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Sunday, October 24
6pm
Ina and Jack Kay Theatre
Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center
College Park, MD

The SFJAZZ Collective focuses on jazz master Horace Silver, who along with Art Blakey was a founding member of the trailblazing Jazz Messengers. In his performances and recordings, Silver combined Latin, gospel and funky soul with the harmonic sophistication of bebop — and he redefined what jazz could be in famous tunes like “Song for My Father,” “Doodlin’” and “Señor Blues.”

Miguel Zenon, alto saxophone, Mark Turner, tenor saxophone, Stefon Harris, vibraphone, Edward Simon, piano, Matt Penman, bass, Eric Harland, drums, Ambrose Akinmusire, trumpet, Luis Bonilla, trombone.

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