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Joe Lovano “Trio Tapestry” featuring Marilyn Crispell and Carmen Castaldi at AKG Art of Jazz Series
Sunday, January 27 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm$24 – $29
Albright-Knox Art Gallery Art of Jazz Series Update.
The Joe Lovano Trio Tapestry concert – Art of Jazz: Joe Lovano Trio Tapestry / Joe Lovano Trio Tapestry at Albright-Knox Art Gallery – next Sunday, January 27 is completely sold out.
For those still wanting to attend, it’s expected that, as in the case of previous AOJ sell-outs, there will be a limited number of tickets available at the door on a first-come-first-serve basis the afternoon of the concert once the artist’s guest list is finalized and any unused tickets are released.
Looking ahead, tickets are going fast for the Carla Bley “Trios” concert on Sunday, March 17th and are already three-quarters sold. Don’t miss out on this rare North American performance by one of the true living legends in modern jazz. Tickets and information are available at www.albrightknox.org/artofjazz1819.
2 pm Pre-concert Conversation: Three for the Road
Series producer Bruce Eaton highlights some of the unique trios in jazz history.
Grammy Award-winning saxophonist Joe Lovano needs no introduction: he is “the tenor titan for our times” (Allmusic), “a full-edged jazz giant” (Bruce Lundvall, Blue Note Records). Beginning with his work with native Buffalonian Mel Lewis, Lovano’s ever-escalating career led to touring and recording with the major jazz musicians of the late twentieth century, including Herbie Hancock, Mulgrew Miller, Ed Blackwell, Paul Motian, Bill Frisell, John Scofield, and Jim Hall.
His nearly thirty albums for Blue Note, thirteen Grammy Award nominations, and a bevy of jazz awards trace his development into a universally admired artist, driven to expand the jazz tradition well into the twenty-first century. Trio Tapestry, his forthcoming debut as a leader for ECM Records, is described by Lovano as featuring “the expressive beauty of Marilyn Crispell on piano, and one of my lifelong inspirations, Carmen Castaldi on drums . . . opening the door for some of the most intimate personal music I’ve recorded so far.”
Learn more at joelovano.com.