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George Winstone Quartet

October 1, 2021



The music tonight will be George’s own compositions written over the last few years, including material to be released on an upcoming album. The music is a combination of contemporary straight ahead with strong classical music influences coloring the sound.

Composers like Rachmaninov and Scriabin’s influence are felt. Meanwhile the rhythmic roots of the music are undoubtedly from the Black American musical tradition.

George’s aspiration for the music is to be strongly emotional, creative, and spiritual. Expect virtuosic intensity from all band members.


George Winstone – Saxophones

Jon Elbaz – Piano

Nick Jozwiak – Bass

Kayvon Gordon – Drums


Audience members must show proof of vaccination upon arrival. If you plan on attending this event in person, please read the “audience notes” tab below. Video on Demand will be available for three days after the show. Tickets are non-refundable.


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About George Winstone

George Winstone is a New York City based Saxophonist, Composer and Pianist, lauded amongst audiences and peers as having unparalleled technique, with the mind and artistic sensitivity to match. His music is firmly rooted in both Black American Music and Classical Music. 


“Winstone is undoubtedly a future star in the making”. – allaboutjazz.com


In the UK, where George is from, he has worked with and played alongside celebrated jazz artists such as Jacob Collier, Jamie Murray, Charlie Stacey, Gareth Lockrane, James Maddren and Ivo Neame. George moved to the Unites States in 2019 after his playing caught the attention of internationally celebrated guitarist Ben Monder. 


“Just Beautiful playing my friend…keep the music fires burning bright! – Chick Corea


George’s debut EP ‘Outer Spaces’, released in 2018 with Charlie Stacey (piano), Mikele Montolli (bass) and Jamie Murray (drums) is available for listening on all major streaming platforms, and available for purchase on the iTunes store and Bandcamp.

George is currently writing music for a new album to be released 2022.

About Jon Elbaz

Pianist  and  Composer  Jon  Elbaz  grew  up  in  New  Jersey and  now  lives  in  NYC. A  dedicated  student  of  music,  Jon is  known  for  his relentless study of the repertoire of the past, as  well as his  personal  approach  to  composition. 

 In  his brief  time  in  New  York  he  has  had  the  opportunity  to hone his  personal  concept  with  a  biweekly  late  set at  Smalls Jazz  Club  in  Greenwich  Village. He has also developed his  collaborative skill as a sideman  at  such  clubs  as  Dizzy’s, Smoke,  Fat  Cat, among many. 

 Since  living  in  the  city  he  has  worked  with Frank Lacy, Don  Hahn,  Abraham Burton, Bill Saxton, Philip Harper, Aaron  Burnett,  Greg Glassman,  Stacy  Dillard,  Alexi  David,  and  others. Jon  seek to  cntinue  bringing  joy  to  people  through  music  and pursuing  truth  through  sound.

About Nick Jozwiak

Nicholas Jozwiak (@___NickJoz) is a multi-instrumentalist residing in Brooklyn, NY and performing in a variety of musical genres. He works regularly with Peter Evans’ Being&Becoming, Aaron Burnett’s Big Machine, Uncivilized, Stefa*, and Sarah Bernstein’s VEER Quartet, and has recently appeared in concert at the Cologne Jazz Week. 

Jozwiak has released several solo and ensemble albums and produces ambient electro-acoustic music under the moniker Empathogen. 

About Kayvon Gordon

Kayvon Gordon was born and raised in Detroit. At a young age, he was taken under the mentorship of legendary trumpeter Marcus Belgrave. 

Later, he went on to study at the University of Michigan. Gordon has performed In Europe, Africa, South Asia, The United Arab Emirates, and North America. He has also had the honor of sharing the stage with Marcus Belgrave, Joe Lovano, Johnny O’Neal, Robert Hurst, Rodney Whitaker, Ravi Coltrane, Sullivan Fortner, and Wynton Marsalis, to name a few.

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