Tuesday, October 29, 2013


An Evening Featuring the Music of American Jazz Legends
Christine Ebersole, Tony Winning Actress, Joins All-Star Musicians

WHEN: Sat., November 9, at 8 PM
The Axelrod PAC is located at 100 Grant Ave. Deal Park
Box Office: 732.858.8106
Tickets can be purchased online at

Featuring Art Topilow and the Axelrod Jazz All-Stars with special guest Aaron Weinstein, a renowned Jazz violist, Christine Ebersole, one of the truly great voices of Broadway and Jazz, joins these incredible musicians for what will be a memorable evening!

CHRISTINE EBERSOLE won Tony Awards for her roles in GREY GARDENS and 42nd St. She has enchanted audiences throughout her performing career, from the Broadway stage to television series' and specials, film, concert appearances and recordings. In concert, Christine has appeared in concert at Carnegie Hall with The San Francisco Symphony (PBS Special), multiple concerts with The Boston Pops, multiple appearances at The Kennedy Center Honors, a 2009 solo concert at The Kennedy Center and in virtually every city across the country. In television, Christine has appeared in "Boston Legal," "Law and Order, SVU," USA's "Royal Pains," "Lipstick Jungle," "Cashmere Mafia," "Will and Grace" and ABC's "Samantha Who." She has appeared on "The Today Show", "The View" and "The Colbert Report."In film, Christine was featured in "Confessions of a Shopaholic," "Tootsie," "Black Sheep," Amadeus," "Dead Again," "My Favorite Martian," My Girl II," "Folks!" "and "Richie Rich."                  

DR. ART TOPILOW, Piano, has performed with Jazz legend Dick Hyman at the Axelrod Performing Arts Center and with Broadway Stars including Bernadette Peters. His groups in the past have featured such jazz notables as Ken Peplowski, Ed Polcer, Randy Sanke, James Chirillo, and Warren Vache. He has performed with the Red Bank Jazz Orchestra toured Italy with his brother Carl Topilow, conductor of the Cleveland Pops.


Named a "rising star violinist" by Downbeat Magazine, AARON WEINSTEIN is quickly  earning a reputation as one of the finest jazz violinists of his generation.  As a featured soloist, Aaron has performed at Carnegie Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Wolftrap Center for the Performing Arts, Birdland, Blue Note the Iridium, and abroad at jazz festivals in England, France, Switzerland, Iceland, and Israel.   Aaron has performed and recorded with an array of jazz icons including: Les Paul, Bucky Pizzarelli, John Pizzarelli, Dick Hyman, NYPops conductor, Skitch Henderson plus more. 

Howard Alden, Guitar: "He may be the best of his generation," writes Owen Cordle in JazzTimes. George Kanzler of the Newark Star Ledger proclaims that he is "the most impressive and creative member of a new generation of jazz guitarists." And Chip Deffaa of the New York Post observes that he is " of the very finest young guitarists working today."   The remarkable jazz guitarist is one of the best or simply the best.

Jay Leonhart, Bass, has been performing his own songs for decades at festivals and concert halls around the world. From early appearances on David Letterman to features at Carnegie Hall, Jay has been lighting up audiences with his songs about life in the music world and the people he has come to know.

On Site Parking, Handicapped Access, State of the Art Sound and Seating.