CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. – The Daniel Lauter Quartet will be returning to Chappaqua Station early next month to play a fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity.
The quartet played a “especially cookin’” show at the café on Oct. 22, bringing its unique style of jazz, melodic, super rhythmic and soulful music to the people, according to a statement from the band.
The quartet, which plays all original songs, is composed of Lauter on saxophone, Seth Moutal on percussion, Lee Marvin on bass and Charles Blenzig on keyboards.
Donna Soszynski, a spokeswoman for the quartet, said the energy the musicians put out during every performance is “really cool to watch.”
“The quartet actually played all together for the first time that Oct. 22 evening and they sounded effortlessly in sync,” Soszynski said.
The Daniel Lauter Quartet is scheduled to perform again at Chappaqua Station as part of the café’s nearly week-long fundraiser to aid Habitat for Humanity, which has plans to construct four new homes in New Castle, Soszynski said.
Lauter and the band are set to play from 7-10 p.m. on Dec. 3. For more information, visit Chappaqua Station online .