October 10: Superstition Jazz Orchestra – Footprints – Celebrating the music of Wayne Shorter

CLICK HERE for tickets Footprints – Celebrating the music of Wayne Shorter On Wednesday, October 10, the Superstition Jazz Orchestra will present “Footprints,” an evening of the music of Wayne Shorter in the form of new big band arrangements by composer and multi- instrumentalist, Mike Crotty. Each arrangement, unique in its own right, maintains the […]

May 19: The Crotty & O’Neill Sextet

7:30 PM CLICK HERE for tickets The Rhythms of the Night: Latin Jazz Meets the American Song Featuring The Crotty and O’Neill Sextet With Mike Crotty-saxophones, flutes and trumpet, Deater O’Neill-vocals, Beth Lederman-piano, Mike King-bass, Emerson Laffey-drums, Joe Garcia-percussion Musicians and audiences alike have embraced Latin rhythms in jazz since the early 20th century. By […]

April 25: Superstition Jazz Orchestra

7:30 PM CLICK HERE for tickets Join The Superstition Jazz Orchestra as it salutes its founder, Milas Yoes, in a grand evening of jazz, featuring music from the pens of Wayne Shorter, Kenny Wheeler, Jimmy Van Heusen, Bronislau Kaper, Mike Crotty, Johnny Mandel, J. Fred Coots, Harold Danko, Mike Smukal and Michael Collins. Superstition Jazz […]

December 2: Mike Crotty & Deater O’Neill Sextet – “Have Yourself a Jazzy Little Christmas”

7:30 PM Admission: $15, $12 Seniors, $10 Students (25 & Under w/ ID), Youth under 12 free CLICK HERE for tickets Deater O’Neill-vocals Mike Crotty-trumpet, saxophones and flutes, Beth Lederman-piano, Dwight Kilian-bass, Dom Moio-drums, Brett Reed-vibes “Have Yourself A Jazzy Little Christmas” – A holiday concert full of fun for everyone and Special Collection for “Toys […]

November 22: Superstition Jazz Orchestra

7:30 PM Admission: $15, $5 Students (25 & Under w/ ID) CLICK HERE for tickets Don’t miss this show, featuring The Superstition Jazz Orchestra’s “Greatest Hits”! Superstition Jazz Orchestra, based at Phoenix College and under the direction of Milas Yoes, is a group of professional and community jazz musicians.

October 11: Superstition Jazz Orchestra – A Dizzy Gillespie 100th Birthday Celebration

7:30 PM Admission: $15, $5 Students (25 & Under w/ ID) CLICK HERE for tickets The Superstition Jazz Orchestra directed by Mike Crotty with special guests, percussionist Joe Garcia and singer, Deater O’Neill No name blazes more brightly in the firmament of jazz than that of John Birks “Dizzy” Gillespie. An American trumpet virtuoso and improviser, […]

September 23: Mike Crotty & Deater O’Neill Quintet

7:30 PM Admission: $20, $10 Students (25 & Under w/ ID) CLICK HERE for advance tickets The American+ Songbook: Second Edition. . . .How Sweet It Is!” The Crotty & O’Neill Quintet with Deater O’Neill – vocals, Mike Crotty – trumpet, saxophones, flutes, Beth Lederman – piano, Dwight Kilian – bass, Dom Moio – drums On […]

May 20: Chris Dolske/Mike Crotty Quintet – The Music of Tom Harrell

7:30 PM Admission: $20, $10 Students (25 & Under w/ ID) CLICK HERE for advance tickets Celebrating the music of Tom Harrell – Chris Dolske/Mike Crotty Quintet perform music of one of the great trumpet legends in contemporary jazz. “ON SATURDAY, MAY 20TH, the Mike Crotty – Chris Dolske Quintet will present an evening of original […]

May 17: Superstition Jazz Orchestra

7:30 PM Admission: $15, $5 Students (25 & Under w/ ID) CLICK HERE for advance tickets On May 17th at the Nash, Mike Crotty will be conducting the Superstition Jazz Orchestra in an evening of the music of Woody Shaw. The concert will feature new arrangements by Michael Collins, Nick Cooper and Crotty. Superstition Jazz Orchestra, […]

December 3 Have Yourself A Jazzy Little Christmas: Mike Crotty & Deater O’Neill

7:30 PM Admission: $15, $12 Seniors, $10 Students/under 21, Youth under 12 Free CLICK HERE for advance tickets Featuring: Deater O’Neill-vocals, Mike Crotty-trumpet/saxophones and flutes, Russ Schmidt-piano, Dwight Kilian-bass, Ken French-drums, Brett Reed-vibes Composer/arranger Mike Crotty, singer Deater O’Neill and their sextet have put a new twist on the old, familiar Christmas tunes, combining some “special spices” with a bit o’ humor […]