Latest Releases

Cover of the album untitled Lean
Lean, a new collaborative trio with Allison Miller and Simon Jermyn. Available as CD, download and 96/24 download.
Cover of Jerome's latest CD untitled The Turn
The Turn’s second pressing as a double album on vinyl, cut by Doug Sax, pressed at QRP, exactly like the first pressing. Limited to 500 copies. Secure your copy now! Includes uncompressed download.

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Upcoming Gigs

11.19.2017 @ 9:00 PM

Grassroots Jazz Effort with Adam Kolker, Jeremy Stratton and George Schuller. Every Sunday, no cover!

11.25.2017 @ 7:30 PM

The Bar Next Door with Doug Weiss and Jochen Rueckert

12.06.2017 @ 7:30 PM

Sabbagh/Tuohey Group with Orlando Le Fleming and Johnathan Blake at Smalls

12.09.2017 @ 8:00 PM

Jerome Sabbagh/Peter Bernstein/Ben Wolfe at Giovanni’s House in Harlem

12.17.2017 @ 8:00 PM

Jochen Rueckert Quartet, with Gilad Hekselman and Matt Penman, at Nublu

01.18.2018 @ 8:30 PM

Duet with Danny Grissett at Mezzrow

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“I feel very much connected to the tradition of jazz and to the lineage of the tenor saxophone…”
“I am not that concerned about style, I am much more concerned with trying to really be connected with everything I play…”
“WBGO's Josh Jackson talks to saxophonist Jerome Sabbagh about his new trio recording, I Will Follow You
“I think of my playing first and foremost as an element of the musical situation I am in. What matters most to me is how the music sounds as a whole, not how good my solo is. That said, I hope I am able to let go more and more...”
Interview with Marc Zisman about Pogo
“I listen to lots of different things...”
Listen Up questionnaire in All About Jazz New York
“"I try to play saxophone like a singer.”
interview with Jean-Luc Caradec in La Terrasse (in French)
“Saxophonist Jerome Sabbagh has been living in New York. He works with many bands and now leads a quartet with which he recently recorded a beautiful album, North.”
Interview with Denis-Constant Martin in Politis (in French)
“Saxophonist and composer Jerome Sabbagh is performing in Lebanon for two weeks. His music reflects many influences, a likely consequence of his rich personality and diverse background...”
Interview with Al Saffir (in Arabic)