Chucho Valdes: Irakere 40 - Estival Jazz Lugano 2015

Chucho Valdes: Irakere 40 - Estival Jazz Lugano 2015

http://www.valdeschucho.com/, http://www.estivaljazz.ch/ ● © For any questions regarding copyright issues related to video materials, please contact us via email at copyright.jbr@gmail.com ● Personnel: Chucho Valdés - piano Yaroldy Abreu Robles - percussion, vocals Dreiser Durruthy Bombalé–Batás - lead vocal Rodney Barreto - drums, vocals Gastón Joya - bass, vocals Manuel Machado - trumpet Ariel Bringuez - tenor sax Alexander Abreu - trumpet, vocals Rafael Águila - alto sax Reinaldo Melián - trumpet ● Chucho Valdes: Irakere 40 - Estival Jazz Lugano 2015 Live at Estival Jazz Lugano, Piazza della Riforma, Lugano, Switzerland, July 9th, 2015 ▶ Chucho Valdes - Full Length Concerts - http://bit.ly/2aiH3Sh ▶ Estival Jazz Lugano - Full Length Concerts - http://bit.ly/1Arusmj . ● SUBSCRIBE HERE ıı▶ http://bit.ly/2mMMd2W

Latin Jazz Concert Sway

Latin Jazz Concert   Sway

May 19, 2018 7:30 pm “History of Latin Jazz” with Cascade Jazz $20/public and $15/members John Chmaj leads a high-energy 10 piece jazz ensemble on the 100-year multi-cultural journey of jazz and Latin music. From the early blues and swing days through bossa nova, modern jazz and popular music, Latin and jazz styles have evolved and informed each other. Featuring a full horn section, percussion and swinging vocals, this will be a powerhouse performance! PURCHASE TICKETS NOW https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3223339

YourHomeInToronto Cuban Jazz Concert Customer Appreciation Event

YourHomeInToronto Cuban Jazz Concert Customer Appreciation Event

As a way to show our appreciation, we invited several former clients and people we have done business with to enjoy a Live Cuban Jazz Concert at The Royal, in the heart of Little Italy. Interactivo, Cubanos por el Mundo is a great band conformed by talented musicians who brought their latin roots, full of Caribbean energy to us. It certainly was a fun night and it was great to see all the happy faces after the show. The theatre has a magnificent sound system and the show was just amazing. Kudos for the producers and band!

Goza Latin Jazz Concert

Goza Latin Jazz Concert

In celebration of National Latino-Hispanic month, Tunxis Community College presented the Latin-Jazz sounds of Goza on September 22, 2011. The Office of Minority Affairs, Alumni Association, SGA, and the Office of the Dean of Students teamed up to bring this wonderful performance, featuring the beautiful talents our own Tunxis student, Cristina! Donations from the event will be used toward the purchase of discounted bus passes for our commuter students. If you'd like to make a donation, please send care of the Tunxis Alumni Association, PO Box 481, Bristol, CT 06010 - The video runs 1hour 20 minutes

Funkin' for Jamaica - Tom Browne 2018 (Smooth Jazz Family)

Funkin' for Jamaica - Tom Browne 2018 (Smooth Jazz Family)

Here's a clip of Tom Browne performing at the Evening of Jazz & Soul event in San Diego CA 4-27-18 Enjoy and "Stay Smooooth". https://www.facebook.com/SmoothJazzFamily

Swati Swan, UCLA Latin Jazz Band Fundraiser Event April 18, 2015

Swati Swan, UCLA Latin Jazz Band Fundraiser Event April 18, 2015

Swati Swan performing at this wonderful Fundraiser event in Burbank California Saturday April 18, 2015 with the UCLA Latin Jazz Band.

Music From the Heart & Soul of a Woman ~ Concert Event ~ Sandaga Jazz

Music From the Heart & Soul of a Woman ~ Concert Event ~ Sandaga Jazz

Music From the Heart of a Woman Live Concert at Sandaga 813, Dallas, TX......Bringing awareness to the need of cameras in the classrooms for special needs children and raising funds to support this movement.

