hip-hop/jazz collective Yo, Flaco! with whom he recorded three albums and toured extensively. He moved east to attend the New England Conservatory in Boston, where he studied with Bob Brookmeyer, earned a MM in Jazz Composition, and had numerous works performed by the Jazz Composers’ Workshop Orchestra and the Jazz Composers’ Ensemble.  

Recent projects have included presentations of works at the Jazz Education Network Conference, and The Soul of Jewish Music, which premiered in Los Angeles and featured iconic violinist Itzhak Perlman. Performances of his arrangements for jazz orchestra have featured artists such as Donny McCaslin, Jeff Coffin, Robin Eubanks, Brian Lynch, Billy Pierce, and Geoffrey Keezer. As a performer, he has shared the stage with Karl Denson, Del the Funky Homosapien, Big Gigantic, Ron Miles, and Ziggy Marley.  Currently, he performs and teaches in Colorado and is an adjunct faculty member at the Metropolitan State University of Denver. He also taught at the University of Northern Colorado, where he recently earned a Doctorate in Jazz Studies with a secondary emphasis in Classical Composition.

sam williams - saxophone
adam bartczak - trombone
peter stoltzman - piano
john grigsby - bass
dru heller - drums

Nelson Rangell Live at Nocturne

Wednesday, March 23, 2016 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
This event does not repeat

Performing five dates from March through April in a purely acoustic setting, virtuoso woodwind talent Rangell plays both modern and straight ahead jazz with an all-star rhythm section at Nocturne Jazz & Supper Club.

Eric Gunnison - Piano

Mike Marlier - Drums

Bijoux Barbosa

The Lynn Baker Quartet

Thursday, March 24, 2016 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
This event does not repeat

Original Music from The Lynn Baker Quartet

Featuring:

Eric Gunnison on Piano

Bijoux Barbosa on Bass

Paul Mullikin on Drums

 

Late Night: Mark Diamond Duo

Thursday, March 24, 2016
This event does not repeat

11:20pm-1am

Mark at Nocturne

Singer Robert Johnson and the Mark Diamond Trio

Friday, March 25, 2016 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
This event does not repeat

Fridays in March and April we are proud to feature the Mark Diamond Trio, (drummer Dru Heller, pianist Scott Martin) and Robert Johnson, a veteran singer and entertainer.

Robert Johnson

Robert has shared the stage with many including Stevie Wonder, Angela Brown and Stan Getz and has appeared in national and regional productions of Porgy and Bess, Ain’t Misbehavin, Blues In The Night, A Brief History Of White Music, Showboat, The Full Monty, The Buddy Holly Story and as the voice of the plant in Little Shop Of Horrors. Robert has sung The National Anthem at fourth game of the 1976 World Series in New York and the 1984 NBA All-Star game in Denver.

Since making his home in Denver, Colorado Robert has been named Best Male Vocalist in the Denver Posts Readers Poll, Best Jazz Vocalist by the Colorado Black Artists Association, was honored as Colorado’s Best Male Singer by the News and Radio Media and Best Male Vocalist by the Colorado Songwriters Association. As a performer with the 17th Avenue All-Stars, an a cappella group that in 1993, won the National Harmony Sweepstakes.

Robert not only lent his vocal talents to their CD “ True Colors”, he also produced and recorded the project. And more recently his work on “ Seize The Day “ by Michael Friedman garnered a Regional Grammy nod for Best Pop Instrumental Recording. Currently Robert can be heard on his CD releases through his label Jakarta Records Ltd. Those recordings are Richard The Third, Black Prince Road and Home For The Holiday’s.

His latest recording the soon to be released jazz and blues project A Long Road Traveled that his talents not only as a vocalist, but also as a songwriter, instrumentalist and producer.

 

Tribute to the 'Hawk' feat. The Sam Williams Quartet

Saturday, March 26, 2016 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
This event does not repeat

Coleman Hawkins Tribute Week 2: The Sam Williams Quartet

Coleman Hawkins

Coleman Hawkins was the first important tenor saxophonist in the history of jazz and still remains one of the greatest of all time. Along with a soulful tone, and dynamic approach, he was a consistently modern improviser whose knowledge of chords and harmonies was encyclopedic.

Three Colorado tenor artists (Sam Williams, Keith Oxman, and Peter Sommer) honor the 'Hawk' for his contributions to the art and spirit of the jazz art form.

Closed Mondays*

Sunday, March 27, 2016
This event does not repeat

*Space Available for Private Events

Nocturne's space melds the of design elements that evoke the art deco from the 1920's with the old warehouse feel of the RiNo Arts District making it the perfect venue for special events and private parties. Our talented culinary team can craft a variety of event menu options to delight your guests. From craft cocktails to champagne flights, we can make your Denver event pop.

Bachelorette party hoping to pop some bottles and toast to the bride? Bachelor party looking to end the night with a perfect round of nightcaps? Surprise birthday party for that special someone in your life? Whatever the occasion, we can help you create the perfect party at Nocturne. We also work with a roster of the finest local musicians that can add the perfect touch to your celebration. We can accommodate parties of 20-140 people. Our mezzanine space is perfect for a small party of 15-30 people or buy out the entire venue for your next occasion.

 

To learn more e-mail us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.