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Dallas, Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Etc. Jazz & Other Concerts

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3 hours ago, jlhoots said:

Still there. Some blues, some "Americana", some local heroes. Not much jazz.

I played the first New Mexico (or was it Albuquerque?) Jazz Festival in the old ball park in Madrid. This was 1982, iirc. The "stage" was the empty area in front of the remaining ballpark seats, so it was under cover, not on the field.

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People talk about dead malls, extinct drive-in theaters, etc and such, there's another thing to look at while they still exist - old minor leagus or semi-pro ballparks in small(er/ish) towns across America. There used to be a big bunch of them, what with minopr leagues going all the way down to Class D.

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Anyway, I have no idea what Madrid looks like now, but the first time I drove through it, I didn't know it was coming, and pretty much freaked out hardcore. It felt like finding the Manson family or something like that.

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March 16, 2017: Shelley Carroll, Scat Jazz, Fort Worth

March 19, 2017: Kadri Gopalnath (Indian classical saxophonist), Unity Church of Dallas 

March 19, 2017: Cedric Burnside, Justine's, Austin

March 24, 2017: Cedric Burnside, White Water Tavern, Little Rock, Arkansas

March 30, 2017: Victor Wooten Trio, George's Majestic Lounge, Fayetteville, Arkansas

March 30, 2017: Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials, Antone's, Austin

March 31, 2017: Victor Wooten Trio, Granada Theater, Dallas

April 1, 2017: Victor Wooten Trio, Empire Control Room, Austin

April 1, 2017: Walter Wolfman Washington, Antone's, Austin

April 1, 2017: Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials, Keys Lounge, Fort Worth

April 2, 2017: Victor Wooten Trio, Whatever Fest, Houston

April 3, 2017: Victor Wooten Trio, Will Rogers Theater, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

April 5, 2017: Shelley Carroll, Sammons Center, Dallas

April 8, 2017: Henry Threadgill, Scottish Rite Theater, Austin

April 8, 2017: Purbayan Chatterjee (sitar) and Satyahit Talwalkar (tabla), Allen Public Library

April 9, 2017: Vishwa Mohan Bhatt and Subhen Chatterjee, AISD Performing Arts Center, Austin

April 8-9, 2017: Kenny Neal, Alvin Youngblood Hart, Lil Jimmy Reed, Lazy Lester, James Chicken Scratch Johnson, Larry Garner, Baton Rouge Blues Festival

April 14, 2017: Stanley Clarke, One World Theater, Austin

April 18, 2017: Cyrus Chestnut, Bates Recital Hall, Austin

April 20, 2017: Terence Blanchard, South on Main, Little Rock, Arkansas

April 21, 2017: Jason Moran, Chris Walker, Denardo Coleman,  Discovery Green, Houston

April 21, 2017: Terence Blanchard, University of Texas at Dallas

April 22, 2017: Terence Blanchard, Cullen Theater, Houston

April 23, 2017: Terence Blanchard, Liberty Hall, Tyler

April 23, 2017: Rachella Parks, Main Street Arts Festival, Fort Worth

April 26-27, 2017: Bill Frisell, Continental Club, Austin

April 28, 2017: Dejohnette Coltrane Garrison, Denton Arts and Jazz Festival

April 28, 2017: Mokoomba (Zimbabwe), Joey Alexander Trio, Pedrito Martinez, Astral Project, Trumpet Mafia, Leroy Jones, Jamil Sharif, David L. Harris, Septeto Nacional Ignacio Pineiro, Mr. Sipp, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

April 29, 2017: Jazz Epistles  featuring Abdullah Ibrahim and Ekaya and Hugh Masekela, Kenny Neal, Pedrito Martinez, Delfeayo Marsalis with Uptown Jazz Orchestra,  Septeto Nacional Ignacio Pineiro, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

April 30, 2017: Wessell Warmdaddy Anderson Quartet, Joe Louis Walker, Little Freddie King, Lil Buck Sinegal with Barbara Lynn, Septeto Nacional Ignacio Pineiro, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

May 4, 2017: Eric Gales, Antone's, Austin

May 4, 2017: Lee Konitz Quartet, Cedric Burnside Project, A Salute to Louis Armstrong featuring Hugh Masekela, Pedrito Martinez Rumba Project with Roman Diaz, Charlie Gabriel, Irwin Mayfield, Donald Harrison, Changui Guantanamo, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

