Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Pizza/Jazz Big Night! November 15... reserve by November 13!

Pompanuck Farm Hosts an Evening of Fine Jazz

On Saturday, November 15, Pompanuck Farm will hold its Autumn Pizza/Jazz Big Night! From 6:30pm to 11:00pm, the second of Pompanuck’s music and meal nights of 2008 will happen with enough great music and pizza to take us through the Fall. Come hear fine Jazz and enjoy wood-fired pizza in the Roundhouse at Pompanuck in a benefit night for Pompanuck’s programs and children’s scholarship fund.

Headlining this evening’s jazz is vocalist, Evita Cobo, singing jazz and Brazilian standards Cobo, considered a “pure” singer, has performed in numerous venues during her 18 years as a professional musician. Her New York City debut was to a sold-out crowd at Danny's Skylight Room in 1995, and she has also sung at the prestigious Harvard Club in Boston and The Century Club in New York.
Accompanying Cobo and sharing the stage for additional sets will be Bruce Williamson (piano and horns), Khabu Doug Young (guitar and ukulele), Bob Bowen (bass), and Ron Vincent (drums). Joining them will be Julian Labatt and Kaarin Lysen, accomplished jazz students of Williamson’s from Bennington College. This group of inventive musicians create music with creative vision; a unique and always mesmerizing journey through a diverse musical landscape. There are always surprise musical guests in this Pompanuck event that has been popular for over 15 years.

This event is part of the Concerts With Bite series to benefit Pompanuck Farm Institute, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Reservations are required. Tickets are $25.00 before November 13 ($28 after and at the door) and $15 (and $18 at the door) for students.

Pompanuck Farm is a 501c3 non-profit and eco-retreat learning center dedicated to educational exploration in a range of performing, healing, movement and nature arts for children and families, located at 494 Chestnut Hill Road in Cambridge NY. Call 518-677-5552 or email: for reservations, directions and/or information. Please visit