Jazz enthusiasts have seen plenty of pianos, horns, strings, and drums, but The Warren Wolf Quartet has something a little different set up when they hit the stage.
The “Virtuoso of Vibraphone,” Warren Wolf is a multi-instrumentalist who wows his audiences with his talent on percussion, and particularly the unique sound of the vibraphone.
Fans of jazz will be able to see this talent in action on Sunday, March 20, at Rutherfurd Hall in Allamuchy at the next segment of its Great Jazz Series.
A former percussion instructor at Berklee College of Music, Wolf is studied in classical, ragtime, jazz, and a plethora of other music genres. In addition to vibraphone, his musical talents include playing the marimba, drums, and piano. He has performed in dozens of countries on multiple continents, always leaving the audience wanting more.
Joining Wolf are three talented musicians with distinct personalities. Drummer Matt Wilson is known for his musical prowess, positive energy, and great sense of humor. Pianist Aaron Diehl is meticulous, known among jazz contemporaries for his union of traditional and fresh artistry. Bassist Martin Wind is in demand, playing the major jazz clubs and in-session for Hollywood; he has been performed on numerous movie soundtracks, including “Mona Lisa Smiles” and “True Grit.”
The Warren Wolf Quartet will run from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Advanced tickets are $22.50 or $27.50 at the door.
Pre-event tickets can be purchased in person at Panther Valley Pharmacy, Mama’s & Café Baci, and Bea McNally’s, as well as online at the Rutherfurd Hall Tickets website.
Rutherfurd Hall is located at 1686 Route 517 in Allamuchy, conveniently located right off Route 80.