One night, two big bands!
Opening the evening at 7pm, we have a special set by Caleb Chapman's Voodoo Orchestra!
This nationally-acclaimed orchestra is made up of young musicians, but don’t let their age fool you – they’re recognized as one of the best jump swing bands in the country. This multi-talented group puts on one of the most entertaining shows in the state.
Once Voodoo takes the stage you won’t be able to sit still – you’ll be clapping, dancing, or slapping your knee during their phenomenal show. This amazing band will blow the roof off the joint so get ready for an explosion of electrifying music.
Headlining the evening at 8pm, we're excited to have Steven Feifke leading a big band full of some of your favorite LA musicians!
Steven Feifke, born June 21st 1991, is a New York City based bandleader, pianist, composer and arranger. Feifke frequently works as a musical director, and in addition to his work within the jazz world, he has written music featured in film, television and theater, and conducts large ensemble recording sessions as well.
In 2014, at age 24, he was commissioned by the 23Arts Initiative to write a genre defying arrangement of Gershwin's symphonic «Rhapsody In Blue» to feature his big band and guest concert pianist. Today his big band can be seen regularly performing in New York at the Django, and also at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola.
As a pianist, Feifke maintains an active performance schedule both in and out of New York City with his trio at venues like The Blue Note, Smalls Jazz Club, and Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola at Lincoln Center. At age 20, Feifke was a semifinalist in the 2011 Thelonious Monk Competition. He loves making music of all kinds, and enjoys playing often as a sideman with his friends and artistic collaborators. Feifke's debut record as a bandleader is called «Peace In Time,» and features twelve tracks comprised of original and arranged work for his septet.
Feifke currently resides in New York City, and holds a bachelors degree (2013) in Jazz Studies and a minor in Economics from New York University. He also holds a masters degree (2018) from Manhattan School of Music in Jazz Composition.
Tickets: $20 for GA // $40 for VIP Seating
The full dinner menu is available for purchase as soon as doors open. Your ticket purchase is the only reservation you need. A minimum of two items ($20.00) is required per person. $10 ticket INCREASE on day of show. Valet parking available with validation for $6. There is metered street parking as well but be sure to read the signs. Parking is NOT permitted on Woodbridge St. after 9pm nightly.