NEA Jazz Masters: Tribute to Todd Barkan

NEA Jazz Masters: Tribute to Todd Barkan

“For me, the art of jazz is most supremely expressed in affording others the opportunity and space to create and swing together. I am deeply moved by this recognition from my peers, with whom it has been a lifelong blessing to work, to play, and hopefully touch a few hearts along the way. As Bobby Hutcherson told me quite a few times, and even wrote on the wall of the Keystone Korner, ‘True love asks nothing in return.’” Jazz impresario Todd Barkan’s name is inextricably associated with one of the nation’s legendary jazz clubs: the Keystone Korner, a San Francisco venue he had opened in 1972 and then managed for more than a decade. While that alone would make him a significant figure in the jazz world, he also worked as a record producer, for labels such as Fantasy/Milestone, Concord, 32 Records, and HighNote. His love of jazz, respect for the music and its practitioners, and knack for curating exciting live performances served him well in his subsequent capacity at Jazz at Lincoln Center. Barkan was born in Nebraska but was raised and educated in Columbus, Ohio, where he developed an interest in jazz as a teenager. He took piano lessons from David Wheeler and Don Patterson, planning on a career in jazz. He also became friends with jazz legend Rahsaan Roland Kirk, whom Barkan considered his musical mentor. Barkan first started producing jazz concerts in 1964 while attending Oberlin College in Ohio. By 1968, he had relocated to San Francisco, working by day as a customs broker and by night as pianist for the Latin jazz band Kwane & The Kwan-Ditos. An inquiry to perform at the bar and live-music venue Keystone Korner proved life-changing as Barkan ended up buying the place and turning it into what pianist Mary Lou Williams once hailed as “the Birdland of the 70s." During that time, Barkan presented artists and produced dozens of highly acclaimed live recordings at his club. In addition, he worked as a booking agent, setting up West Coast tours for jazz legends Art Blakey, Miles Davis, Dexter Gordon, McCoy Tyner, and Phil Woods, among others. Following the club’s closure in 1983, Barkan relocated to New York City to work as a record producer for labels in the U.S. and Japan. During 1985-90, he was the manager of the Boys Choir of Harlem, setting up a program that showcased jazz musicians as guest soloists with the choir. In 2001, Barkan was hired as Jazz at Lincoln Center’s artistic administrator by Wynton Marsalis. He stayed with the organization for more than a decade, serving as programming director and emcee for its Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola venue from 2004 to 2012. In 2013, Barkan co-produced the Keystone Korner Concert Series at the Iridium as well as WBGO‘s jazz series at 54 Below, both clubs in New York City. In 2014, he helped establish the Sea of Jazz Festival in Pompano Beach, Florida. Barkan received a 2015 Grammy Award for Latin Jazz Album of the Year as co-producer of The Offense of the Drum by Arturo O'Farrill & the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra. To date, Barkan has produced hundreds of recordings, including artists such as Tommy Flanagan, Freddie Hubbard, Bobby Hutcherson, Hank Jones, and Jimmy Scott. Barkan continues to work as a lecturer, record producer, and curator of live jazz events. Selected Discography: Bobby Hutcherson, Highway One, Columbia, 1978 Abbey Lincoln, Sophisticated Abbey: Live at the Keystone Korner, HighNote, 1980 Freddie Hubbard, Above & Beyond, Metropolitan Records, 1982 McCoy Tyner, Prelude and Sonata, Milestone, 1994 Arturo O’Farrill & the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra, The Offense of the Drum, Motema Music, 2013 Learn about the NEA Jazz Masters Fellowships at https://www.arts.gov/honors/jazz

Aymée Nuviola and Yosvany Terry Quintet - "Bemba Colorá" | LIVE at The Kennedy Center

Aymée Nuviola and Yosvany Terry Quintet - "Bemba Colorá" | LIVE at The Kennedy Center

Grammy®-nominated Cuban salsa singer and actress Aymée Nuviola joins the Yosvany Terry Quintet for a lively performance of "Bemba Colorá." Part of: Artes de Cuba Festival Opening Performance, May 8, 2018. Watch the full performance: https://youtu.be/cj-njGQZwbs The festival’s opening event brought the vibrant culture of Cuba center stage with performances by the Latin Grammy Award®–winning “Diva of Buena Vista Social Club” Omara Portuondo, the Havana Lyceum Orchestra, jazz composer and dazzling pianist Aldo López-Gavilán, acclaimed composer and musician Yosvany Terry, piano sensation Jorge Luis Pacheco, the renowned Orquesta Miguel Faílde, multi-award winning, classical guitarist Alí Arango, and Grammy®-nominated Aymée Nuviola. Subscribe to The Kennedy Center! http://bit.ly/2gNFrtb

Beautiful Feet Salsa Latin Jazz Concert and Dance Fundraiser June 15th 2013

Beautiful Feet Salsa Latin Jazz Concert and Dance Fundraiser June 15th 2013

These are pictures from our last Beautiful Feet Event in 2009 with Peter Shu and the Chino Latino Jazz Project. Listen to Blue Bossa With a free Salsa lesson by Arthur Murray Dance Studio St. Paul We raised some monthly funding partners for Youth Resources & had a great evening out. Beautiful Feet Latin Jazz Concert and Dance Please join us to raise funds for transportation for youth groups. Tickets $15.00 Minimum Donation Plus Victory Outreach Church will be selling Authentic Mexican Snacks and Dinners on Saturday June 15th Victory Outreach Church 990 Payne Ave St Paul, MN 55130 From 6:30 - 10:00

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