Events by genre
- 1930s - 1940s Jazz & Swing
- 8:30PM To 10PM
- 8PM to late
- 8PM until Late
- Afro Jazz
- AfroCuban master drummer Román Díaz & his nine piece percussion & vocal & dance ensemble perform the living magic of the AfroCaribbean experience
- Avant-garde Jazz
- Bossa Nova
- Bossa Nova. 9pm.
- Brazilian Jazz
- Classic Jazz
- Classic Rock
- Classic Rock Jazz
- Contemporary Jazz
- Free Jazz
- Hip Hop
- Jazz Blues & Soul
- Latin Jazz
- Latin Soul
- new jazz
- New Orleans Jazz
- Orchestral Jazz
- Orchestral Jazz. NO RESERVATIONS.
- original compositions and classic favorites.
- Peruvian Music
"Allen's control of the timbers, from guttural moans to clarion peals,
and his ability to squeeze whimpers out of brass and hurl them
at the listener, marks him as a horn man to watch."
W. Royal Stokes-The Washington Post
"...Bracingly vivid trumpeter..."
Howard Mandel-The Village Voice (N.Y.C.)
"His conception and phrasing recall Lee Morgan's command of the latin idiom."
Keith Raether-The News Tribune (Seattle)
"...he screams and screeches, taunts and teases,
growls and groans, sneaks and snakes."
Gil Sokolow-The I.A.J.R.C. Journal
"A fullness replete with soft tone-edges and great leaping ability makes Allen interesting and worth a listen."
Andy Bartlett-Cadence Magazine
"Allen's trumpet and flugelhorn playing is marked by a playful inventiveness underscored by a slightly husky, almost vocal, tone and use of such swing trumpet strategies as smears, growls and glisses."
George Kanzler-The Star Ledger (Newark, N.J.)
"Allen displays wit, charm, and true soul amidst the bristling themes
and exposes fine sensitivity in the more harmonious passages."