Upcoming Dates

Saturday, June 24th, 2017

The Jazzway 10th Anniversary Show - Warren Wolf with guest Charenee Wade
The Jazzway 10th Anniversary Show - Warren Wolf with guest Charenee Wade - 8:00 PM
6004 Hollins Ave
Baltimore, MD 21210
410-952-4528 [map]
Price: $38.00/General-$18.00/Students



Jazzway's 10th Anniversary Show - The Warren Wolf Group with special guest Charenee Wade




Warren Wolf performs Jazzway’s 10th Anniversary concert with his group and special guest vocalist Charenee Wade. They’ll be performing songs from each of their newest recordings, Convergence (Warren Wolf) and Offering - The Music of Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson (Charenee Wade) as well and a new take on some old favorites. Charenee Wade was the 2nd place winner in the 2010 Thelonious Monk Competition. Warren Wolf -Vibraphone; Mark Meadows- Piano/Keys, Reginald Payne -Bass, CV Dashiell - Drums and special guest, vocalist Charenee Wade. Tickets: $38-General, $33-BJA Members (PER registered member, please), $18-Students. All tickets include all soft drinks, entry in a raffle, and a desert, fruit and cheese buffet post-concert – plus a piece of birthday cake




Warren Wolf - vibraphone


Mark Meadows - piano


Reginald Payne - bass


CV Dashiell - drums


AND special guest vocalist Charenee Wade (2nd place winner of the 2010 Thelonious Monk Competition)


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Baltimore's Warren Wolf is an acclaimed jazz vibraphonist known for his sophisticated post-bop style. Born in Baltimore in 1979, Wolf first began playing music at age three, studying vibraphone, marimba, drums, and piano with his father, a teacher and amateur musician. Focusing on classical music in his youth, Wolf attended the Peabody Preparatory School, during which time he also took lessons with former Baltimore Symphony Orchestra member Leo LePage.

It wasn't until his teens, while attending the Baltimore School for the Arts, that Wolf became increasingly interested in jazz. After high school, he earned his undergraduate music degree at Berklee College of Music in Boston, studying privately with vibraphonist Dave Samuels. Also during his time at Berklee, Wolf befriended trumpeter, classmate, and future collaborator Jeremy Pelt. Pelt introduced the vibraphonist to other fellow Berklee notables, including Kendrick Scott, Walter Smith III, and trumpeter Jason Palmer, with whom Wolf would co-lead a band at local club Wally's for most of his time in Boston.


After graduating in 2001, Wolf continued to gig around Boston, while also working as a percussion instructor at Berklee. In 2005 he returned to Baltimore, where he quickly established himself as an in-demand performer and bandleader. As a sideman, Wolf has performed and/or recorded with such luminaries as Bobby Watson, Christian McBride, Wynton Marsalis, Christian Scott, Robert Glasper, Esperanza Spalding, and others.


As a solo artist, Wolf made his debut in 2005 with the independently produced effort Incredible Jazz Vibes. He then signed with Mack Avenue Records and released his sophomore album, 2011's Warren Wolf. Two years later he returned with the quartet album Wolfgang, featuring appearances from pianist Benny Green, bassist McBride, and others. In 2016 Wolf released Convergence, featuring McBride, drummer Jeff "Tain" Watts, and pianist Brad Mehldau, as well as a guest appearance by guitarist John Scofield





“Charenee Wade has proven that she possesses courageous talent, and is a singer whose time has come. Choosing to interpret this material was not an easy route, but in the true spirit of a jazz improviser, she absolutely made these songs her own.” All About Jazz, (James Nadal), June 14, 2015


“A triumph of emotional empathy, intelligence and assured technique.”                                                         -The Guardian, (John Fordham), July 2, 2015


First Runner-Up in the 2010 Thelonious Monk International Vocal Competition, Charenee Wade is a notable singer, composer, arranger and educator who received her degree from the Manhattan School of Music. Her accolades include Betty Carter’s Jazz Ahead Program where she performed her original music at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC; being one of the talented four chosen for the Dianne Reeves Young Artist Workshop at Carnegie Hall; 1st Runner-Up in the Jazzmobile Vocal Competition; and being selected for the JAS Academy Summer Sessions, 2007-09, directed by Christian McBride.


Charenee is currently a professor at the Aaron Copland School of Music, City College, and with the Jazzmobile Workshop program. She teaches various workshops and clinics and was an esteemed judge for the 2010 Jazzmobile Vocal Competition, alongside Dr. Billy Taylor and Grady Tate. Charenee performs internationally and graces the stages of the Jazz Gallery, Jazz at Lincoln Center's Dizzy Coca Cola's, the legendary Smalls and the Zinc Bar in NYC. Her debut CD, Love Walked In was released in July 2010 and her second CD Offering: The Music of Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson have both been highly acclaimed.








