Saturday, June 18
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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Eliane Elias, piano, vocals
Marc Johnson, bass
Additional personnel TBA
“An artist beyond category.” —Jazziz
“A celebration of the vitality of a culture overflowing with life and natural beauty.” —New York Times
With multiple Grammy awards for her pianistic virtuosity and golden voice — including another in 2022 for her most recent release, Mirror Mirror — Eliane Elias is in a category all her own. Her two hugely successful recent releases, Love Stories (Concord Jazz), and Mirror (Candid Records), shows her highly personal and intimate realization of love songs made famous by Antonio Carlos Jobim and Frank Sinatra, as well as her own originals (Love Stories), and her astonishing jazz mastery in duets with the late Chick Corea and Cuban superstar Chucho Valdez (Mirror Mirror). With her longtime partner Marc Johnson on bass, and in the company of her favorite rhythm section players, Eliane invites you to share in her vision of love and music.
Co-presented with Stanford Live
Learn more about Eliane Elias by watching the videos below.