The Rubin Museum of Art will be continuing its “Jazz at the Rubin” series with internationally recognized flutist Jamie Baum on Friday, November 13 at 7:00 PM.

She will be performing new music and premiering a commission by the Rubin Museum, Honoring Nepal. Selections from her latest album “In This Life” (Sunnyside) will be performed as well.

For more info about the commission, check out the Rubin Blog:

If you haven’t been to this amazing venue, please treat yourself and come early to check out the wonderful gallery, bar and Himalayan food they serve. You’re ears will also be treated to special acoustic properties this unique performance venue has due to its imported wood from the Himalayas. It is a small theater and advance tickets are recommended! Buy tickets here:

The full band features:
Jamie Baum- flutes
Kenny Warren – trumpet
Aaron Kruziki – alto sax/bass clarinet
Chris Komer – French horn
Brad Shepik – guitar
Dan Tepfer – piano
Chris Tordini – bass
Jeff Hirshfield – drums

“A New York flutist, Ms. Baum has been recording with expanded small bands since the late ’90s; she’s into tone color and timbre and the blending of languages, jazz, and 20th-century classical and Afro-Latin music. But she’s got an elegantly persuasive composing hand…her composing ideas have gotten particularly strong on In This Life (Sunnyside).There are no pedantic mixtures here; she makes what she takes from classical minimalism and Indian qawwali mix together and feel natural.”
— Ben Ratliff, New York Times

The Rubin Museum is located at 150 West 17th Street at 7th Avenue, NYC

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