Thursday, Feb 02, 2017 7:00p -
524 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02139
< 21, Alcohol, Date Idea, Food, Music, Nightlife, Performing Arts
Maxim Lubarsky, piano
Keala Kaumeheiwa, acoustic bass
Bertram Lehmann, drums
We have structured our jazz spot and restaurant on the supper club model. Eating and drinking is how you help us to maintain our weekly offering of Boston's premier jazz artists! Bon Appétit!
ABOUT THELONIOUS MONKFISH:
We're passionate about ethnic flavors & jazz, and so we’ve branded our unique take on sushi & Asian specialties: Thelonious Monkfish. Nothing warms the palate like an explosion of flavor or the heart like a burst of song! Chef Ginger loves to jam on Asian culinary themes! Her menu reflects both gustatory tradition and a sense of play and innovation.
Live jazz, sushi, and our personal interpretation of Japanese, Thai, Chinese + Vietnamese cuisines are the mediums through which we hope to disperse kindness + loving service. Nestled in Central Square between MIT and Harvard University, we serve Cambridge + Boston's hungry students, professors, professionals, tourists + business people. Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings, Boston's top jazz performers create a cool vibe on our Jazz Baroness Room stage–one of the many ways we aim to enhance your dining experience!
ABOUT MAXIM LUBARSKY
A native of Odessa Ukraine, Maxim Lubarsky is a virtuoso at the piano. Maxim was originally trained as a classical pianist at Stolyarsky school of Music and Odessa State Conservatory. Already in school he has developed a passion for jazz and received a scholarship to come to Berklee College of Music to further his studies. Maxim has won numerous competitions and has received several awards. Since moving to the US, Maxim has performed and recorded with numerous renown musicians such as Steeve Gett, Abraham Laboriel, Gabrielle Goodman, Rhiannon, Patrice Rushen, Greg Osby, Dave Samuels, Terri Lynn Carrington and participated in Bean-Town Jazz Festival, Cambridge Music Festival, ArtsNaples World Festival, Diacetum Festival (Italy), Usadba Jazz Festival (Russia) to name a few. Maximhas become a yearly performer at the Spoleto festival in Charleston, S. Carolina where in 2009. He was invited to perform Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” with festival Symphony Orchestra. He continues a vivid performing and recording career, leading Maxim Lubarsky Group and working on several other projects with musicians from around the world.
As an educator, Maxim holds the position of Assistant Professor at the Piano Department of Berklee College of Music.
To learn more about Maxim Lubarsky visit www.maximlubarsky.com