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BeanRunner Cafe
Jazz, Blues, Reggae, Acoustic & Classical musicians from NYC & the region

Located in the Artists District in Peekskill, just 45 minutes north of NYC, The BeanRunner Café, is a celebration of food, family, music and art. The menu is eclectic and funky, ranging from humus or Caribbean chicken sandwiches to fruit smoothies and specialty soups and imported desserts. The cafe also serves fine wines and imported beers.

Bring the kid's as there is a menu just for them, including a grilled cheese panini, PB&J, and BLTs.

The Cafe includes a performance stage, art gallery, lounge area, dining room, and outdoor patio. It also has a special Kids Room adjacent to the main dining area.

Featuring major Jazz, Blues, Rock, Reggae, Acoustic and Classical musicians, the BeanRunner has become a gathering place for art & music lovers and for artists and musicians to meet, listen and perform in a casual and comfortable setting. Features have included jazz greats Clifton Anderson, Bertha Hope, Premik Russell Tubbs, Fred Smith, Bertha Hope, Craig Haynes, Hayes Greenfield, Burton Greene, Ed Schuller; Classical Rock Violinist Daisy Jopling; Peter Calo, Rob Morsberger, the Two Guitars and many others. The nights are full of surprise guests who add to the music festivities.

BeanRunner's "Drop in Jazz" audience has included David Amram, opera diva Audry Babcock, Ibrahim Sidiq & Cheryl Wilson (poets), and Marcus Carl Franklin (tap dancer), and others.

For information, call the BeanRunner Café at (914) 737-1701 or e-mail rtedb@optonline.net. The BeanRunner Café is located at 201 S. Division Street @ Esther, Peekskill, NY. Log onto www.beanrunnercafe.com for directions and the BeanRunner menu which is available before and throughout the performance.

The BeanRunner Café is located at 201 S Division Street @ Esther in Peekskill NY. The BeanRunner Café and Gallery hours are: Mon-Thurs, 10 a.m. - 8 p.m., Fri-Sat, 10 a.m. - 11 p.m. & Sun 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. For information, contact Ted Bitter at (914) 737-1701 or email rtedb@optonline.net. Website: www.beanrunnercafe.com

More about BeanRunner Cafe
Food: The menu is eclectic and funky, ranging from humus or Caribbean chicken sandwiches to fruit smoothies and soup and imported desserts, as well as a kid's menu that includes a grilled cheese panini.
Beverages: fine wines and imported beers, as well as an assortment of coffees, teas, smoothies, imported sodas, juices and other beverages.
Capacity: 100

Contact and Location Info

Location:  201 S. Division Street @ Esther
Peekskill, NY
See Map
Website: www.beanrunnercafe.com
Calendar: www.beanrunnercafe.com
Email
Phone: (914) 737-1701
Musician Booking: call Ted Bitter, owner at 914 737 1701

Calendar for BeanRunner Cafe
Friday
September 17
6:00 pm
to
8:00 pm
Eric Puente Jazz Quartet
Jazz, Blues
BeanRunner Cafe
201 S. Division Street @ Esther
Peekskill, NY   See Map
Performing modern and classic jazz standards, this quartet entertains audiences with its improvisation, digging into the deep legacy of American Jazz.

Eric Puente has played and recorded with various artists and in various styles, including big-band, bebop/latin jazz, classical orchestra, and blues/rock/pop/folk. .

Rich Williams has performed with members of Phish, Moe, Twiddle, The Greg Allman Band, Raq, Floodwood, Maceo Parker and Melvin Sparks. He is currently the Band Director at Mahopac High School

Rich Paganello attended the Collective School of Music in NYC and has played with Big Bands and smaller trios throughout the metro area.

John Goldberg ran a music school in Croton for many years, and performs and teaches both Jazz and Classical throughout the tri-state area.

The show will be held outside on Ester Street. In case of rain it will move inside the BeanRunner Cafe. Call for reservations at 914-737-1701.

$20 donation.
Saturday
September 18
6:00 pm
to
8:00 pm
Spin Cycle
Jazz
BeanRunner Cafe
201 S. Division Street @ Esther
Peekskill, NY   See Map
Since 2014, contemporary jazz band Spin Cycle has been bringing their original music to clubs and concert halls across the US and Canada. Co-lead by Scott Neumann (Drums) and Tom Christensen (Tenor and Soprano Sax), the band highlights their flexibility, reach and capacity to surprise their audiences. On any given song, you might encounter the modal influence of John Coltrane, the second-line funk of New Orleans, or the edgy experimentation of free jazz.

Featuring guitarist Pete McCann and bassist Phil Palombi, both bandleaders and well-respected artists in their own right, Spin Cycle has spent the last 7 years touring, recording, and providing educational workshops at colleges. The band’s fourth CD will be released soon on their label, Sound Footing Records.

The show will be held outdoors in front of the BeanRunner Cafe. In case of rain, it will be held inside the cafe. Call 914-737-1701 for reservations.

$20 donation

Photography by Dennis Connors
Sunday
September 19
5:00 pm
to
7:00 pm
A Glimpse of Soul
Jazz, Blues
BeanRunner Cafe
201 S. Division Street @ Esther
Peekskill, NY   See Map
The BeanRunner Cafe welcomes back "A Glimpse of Soul" for their third appearance. This new local band is quickly gaining a following in the Hudson Valley area presenting a volatile mix of classic soul, funk, blues and rock and a sound that makes you want to tap your feet, pound the table and get up and dance.

Fronted by lead vocalist Michael Attanasio, the group draws on music from Al Green, Marvin Gaye, Joe Cocker, Sam & Dave and many more.

The band is Adam Krauss on guitar, Todd Mainey on bass, Peter Ronick on drums, Dan Baitch and Scott Kenyon on keyboards and vocals and Adam Davidson on sax and vocals.

Seating fills quickly. Call for reservations, 914-737-1701.
Friday
September 24
6:00 pm
to
8:00 pm
Peter Calo & Time Machine
Singer-Songwriter
BeanRunner Cafe
201 S. Division Street @ Esther
Peekskill, NY   See Map
"The songs of Time Machine might reflect its author looking back down the long road, but they also embody an era when singer-songwriters penned conversational lyrics with breath between lines and engineers employed no audible tricks. Calo's stories are yours and mine." -- Alix Cohen's review for Cabaret Scenes

The show will be held outside of the BeanRunner Cafe on Ester Street and will be brought inside the cafe in case of rain. Make reservations at 914-737-1701.

$20 donation.
Saturday
September 25
6:00 pm
to
8:00 pm
Esther Street Jazz presents:
with The Mike Boschen Quintet
Jazz
BeanRunner Cafe
201 S. Division Street @ Esther
Peekskill, NY   See Map
Mike Boschen has made a career playing trombone in and around New York City for over 25 years, consistently performing and recording with world class musicians across a multitude of genres.

For this performance at the Beanrunner, he’s bringing along a group of his incredibly creative and versatile friends to celebrate a return to live music with sonic explorations of jazz standards, groove music, and original pieces. The Mike Boschen Quintet includes Mike Boschen on trombone, Marc Phaneuf on saxophone, Jesse Lewis on guitar, Ike Sturm on bass, and Ray Marchica on drums.

The show will be held outside on Esther Street as weather permits. Otherwise, the show will be inside the BeanRunner Cafe. Masks are required inside the cafe until seated. The Cafe can provide masks if needed.

Suggested donation of $20/person which goes directly to the musicians. Musicians' livelihoods have been greatly impacted by COVID 19. We ask that you be generous.

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