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Morristown Jazz Fest Will Light Up The Green This Month

The much-loved Jazz & Blues Festival returns to the Green in full force next weekend, Sept. 17, with ten hours of live music.MORRISTOWN, NJ — Greater Morristown is trading in the end-of-summer blues for blues music on Saturday, Sept. 17 with the 12th annual Morristown Jazz & Blues Festival.The festival draws thousands of fans and several accomplished musicians, making it a staple community event in Morris County.“We are so excited with this year’s lineup which brings very popular artists like ...

The much-loved Jazz & Blues Festival returns to the Green in full force next weekend, Sept. 17, with ten hours of live music.

MORRISTOWN, NJ — Greater Morristown is trading in the end-of-summer blues for blues music on Saturday, Sept. 17 with the 12th annual Morristown Jazz & Blues Festival.

The festival draws thousands of fans and several accomplished musicians, making it a staple community event in Morris County.

“We are so excited with this year’s lineup which brings very popular artists like Bria Skonberg, Walter Trout and Frank Vignola back to Morristown,” Mayor Tim Dougherty said. “It’s going to be a great day of music for everyone.”

The celebration this year will honor Mike Fabrizio, a longtime committee member, and Linda Smith, one of the festival's founders, both of whom passed away in 2021.

Dan Levinson's New York All-Star Big Band, which will open the festival this year, will perform at noon. The 14-piece group, which performs arrangements from the big bands of the Swing Era, has been praised as "just amazingly great" by author and music critic Will Friedwald.

The festival will present Frank Vignola's Guitar Night at Birdland Band at 2 p.m., continuing a tradition started by the legendary Bucky Pizzarelli. Vignola is a well-liked performer who has become a festival fixture.

“We are thrilled to return to Morristown to play in this wonderful festival, particularly with Kenjoining us. We plan to play some classic jazz standards which we know that the audience will love,” Vignola said.

At 4:00, the festival will reintroduce Bria Skonberg, a popular performer on the trumpet, singer, and songwriter. Skonberg, dubbed "the shining hope of hot jazz" by the New York Times, will mix some old favorites with new songs while showcasing her trumpet playing, Grammy-winning vocals and always entertaining anecdotes.

“It means a lot to me to make music with friends again,” Skonberg said. “To share the healing power of music with audiences. I have loved performing at the festival in the past and look forward to returning.”

The concert's finale will feature 17-year-old sensation Veronica Lewis, a newcomer who has captured the blues world with her rocking piano playing and soaring vocals. Her debut album received two Blues Music Nominations in 2022 for Best Emerging Artist Album and Pinetop Piano Player of the Year.

“I am thrilled to make my first appearance in New Jersey,” Lewis said. “Particularly pleased to be in Morristown which is the home of an organization that has been very important to my family, The Seeing Eye. My grandfather, who was a huge jazz fan and musical influence on me, has had a Seeing Eye Dog for more than 60 years.”

Walter Trout, the legendary blues guitarist, returns to the festival for the final set of the day. “I am looking forward to returning to my home state and am so happy to return to Morristown for this fantastic festival,” Trout said.

Loyal concertgoers have been waiting months for this day, and it's almost here. The festival is held on the Morristown Green from noon until 10 p.m. The event is free to enter, so prepare to enjoy the music by bringing your lawn chairs, blankets, and picnic baskets.

Since its inception in 2011, the Morristown Jazz & Blues Festival has grown to become one of the most anticipated music events in the area, attracting attendees from all over the nation, enhancing local economies, and showcasing top-tier musicians who honor two great American art forms.

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nourish.NJ Expands and Adapts to Support Thousands More in Morris County

For nearly forty years, nourish.NJ has dedicated every day to providing lasting solutions to hunger, homelessness and poverty in the Morristown area. nourish.NJ has continuously adapted to meet the increasing and shifting needs of their neighbors. Yet, in recent times, it has become abundantly clear that the impact of hunger, homelessness and poverty in their community is as inflated as current prices, and extends far beyond Morristown.With costs-of-living continuing to rise, and a 30%+ increase in their clientele as of late, it is ob...

