SF JAZZ Collective -- Original Compositions and Works by Wayne Shorter
UCLA Live presents a concert featuring the SF JAZZ Collective, an ensemble of today's finest jazz performers and composers.
Friday, March 21, 2008
8:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Los Angeles, CA 90095
SFJAZZ Collective Members:
- Joe Lovano, tenor saxophone
- Dave Douglas, trumpet
- Stefon Harris, vibraphone and marimba
- Miguel Zenón, alto saxophone and flute
- Robin Eubanks, trombone
- Renee Rosnes, piano
- Matt Penman, bass
- Eric Harland, drums
“A serious jazz band rises in San Francisco.” –The New York Times
Launched in 2004, the SFJAZZ Collective has quickly become one of the most exciting and acclaimed groups on the American and international jazz scenes, lauded by the Los Angeles Times for its “sheer, out-of-the-box musicality.” Downbeat magazine’s 2006 “Rising Star Jazz Group of the Year,” this all-star jazz ensemble comprises today’s finest jazz performers and composers—including Downbeat “Artist of the Year” honorees, Grammy-nominated trumpeter Dave Douglas (2006) and saxophone giant Joe Lovano (2001).
The Collective’s innovative approach to repertoire honors jazz’s recent past and present with an eye toward the future. Honoring jazz saxophone legend Wayne Shorter, the program features new arrangements of Shorter works by SFJAZZ Collective musicians as well as original compositions by the band members.
For more info, visit http://www.uclalive.org/Event.asp?Event_ID=481
Tickets may be purchased on-line, in person at the Central Ticket office on campus (CTO at the James West Alumni Center exterior windows) or by phone (additional fees for tickets purchased on-line and over the phone). Visit http://www.uclalive.org/tickets_howto.htm to purchase tickets.
Cost: Tickets cost: $48, 36, 26 ($15 UCLA students)
Parking is available for $8 (enter campus at Wyton Dr. and Hilgard Ave. to purchase parking pass).
For more information please contact
UCLA Live Tel: 310-825-2101
Sponsor(s): UCLA Live, Media Sponsor KJAZZ 88.1FM. Information about non-ASC events is posted for informational purposes and does not necessarily reflect opinions of or endorsements by African Studies personnel.