Benny Benack, III & his Quintet Featuring Anais Reno

Sat, Jul 24, 2021

Benny Benack, III & his Quintet Featuring Anais Reno

At the age of 26, Pittsburgh-born, New York-based Jazz musician Benny Benack III has been hailed by Nate Chinen of the New York Times as “a charismatic young trumpeter who maintains an earnest sideline as a singer". As a dual-threat, he’s quickly established himself as one of the most versatile and virtuosic voices of his generation. He first made his mark internationally through competitions, highlighted by winning the Carmine Caruso International Jazz Trumpet Soloist Competition (2011), and being a Finalist for the prestigious Thelonius Monk International Jazz Competition (2014). After placing in a number of US vocal competitions as well (Gentleman Sing, Mid-Atlantic Jazz Festival), the stage was set for his bright career.

Trumpeter/Vocalist Benny Benack, III & his Quintet featuring Special guest, Vocalist, Anais Reno

DINNER & SHOW AVAILABLE (Max of 4 tickets per order, limited seating) $75 per person includes 3 course dinner & show. Beverages, tip & tax not included. Arrival times for 8pm show are 7pm & 7:30, Arrival times for 10pm show are 9:30 & 9:45. All tickets are Premium Seating!

Streaming available Pay-as-You-Wish via PayPal.me/PhillyJazz or Venmo: @ChrisJazz-Café

Watch the online show here: Benny.Benack_Anais.Reno



At the age of 26, Pittsburgh-born, New York-based Jazz musician Benny Benack III has been hailed by Nate Chinen of the New York Times as “a charismatic young trumpeter who maintains an earnest sideline as a singer". As a dual-threat, he’s quickly established himself as one of the most versatile and virtuosic voices of his generation. He first made his mark internationally through competitions, highlighted by winning the Carmine Caruso International Jazz Trumpet Soloist Competition (2011), and being a Finalist for the prestigious Thelonius Monk International Jazz Competition (2014). After placing in a number of US vocal competitions as well (Gentleman Sing, Mid-Atlantic Jazz Festival), the stage was set for his bright career.