A Very Special Evening 

Jazzman Hugh Brodie © Joe DiMaggio

A once in a lifetime opportunity, to photograph the great jazzman Hugh Brodie and the Cosmic Ensemble, with Internationally, known Photographer/filmmaker and instructor Joe DiMaggio.  Workshop includes

special instruction, prior to concert on photographing musicians, low light photography, & shooting the environmental portrait. Venue will be at The Falcon in Marlboro New York.

Musician Hugh Brodie has played all over the world and is entering his seventh decade as an artist and musician. You really don’t want to miss this opportunity to get up-close and personal with the wonderful and

super cool Hugh Brodie & his band. 


This workshop will be limited to 10 students. Fee is $99 a person & Included in the price of the Photographic Workshop, a portion of the fee will be contributed to Hugh Brodie and his band.

Please note, a generous tip to the band in addition, would be in order.


Workshop starts at – 4:45PM photo instruction and class will be over dinner (Please note dinner which starts at 5PM is not included with price of workshop) Opening act starts at

7PM and Headliner is at 8PM


 07/02 - Saturday :: Hugh Brodie & The Cosmic Ensemble


Website: www.HughBrodie.com

One player who gets right down to the true nitty gritty when it comes to playing the saxophone is Monticello, New York resident Hugh Brodie. Here's an artist who coaxes every ounce of emotion from his instrument as only a true jazz player can. He is spiritual beyond words when it comes to his approach to his craft. Even in very brief conversation, Brodie emerges as a courteous and affable gentleman. He is "cool" in the context of the old-school jazzmen who know their stuff like the artisans of another time - the carpenter who can almost taste the sawdust and who accurately senses that this is the project that will ends of being his work of art; or the gourmet cook, who no more needs the aid of a printed recipe than a skilled race car driver needs a road map.

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