kh1958

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

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May 24, 2018: Wynton Marsalis, Hobby Center for the Performing Arts, Houston

May 25, 2018: Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials, Highway 61 South, Irving

May 28, 2018: Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials, Dosey Doe, Houston

June 6, 2018: Nick Moss, Antone's, Austin

June 8, 2018: Eric Gales, Rockefellers, Houston

                       Kenny Neal, Charles Bender Performing Arts Center, Humble

June 9, 2018: Eric Gales, Sam's Burger Joint, San Antonio

June 10, 2018: Eric Gales, Antone's, Austin

June 14, 2018: Eric Gales, Jazz in June, Norman, Oklahoma

                          Bill Frisell Trio, Artosphere Festival, Fayetteville, Arkansas

                          Jaimie Branch, Barracuda, Austin

June 15, 2018: Eric Gales, The Shrine, Tulsa, Oklahoma

June 20, 2018: Broken Shadows (Tim Berne, Dave King, Chris Speed, Reid Anderson), The North Door, Austin

June 28, 2018: Walter Wolfman Washington, Big Beat Dallas, Irving

June 29, 2018: Walter Wolfman Washington, Highway 61 South, Irving

June 30, 2018: Walter Wolfman Washington, Antone's, Austin

July 6, 2018: Eddie Turner, Heather Gillis, Tall City Blues Festival, Midland

July 7, 2018: Kenny Neal, Vanessa Collier, Tall City Blues Festival, Midland

July 8, 2018: Eddie Turner, House of Fifi Dubois, San Angelo

July 14, 2018: Ronu Majhumdar (flute), Debojyoti Bose (sarod), Jones Hall, Houston

                        Eddy Clearwater, Antone's, Austin

July 15, 2018: Eddy Clearwater, Big Beat, Dallas

August 10-11, 2018: Arnett Cobb Birthday Celebration with Shelley Carrol and Carl Lott, Cezanne, Houston

September 8, 2018: Dilshad Skan (sarangi), Abhisek Lahiri (sarod), Subrata Bhattacharya (tabla), Allen Public Library

September 19, 2018: Fred Hersh, Trinity University, San Antonio

September 20, 2018: Fred Hersh Trio, Fort Worth Public Library

September 22, 2018: Divine Trio, Allen Public Library

September 28, 2018: Stanley Clarke, One World Theater, Austin

September 30, 2018: Stanley Clarke, Dosey Doe, Houston

October 3, 2018: Ches Smith/Mat Maneri/Craig Taborn, North Door, Austin

October 5, 2018: John Scofield, Mohawk, Austin

October 6, 2018: Sweekar Katti (sitar), Houston

                            George Brooks Aspada, Bates Recital Hall, Austin

November 3, 2018: Lonnie Smith Trio, Wortham, Houston

December 1, 2018: Pedrito Martinez, Wortham, Houston

December 3, 2018: Wynton Marsalis, Tobin Center, San Antonio

February 8, 2018: Chucho Valdes, Wortham, Houston

April 11, 2019: Stanley Jordan, One World Theater, Austin

                        Terence Blanchard and Rennie Harris, Bass Concert Hall, Austin

April 12, 2019: Dave Douglas, Wortham, Houston

April 13, 2019: University of Texas Jazz Orchestra with Joe Lovano, Bates Recital Hall, Austin

April 26-28, May 2-5, 2019: New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

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On 5/4/2018 at 6:28 PM, mjzee said:

kh1958: the next Da Camera Houston season has been announced: https://www.dacamera.com/20182019-season-time-future-time-past/

Dr. Lonnie Smith on November 3.  Finally, some grease arrives in Houston!

Thanks. I saw Dr. Lonnie in January and his trio was in outstanding form. 

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August 10-11, 2018 at Cezanne in Houston.

Arnett Cobb Birthday Celebration!!


Arnett Cleophus Cobb (August 10, 1918 – March 24, 1989) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist, sometimes known as the "Wild Man of the Tenor Sax" because of his uninhibited stomping style (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arnett_Cobb). Arnett is one of the pillars of Houston's music legacy.