May 5,, 2017: Terence Blanchard E-Collective, Jason Marsalis,  Louis Ford, Pedrito Martinez Rumba Project with Roman Diaz, Alvin Youngblood Hart, William Bell, Changui Guantanamo,New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

May 5, 2017: Vijay Iyer, Cullen Theater, Houston

May 5, 2017: Arturo O'Farrill & The Afro-Latin Jazz Octet, Carver Center, San Antonio

May 6, 2017: Lucky Peterson, Antone's, Austin

May 6, 2017: Tejendra Narayan Majumdar, Indrayuddh Majumdar, Gourisankar Karmaker (Sarod Jugalbandi), University Theater, University of Texas at Dallas

May 6, 2017: Kenny Barron Trio, SF Jazz Collective Plays the Music of Miles Davis, Henry Butler, New Orleans Groove Masters (featuring Herlin Riley, Jason Marsalis, and Shannon Powell), Cynthia Sayer, Pedrito Martinez Rumba Project with Roman Diaz, Septeto Santiaguero, Changui Guantanamo, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

May 7, 2017: Chucho Valdes Quintet, Ellis Marsalis, Buddy Guy, Nicholas Payton, Walter Wolfman Washington, Bill Summers, Dayme Arocena, Septeto Santiaguero, Changui Guantanamo, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

May 10, 2017: Branford Marsalis, Dallas City Performance Hall

May 14, 2017: Shri. P Unnikrishnan, Bates Recital Hall, Austin

May 20, 2017: Duwayne Burnside, Antone's, Austin

May 23, 2017: Buddy Guy, Walton Center, Fayetteville, Arkansas

June 7, 2017: Helen Sung, Cezanne, Houston 

June 10, 2017: Nishat Khan and Gourisankar, Bates Recital Hall, Austin

June 16, 2017: Jean Luc Ponty, Granada Theater, Dallas

June 16, 2017: Dr. Lonnie Smith, Norman, Oklahoma

June 17, 2017: Jean Luc Ponty, One World Theater, Austin

June 23, 2017: Lucky Peterson, Granada Theater, Dallas

June 24, 2017: Lucky Peterson, Fitzgerald's, Houston

August 12, 2017: Anupama Bhagwat (sitar), Jones Hall, University of St. Thomas, Houston

November 11, 2017: Hariprasad Chaurasia, Austin

November 30, 2017: John McLaughlin, Paramount Theater, Austin

 

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18 hours ago, rostasi said:

The small town where I have my radio show, Silver City, New Mexico,
has a population of only about 10,000, but it has 30 art galleries.
Last year's blues fest there had Taj Mahal and The Dirty Dozen Brass Band.
Good to see these small communities doing things like this.

That July 29-30 weekend above looks like a tempting time
to work in a Santa Fe to Silver trip! Thanks for the heads-up!

There is also the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival at the same time as the jazz festival. For example:

Feldman by Flux

 

 
Friday, July 28, 2017 2:00PM
St. Francis Aud—NM Mus of Art
 
Online sales begin February 21, 2017.
Please contact the ticket office for more information
505-982-1890
 



 
 
 
Juho Pohjonen Piano Recital
 
 
Saturday, July 29, 2017 5:00PM
St. Francis Aud—NM Mus of Art
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
Transfigured Night
 
 
Sunday, July 30, 2017 6:00PM
St. Francis Aud—NM Mus of Art
 
 

 

 
 
Choose from the list below to jump directly to another offering of
Transfigured Night

  Mon 7/31/17 6:00PM   

BEETHOVEN String Trio in D Major, Op. 9, No. 2

BRETT DEAN Rooms of Elsinore (2017 Festival co-commission)

 

SCHOENBERG Verklärte Nacht (Transfigured Night), Op. 4

 

 

One of the most transcendent works ever written for string sextet: Schoenberg’s passionate Transfigured Night. Enjoy the first of our commissioned pieces by Brett Dean, in which the composer/violist partners with Juho Pohjonen, piano.

 

Dean, Huang, Johannes String Quartet, Pohjonen, Smith, Variation Trio

Program to be announced 

 

A rousing recital by Finnish piano virtuoso Juho Pohjonen—the subject of critical raves like this: “This young man is a beast, a daunting player... an impressive and fearless performance” (~ San Jose Mercury News).

