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Stanford Jazz Festival Week 2 2008     


Stanford Jazz Festival Week 2 - July 5 & 6


In This Issue
>> John Calloway Quintet July 5

>> Everything You Wanted to Know About Jazz - FREE - July 6 (2:30 pm)

>> Sony Holland Plus Five July 6

>> Special Offer: Wynton Marsalis This Sunday

  John Calloway Quintet - Saturday July 5
"Everything You Wanted To Know About Jazz (But Were Afraid To Ask)" (FREE Concert) - Sunday July 6
Sony Holland Plus Five - Sunday July 6

John Calloway QuintetJohn Calloway
Saturday July 5 | 8 pm | Campbell Recital Hall
Tickets: $28 general | $14 students

“…His work as co-director of the acclaimed Machete Ensemble and a long string of resident salsa bands has been formidable.” – Latin Beat Magazine

Multi-instrumentalist John Calloway is a cornerstone of the Bay Area Latin jazz scene. Adept at flute, piano, and percussion, Calloway was a founding member of John Santos’s Machete Ensemble and has collaborated with a who’s-who of local Latin jazz innovators, including Pete Escovedo, Jesus Diaz, Rebeca Mauleon, and Wayne Wallace. He’s also performed with legends like Dizzy Gillespie and Israel “Cachao” Lopez. He has recently traveled to South America with the Chilean jazz groups Quijerema and Teatro Arcoiris for the critically acclaimed theatre piece Poeta Pan, based on the life and poetry of Pablo Neruda. As a performer and composer, he has earned three Grammy nominations for recordings with the Machete Ensemble and the Ritmo y Candela series with Cuban percussionists Changuito, Patato, and Orestes Vilato. His most recent album, The Code, is available on Bombo Music. John is also a dedicated teacher with an M.A. in music education from San Francisco State University, and teaches both locally and in Cuba. He is currently pursuing a doctorate in multi-cultural education at the University of San Francisco.


Everything You Wanted to Know About Jazz
(But Were Afraid to Ask)Stanford Jazz
Sunday, July 6 | 2:30 pm | Dinkelspiel Auditorium
Tickets: Free
If you want to enhance your understanding of jazz or get inside the head of a jazz musician, this interactive concert is the place to do it. Starting with a well-known standard such as “Autumn Leaves” or “Take the A Train,” SJW’s founder Jim Nadel will lead an ensemble of top notch players in a tour of different jazz styles including swing, Latin and hard bop, analyzing the arrangements and highlighting the differences in approach. The inner workings of how jazz is constructed will be revealed from the artist’s perspective, as the musicians interact and respond to each other while commentary is provided in real time. Questions are encouraged in this lively and education-oriented format, designed to add value to the listening experience and facilitate a deeper enjoyment of this rich and complex musical form.


Sony Holland Plus Five Sony Holland
Sunday, July 6 | 7:30 pm | Campbell Recital Hall
Tickets: $28 general | $14 students
“…a strong and versatile voice along with a style that fits the standards she interprets perfectly.” – L.A. Jazz Scene

Sony Holland is a singer who knows her way around the standards. With a style that is once sophisticated and emotionally direct, her interpretations of the great American songbook show a deep respect and love for the material while adding an unmistakable spark of personality. Originally from northern Minnesota, Sony fell in love with jazz while spending a year in Paris and has earned a devoted following worldwide with her renditions of standards, contemporary classics, and original songs. She has made the Bay Area her home since 2003, although she now performs internationally, including extensive concert tours and residencies in Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Bangkok. Her most recent album, Swing, Bossas, Ballads & Blues is an intimate set of 16 of Sony’s favorite songs from many different eras and musical traditions, which she brings together with impeccable musicianship and true feeling.


Special Offer: Wynton Marsalis at the Flint Center (presented by Live Nation) Wynton Marsalis

Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra
with Wynton Marsalis

Sunday, July 6, 2008
Doors: 5:30 pm | Show: 7:30 pm

TWO FOR ONE TICKET OFFER - go to Ticketmaster.com. Offer code is "Jazz".

Flint Center 21250 Stevens Creek Boulevard
Cupertino, CA 95014



Thanks To Our Sponsors
Whether through cash sponsorships or in-kind donations, the support of our corporate sponsors helps to make the Stanford Jazz Festival and Workshop possible. SJW gratefully acknowledges the following sponsors for their generosity: See’s Candies, Presenting Sponsor of the 2008 Stanford Jazz Festival; Merrill Lynch; Dreyer’s Grand Ice Cream, Inc., KCSM FM 91.1, Official Radio Sponsor; Palo Alto Weekly, Official Print Media Sponsor, Stanford Park Hotel, Official Hotel Partner of the 2008 Stanford Jazz Festival; Department of Music at Stanford University; Gallien Krueger; Gordon Biersch Brewing Company; Mantra Palo Alto; Paiste Cymbals; Sheraton Palo Alto Hotel; Sonor Drums; Stanford Blood Center; Yamaha Band & Orchestral; Yamaha Percussion Division; Zildjian Cymbals.