We celebrate all weekend with musicians deeply connected to Mr. Cobb including Carl Lott (drums), Shelley Carrol (tenor sax), Clayton Dyess (guitar) as well as special guest pianist, Sorin Zlat (from Romania) and more. Please join us for this festive weekend of music!

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7 hours ago, kh1958 said:

August 10-11, 2018 at Cezanne in Houston.

Arnett Cobb Birthday Celebration!!


Arnett Cleophus Cobb (August 10, 1918 – March 24, 1989) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist, sometimes known as the "Wild Man of the Tenor Sax" because of his uninhibited stomping style (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arnett_Cobb). Arnett is one of the pillars of Houston's music legacy.

We celebrate all weekend with musicians deeply connected to Mr. Cobb including Carl Lott (drums), Shelley Carrol (tenor sax), Clayton Dyess (guitar) as well as special guest pianist, Sorin Zlat (from Romania) and more. Please join us for this festive weekend of music!

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July 5, 2018: Heather Gillis, Keys Lounge, Fort Worth

July 6, 2018: Eddie Turner, Heather Gillis, Kara Grainger, Tall City Blues Festival, Midland

July 7, 2018: Kenny Neal, Vanessa Collier, Tall City Blues Festival, Midland

                      Kara Grainger, Odeon Theater, Mason

                      Heather Gillis, House of Fifi Dubois, San Angelo

                      Eddie Turner, Emmit's Place, Houston

July 8, 2018: Eddie Turner, House of Fifi Dubois, San Angelo

                      Kara Grainger, Comfort Backyard, Comfort

July 13, 2018: Bnois King, Babb Bros., Dallas

July 14, 2018: Ronu Majhumdar (flute), Debojyoti Bose (sarod), Jones Hall, Houston

July 20, 2018: Shelley Carrol, Scat Jazz, Fort Worth

July 26, 2018: Quamon Fowler, Kitchen Cafe

August 10-11, 2018: Arnett Cobb Birthday Celebration with Shelley Carrol and Carl Lott, Cezanne, Houston

August 23-24: Charlie Hunter, Fayetteville Roots Festival, Fayetteville, Arkansas

September 8, 2018: Dlshad Khan (sarangi), Abhisek Lahiri (sarod), Subrata Bhattacharya (tabla), Allen Public Library

September 14, 2018: Al Di Meola, The Heights, Houston

                                   Ike Stubblefield, Delvon Lamarr, Antone's, Austin

September  15, 2018: Big Bill Morganfield, Denton Blues Festival

                                    Al Di Meola, One World Theater, Austin

September 16, 2018: Al Di Meola, Kessler Theater, Dallas

September 19, 2018: Fred Hersh, Trinity University, San Antonio

September 20, 2018: Fred Hersh Trio, Fort Worth Public Library

September 22, 2018: Divine Trio, Allen Public Library

September 28, 2018: Stanley Clarke, One World Theater, Austin

September 29, 2018: Kamasi Washington, Toyota Music Factory, Irving

September 30, 2018: Stanley Clarke, Dosey Doe, Houston

                                   Kamasi Washington, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, The Woodlands

October 3, 2018: Ches Smith/Mat Maneri/Craig Taborn, North Door, Austin

October 5, 2018: John Scofield, Mohawk, Austin

October 6, 2018: Sweekar Katti (sitar), Houston

                            George Brooks Aspada, Bates Recital Hall, Austin

                            Delfeayo Marsalis, Tulsa, Oklahoma

October 12, 2018: Branford Marsalis, Brauntex Performing Arts Center, New Braunfels

November 3, 2018: Lonnie Smith Trio, Wortham, Houston

November 10, 2018: Charle Hunter, Duet, Tulsa, Oklahoma

December 1, 2018: Pedrito Martinez, Wortham, Houston

December 3, 2018: Wynton Marsalis, Tobin Center, San Antonio

December 4, 2018: Charles Lloyd, Bill Frisell and Thomas Morgan, San Antonio

February 8, 2018: Chucho Valdes, Wortham, Houston

April 11, 2019: Stanley Jordan, One World Theater, Austin

                        Terence Blanchard and Rennie Harris, Bass Concert Hall, Austin

April 12, 2019: Dave Douglas, Wortham, Houston

April 13, 2019: University of Texas Jazz Orchestra with Joe Lovano, Bates Recital Hall, Austin