For nearly forty years, nourish.NJ has dedicated every day to providing lasting solutions to hunger, homelessness and poverty in the Morristown area. nourish.NJ has continuously adapted to meet the increasing and shifting needs of their neighbors. Yet, in recent times, it has become abundantly clear that the impact of hunger, homelessness and poverty in their community is as inflated as current prices, and extends far beyond Morristown.

With costs-of-living continuing to rise, and a 30%+ increase in their clientele as of late, it is obvious that this is just the beginning of an unprecedented demand for nourish.NJ’s programs and offerings. In light of this, they’re undertaking their greatest adaptation yet; They’ve begun the process of expanding both geographically and programmatically to tackle increasing poverty rates throughout Morris County.

Geographically, nourish.NJ’s expansion will include the opening of a 6,000 square foot Community Hub in Victory Gardens, the establishment of additional mobile and satellite locations throughout the county, as well as the maintenance and enhancement of their current location and operations in Morristown. Programmatically, with the help of community partners, their expansion will increase the capacity of current programs, such as fresh, daily meals, Free Farmers Markets, case management, employment and physical health programs, and introduce new vocational training, mental health, youth-focused, and immigration support programs. Overall, this expansion will allow nourish.NJ to reach and support thousands more in the near future, and in more dynamic ways than ever before.

Community support is critical in enabling nourish.NJ to be there for Morris County tomorrow, as well as in allowing them to continue being there for the Morristown area today. You can help maintain the organization’s current work by getting involved in the Walk for nourish.NJ, and ensure their ongoing work by donating to the “Campaign to Expand Our Reach”. For more information on nourish.NJ’s expansion plans, and the Walk for nourish.NJ, visit www.nourishnj.org.

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Jerry Seinfeld N.J. shows sold out: Where to buy tickets, best prices, promo codes

What’s the deal with sold out tickets?That’s what Jerry Seinfeld might wonder about tickets no longer being available for his two shows at Morristown’s Mayo Performing Arts Center on the venue&...

What’s the deal with sold out tickets?

That’s what Jerry Seinfeld might wonder about tickets no longer being available for his two shows at Morristown’s Mayo Performing Arts Center on the venue’s ticketing site for his Sept. 9, 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. performances.

Luckily, tickets are still available on a variety of resale sites, like StubHub, Vivid Seats, TicketNetwork, MegaSeats and TicketCity.

They’re not cheap though.

At the time of publication, the lowest price on tickets for the 7 p.m. show was on StubHub for $450 before fees.

Tickets start at $469 before fees on Vivid Seats for the 9:30 p.m. show.

First-time Vivid Seats users can save $20 on ticket orders over $200 with promo code NJ20 at checkout.

On TicketCity, save $15 on orders over $400 using promo code TCITYSAVE15.

All prices are subject to fluctuation.

If you can’t make it out to these shows, don’t worry too much.

Seinfeld has four gigs at New York City’s Beacon Theatre on Nov. 18-19 as part of his residency at the venue. Then, he’ll be back in the Garden State on Dec. 10 to perform at Atlantic City’s Borgata Casino Event Center.

A complete calendar featuring all of Seinfeld’s upcoming tour dates, venues, show start times and links to buy tickets can be found here.

In addition to the tour, Seinfeld recently made headlines modeling KITH streetwear. You can see all the attention grabbing photos the comedian-turned-internet-fashion icon here.

Other comedians on tour in 2022

While there may be no greater household name in comedy than Seinfeld, here are five funnymen you won’t want to miss this year.

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Matt Levy covers the live entertainment industry, writing about upcoming concerts, festivals, shows and events. He can be reached at [email protected].

Grants Totaling $182K Support Educational Programs In Morristown

The Morris Educational Foundation (MEF) recently announced a grant and program award of $181,955 to the Morris School District. MORRISTOWN, NJ — The Morris Educational Foundation (MEF) recently announced that it has awarded $181,955 in grants and programs to the Morris School District for the 2021-2022 school year to support students, teachers, schools and the District community.The MEF, a non-profit organization that has been improving educational programs in the Morris School District for 30 years, worked with the Dis...

The Morris Educational Foundation (MEF) recently announced a grant and program award of $181,955 to the Morris School District.