Saturday, September 23rd, 2017

Christie Dashiell Quartet "Time All Mine" CD tour - 8:00 PM
6004 Hollins Ave
Baltimore, MD 21210
410-952-4528 [map]
Price: $38 general/$18 students

Christie Dashiell Quartet "Time All Mine" CD tour

Born in Washington, D.C. and raised in Greenville, NC, contemporary jazz vocalist Christie N. Dashiell returned to hone her skills at Howard University and, later, The Manhattan School of Music. Dashiell's history includes performances with Howard’s premiere vocal jazz ensemble, Afro-Blue. She has also performed at the Kennedy Center as a part of the 2010 Betty Carter's Jazz Ahead residency program and Lincoln Theater in Washington, D.C. She is the recipient of Downbeat magazine’s Best College Graduate Jazz Vocalist and Outstanding Soloist awards in the jazz vocal category. Most recently, Dashiell appeared on season three of NBC's “The Sing-Off,” as a member of Afro-Blue and performs with the group, now known as Traces of Blue.

Dashiell can be heard on several nationally released recordings including, John Blake's Motherless Child,The Jolley Brothers' Memoirs Between Brothers and as a Kennedy Center Discovery Artist on NPR’s “JazzSet” with Dee Dee Bridgewater. She has been seen in concert with Esperanza Spalding, Fred Hammond, Smokey Robinson, Geri Allen and Allan Harris.

A semifinalist in the Thelonious Monk Institute’s International Jazz Vocalist Competition, Dashiell has completed a residency at Bohemian Caverns, a major-label compilation, and channeled Sarah Vaughan in the Kennedy Center’s production of Sarah Vaughan and Clifford Brown Reimagined.  

Her program tonight celebrates the release of her debut album, Time All Mine—spanning from arrangements of popular songs to inventive and cutting edge originals, her album is sure to be an instant classic.

Tickets and band details to be posted soon.


Christie singing Skylark with Sine Qua Non



Saturday, October 14th, 2017

Michel Nirenberg Quartet at Jazzway 6004 - 8:00 PM
6004 Hollins Ave
Baltimore, MD 21210
410-952-4528 [map]
Price: $38.00/General-$18.00/Students

Saxophonist and composer Michel Nirenberg is building bridges between the classical, samba and choro music he grew up playing in Brazil and the jazz music he explored more deeply in the United States.

His compositions celebrate and build on the common roots found in the music of both hemispheres  - a place where African and European influences combine to create a rich and inviting sound.

We'll be posting more details and tickets soon!

Saturday, November 11th, 2017

The George Colligan Trio
The George Colligan Trio - 8:00 PM
6004 Hollins Ave
Baltimore, MD 21210
410-952-4528 [map]
Price: $38.00/General-$18.00/Students

Details and tickets to be posted soon!

Saturday, December 9th, 2017

The Jazzway Holiday Show with Sharon Clark and her trio - The Jazzway Holiday Show with Sharon Clark and her trio
6004 Hollins Ave
Baltimore, MD 21210
410-952-4528 [map]
Price: $38.00/General-$18.00/Students


The Jazzway Holiday Show with Sharon Clark and her trio


Details and tickets will be posted soon!



"Ms. Clarks sound evokes not [Billie] Holiday but Drather a less operatic Sarah Vaughan fused with the more animated side of Shirley Horn, a singer who also liked to take her time. Ms. Clarks voice is rich, her phrasing unfussy, her jazz embellishments minimal. -- Stephen Holden, New York Times




Like [Sarah Vaughan], her natural sound is almost operatic in its richness, but pure jazz in its improvisational sassiness. But when she brings her remarkable instrument to bear on those pop hits of the post-nuclear age, which she clearly loves, she creates something new and amazing. . . .


All of which begs an additional question: Why has Sharn Clark been so overlooked, particularly in New York, for all this time? That is surely going to change." Will Friedwald, Wall Street Journal


"A revelation . . . I never thought I'd hear a singer with the range, musicality and command of tone and timbre that was Sarah at her best, but now I have." JazzTimes



 Washington, D.C. standout Sharón Clark has brought festival and concert audiences to their feet across the U.S. and Europe. Her New York run drew raves from the NY Times and the Wall Street Journal, and she won New York’s Bistro Award for Best Vocalist.


Ms. Clark has made multiple international tours in recent years, making her debut in Israel and returning to Russia, where she has developed a major following. Her most recent release, “Do it Again — My Tribute to Shirley Horn,” is on its third printing, and she grabs top honors wherever she goes.


Ms. Clark won the Gold Medal and $10,000 top prize at the Savannah Music Festival's American Traditions Competition. She then took first place in the Billie Holiday Vocal Competition, which offers a $2,500 prize along with a featured appearance with the Baltimore Symphony.


Ms. Clark appears regularly in DC at Blues Alley and Loews Madison Hotel. A featured soloist with the Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra, the Richmond Symphony, and the Baltimore Symphony, Clark has headlined the Duke Ellington Jazz Festival, the Cape May Jazz Festival and the Savannah Music Festival. Both the Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra and The Ludacris Foundation chose Ms. Clark to perform for their separate tributes to Quincy Jones.






Upcoming Events

  • 06/24/2017
    The Jazzway 10th Anniversary Show - Warren Wolf with guest Charenee Wade - Baltimore, MD
  • 09/23/2017
    Christie Dashiell Quartet - Baltimore, MD
  • 10/14/2017
    Michel Nirenberg Quartet at Jazzway 6004 - Baltimore, MD
  • 11/11/2017
    The George Colligan Trio - Baltimore, MD
  • 12/09/2017
    The Jazzway Holiday Show with Sharon Clark and her trio - Baltimore, MD

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