Premiere of Bryan Carter's
"You and I"
Join us for the premier screening of Bryan Carter’s “You and I,” including a discussion moderated by Lux Pascal and reception to follow. Proudly supported by Brooklyn Best, Three Strikes Inc., and Red Bull.
“You and I” is a semi-autobiographical coming of age that follows musician Bryan Carter as he navigates meeting the girl of his dreams, and falling in love with his best friend. The story is told in three music videos with several interludes featuring short vignettes containing dialogue.
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ABOUT BRYAN CARTER
With a confidence reflecting an instrumental and compositional maturity that both belie his age and announce the arrival of a remarkable talent, Bryan Carter exudes what promises a highly successful career.
Shortly after completing his training at The Juilliard School, Carter has already played with legendary artists including McCoy Tyner, Wynton Marsalis, Marcus Roberts, Kenny Barron, Michael Feinstein and Kurt Elling.
When Bryan isn’t working in the worlds of film, television and broadway he can be found touring the world with his band, “Bryan Carter & The Swangers” or its larger counterpart, “The Swangers Orchestra”. Bryan served as the drummer for NBC’S “Maya & Marty” and most recently, the classic television program, “Sesame Street”. Bryan most recently served as co-orchestrator for Broadway’s “Some Like It Hot”—a new musical comedy, based on the classic MGM film, with music by Marc Shaiman.
Bryan’s new album “I Believe”, is available via Bandstand Presents and La Reserve Records.
ABOUT BANDSTAND PRESENTS
Evolving from a single quarantine project (“Off The Bandstand”), Bandstand Presents is an Austin-based production company, committed to the inclusivity, visibility, and collaboration of jazz scenes across the nation.
Founded by vocalist, bandleader, lyricist, and producer, Christian Wiggs, and producer Kirk Word, Bandstand highlights not only the brilliant talents and contributions of these jazz musicians, but celebrates the personalities that are integral to the art they create.
Wednesday, August 17, 2022
7 p.m. ET
The Center, Room 301
208 W 13 St
New York, NY 10011