MORRISTOWN, NJ — The Morris Educational Foundation (MEF) recently announced that it has awarded $181,955 in grants and programs to the Morris School District for the 2021-2022 school year to support students, teachers, schools and the District community.

The MEF, a non-profit organization that has been improving educational programs in the Morris School District for 30 years, worked with the District to provide funding and in-kind donations for a variety of academic, enrichment, and social-emotional wellness initiatives that were not covered by the school budget or tax dollars.

“Each year, I am impressed by the quality and number of grants the MEF awards to the Morris School District,” said Ann Rhines, Morris Educational Foundation grants chair and former member of the Morris School District Board of Education.

The MEF funded projects ranging from literacy-based grants and funds to support various arts programs to STEM materials to enrich the curriculum, promote self-esteem, enhance and expand enrichment opportunities, and help teachers grow professionally.

These grants help to ensure the highest level of educational innovation, supporting students and faculty in a lifelong learning partnership.

“The thoughtful submissions were essential to ensuring equitable academic activity to all District students and teachers – from preschool to high school. As we approach the new year school year, we encourage District staff to apply early so we can continue to meet the needs of our schools with the support of our generous donors and community partners,” Rhines said.

Throughout the 2021-2022 school year, 29 grants were awarded to support all students and teachers at all levels.

The following grants demonstrate how the fields of study and enrichment varied among those grants:

To view the full list of grants awarded in the 2021-2022 school year, please visit www.morrisedfoundation.org/what-we-do/grants/. District staff and administrators interested in applying for a grant can do so by clicking here.

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Pandemic Piano Preludes: Pianist Daniel Colalillo

As part of Classical Keys 22/23 season, I'm extremely excited to share "Pandemic Piano Preludes." This solo piano recital project was a long time in the making. I commissioned five distinguished composers to write a piano prelude in the midst of the lockdown when music was silent and we were all at home reflecting on trying times.I will be premiering preludes by: Julian Bennett Holmes, Stephanie Ann Boyd, Thomas Weaver, Noah Kellman & Harry Stafylakis. This solo recital will also feature standard prelude favorites such a...

As part of Classical Keys 22/23 season, I'm extremely excited to share "Pandemic Piano Preludes." This solo piano recital project was a long time in the making. I commissioned five distinguished composers to write a piano prelude in the midst of the lockdown when music was silent and we were all at home reflecting on trying times.

I will be premiering preludes by: Julian Bennett Holmes, Stephanie Ann Boyd, Thomas Weaver, Noah Kellman & Harry Stafylakis. This solo recital will also feature standard prelude favorites such as: Bach, Debussy, Scriabin, Rachmaninoff, Gershwin, and rarely performed preludes by Roslavets & Irene Britton Smith.

September 24th, 7pm (Ticket Link) ($20)

Location: First Baptist Church (51 Washington St, Morristown, NJ 07960)

Daniel Colalillo is a New York based classical pianist. As a soloist, he is known for delivering strong commanding performances and unique interpretations with a depth of musical integrity. He has been lauded by “The New York Times.” Daniel has given solo recitals at venues such as: Carnegie Hall, Steinway Hall, Bargemusic, Symphony Space, Columbia University, Princeton University, and has performed in various cities such as: Philadelphia, San Francisco, Nashville, Toronto, Montreal, and more. Apart from his solo career Daniel is an active chamber musician, accompanist, and teacher where he maintains a private studio in upper Manhattan. He recently became a Musician Owner and is on the Council of Groupmuse, which is a series of chamber music house concerts in the US and abroad. He is the Founder and Artistic Director of Classical Keys where he runs a Concert Series in NJ & NYC. Daniel has his Master from Mannes and stared piano at the late age of 15. DanielColalillo.com

The $20 ticket also includes free parking across the street at Dalton Parking Garage (Your parking ticket will be stamped and validated at the church.) Tickets available on Eventbrite and also at the door. Student Tickets: $5 at the door.

NEXT DUO CONCERT: w/ accomplished clarinetist: Yoonah Kim

Oct. 29th 7pm, Sat. Morristown, NJ at the First Baptist Church

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