w. The Curtis Brothers “Algorithim” Project

In 2001 Donald Harrison gave the Curtis Brothers their start, touring in Germany, Spain and around the U.S. After graduating from college they started their work with drummer Ralph Peterson in various bands and configurations. Soon after moving to NYC, the Curtis Brothers began recording and working in trumpeter Brian Lynch’s Jazz and Latin Jazz bands. In 2011, the Curtis Bothers released “Completion of Proof,” their first record with this band which was reviewed favorably in Jazz Times, Downbeat, Lucid Culture, New York Jazz Record and the New York Times. Seven years later, the band is making its Boston debut at Scullers, spinning a fresh take on it’s familiar Modern Hard-Bop sound with all-new music.

Jazz music is in a constant growth pattern of new ideas, and new techniques, that require new energy and passion. It needn’t be genre defining, but vital, expressed deeply, in a soulful way. The Curtis Brothers are extending established traditions.” – Paul Rauch/allaboutjazz.com March 2017

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 $55.

Dinner and Show Package customers’ show tickets can be picked up at the Boathouse 400 restaurant while dining.

*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 $55 credit will be applied toward restaurant charges.  Packages and tickets are non-refundable.