 

Juho Pohjonen

 

 

FELDMAN String Quartet No. 2

 

FLUX Quartet

 

Probably the most astonishing work at this year's festival is the ultimate magnum opus: Feldman's String Quartet No. 2, clocking in at six plus continuous hours.

 

Admission is free. Come and go as you please.

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Thanks for the Feldman update.
Would be nice to experience the
S. Q. #2 again, but my sweetheart 
would be with me on this trip.
Though she's very open to most
everything, I think the rather long
time that you have to devote to this 
would be pretty uncomfortable for her.
(of course, she could spend the time
exploring the city... :D)

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A six hour string quartet is long?

Cool venue, I can attest.

 

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:D Not as long as the 18 hour Satie I attended in Chicago, but still...

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TOWN HALL AND (LE) POISSON ROUGE PRESENT ONE OF THE MOST EXCITING JAZZ EVENTS OF THE YEAR!
THE JAZZ EPISTLES: ABDULLAH IBRAHIM & EKAYA AND HUGH MASEKELA IN CONCERT

SOUTH AFRICAN JAZZ PIONEERS REUNITE IN FREEDOM TO TELL THE ALMOST FORGOTTEN STORY OF SOUTH AFRICA’S MOST IMPORTANT JAZZ COLLECTIVE

PERFORMING TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 56 YEARS, THIS TRIUMPHANT PROJECT MAKES ITS NORTH AMERICAN DEBUT AT TOWN HALL ON SOUTH AFRICAN FREEDOM DAY, APRIL 27, 2017

New York, NY (February 23, 2017) – Town Hall and (Le) Poisson Rouge are proud to present the Jazz Epistles, featuring Abdullah Ibrahim and Hugh Masekela live in New York City for the first time on South African Freedom Day, April 27th. Half a century after recording South Africa's landmark jazz album, Jazz Epistle, Verse 1, these original bebop legends reunite for a rare performance at Town Hall at 123 W 43rd Street.

The Jazz Epistles album is the “Holy Grail” recording in South African jazz history, yet the world was not aware of its pivotal importance, until now.

In 1959, South Africa’s top musicians Hugh Masekela on trumpet, Abdullah Ibrahim on piano, Jonas Gwangwa on trombone, Kippie Moeketsi on alto saxophone, Johnny Gertze on bass, and Makaya Ntshoko on drums created “the first all-black modern South African jazz recording.” (Gwen Ansell, author of Soweto Blues). It was revolutionary for the time period, yet its modern sounds and controversial nature made it a commercial flop only 500 LPs were originally printed. The apartheid government, which viewed jazz as an inherent threat to authority, forced its brilliant musicians into exile. Thus, the Jazz Epistles disbanded and the music was buried and almost lost. For decades, due to the hostile circumstances of the time period, very little of this rich cultural history has been documented.

Remarkably, Ibrahim and Masekela achieved massive success on their own terms overseas in exile. Ibrahim settled in Europe and Masekela in the States. They became symbols of the Pan- African movement, each writing popular anti-apartheid freedom songs and creating formidable discographies.

Now, half a century later, these two giants reunite for the first time in concert. They not only revisit a critical chapter from their youth, but also pay tribute to one of the most important jazz sessions to occur on South African soil.

This unique performance will be captured by WBGO for Jazz Night in America, carried on NPR stations nationwide, and The Checkout hosted by Simon Rentner.

This concert is produced by The Town Hall and (Le) Poisson Rouge, in partnership with WBGO, South African Tourism, and South African Airways.

Tickets for this event are from $37 to $127 (VIP, includes reception with the artists) and are available for sale via The Town Hall or (Le) Poisson Rouge box offices. Please visit TheTownHall.org or LPR.com for additional information.

Lineup:
Abdullah Ibrahim – piano
Hugh Masekela – flugelhorn, trumpet, vocals
Noah Jackson – bass, cello
Will Terrill – drums
Cleave Guyton Jr. – alto saxophone, flute, clarinet, piccolo Lance Bryant– tenor saxophone
Andrae Murchison – trombone, trumpet
Marshall McDonald – baritone saxophone 

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Saturday night at the University of Texas at Dallas:

Saturday, March 04, 2017, 8:00 pm 
Venue: TH - University Theatre 
Ticket: $25 
Season: 2016-17

Eliot Fisk Concert

University Theatre, 8:00 PM, $25

UTD students, staff and faculty get in free with their Comet Card.