April 26-28, May 2-5, 2019: New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

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Kamasi Washington

Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory @ Dallas, TX

Sat, Sep 29, 2018

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Date/Time
Sat, Jun 23, 2018
7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Location
The Kitchen Café

 

Marvin Stamm, Bill Mayes, Ed Soph, & James Driscoll

BillMays
Bill Mayes, piano
EdSoph
Ed Soph, drums
MarvinStamm
Marvin Stamm, flg., trumpet
JamesDriscoll
James Driscoll, bass

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This new documentary illuminates the life, music, and philosophies of renowned drummer/percussionist Milford Graves. Since the 1960s, Graves (born 1941) has performed internationally with free-jazz luminaries such as Albert Ayler and Sonny Sharrock.
Milford Graves Full Mantis takes viewers into Graves's Queens home to meet the relentlessly curious artist. His ruminations on life, nature, and the fluidity of rhythm are intercut with archival performance footage-including a European concert and an ecstatic happening at a Japanese school.
 
June 16, 7pm

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On ‎6‎/‎15‎/‎2018 at 11:55 PM, kh1958 said:
 
This new documentary illuminates the life, music, and philosophies of renowned drummer/percussionist Milford Graves. Since the 1960s, Graves (born 1941) has performed internationally with free-jazz luminaries such as Albert Ayler and Sonny Sharrock.
Milford Graves Full Mantis takes viewers into Graves's Queens home to meet the relentlessly curious artist. His ruminations on life, nature, and the fluidity of rhythm are intercut with archival performance footage-including a European concert and an ecstatic happening at a Japanese school.
 
June 16, 7pm

Did anybody here make it to the screening?

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Lineup to the Satchmo Summerfest at the Old Mint in New Orleans.

Friday, August 4

Barracks Street Stage:

12:00-1:10: Preservation Brass

1:30-2:40: Aurora Nealand & The Royal Roses

3:00-4:10: Jamil Sharif

4:30-5:40: Ellis Marsalis

6:00-7:10: Bill Summers & Jazalsa

7:30-9:00: Bonerama

 

Esplanade Avenue Stage:

12:15-1:30: Clive Wilson’s Satchmo Serenaders

1:50-3:00: Tim Laughlin

3:20-4:30: Don Vappie & the Creole Jazz Serenaders

4:50-6:00: The Nayo Jones Experience

6:20-7:30: Shannon Powell Traditional All-Star Band

7:50-9:00: The Soul Rebels

 

Saturday, August 4

Barracks Street Stage

12:00-1:10: Lars Edegran and the New Orleans Ragtime Orchestra 

1:30-2:40: Yoshio Toyama and the Dixie Saints

3:00-4:10: Mohogany Brass Band 

4:30-5:40: Charmaine Neville 

6:00-7:10: The Original Pinettes Brass Band

7:30-9:00: Corey Henry’s Treme Funktet 

 

Esplanade Avenue Stage:

12:15-1:30: Doyle Cooper Jazz Band 

1:50-3:00: James Williams 

3:20-4:30: Topsy Chapman and Solid Harmony 

4:50-6:00: Joe Lastie’s New Orleans Sounds 

6:20-7:30: Calvin Johnson and Native Son 

7:50-9:00: TBC Brass Band 

 

 

Sunday, August 5

Barracks Street Stage

12:00-1:00: Steve Pistorius’ Tribute to Louis Armstong’s Hot Fives and Sevens 

1:20-2:20: Storyville Stompers Brass Band

2:40-3:40: Shotgun Jazz Band 

4:00-5:00: Wendell Brunious 

5:20-6:20: Irma Thomas, Soul Queen of New Orleans 

6:40-7:30: Ashlin Parker Trumpet Mafia 

7:30-8:00: Trumpet Tribute to Louis Armstrong (with Ashlin Parker)

 

Esplanade Avenue Stage:

12:15-1:20: Mari Watanabe’s Chosen Few Jazz Band

1:40-2:40: Mark Braud

3:00-4:00: The Dukes Of Dixieland 

4:20-5:20: Robin Barnes & The Fiyabirds

5:40-6:40: Jeremy Davenport 

7:00-7:50: Big Chief Donald Harrison Jr.

