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Heath Brothers with Jeremy Pelt at Stanford Jazz Festival at Dinkelspiel Auditortium (Stanford University)

Where

Dinkelspiel Auditortium (Stanford University)
Stanford Jazz Festival

471 Lagunita Dr
Stanford, CA
(650) 723-2300

When

Sat, August 2, 2014
8:00 pm

Add to Calendar 2014-08-02 8:00 pm 2014-08-02 Heath Brothers with Jeremy Pelt at Stanford Jazz Festival at Dinkelspiel Auditortium (Stanford University) In a career spanning six decades, NEA Jazz Master saxophonist Jimmy Heath has made history with Miles Davis, Milt Jackson, Donald Byrd, Cal Tjader and dozens more. A prolific composer, many of Jimmy’s 125+ tunes have become jazz standards, recorded by everyone under the sun. Meanwhile Albert “Tootie” Heath blazed his own trail, playing drums for jazz icons from John Coltrane to Art Farmer and Kenny Barron. Together with brother Percy on bass, the Heath Brothers put out a string of albums and earned a reputation as one of the first families of jazz. Trumpet star Jeremy Pelt brings a list of credits including Cedar Walton, Ravi Coltrane, Frank Foster and the Mingus Big Band. He has recorded 10 albums as a leader and toured globally with various ensembles. Pelt was named a Rising Star five years in a row in the DownBeat Critics Poll and by the Jazz Journalists Association. Dinkelspiel Auditortium (Stanford University), 471 Lagunita Dr false MM/DD/YYYY

Tickets

$15 32 45

Musicians

Jeremy Pelt
Jeremy Pelt
trumpet
David Wong
David Wong
bass
Jimmy Heath
Jimmy Heath
sax, tenor
Jeb Patton
Jeb Patton
piano

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In a career spanning six decades, NEA Jazz Master saxophonist Jimmy Heath has made history with Miles Davis, Milt Jackson, Donald Byrd, Cal Tjader and dozens more. A prolific composer, many of Jimmy’s 125+ tunes have become jazz standards, recorded by everyone under the sun. Meanwhile Albert “Tootie” Heath blazed his own trail, playing drums for jazz icons from John Coltrane to Art Farmer and Kenny Barron. Together with brother Percy on bass, the Heath Brothers put out a string of albums and earned a reputation as one of the first families of jazz. Trumpet star Jeremy Pelt brings a list of credits including Cedar Walton, Ravi Coltrane, Frank Foster and the Mingus Big Band...

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