Eliot Fisk is currently director of guitar studies at the New England Conservatory and artistic director for the annual Boston Guitar Fest. He will perform part of his program on a Stephan Connor guitar donated to the Guitar Studies program by Russell Cleveland.

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Downbeat's Rising Star trumpeter Marquis Hill brings Chicago sound to our town, March 11
"crystallizes the hard-hitting, hard-swinging spirit of Chicago jazz" -- Chicago Tribune

Saturday, March 11, 8:00 PM
Cullen Theater, Wortham Theater Center

Pre-concert conversation with Marquis Hill and Robert "Doc" Morgan at 7:15 PM in Cullen Theater

Video preview on YouTube

Trumpeter Marquis Hill was the winner of the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Trumpet Competition in 2014. In 2016, he was voted Rising Star-Trumpet in the Downbeat Critics Poll. He is widely recognized as one of the preeminent voices on the instrument of his generation. Hill makes his first Houston appearance with his ensemble The Blacktet, with Joshua Johnson, saxophone; Joel Ross, vibraphone; Jeremiah Hun, bass and Makaya McCraven, drums

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March 19, 2017: Kadri Gopalnath (Indian classical saxophonist), Unity Church of Dallas 

March 19, 2017: Cedric Burnside, Justine's, Austin

March 22, 2017: Pete Christlieb, Kitchen Cafe, Dallas

March 24, 2017: Cedric Burnside, White Water Tavern, Little Rock, Arkansas

March 25, 2017: Zac Harmon, Babb Brothers, Dallas

March 29, 2017: Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials, Dosey Doe, Houston

March 30, 2017: Victor Wooten Trio, George's Majestic Lounge, Fayetteville, Arkansas

March 30, 2017: Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials, Antone's, Austin

March 31, 2017: Victor Wooten Trio, Granada Theater, Dallas

March 31, 2017: Carl Weathersby, Antone's, Austin

March 31, 2017: Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials, Brass Hall Club, Marble Falls, Texas

April 1, 2017: Victor Wooten Trio, Empire Control Room, Austin

April 1, 2017: Walter Wolfman Washington, Antone's, Austin

April 1, 2017: Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials, Keys Lounge, Fort Worth

April 2, 2017: Victor Wooten Trio, Whatever Fest, Houston

April 3, 2017: Victor Wooten Trio, Will Rogers Theater, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

April 5, 2017: Shelley Carroll, Sammons Center, Dallas

April 8, 2017: Henry Threadgill, Scottish Rite Theater, Austin

April 8, 2017: Purbayan Chatterjee (sitar) and Satyahit Talwalkar (tabla), Allen Public Library

April 9, 2017: Vishwa Mohan Bhatt and Subhen Chatterjee, AISD Performing Arts Center, Austin

April 8-9, 2017: Kenny Neal, Lil Jimmy Reed, Alvin Youngblood Hart, Mr. Sipp, Larry Garner, Baton Rouge Blues Festival

April 14, 2017: Stanley Clarke, One World Theater, Austin

April 18, 2017: Cyrus Chestnut, Bates Recital Hall, Austin

April 20, 2017: Terence Blanchard, South on Main, Little Rock, Arkansas

April 21, 2017: Jason Moran, Chris Walker, Denardo Coleman,  Discovery Green, Houston

April 21, 2017: Terence Blanchard, University of Texas at Dallas

April 22, 2017: Terence Blanchard, Cullen Theater, Houston

April 23, 2017: Terence Blanchard, Liberty Hall, Tyler

April 23, 2017: Rachella Parks, Main Street Arts Festival, Fort Worth

April 26-27, 2017: Bill Frisell, Continental Club, Austin

April 28, 2017: Dejohnette Coltrane Garrison, Denton Arts and Jazz Festival

April 28, 2017: Mokoomba (Zimbabwe), Joey Alexander Trio, Pedrito Martinez, Astral Project, Trumpet Mafia, Leroy Jones, Jamil Sharif, David L. Harris, Septeto Nacional Ignacio Pineiro, Mr. Sipp, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

