- Premium Front Row Seating (Tables 12,13,14) -
- Premium Front Row Seating WITH Dinner (Tables 11 & 15)
- Dinner and Show Packages (Tables 21 & 25, 31 - 35)
- Reserved Seatimg (Tables 22, CY23, 24 & 41 - 45)
- General Admission: Main Floor GA, Miles Davis Mezzanine)
- Seated by Host/Hostess: John Coltrane Section
- Premium Front Row Mezzanine Level Seating without Dinner (Tables 101 - 103)
All GA sections (Main Floor GA, John Coltrane Seating, Miles Davis Mezzanine) will be seated by host and are first come, first served (other than where a reserved sign is posted to table). If you require special seating, please call the venue for accomodations no later than 48 hours prior to show date.
Between 1981 and 1985 Cyrus attended the Berklee College of Music in Boston, where he was awarded the Eubie Blake Fellowship in 1982, the Oscar Peterson Scholarship in 1983 and the Quincy Jones Scholarship in 1984, later graduating with a degree in Jazz composition and arranging. He began his professional career working with John Hendricks (1986-88), Terence Blanchard and Donald Harrison (1988-1990), and Wynton Marsalis (1991). In September 1991 he became Betty Carter's pianist, staying with her until 1993. During this early years he also worked occasionally with Freddie Hubbard, Branford Marsalis, Larry Coryell, Courtney Pine, Chico Freeman, George Adams, Michael Carvin, Chick Corea, Joe Williams and Dizzy Gillespie.
"It may seem selfish to admit it, but jazz pianist Cyrus Chestnut’s two 50-minute sets at the Kahilu Theatre last Saturday night weren’t long enough for many of us in the crowd. The Waimea audience was so attentive and respectful they let Chestnut’s diminishing notes fade into complete silence before unleashing loud cheers and applause."- Steve Roby-bigislandmusic.net
(photo by John Abbott)
Scullers Jazz Club’s Boathouse 400 restaurant rekindles the magic of the great supper clubs with our Dinner and Show Package that enlivens all of the senses. The 3 course menu features a diverse selection of appetizers, entrees, desserts and one glass of house wine, beer or non-alcoholic beverage. For a nominal fee, guests can upgrade their beverage selection. The menu changes seasonally to ensure only the freshest ingredients are used! Add the dinner to your show ticket purchase for only $50.
**All Dinner and Show Package prices do not reflect applicable taxes, gratuity or additional beverages. For your convenience an 18% server gratuity and 7.00% state & local tax will be added to your check and a $50 credit will be applied toward restaurant charges.
Packages and tickets are non-refundable.
Dinner and show package customers can pick up their tickets at the Boathouse 400 Restaurant while dining.