Jazz at the Nutley Museum June 9

Jazz at the Museum press release June 2012

The Nutley Historical Society will host “Jazz at the Museum,” an evening of live music with the Elm City All Stars, on Saturday, June 9, 7:30 p.m., at the Nutley Museum, 65 Church Street. Doors open at 7 p.m.

The musical series at the museum is celebrating its fourth season. Domenick Tibaldo is the president of the Nutley Historical Society.

Members of the Elm City All Stars include Nutley resident John  Tomaine on electric guitar; former Nutley residents Dante Guariglia on electric guitar and Michael Gabriele on saxophone and acoustic guitar; Carlstadt resident Harry Lawlor on flute and trumpet; and Daniel Rausch, who resides in New Haven, Conn., (aka “The Elm City”) on acoustic bass. Gabriele is a 1971 graduate of Nutley High School and a former editor of The Nutley Sun.

Musical selections will feature jazz standards, Bossa Nova compositions and rock/blues songs. A “free-will” donation of $7 per person is suggested. The evening includes complementary beverages and snacks. The audience will be cordially invited to tour the museum during intermission.

Visit the Nutley Historical Society for additional information.

The Nutley Museum is located one block west of Franklin Avenue, opposite Franklin Reformed Church.


2012 Events

June 7, 2012: 7-9 P.M.

Annual “I Scream for History” Ice Cream night

and Museum Tour.

June 9, 2012 Saturday evening 7:30 -10 PM

Jazz at the Museum, Concert

featuring Michael Gabriele and band.

(please note new date)


Sunday Oct 14, 2012: 1-3 P.M.

Annual Pumpkin Festival