 

 

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ANTONE'S PRESENTS

Antone's B3 Summit II: Delvon LaMarr, Ike Stubblefield, Red Young & Sauce Gonzalez

FRI · SEPTEMBER 14, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

 

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August 10-11, 2018: Arnett Cobb Birthday Celebration with Shelley Carrol and Carl Lott, Cezanne, Houston

August 23-24, 2018: Charlie Hunter, Fayetteville Roots Festival, Fayetteville, Arkansas

August 30, 2018: Jerekus Singleton, Sam's Burger Joint, San Antonio

August 31, 2018: Tutu Jones, Riverfront Jazz Festival, Texas Horse Park, Dallas

September 1, 2018: Bobby Rush, Grace Kelly, Riverfront Jazz Festival, Texas Horse Park, Dallas

                                 Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials, Bedford Blues Festival

September 2, 1018: Dee Dee Bridgewater, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Riverfront Jazz Festival, Texas Horse Park, Dallas

September 5, 2018: Wycliffe Gordan, Sammons Center, Dallas

September 8, 2018: Abhisek Lahiri (sarod), Subrata Bhattacharya (tabla), Allen Public Library

September 14, 2018: Al Di Meola, The Heights, Houston

                                   Ike Stubblefield, Delvon Lamarr, Antone's, Austin

                                   Peggy Stern, Cezanne, Houston

                                   Selwyn Birchwood, Six Springs Tavern, Richardson

September  15, 2018: Big Bill Morganfield, Denton Blues Festival

                                    Al Di Meola, One World Theater, Austin

                                     Selwyn Birchwood, Franklin's Tower, Humble

September 16, 2018: Al Di Meola, Kessler Theater, Dallas

                                    Selwyn Birchwood, Denton Blues Festival

September 19, 2018: Fred Hersh, Trinity University, San Antonio

                                   Buddy Guy, Granada Theater, Dallas

September 20, 2018: Fred Hersh Trio, Fort Worth Public Library

September 22, 2018: Divine Trio, Allen Public Library

September 28, 2018: Stanley Clarke, One World Theater, Austin

September 29, 2018: Kamasi Washington, Toyota Music Factory, Irving

September 30, 2018: Stanley Clarke, Dosey Doe, Houston

                                   Kamasi Washington, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, The Woodlands

October 2, 2018: David Gerald, The Lumberyard, Roscoe

October 3, 2018: Ches Smith/Mat Maneri/Craig Taborn, North Door, Austin

                             David Gerald, Love and War, Plano

October 5, 2018: John Scofield, Mohawk, Austin

October 6, 2018: Sweekar Katti (sitar), Houston

                            George Brooks Aspada, Bates Recital Hall, Austin

                            Delfeayo Marsalis, Jazz and World Festival, Tulsa, Oklahoma

October 10, 2018: Branford Marsalis, Austin State University, Nacogdoches

October 10-11, 2018: Dina Elwedidi, One 2 One Bar, Austin

October 11, 2018: Branford Marsalis, Moody Performance Hall, Dallas

October 12, 2018: Branford Marsalis, Brauntex Performing Arts Center, New Braunfels

October 26, 2018: Jacob Bro, Thomas Morgan, Joey Baron, Duet, Tulsa, Oklahoma

November 3, 2018: Lonnie Smith Trio, Wortham, Houston

November 7, 2018: Rachella Parks, Sammons Center, Dallas

November 10, 2018: Charle Hunter, Duet, Tulsa, Oklahoma

November 11, 2018: Charlie Hunter, Guitar Sanctuary, McKinney

December 1, 2018: Pedrito Martinez, Wortham, Houston

December 3, 2018: Wynton Marsalis, Tobin Center, San Antonio

December 4, 2018: Charles Lloyd, Bill Frisell and Thomas Morgan, San Antonio

December 5, 2018: Wynton Marsalis with Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Meyerson, Dallas

February 8, 2018: Chucho Valdes, Wortham, Houston

February 9, 2019, Chucho Valdes, Laurie Auditorium, San Antonio

March 23, 2019: Tom Harrell Quintet, Empire Theater, San Antonio

April 11, 2019: Stanley Jordan, One World Theater, Austin

                        Terence Blanchard and Rennie Harris, Bass Concert Hall, Austin

April 12, 2019: Dave Douglas, Wortham, Houston

April 13, 2019: University of Texas Jazz Orchestra with Joe Lovano, Bates Recital Hall, Austin

