Contemporary Jazz Series w/ Miqui Gutierrez
Sunday, July 1
The Jazz Cave
Nashville Jazz Workshop, 1319 Adams Street
The next Contemporary Jazz Series performance is Sunday, July 1 at 7pm and features saxophonist/flutist Miqui Gutierrez with a tribute to legendary Brazilian composer and multi-instrumentalist Hermeto Pascoal.
In addition to Gutierrez, the band will include pianist Anthony Belfiglio, bassist Roy Vogt, and drummer Josh Hunt.
Downbeat for the show is 7pm. General admission seating is $15 / $10 for students with ID's. No advance ticket purchases.
About the series: The Contemporary Jazz Series, hosted by Rahsaan Barber, is designed to present new, original, and cutting edge jazz that may not have been heard before in the Jazz Cave. Describing "contemporary jazz," series host Rahsaan Barber explained that "just as the jazz of Ella Fitzgerald and Count Basie was influenced by musicians’ and audiences’ affinities for the blues of Beale Street and the bright lights of Broadway, so it is with contemporary jazz, which draws much influence from more modern strains of American music -- including funk, gospel, hip hop -- and more international 'cargo,' including Indian ragas, Cuban descargas and European classical music."
photo credit: Christina Young Photography
High School & College Students: $10.00