Tucson Jazz Festival Pre-Sale

MEMBERS ONLY PRE-SALE

Member Pre-Sale: Thursday, July 20 at 12 pm

Public On Sale: Friday, July 21 at 12 pm

 HSL PROPERTIES AND THE TUCSON JAZZ FESTIVAL PRESENT:

THE HOT SARDINES
with Opener: Robbie Lee
JANUARY 12 • 7:30 pm

Fueled by the belief that classic jazz feeds the heart and soul, The Hot Sardines are on a mission to make old sounds new again and prove that joyful music can bring people together in a disconnected world.

In the last two years, the Hot Sardines have been featured at the Newport Jazz Festival and the Montreal Jazz Festival, have sold out NYC venues from Joe’s Pub to Bowery Ballroom and more than 150 tour dates from Chicago to London, and have released two albums on Universal Music Classics to critical raves and a No.1 slot on the iTunes Jazz chart in the U.S. and internationally.

The Hot Sardines - Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen
 
HSL PROPERTIES AND THE TUCSON JAZZ FESTIVAL PRESENT:
DIANNE SCHUUR QUARTET
Featuring Ernie Watts
The Bill Charlap Trio “Somewhere”
Part of the Desert Song Festival
JANUARY 18 • 7:30 pm


Diane Schuur, vocalist is as eclectic as she is brilliant. Born in Tacoma, Washington in 1953, Schuur was blinded as an infant. Gifted with perfect pitch, she initially taught herself piano by ear. She also developed her own rich, resonant vocal style at a very young age. With a distinguished recording career that spans three decades, including two Grammy awards, as well as three Grammy nominations!

BILL CHARLAP, PIANIST, has performed with many of the leading artists of our time including Phil Woods, Tony Bennett, Gerry Mulligan, Wynton Marsalis, Freddy Cole and Houston Person. In 1997 Charlap formed his trio with bassist Peter Washington and drummer Kenny Washington, now recognized as one of the leading groups in jazz.

Diane Schuur Live

 HSL PROPERTIES AND THE TUCSON JAZZ FESTIVAL PRESENT:

THE MINGUS DYNASTY
with The Tucson Jazz Institute Ellington Band
JANUARY 19 • 7:30 pm

The Mingus Dynastya nimble and expert seven-piece band, was the first band Sue Mingus organized after her husband Charles Mingus’ death in 1979. Although big bands like the Glenn Miller and Tommy Dorsey bands had continued to perform after their leader passed on, a similar legacy never existed for smaller ensembles. Because Mingus always said he was first and foremost a composer, and because he left behind over 300 compositions that deserved to be played, a band carrying on his music became a natural, if unanticipated, mission.

Mingus Big Band Promotional Video

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