2019 Upcoming Events
July 5 Radio Play: Bobby Sanabria, host of WBGO’s “The Latin Jazz Cruise,” spins Eugene Marlow’s Latinized arrangement of “Hatikva,” the Israeli national anthem, from his 2011 “Fresh Take” album (MEII Enterprises). Recorded by Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble. WBGO is the most listened to jazz radio station in the world.
July 7 Composition: Dr. Eugene Marlow completes work on a 20-minute, seven piece suite for woodwind quintet entitled “Colors.” Of this work, award-winning composer/educator Dr. Alice Anne LeBaron (California Institute of the Arts) stated: “The harmonic choices, the contrapuntal activity, and the rhythmic vitality all conspire to make Colors a memorable piece that I’m sure wind quintets would want to program.”
July 12 Performance: The Heritage Ensemble (trio) provides live music for the Zicklin School of Business Executive MBA Program Graduation reception at the Pierre Hotel (New York City).
July 19 Radio Play: Multi-Grammy nominee Bobby Sanabria, host of WBGO’s “Latin Jazz Cruise” spins “Arco’s Arc” Eugene Marlow’s original composition from his “Obrigado Brasil” (2017) album. WBGO is the most listened to jazz radio station in the world.
August 2 Radio Play: Bobby Sanabria, host of WBGO’s “The Latin Jazz Cruise,” spins Eugene Marlow’s original composition “Enigma” from his “Obrigado Brasil” album (MEII Enterprises 2016). Recorded by Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble. WBGO is the most listened to jazz radio station in the world.
August 28 Dr. Eugene Marlow begins his 63rd semester teaching courses in media and culture at Baruch College (City University of New York).
September 2  CD Digital Release: “The Caverns at Carlsbad”: nine miniatures for trombone quartet composed by Eugene Marlow.
September 5 Dr. Eugene Marlow attends the annual awards ceremony of the MA Program in Arts Administration, Baruch College (City University of New York). At this event the annual Marlow Prize in Arts Administration is presented. The annual “consultancy paper” prize of $500 is funded by Dr. Marlow.  
September 11 Radio Play: Eugene Marlow begins his fourth semester hosting “Jazz: America’s Classical Music,” a one-hour weekly program on WBMB-FM (Baruch College Radio). Plays “Thelonius Monk Quartet with John Coltrane at Carnegie Hall” (Recorded in 1957).
September 12 Performance/Private Event: Eugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble provides music for an event in honor of Department of English (Baruch College, New York City) Professor Saundra Townes who passed away suddenly in spring 2019. Professor Townes loved jazz.
September 15 Performance: Multi-Grammy nominee Bobby Sanabria’s “Multiverse” Big Band performs Eugene Marlow’s bembe arrangement of “Maria” from the 2018 Grammy-nominated “West Side Story Reimagined” album as part of a full performance of the album at the Chicago-based Ravinia Festival. The performance took place at Chicago’s famed Martin Theatre.
September 25 Radio Play: Eugene Marlow hosts “Jazz: America’s Classical Music” on WBMB-FM Baruch College Radio. Plays “Journeys: The Cyrus Chestnut Trio” (2010).
October 5 Performance: Eugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble performs for the fifth year in a row for the Filomen M. D’Agostino Greenberg Music School currently located at the 92nd Street Y.
October 7 Performance: Eugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble (duo) performs for Music That Heals at the New York University Langone Medical Center, New York City.
October 16 Radio Play: Eugene Marlow hosts “Jazz: America’s Classical Music” on WBMB-FM Baruch College Radio. Plays “Jazz Variations: Dick Hyman” (Recorded in 1992).
October 24 Talk: The Departments of English and Journalism at Baruch College celebrate the collaboration between award-winning poet Dr. Grace Schulman (English) and eclectic award-winning author/musician/composer Dr. Eugene Marlow (Journalism) for their collaboration: “Blue In Green: Original Compositions by Eugene Marlow Inspired by the Jazz Poems of Grace Schulman” (MEII Enterprises 2018).
November 17 Performance: Eugene Marlow’s latinized arrangement of “Dreidel, dreidel, dreidel” is performed by Bobby Sanabria and Quarteto Ache at a Children’s concert, part of the James Moody Jazz Festival (sponsored by WBGO). Place: Ahavas Sholom, The Jewish Museum of New Jersey, 145 Broadway, Newark, NJ. FREE CONCERT.
November 29 CD Release: “Lotus Blossom: The Billy Strayhorn Project, The Michael Hashim Quartet” coincident with Strayhorn’s 104th birthday.
December 12 Performance: Eugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble (duo) performs for the Baruch College Department of English Wassail.
December 12 Performance: Three of Eugene Marlow’s original compositions for solo piano–“Three in Three”–performed by Craig Ketter at Marc A. Scorca Hall, National Opera Center (New York City), as part of a concert of new music mounted by the New York Composers Circle. 7:30. $20 contribution suggested.
December 15 Performance: Eugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble performs at Temple Beth-El, Jersey City, New Jersey. 1 p.m.
December 23 Performance: Eugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble (duo) performs for Music That Heals at the New York University Langone Medical Center, New York City. 12:30-2:00 p.m.
2020
January 15 CD Album Release (digital only): Trio Bateira (flute, viola, double bass) releases its first album of original compositions by Eugene Marlow.
January 27 Dr. Eugene Marlow begins his 64th semester teaching courses in media and culture at Baruch College (City University of New York).
February 5 Radio Play: Eugene Marlow begins his fifth semester hosting “Jazz: America’s Classical Music,” a one-hour weekly program on WBMB-FM (Baruch College Radio). 
March 11 Performance: Eugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble performs at Midday Jazz Midtown at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church (at Citicorp). 54th and Lexington Avenue. 1 p.m. $10 donation suggested. 
March 20 Single track CD release (digital only): “Mostly Strings I: Fleur de Neige,” Eugene Marlow’s first string quartet about a resilient flower that survives winter’s blast. Released on the occasion of the 2020 Spring Equinox.
April 27 Single track CD release (digital only): “Quirky,” an original composition by Eugene Marlow written for one of his twin sons, Samuel Josef. Performed by the American Modern Ensemble in concert at Skidmore College. 
May 7 CD Release: On the occasion of Johannes Brahms’ 187th birthday, Pianist Nada releases her latest set of works for solo piano by the renowned composer.
June 2 Single track CD release (digital only): A big band recording of Eugene Marlow’s “The Griot’s Tale.” Dedicated to multi-Grammy nominee Bobby Sanabria.
June 11 CD Album Release (digital only): More Poems from Grace Schulman. Released coincidentally with the beginning of the 2020 HEARNOW Festival, Kansas City, MO
July 22 CD single track release (digital only): “In Their Own Voice, Vol. IX: In A Quiet Moment,” dedicated to multi-instrumentalist Mario Rivera who recorded on Eugene Marlow’s acclaimed “Wonderful Discovery” (2006) album. It was Rivera’s last recording session.
August 3 Talk: Dr. Eugene Marlow gives presentation on “Jazz and Poetry” at the Aspen Composers Conference, Aspen Institute, Aspen, Colorado.
August 15 Single track CD release (digital only): “There’s No Replacing a Man of Wisdom,” Eugene Marlow’s original composition for piano and cello, dedicated to Dr. Emanual Hammer, psychotherapist and friend, born August 15, 1926.
August 26 Dr. Eugene Marlow begins his 65th semester teaching courses in media and culture at Baruch College (City University of New York).
December 10 Performance: Eugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble (duo) performs for the Baruch College Department of English Wassail.

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