Murph Aucamp

Jazz trio from Miami, led by drummer/pianist Murphy Aucamp.

$10-$20 suggested donation. Please also bring food or wine to share.

For Trees and Birds

For Trees & Birds is a New York City based Indie Rock and Contemporary Jazz band that blends improvisation and rhythmic structure to create a “choir over groove” aesthetic. They are influenced by a wide range of artists such as Björk, Bill Frisell, Dirty Projectors, The second Miles Davis Quintet (1964-66), Radiohead, and the Bill Evans Trio (LaFaro & Motian). While the band’s sizable repertoire of original music (with a cover tossed in here or there) proves to be eclectic, For Trees & Birds is a group well rooted in jazz and alternative rock. They perform frequently in the New York City area, and have toured in California and Florida.

$20 general admission. Timucua Members, Active Military, Veterans, and College Students save 50%. Please also bring food or wine to share.

Emmet Cohen Trio

Emmet Cohen and friends swing through Timucua one more time! The trio is known for its range and uplifting dynamism, representing Cohen’s “kaleidoscopic sense of musical narrative,” as noted in Downbeat Magazine. Audience members can expect to be treated to a master class in stylistic juxtapositions, including the melding of stride, blues, church, swing, bebop, free, and contemporary styles, resulting in the innovative sound of Jazz’s future. The Trio will also feature selections from Cohen’s latest album releases, “Masters Legacy Series Vol. 1,” which features famed Miles Davis drummer Jimmy Cobb, and “Vol. 2”, showcasing revered acoustic bass pioneer, Ron Carter.

A special exhibition of works by Lisa Mazzoni.

$20 general admission. Timucua Members, Active Military, Veterans, and College Students save 50%. Please also bring food or wine to share.


MARBIN is a progressive jazz-rock band based in Chicago, IL, with a unique story that stands out in today’s music world. With a do-it-yourself approach, Marbin started touring extensively in 2011, bringing their original instrumental music to every part of the United States. Through word of mouth, Marbin has gained tens of thousands of devoted fans all over the world, and has sold tens of thousands of albums. Marbin has released seven albums: Marbin (2009), Breaking the Cycle (2011), Last Chapter of Dreaming (2013), The Third Set (2014), Aggressive Hippies (2015), Goatman and the House of the Dead (2016), and Isreali Jazz (2018). Marbin regularly plays in clubs all over the US and in jam and jazz festivals around the world.

A special exhibition of works by Lisa Mazzoni.

$10-$20 suggested donation. Please also bring food or wine to share.

Jonathan Kreisberg Quartet

Jonathan Kreisberg, guitar

Martin Bejerano, piano

Matt Clohesy, bass

Colin Stranahan, drums

Combining timeless melodicism with forward–thinking lines and textures, the music of Jonathan Kreisberg continues to attract a growing international fan base.   His compositions have been performed by his groundbreaking quartet on five continents.  As a guitarist, his sound and technique has influenced the next generation of players and has arguably contributed to the evolution of the instrument in jazz.   For their show at Timucua, JKQ will perform brand new compositions that combine jazz tradition, instrumental virtuosity, modern soundscapes and influences from every corner of the world and beyond.

$20 general admission. Please also bring food or wine to share.

Scott Dickinson Trio

Trumpeter/Composer Scott Dickinson holds degrees in jazz performance and composition from the University of North Florida, Depaul University, and the University of Miami. As a performer, Scott has had the opportunity to share the stage with major artists such as Michael Feinstein, Larry Coryell, Alphonse Mouzon, and Mason Bates.
Scott also maintains an active career as a composer and arranger. Scott’s pieces have been played by professional ensembles across the country including the Jazz Conceptions Orchestra, Rob Parton’s JazzTECH Big Band, as well as Bob Lark’s DePaul Alumni Big Band.

$5 general admission. Kids and students get in for free. Please do not bring food or wine to this event.

Marty Morell – M&M Latin Jazz Ensemble

M&M Latin Jazz Ensemble from Benoit Glazer on Vimeo.


Marty Morell (drums, percussion, vibes, piano, producer) was a member of the BILL EVANS Trio for seven years. He has performed with the Toronto Symphony, Canadian Opera Company, the Hamilton Philharmonic and the Royal Winnipeg Ballet. He played the Tony award -winning musical “Ragtime”. Following that, he did the revival of “Kiss Me Kate” and “Suessical: the Musical”. He was the drummer with the legendary Duke Ellington Orchestra from 2006-12. Currently, he resides in Tampa, Florida and is the Jazz drum set Professor at the University of Central Florida.

A special exhibition of works by Lynda Kusuma.

$10-$20 suggested donation. Please bring food or wine to share.

Whitney James + La Lucha

Vocalist Whitney James takes her rightful place among today’s great jazz singers with her stunning debut album, The Nature of Love (January 19, 2010, Stir Stick Music). The album’s ambitious program of material includes classics from the Great American Songbook such as Jerome Kern and Ira Gershwin’s “Long Ago and Far Away” and Irving Berlin’s “How Deep Is the Ocean,” as well as challenging jazz tunes such as Benny Golson’s “Whisper Not” and Jimmy Rowles’s “The Peacocks.”  

La Lucha is a Tampa Bay-based trio that consists of three best friends from three different parts of the world; Colombia, Mexico & United States.  Its members are Alejandro Arenas, bass; John O’Leary, piano; and Mark Feinman, drums. Their repertoire is a diverse mixture of Latin-inspired rhythms with Jazz standards, twisted arrangements of pop songs and original compositions.

$10-$20 suggested donation. Please bring food or wine to share.

A special exhibition of works by Jim Preston.

Latin Jazz at Timucua

$20 general admission. Please bring food or wine to share.

Join us for a special Friday night concert featuring Mauricio Rodriguez and Dimas Sanchez, stars of Central Florida’s Latin Jazz scene! They will be joined by special guest pianist Tony Castillo.

Tony Castillo, piano

Mauricio Rodriguez, bass

Dimas Sanchez, percussion

Benjamin Adkins: Time is of the Essence: A Tribute to Michael Brecker featuring Seamus Blake

Tickets are still available at the door for tonight’s show!


Please also bring food or wine to share. 

Twenty years ago, the legendary jazz saxophonist Michael Brecker put out his dynamic recording “Time Is of the Essence” and the jazz world took notice. This fall, North Florida-based drummer Ben Adkins is looking forward to introducing the exciting material to a new generation through a mini-tour of concerts and workshops across the region, with internationally acclaimed saxophonist Seamus Blake in the tenor role.

“Time Is of the Essence” was Michael Brecker’s sixth album as a leader. The nine infectious tunes showcase the band’s awesome versatility, with concise power, blazing solos, and an abundance of drive and intensity. The compositions, including five Brecker originals, ranging from the funky to the haunting to the introspective, with subtle cookers tucked into the mix.

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