2010 Festival At A Glance
June 16   An Evening with Dick Hyman
June 25   A Night of Brazilian Jazz!
Luciana Souza/Romero Lubambo; plus Alegritude
June 26   A History of African Rhythms & Jazz
June 26   Randy Weston's African Rhythms Trio
June 27   Freddy Cole Quartet
July 2   The Music of Billy Strayhorn
July 3   Early Bird Jazz for Kids: Jim Nadel & Friends
July 3   Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio
July 9   Fred Hersch: Jobim and More
July 10   Early Bird Latin Jazz for Kids: John Santos Sextet
July 10   Tuck & Patti
July 11   Ella Fitzgerald: America's First Lady of Song
July 16   Mose Allison Trio
July 17   Claudia Villela Band
July 18   John Santos Sextet
July 19   Khalil Shaheed & the Mo'Rockin Project
July 20   Gerald Clayton Trio
July 21   Kristen Strom Quintet
July 22   The Music of Dave Brubeck Presented by Victor Lin
July 24   Giants of Jazz: Charles McPherson, Junior Mance & Tootie Heath
July 25   Ruth Davies' Blues Night with Special Guest Keb' Mo'
July 26   Dena DeRose Trio
July 27   Junior Mance Trio
July 28   100 Years of Django with Julian Lage, Victor Lin & Jorge Roeder
July 29   Visions: The Stevie Wonder Songbook
July 31   Rebecca Martin featuring Larry Grenadier, Steve Cardenas & Larry Goldings
Aug 1   Dave Douglas Quintet Plus
Aug 2   George Cables Trio
Aug 3   Nicholas Payton with the Taylor Eigsti Trio
Aug 4   Joshua Redman Trio
Aug 6   SJW All-Star Jam Session
Aug 7   Taylor Eigsti Group featuring Becca Stevens
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Luciana Souza Harvey Wainapel Brazilian Jazz

A Night of Brazilian Jazz!
Luciana Souza: Brazilian Duos featuring Romero Lubambo
plus Harvey Wainapel's Alegritude

First set: Harvey Wainapel, woodwinds; Jeff Buenz, guitar; Scott Thompson, bass; Celso Alberti, drums.
Second set: Luciana Souza, vocals; Romero Lubambo; guitar.

Friday, June 25 | 8 pm | Dinkelspiel Auditorium
Tickets: $34 general | $20 students | TAKE 5!


Tickets Now On Sale


“A uniquely talented vocalist who organically crosses genre borders” (Billboard), Brazilian-born Luciana Souza is equally at home singing jazz, Brazilian music, contemporary art songs, or pop. She received a Grammy award for her performance on Herbie Hancock’s River: The Joni Letters, and her 2007 release, The New Bossa Nova, was named Billboard’s Latin Jazz Album of the Year. She is a graduate of Berklee College of Music and the New England Conservatory, and was on the faculty at the Manhattan School of Music for four years. Romero Lubambo, whom Herbie Mann calls “quite simply… the best Brazilian guitarist there is,” accompanied Souza on her two Grammy-nominated albums of duets. Their “inspired excellence [and] utter musical involvement” make each duo performance a “must-hear musical destination” (LA Times).

New York-born saxophonist Harvey Wainapel truly “understands Brazilian music,” says Brazilian composer and icon Ivan Lins. “He’s got the spirit!” Wainapel has played and toured worldwide with artists including McCoy Tyner, Joe Henderson, Flora Purim, Airto Moreira and Joe Lovano, as well as his own groups. Lovano says that Harvey has “the performance attitude, which for me is what jazz and improvisation is all about.” Wainapel’s new all Brazilian-jazz quartet, Alegritude, celebrates the joyful spirit and diverse sounds of Brazil, absorbed over a decade of Latin American musical pilgrimages.

Listen:

Luciana Souza – "Adeus America & Eu Quero Um Samba"

Luciana Souza – "Amulet"

Luciana Souza – "Circus Life"

Luciana Souza – "Sorriu Para Mim"

WATCH:

Luciana Souza - Tide EPK

Luciana Souza - I Can Let Go Now

Harvey Wainapel with Jovino Santos Neto Quinteto - Comichão

Harvey Wainapel's MySpace page

Supported in part by John & Carolyn Messer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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