April 26-28, May 2-5, 2019: New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

 
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BRANFORD MARSALIS QUARTET

7:30PM THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2018 MOODY PERFORMANCE HALL

2520 Flora Street, Dallas, TX 75201

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Sept 8 Sarangi & Sarod Jugalbandi - Dilshad Khan (Sarangi),  
    Abhisek Lahiry (Sarod) & Subrata Bhattacharya (Tabla)  
  Date:   Saturday, September 8, 2018  
  Venue:  Allen Library Civic Auditorium  
  Time:   4.00 PM to 7.00 PM  
  Sept 22 Shehnai & Sitar Jugalbandi - Hassan Haider (Shehnai),  
    Mita Nag (Sitar) & Pandit Subhen Chatterjee (Tabla)  
  Date:   Saturday, September 22, 2018  
  Venue:  Allen Library Civic Auditorium  
  Time:   4.00 PM to 7.00 PM

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International Music Festival, San Antonio, 2019

Saturday, 23 March | 7:00pm | Empire Theatre

Tom Harrell Quintet

Tom Harrell, an American jazz trumpeter, flugelhornist, composer, and arranger. In addition to the 32 albums and thousands of concerts worldwide as a leader, Harrell has worked with important figures in jazz history including Bill Evans, Gerry Mulligan, Stan Kenton, Woody Herman, Dizzie Gillespie, Horace Silver, Art Farmer, Phil Woods, Lee Konitz, Sam Jones (with whom he co-led a big band in the 70s), Jim Hall, Charlie Haden, Joe Lovano. Praised by Newsweek for his pure melodic genius, Tom Harrell is widely recognized as one of the most creative and dynamic jazz instrumentalists and composers of our time.

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August 29, 2018: Jarekus Singleton, Dosey Doe, The Woodlands

August 30, 2018: Jarekus Singleton, Sam's Burger Joint, San Antonio

August 31, 2018: Tutu Jones, Riverfront Jazz Festival,  Dallas Convention Center

                             Jarekus Singleton, Mohawk, Austin

September 1, 2018: Bobby Rush, Grace Kelly, Riverfront Jazz Festival, Dallas Convention  Center

                                 Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials, Bedford Blues Festival

                                 Sona Jobarteh,  Huston-Tillotson University, Austin 

September 2, 1018: Dee Dee Bridgewater, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Riverfront Jazz Festival,  Dallas Convention Center

September 5, 2018: Wycliffe Gordan, Sammons Center, Dallas

September 8, 2018: Abhisek Lahiri (sarod), Subrata Bhattacharya (tabla), Allen Public Library

September 14, 2018: Al Di Meola, The Heights, Houston

                                   Ike Stubblefield, Delvon Lamarr, Antone's, Austin

                                   Peggy Stern, Cezanne, Houston

                                   Selwyn Birchwood, Six Springs Tavern, Richardson

September  15, 2018: Big Bill Morganfield, Denton Blues Festival

                                    Al Di Meola, One World Theater, Austin

                                     Selwyn Birchwood, Franklin's Tower, Humble

September 16, 2018: Al Di Meola, Kessler Theater, Dallas

                                    Selwyn Birchwood, Big Bill Morganfield, Zac Harmon, Denton Blues Festival

September 19, 2018: Fred Hersch, Trinity University, San Antonio

                                   Buddy Guy, Granada Theater, Dallas

September 20, 2018: Fred Hersch Trio, Fort Worth Public Library

September 22, 2018: Divine Trio, Allen Public Library

September 28, 2018: Stanley Clarke, One World Theater, Austin

September 29, 2018: Kamasi Washington, Toyota Music Factory, Irving

September 30, 2018: Stanley Clarke, Dosey Doe, Houston

                                   Kamasi Washington, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, The Woodlands