April 29, 2017: Jazz Epistles  featuring Abdullah Ibrahim and Ekaya and Hugh Masekela, Kenny Neal, Pedrito Martinez, Delfeayo Marsalis with Uptown Jazz Orchestra,  Septeto Nacional Ignacio Pineiro, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

April 30, 2017: Wessell Warmdaddy Anderson Quartet, Joe Louis Walker, Little Freddie King, Lil Buck Sinegal with Barbara Lynn, Septeto Nacional Ignacio Pineiro, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

May 4, 2017: Eric Gales, Antone's, Austin

May 4, 2017: Lee Konitz Quartet, Cedric Burnside Project, A Salute to Louis Armstrong featuring Hugh Masekela, Pedrito Martinez Rumba Project with Roman Diaz, Charlie Gabriel, Irwin Mayfield, Donald Harrison, Changui Guantanamo, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

May 5,, 2017: Terence Blanchard E-Collective, Jason Marsalis,  Louis Ford, Pedrito Martinez Rumba Project with Roman Diaz, Alvin Youngblood Hart, William Bell, Changui Guantanamo,New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

May 5, 2017: Vijay Iyer, Cullen Theater, Houston

May 5, 2017: Arturo O'Farrill & The Afro-Latin Jazz Octet, Carver Center, San Antonio

May 6, 2017: Lucky Peterson, Antone's, Austin

May 6, 2017: Tejendra Narayan Majumdar, Indrayuddh Majumdar, Gourisankar Karmaker (Sarod Jugalbandi), University Theater, University of Texas at Dallas

May 6, 2017: Kenny Barron Trio, SF Jazz Collective Plays the Music of Miles Davis, Henry Butler, New Orleans Groove Masters (featuring Herlin Riley, Jason Marsalis, and Shannon Powell), Cynthia Sayer, Pedrito Martinez Rumba Project with Roman Diaz, Septeto Santiaguero, Changui Guantanamo, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

May 7, 2017: Chucho Valdes Quintet, Ellis Marsalis, Buddy Guy, Nicholas Payton, Walter Wolfman Washington, Bill Summers, Dayme Arocena, Septeto Santiaguero, Changui Guantanamo, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

May 10, 2017: Branford Marsalis, Dallas City Performance Hall

May 14, 2017: Shri. P Unnikrishnan, Bates Recital Hall, Austin

May 20, 2017: Duwayne Burnside, Antone's, Austin

May 23, 2017: Buddy Guy, Walton Center, Fayetteville, Arkansas

June 7, 2017: Helen Sung, Cezanne, Houston 

June 10, 2017: Nishat Khan and Gourisankar, Bates Recital Hall, Austin

June 16, 2017: Jean Luc Ponty, Granada Theater, Dallas

June 16, 2017: Dr. Lonnie Smith, Norman, Oklahoma

June 17, 2017: Jean Luc Ponty, One World Theater, Austin

June 23, 2017: Lucky Peterson, Granada Theater, Dallas

June 24, 2017: Lucky Peterson, Fitzgerald's, Houston

August 12, 2017: Anupama Bhagwat (sitar), Jones Hall, University of St. Thomas, Houston

November 11, 2017: Hariprasad Chaurasia, Austin

November 30, 2017: John McLaughlin, Paramount Theater, Austin

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3 hours ago, kh1958 said:

March 19, 2017: Kadri Gopalnath (Indian classical saxophonist), Unity Church of Dallas 

 

Is this part of the series that used to(?) be in Allen, or is this a whole 'nother thing?

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50 minutes ago, JSngry said:

Is this part of the series that used to(?) be in Allen, or is this a whole 'nother thing?

The Allen, Texas concerts are sponsored by the Indian Classical Music Circle of DFW.

This is an entirely different series of concerts from the Indian Fine Arts Academy of DFW. I stumbled across this group more recently; almost all of their concerts seem to be Indian classical vocal concerts (which I have not yet developed a taste for). Kadri Gopalnath is the first instrumental group in the series that I have noticed.

http://www.ifaadfw.org/

I'm planning on going to this one. Hard to resist and it is on Forest Lane, pretty close to my home.

