07.05.18Big Event at Silvana!

Big news for this summer: James Borowski will be leading his own quartet on THURSDAY JULY 5, 2018 at Silvana in Harlem. The event will feature James\'s own unique brand of composition for jazz bass trombone as well as his own innovative style of improvisation.

Performing with James will be Dave Pollak on saxophone, Phil Palombi on bass and Daniel Silverstein on drums.

The performance will begin at 6:00 p.m. and run until 8:00. There is no cover charge, your generous donations would be appreciated. The event will take place in the downstairs section of the establishment which can be reached by a separate entrance to the left of the restaurant and also from inside the restaurant itself. There is both food (Mediterranean menu) and alcohol served on premises.

Silvana is located at 300 W 116th St, New York, NY 10026. Silvana can be reached easily from the B and C trains at the 116th Street stop. For those who would choose to drive, There is non-metered street parking in this neighborhood. There is also a parking garage located on W. 115th between Frederick Douglass Boulevard.

This is going to be a momentous occasion: it\'s the debut of James\'s small group in NYC! Please make this a part of your long holiday weekend in New York, we hope to see you there!

05.23.14Don't forget about Facebook and Twitter!

Don't forget to check out, "Like," and BOOKMARK James's artist page on Facebook, and be sure to follow him on Twitter @lowcatjb. These are great ways to find out about last-minute gig info and where you can see James play.

James had the following to say about his Facebook page. "I really prefer having my own website overall, but it's a little bit of work to maintain, especially when it comes to the itinerary. I can put big events up there when I know about them in advance, but a musician's life is such that a lot of performance opportunities come up last minute. I very often don't have time to sit down at the computer and add them, but I can update Facebook or Twitter with my smartphone while in transit."