October 2, 2018: David Gerald, The Lumberyard, Roscoe

October 3, 2018: Ches Smith/Mat Maneri/Craig Taborn, North Door, Austin

                             David Gerald, Love and War, Plano

October 5, 2018: John Scofield, Mohawk, Austin

October 6, 2018: Sweekar Katti (sitar), Houston

                            George Brooks Aspada, Bates Recital Hall, Austin

                            Delfeayo Marsalis, Jazz and World Festival, Tulsa, Oklahoma

October 10, 2018: Branford Marsalis, Austin State University, Nacogdoches

October 10-11, 2018: Dina Elwedidi, One 2 One Bar, Austin

October 11, 2018: Branford Marsalis, Moody Performance Hall, Dallas

October 12, 2018: Branford Marsalis, Brauntex Performing Arts Center, New Braunfels

October 13, 2018: Jason Moran and Bandwagon, Emancipation Park, Houston

October 20, 2018: Larry Lampkin, Ally Venable, Duncanville Blues Festival

October 26, 2018: Jacob Bro, Thomas Morgan, Joey Baron, Duet, Tulsa, Oklahoma

November 3, 2018: Lonnie Smith Trio, Wortham, Houston

November 7, 2018: Rachella Parks, Sammons Center, Dallas

November 10, 2018: Charle Hunter, Duet, Tulsa, Oklahoma

November 11, 2018: Charlie Hunter, Guitar Sanctuary, McKinney

December 1, 2018: Pedrito Martinez, Wortham, Houston

December 3, 2018: Wynton Marsalis, Tobin Center, San Antonio

December 4, 2018: Charles Lloyd, Bill Frisell and Thomas Morgan, San Antonio

December 5, 2018: Wynton Marsalis with Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Meyerson, Dallas

February 1, 2019: Joey DeFrancesco Trio, University of Texas at Dallas

February 2, 2019: Stefon Harris and Blackout, Carver Center, San Antonio

February 8, 2018: Chucho Valdes, Wortham, Houston

February 9, 2019, Chucho Valdes, Laurie Auditorium, San Antonio

February 23, 2019: Susana Baca, Carver Center, San Antonio

March 23, 2019: Tom Harrell Quintet, Empire Theater, San Antonio

April 11, 2019: Stanley Jordan, One World Theater, Austin

                        Terence Blanchard and Rennie Harris, Bass Concert Hall, Austin

April 12, 2019: Dave Douglas, Wortham, Houston

April 13, 2019: University of Texas Jazz Orchestra with Joe Lovano, Bates Recital Hall, Austin

April 26-28, May 2-5, 2019: New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

 
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JOEY DEFRANCESCO TRIO

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Friday, February 1, 2019, 8:00 p.m. 
Venue: Arts and Technology Lecture Hall 
Admission: $20 
Season: 2018-19

The New York Times praised Grammy-nominated Joey DeFrancesco as “master of rhythmic pocket, and of the custom of stomping bass lines beneath chords and riffs.”  He has garnered numerous awards, was inducted into the Hammond Organ Hall of Fame in 2014 and has topped the critics polls in DownBeat Magazine eleven times over the past 15 years and the readers polls every year since 2005.



For more information contact:
Arts and Performance Office
utdarts@utdallas.edu
972-UTD-ARTS
 
 

 

 

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An opportunity to hear the fabulous Gambian kora player/vocalist, Sona Jobarteh...

THE DISTRICT CULTURAL ARTS FEST

in Austin, Texas across multiple venues

Presented by Six Square, the District Cultural Arts Fest is an exciting celebration that honors the rich legacy and cultural contributions of Central Texas’ Black community. On September 1, 2018, join Six Square - Austin’s Black Cultural District as they continue creating a nexus of thriving Black arts and culture in East Austin.

Visual artists, musicians, poets, dancers, chefs and more will reanimate six sites of historical significance in The District, including: Oakwood Cemetery, Doris Miller Auditorium, Givens Park, Six Square’s headquarters and Huston-Tillotson University. The daytime portion of the festival will feature installations across five sites, and attendees will have the option to take guided or virtual tours of The District. From interactive African drumming and dance to engaging theatrical performances, each site’s events will provide a new context to the location’s history and a curated menu of unlimited food and adult beverages provided by Wines of Dotson Cervantes and Tito's Handmade Vodka.