 

 

This is the website of the Indian Classical Music Circle, which has two instrumental  concerts scheduled. Unfortunately, I will miss both of these (the first one is the same day as Henry Threadgill), but they both look interesting.

http://icmcdfw.org/

  

 

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Very much need to put my logistics towards getting into the loop of both of these circles. Easier said than done, but...

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I used to be a member of the ICMC.
The concert I was waiting for happened in 2003
when they had Shivkumar Sharma & Zakir Hussain.
I don't know what it cost them to get these two heavyweights,
but, man, it's a concert I'll never forget.

Also, as an aside, watch for the Ragas Live Festival
that happens every year. It's a 24-hour festival of 
performers that broadcasts live. There's probably
an archive out there. I've usually just captured the video
and audio to save for later. I think the next one is in May.

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I've been to 8 concerts presented by the ICMC over the last three or four years; all have been high quality artists, as far as I can tell, though I'm certainly no expert. I have had some really enjoyable concert experiences.  One thing I learned is that I prefer Indian Classical music over Western Classical music.

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Posted (edited)

Shivkumar Sharma & Zakir Hussain

If you don't have time to watch this 2 hour+ jugalbandi on two raags,
I'll post just the final half hour below.

 

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My goodness, that is amazing. Love it and ordered a CD right away.

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March 23, 2017: Dave Pietro, Kitchen Cafe, Dallas

March 24, 2017: Cedric Burnside, White Water Tavern, Little Rock, Arkansas

March 25, 2017: Zac Harmon, Babb Brothers, Dallas

March 29, 2017: Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials, Dosey Doe, Houston

March 30, 2017: Victor Wooten Trio, George's Majestic Lounge, Fayetteville, Arkansas

March 30, 2017: Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials, Antone's, Austin

March 31, 2017: Victor Wooten Trio, Granada Theater, Dallas

March 31, 2017: Carl Weathersby, Antone's, Austin

March 31, 2017: Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials, Brass Hall Club, Marble Falls, Texas

April 1, 2017: Victor Wooten Trio, Empire Control Room, Austin

April 1, 2017: Walter Wolfman Washington, Antone's, Austin

April 1, 2017: Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials, Keys Lounge, Fort Worth

April 2, 2017: Victor Wooten Trio, Whatever Fest, Houston

April 3, 2017: Victor Wooten Trio, Will Rogers Theater, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

April 5, 2017: Shelley Carroll, Sammons Center, Dallas

April 6, 2017: Carl Weathersby, Antone's, Dallas

April 8, 2017: Henry Threadgill, Scottish Rite Theater, Austin

April 8, 2017: Purbayan Chatterjee (sitar) and Satyahit Talwalkar (tabla), Allen Public Library

April 9, 2017: Vishwa Mohan Bhatt and Subhen Chatterjee, AISD Performing Arts Center, Austin

April 8-9, 2017: Kenny Neal, Lil Jimmy Reed, Alvin Youngblood Hart, Mr. Sipp, Larry Garner, Baton Rouge Blues Festival

April 14, 2017: Stanley Clarke, One World Theater, Austin

April 18, 2017: Cyrus Chestnut, Bates Recital Hall, Austin

April 20, 2017: Terence Blanchard, South on Main, Little Rock, Arkansas

April 21, 2017: Jason Moran, Chris Walker, Denardo Coleman,  Discovery Green, Houston

April 21, 2017: Terence Blanchard, University of Texas at Dallas

April 22, 2017: Terence Blanchard, Cullen Theater, Houston

April 23, 2017: Terence Blanchard, Liberty Hall, Tyler

April 23, 2017: Rachella Parks, Main Street Arts Festival, Fort Worth

April 26-27, 2017: Bill Frisell, Continental Club, Austin

April 26-27, 2017: Amina Claudine Myers, Christ Church Cathedral, Houston

April 28, 2017: Dejohnette Coltrane Garrison, Denton Arts and Jazz Festival

April 28, 2017: Mokoomba (Zimbabwe), Joey Alexander Trio, Pedrito Martinez, Astral Project, Trumpet Mafia, Leroy Jones, Jamil Sharif, David L. Harris, Septeto Nacional Ignacio Pineiro, Mr. Sipp, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

April 29, 2017: Jazz Epistles  featuring Abdullah Ibrahim and Ekaya and Hugh Masekela, Kenny Neal, Pedrito Martinez, Delfeayo Marsalis with Uptown Jazz Orchestra,  Septeto Nacional Ignacio Pineiro, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

