Atlantic Highlands Arts Council’s Living Room Concert 

Atlantic Highlands, NJ - Saturday, December 14, celebrate the holidays with a very special concert presented by the Atlantic Highlands Arts Council.  The Sergio DuBois Trio offers an evening of favorite jazz and holiday compositions. Guests will enjoy fine music, sparkling holiday refreshments, and conversation in an elegant Victorian home in Atlantic Highlands. 

Keyboard artist and composer Sergio DuBois is a passionate multi-instrumentalist with a natural gift for musical creation and improvisation, having developed a love for jazz while studying Mathematics at the University of Chicago.  He later studied jazz at the University of Miami and then became a student of jazz legend Joanne Brackeen.  He has performed at many Arts Council events over the years.  

 

Sergio will be playing with bassist Gary Mazzaroppi, a graduate of the Berklee School, who toured with the Lionel Hampton Big Band for five years.  Mazzaroppi has accompanied many of the greatest names in jazz, from Charlie Byrd and Herb Ellis to Marian McPartland, Buddy Rich and Clark Terry.  

Brazil-born drummer Maurício de Souza is an accomplished musician, band leader, and composer. DeSouza has performed and recorded with many outstanding jazz artists, and his two groups, Bossa Brasil (Brazilian jazz) and Maurício de Souza Group (straight-ahead jazz), perform exciting, sophisticated, and lyrical jazz and Brazilian jazz compositions.

The Atlantic Highlands Arts Council’s Living Room Concert series brings some of the best metropolitan area musicians to small audiences in the intimacy of private living rooms in Atlantic Highlands.  Each concert also offers the opportunity to meet and talk to the musicians and other audience members over refreshments.

Tickets for the Jazz Holiday Concert are only $20, and are available online at aharts.org, or at the Painted Frame, 78 First Ave. in Atlantic Highlands.

The AHAC is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization.  The mission of the Atlantic Highlands Arts Council is to strengthen community through the arts. For further information on the Arts Council, please visit our website at www.aharts.org.