Jazz at the Parrish

On the museum’s terrace.

   Tomorrow night the Parrish Art Museum will launch the first in a series of summer jazz concerts aimed at the local business community, whose members can mix and mingle while enjoying live music on the museum’s terrace.
    Jazz en Plein Air, programmed by the East End jazz musician Richie Siegler, the founding director of Escola de Samba BOOM, will take place monthly on Fridays. Tomorrow night’s event will feature Hector Martignon’s Foreign Affair Quartet. Mr. Martignon, who has been twice nominated for a Grammy Award, arranged and performed parts of the score for the movie “Eat, Drink, Man, Woman,” directed by Ang Lee.
    The next Jazz en Plein Air will be held on June 28, followed by performances on July 26 and Aug. 30. Seats will be provided on the terrace, or guests can take beach chairs or blankets to spread out on the lawn.
    The Cafe by Art of Eating will offer food and drinks, including beer, wine, and a vodka cocktail. The events, which run from 5 to 8 p.m., are free with museum admission, $10 for adults, $8 for senior citizens.