April 30, 2017: Wessell Warmdaddy Anderson Quartet, Joe Louis Walker, Little Freddie King, Lil Buck Sinegal with Barbara Lynn, Septeto Nacional Ignacio Pineiro, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

May 4, 2017: Eric Gales, Antone's, Austin

May 4, 2017: Lee Konitz Quartet, Cedric Burnside Project, A Salute to Louis Armstrong featuring Hugh Masekela, Pedrito Martinez Rumba Project with Roman Diaz, Charlie Gabriel, Irwin Mayfield, Donald Harrison, Changui Guantanamo, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

May 5,, 2017: Terence Blanchard E-Collective, Jason Marsalis,  Louis Ford, Pedrito Martinez Rumba Project with Roman Diaz, Alvin Youngblood Hart, William Bell, Changui Guantanamo,New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

May 5, 2017: Vijay Iyer, Cullen Theater, Houston

May 5, 2017: Arturo O'Farrill & The Afro-Latin Jazz Octet, Carver Center, San Antonio

May 6, 2017: Lucky Peterson, Antone's, Austin

May 6, 2017: Tejendra Narayan Majumdar, Indrayuddh Majumdar, Gourisankar Karmaker (Sarod Jugalbandi), University Theater, University of Texas at Dallas

May 6, 2017: Kenny Barron Trio, SF Jazz Collective Plays the Music of Miles Davis, Henry Butler, New Orleans Groove Masters (featuring Herlin Riley, Jason Marsalis, and Shannon Powell), Cynthia Sayer, Pedrito Martinez Rumba Project with Roman Diaz, Septeto Santiaguero, Changui Guantanamo, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

May 7, 2017: Chucho Valdes Quintet, Ellis Marsalis, Buddy Guy, Nicholas Payton, Walter Wolfman Washington, Bill Summers, Dayme Arocena, Khari Allen Lee with Davy Mooney, Septeto Santiaguero, Changui Guantanamo, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

May 10, 2017: Branford Marsalis, Dallas City Performance Hall

May 14, 2017: Shri. P Unnikrishnan, Bates Recital Hall, Austin

May 20, 2017: Duwayne Burnside, Antone's, Austin

May 23, 2017: Buddy Guy, Walton Center, Fayetteville, Arkansas

June 7, 2017: Helen Sung, Cezanne, Houston 

June 10, 2017: Nishat Khan and Gourisankar, Bates Recital Hall, Austin

June 16, 2017: Jean Luc Ponty, Granada Theater, Dallas

June 16, 2017: Dr. Lonnie Smith, Norman, Oklahoma

June 17, 2017: Jean Luc Ponty, One World Theater, Austin

June 23, 2017: Lucky Peterson, Granada Theater, Dallas

June 24, 2017: Lucky Peterson, Fitzgerald's, Houston

August 12, 2017: Anupama Bhagwat (sitar), Jones Hall, University of St. Thomas, Houston

November 11, 2017: Hariprasad Chaurasia, Austin

November 30, 2017: John McLaughlin, Paramount Theater, Austin

 
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On ‎3‎/‎17‎/‎2017 at 11:08 AM, JSngry said:

Very much need to put my logistics towards getting into the loop of both of these circles. Easier said than done, but...

Yesterday would have been a good day for that--the concert was really terrific--Kadri  Gopalnath was quite an alto saxophonist. His violinist  was equally adept. Surprisingly there were no CDs of the artist on sale, but I ordered one of him in a trio with James Newton. 

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Previously planned family commitments yesterday, but otherwise I'd have come early and stayed late.

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I sure wish these were on the weekend, or in Dallas.

n Sanders Hall at Christ Church Cathedral
1117 Texas Ave, Houston, TX 77002

Wednesday April 26, 2017
8PM

General Admission $13 | Students $10 | 18 and Under FREE

Amina Claudine Myers (New York, NY) - piano, voice

in the cathedral at Christ Church Cathedral
1117 Texas Ave, Houston, TX 77002

Thursday April 27, 2017
8PM

General Admission $13 | Students $10 | 18 and Under FREE

Amina Claudine Myers (New York, NY) - pipe organ

 

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