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Nvjs Presents: Erik Jekabson Quartet & John Santos at Silo's Jazz Club and Wine Bar

Where

Silo's Jazz Club and Wine Bar
530 Main St
Napa, CA
707.251.5833

When

Sun, June 15, 2014
4:00 pm

Add to Calendar 2014-06-15 4:00 pm 2014-06-15 Nvjs Presents: Erik Jekabson Quartet & John Santos at Silo's Jazz Club and Wine Bar Trumpeter Erik Jekabson and his quartet performing live along with percussionist John Santos. Both Jekabson and Santos (who received a Grammy nomination in the Best Traditional World Music category for his 2009 album La Guerra No) are highly respected educators and working musicians based in the Bay Area. Together, they make engaging, sophisticated jazz that touches upon post-bop, experimental modal music, and Latin jazz. Jekabson’s compositions include the modal “Occupy,” the Afro-jazz-inspired “Like Kenny,” Monk’s “Rhythm-A-Ning” and Sonny Rollins’ “Pent-Up House.” This is adventurous, organic music performed in front of a warmly receptive audience by a band that never fails to swing. Silo's Jazz Club and Wine Bar, 530 Main St false MM/DD/YYYY

Tickets

$40

Musicians

John Santos
John Santos
percussion
Erik Jekabson
Erik Jekabson
trumpet
John Wiitala

About

Trumpeter Erik Jekabson and his quartet performing live along with percussionist John Santos. Both Jekabson and Santos (who received a Grammy nomination in the Best Traditional World Music category for his 2009 album La Guerra No) are highly respected educators and working musicians based in the Bay Area. Together, they make engaging, sophisticated jazz that touches upon post-bop, experimental modal music, and Latin jazz. Jekabson’s compositions include the modal “Occupy,” the Afro-jazz-inspired “Like Kenny,” Monk’s “Rhythm-A-Ning” and Sonny Rollins’ “Pent-Up House.” This is adventurous, organic music performed in front of a warmly receptive audience by a band that never fails to swing.

Napa Valley Jazz Society uploaded this event on May 5, 2014

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