The repertoire of a contemporary jazz musician covers a lot of historical ground, from the early compositions of artists like Louis Armstrong to the latest original compositions from today's masters. The members of the Thompson Jazz Studies Program faculty cover much of the same ground in this unique and very personal concert of their favorite songs.
Performance date and time:
Tuesday, Oct. 15, 7:30 p.m.
PROGRAM: Roy Hargrove: “A Day in Vienna”; Pat Metheney: “In Her Family”; Ornette Coleman: “Broken Shadows”; Frank Zappa: “20 Small Cigars”; Paul McKee: “Skid Row” and “Trane’s Birthday”
Featuring John Gunther, saxophone; Paul McKee, trombone; Jeff Jenkins, piano; Dave Corbus, guitar; Bijoux Barbosa, bass; and Paul Romaine, drums
Please note: Due to popular demand for Faculty Tuesdays concerts, we advise arriving early to secure a seat. These concerts are general admission on a first-come-first-served basis. House doors open 30 minutes before concert start. If possible, latecomers are seated at the discretion of the House Manager.
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