Big swinging sounds
Anat Cohen and Wycliffe Gordon with the SJW 50/50 Jazz Orchestra
Co-presented with Stanford Live
Saturday, July 9
Bing Concert Hall
SJW MEMBER: $34 / $64 / $89 / $104 | Child (17 and under) & Student (present valid student ID card) $24
NON-MEMBER: $40 / $70 / $95 / $110 | Child (17 and under) & Student (present valid student ID card) $30
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Anat Cohen, clarinet
Wycliffe Gordon, trombone and slide trumpet
SJW 50/50 Jazz Orchestra
Alto sax: Mary Fettig, Markus Howell
Tenor sax: Kris Strom, Jessica Jones
Bari sax: Bob Farrington
Trumpet: Louis Fasman, John Worley, Kate Williams, Skylar Tang
Trombone: Jeanne Geiger, Naomi Siegel, Sarah Cline, Ryan Black
Piano: Glen Pearson
Bass: Ruth Davies
Drums: David Rokeach
Sponsored by Michael and Bari Howard.
About Anat Cohen, Wycliffe Gordon, and the 50/50 Jazz Orchestra
“[Cohen] tells stories from her own experiences that are so deeply felt that they are very likely to connect listeners to their own dreams, desires, and longings.” — Nat Hentoff
“[Gordon is] one of the premier trombonists of our time.” —New York Times
With blazing technique, expressive virtuosity, and a charismatic stage presence, Anat Cohen has been voted Clarinetist of the Year by the Jazz Journalists Association every year since 2007. Similarly, always topping the Trombonist of the Year and Critic’s Poll lists, Wycliffe Gordon is one of the foremost musical ambassadors and interpreters of America’s music. With unmatched mastery of the plunger mute, his exceptional technique and signature sound has solidified his place as one of the top trombonists of his generation. Accompanying these two jazz virtuosi is the SJW 50/50 Jazz Orchestra, SJW’s egalitarian ensemble of women and men who are among the top jazz artists in the Bay Area.
Click here to visit Anat Cohen’s web site.
Click here to visit Wycliffe Gordon’s web site.
Learn more about these artists by watching the videos below.