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Ravi Coltrane at Stanford Jazz Festival at Dinkelspiel Auditorium

Where

Dinkelspiel Auditorium
Stanford Jazz Festival

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

When

Wed, August 2, 2017
8:00 pm

Add to Calendar 2017-08-02 8:00 pm 2017-08-02 Ravi Coltrane at Stanford Jazz Festival at Dinkelspiel Auditorium Ravi Coltrane is the son of Alice and John Coltrane, but even with the weighty mantle of this unparalleled lineage, the saxophonist and composer has blazed his own path in jazz, forming deep ties with greats such as Jack DeJohnette, Geri Allen, McCoy Tyner, Joanne Brackeen, Kenny Baron, Steve Coleman, and many others. The world may have been a bit slow to recognize his strengths as a bandleader, but now — as you can hear in this intimate concert — his prowess is unquestionable. A master of multiple saxophones, he will go deep with longtime collaborators Ralph Alessi on trumpet and George Colligan on piano.


Additional info:
ravicoltrane.com
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Tickets

$15-55

Musicians

Ravi Coltrane
Ravi Coltrane
sax, tenor
George Colligan
George Colligan
keyboard
Eric Revis
Eric Revis
bass
Ralph Alessi
Ralph Alessi
trumpet
Dafnis Prieto

About

Ravi Coltrane is the son of Alice and John Coltrane, but even with the weighty mantle of this unparalleled lineage, the saxophonist and composer has blazed his own path in jazz, forming deep ties with greats such as Jack DeJohnette, Geri Allen, McCoy Tyner, Joanne Brackeen, Kenny Baron, Steve Coleman, and many others. The world may have been a bit slow to recognize his strengths as a bandleader, but now — as you can hear in this intimate concert — his prowess is unquestionable. A master of multiple saxophones, he will go deep with longtime collaborators Ralph Alessi on trumpet and George Colligan on piano. ...

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Jennifer Low uploaded this event on April 14, 2017

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