Festivities will culminate at our sixth and final site, the historic Huston-Tillotson University, with musical performances from international, national and local acts inspired from Africa and the African Diaspora. Food and retail vendors are welcomed.

Tickets are now available. Details* on each site’s events, logistics and registration information can be found below.

Musical Lineup:

Carolyn Blanchard & the Jazz Affair

Tobe Nwigwe

Sona Jobarteh

Grammy Nominated artist Mali Music

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September 28, 2018: Stanley Clarke, One World Theater, Austin

September 29, 2018: Kamasi Washington, Toyota Music Factory, Irving

September 30, 2018: Stanley Clarke, Dosey Doe, Houston

                                   Kamasi Washington, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, The Woodlands

October 2, 2018: David Gerald, The Lumberyard, Roscoe

October 3, 2018: Ches Smith/Mat Maneri/Craig Taborn, North Door, Austin

                             David Gerald, Love and War, Plano

October 5, 2018: John Scofield, Mohawk, Austin

                             Tiger Trio, Meca, Houston

October 6, 2018: Sweekar Katti (sitar), Houston

                            George Brooks Aspada, Bates Recital Hall, Austin

                            Delfeayo Marsalis, Jazz and World Festival, Tulsa, Oklahoma

October 10, 2018: Branford Marsalis, Austin State University, Nacogdoches

October 10-11, 2018: Dina Elwedidi, One 2 One Bar, Austin

October 11, 2018: Branford Marsalis, Moody Performance Hall, Dallas

October 12, 2018: Branford Marsalis, Brauntex Performing Arts Center, New Braunfels

                              Aaron Diehl, Hobby Center, Houston

October 13, 2018: Jason Moran and Bandwagon, Emancipation Park, Houston

October 20, 2018: Larry Lampkin, Ally Venable, Duncanville Blues Festival

October 25, 2018: Aaron Diehl Trio, Scat Jazz Lounge, Fort Worth

October 26, 2018: Jacob Bro, Thomas Morgan, Joey Baron, Duet, Tulsa, Oklahoma

October 27, 2018: Aaron Diehl Trio, Tulsa Performing Arts Center

November 3, 2018: Lonnie Smith Trio, Wortham, Houston

November 7, 2018: Rachella Parks, Sammons Center, Dallas

November 10, 2018: Charle Hunter, Duet, Tulsa, Oklahoma

November 11, 2018: Charlie Hunter, Guitar Sanctuary, McKinney

December 1, 2018: Pedrito Martinez, Wortham, Houston

December 3, 2018: Wynton Marsalis, Tobin Center, San Antonio

December 4, 2018: Charles Lloyd, Bill Frisell and Thomas Morgan, San Antonio

December 5, 2018: Wynton Marsalis with Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Meyerson, Dallas

December 7, 2018: Robert Cray, The Heights Theater, Houston

December 8, 2018: Robert Cray, University of Texas at Tyler

February 1, 2019: Joey DeFrancesco Trio, University of Texas at Dallas

February 2, 2019: Stefon Harris and Blackout, Carver Center, San Antonio

February 8, 2018: Chucho Valdes, Wortham, Houston

February 9, 2019, Chucho Valdes, Laurie Auditorium, San Antonio

February 23, 2019: Susana Baca, Carver Center, San Antonio

March 23, 2019: Tom Harrell Quintet, Empire Theater, San Antonio

March 31, 2019: Monterey Jazz Festival on Tour (Melissa Aldana, Bria Skonberg, Christian Sands), Walton Center, Fayetteville, Arkansas

April 11, 2019: Stanley Jordan, One World Theater, Austin

                        Terence Blanchard and Rennie Harris, Bass Concert Hall, Austin

April 12, 2019: Dave Douglas, Wortham, Houston

April 13, 2019: University of Texas Jazz Orchestra with Joe Lovano, Bates Recital Hall, Austin

April 26-28, May 2-5, 2019: New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

 
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I have ascertained the first benefit to my recent (60th) birthday... Da Camera defines 60 as a senior citizen,  so tickets to see Lonnie Smith and Chucho Valdes are half price.

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Joëlle Léandre (France) - double bass
Myra Melford (Chicago/Berkley, CA) - piano
Nicole Mitchell (Chicago/Long Beach, CA) - flute
 
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