- Presented by: CU Music
- Venue: Grusin Music Hall
- Imig Music Building, 1020 18th St, Boulder, CO 80302
The Thompson Jazz Studies Program presents big band repertoire in a variety of styles featuring ensemble playing and improvisation from the best jazz musicians at the College of Music.
Performance date and time:
Thursday, Nov. 7, 7:30 p.m.
Billy Strayhorn: “Boo Dah”; Henry Mancini (arr. Annie Booth): “Moon River”; Eric Richards: “Samba for Sensei”; Thad Jones: “Tip Toe”; David Bernot: “To Kill The Beast”; Jimi Hendrix (arr. Jim McNeely): “Up From the Skies”; Maria Schnieder: “Hang Gliding”; Richard Rogers (arr. Brian Woodbury): “Have You Met Miss Jones”; John Hollenbeck: “A Blessing”; John Fedchock: “Blues for Red”
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