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Jazz (Music Genre)

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  • West suburban event calendar, Oct. 9-15

    West suburban event calendar, Oct. 9-15
    Here's a look at upcoming events in and around the south suburbs. Listings are subject to change. Please call the venue in advance. To submit an event for consideration, please visit triblocal.com/events. Thursday, Oct. 9 Cirque Italia: Cirque...
  • Ahmad Jamal is still surprising at 84

    Ahmad Jamal is still surprising at 84
    When Ahmad Jamal sits down to work, he's not just playing the piano – he's playing the band. With a pointed finger, he cues one musician for a solo that may last but a bar or two. With two open palms, he signals a slight crescendo, then suddenly...
  • Benefit concert for Perkasie musician: Rock for Roman

    Benefit concert for Perkasie musician: Rock for Roman
    Enjoy a variety of local music acts — from blues favorite Sarah Ayers to jazz drummer Gary Rismiller — during a Rock for Roman benefit concert. It runs 2-9 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 12, at McCoole's Arts and Events Place in Quakertown. The concert,...
  • Festival Jazz en Pinecrest y otras actividades

    Con el primer soplo de aire fresco llega también la época de la rica y variada oferta musical en el sur de Florida. Para los amantes del jazz, la música tropical y otros géneros, destacamos estas presentaciones: El Festival South Motors Jazz Series en...
  • Freebie Friday: health screenings, coffee, and other freebies

    Freebie Friday: health screenings, coffee, and other freebies
    Welcome to Freebie Friday, where everything is free.   Freebie Spotlight Free coffee Oct. 12-18 at RaceTrac   In an effort to encourage busy commuters  not  to “drool and drive.” Guests can grab a free cup of coffee, any size, no...
  • Pianist Helen Sung makes a lukewarm bow at Showcase

    Pianist Helen Sung makes a lukewarm bow at Showcase
    If pianist Helen Sung had generated half as much energy at the start of her opening set as she did toward the end, her debut at the Jazz Showcase on Thursday evening might have been considerably more engaging. Unfortunately, much of Sung's work with her...
  • Senior briefs

    Annapolis Center The following activities will be offered through the Annapolis Senior Activity Center, 119 S. Villa Ave. Information: 410-222-1818. Ray 'Apollo' Allen and company sing the songs of Motown at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 15. Trudy Marie...
  • 'Whiplash,' exquisite and painful, hits all the right notes

    'Whiplash,' exquisite and painful, hits all the right notes
    Fear. Passion. Blood. Sweat. Tears. Pounding through the beat of a drum. Screaming in the crash of the cymbals. Fast, furious, raging perfection in bleeding hands, broken sticks, broken relationships, broken lives. Debris surrounding transcendent...
  • A 'Flute' from Africa renews Mozart's musical magic

    A 'Flute' from Africa renews Mozart's musical magic
    The Isango Ensemble, one of the world's most unusual, interesting and important theater and opera companies, doesn't distinguish between African theater and European opera. Nor does the company from Cape Town, South Africa, acknowledge barriers between...
  • Upcoming events in Highland Park and Deerfield, Oct. 2-8

    Upcoming events in Highland Park and Deerfield, Oct. 2-8
    Plan now for live music and conversation in Highland Park and Deerfield during the week of Oct. 2-8. The Dead come alive Calling all deadheads, Chicago jam-band and Grateful Dead tribute Paradise Waits will take the stage at the Shed at 9 p.m. Oct. 4....
  • Round-Up: Ancient graffiti, 3-D selfies, Norway's cool abstract money

    Round-Up: Ancient graffiti, 3-D selfies, Norway's cool abstract money
    The world’s oldest piece of art is graffiti, Norway has new abstract money and it’s super-cool, an artist beats the IRS in court, and architect Moshe Safdie is totally over public-private space. Plus: architectural separated-at-birth,...