Live jazz is back!

“[Joshua Redman is] a supremely affable and flowing improviser . . . brilliant . . . working in a glow of clarity.”
New York Times

“[Zakir Hussain is] one of the architects of world music.”

Joshua Redman & Zakir Hussain

with Joel Ross and Zach Moses Ostroff

Co-presented with

July 1, 7:30 PM

Frost Amphitheater
Stanford University


$45 / $65 / $85 / $110


Joshua Redman, saxophone
Zakir Hussain, tabla
Joel Ross, vibraphone
Zach Moses Ostroff, bass

Live jazz is back in the newly rebuilt, outdoor gem of a venue, Frost Amphitheater! Join us for this special performance featuring some of the most inventive instrumentalists around. Saxophonist Joshua Redman, who the New York Times recently called “sublimely lyrical,” joins the trailblazing Grammy-winning tabla player Zakir Hussain at Frost Amphitheater for a perfect summer evening of beautiful, stimulating jazz. It’s hard to overstate Hussain’s contributions to jazz, and NPR has even called him “one of the architects of world music.” Redman and Hussain have long enjoyed their musical conversations, and tonight they’ll be joined be rising star vibraphonist Joel Ross, whose playing DownBeat magazine calls “consistent currents of electricity, high-powered and full of luminous energy.” Taylor Eigsti has said Zach Moses Ostroff is “one of the most technically gifted bassists I’ve ever played with.”

COVID-19 Safety information

Tickets are sold in socially distanced pods of 2, 4, and 6. Masks are required for unvaccinated patrons and optional for fully vaccinated patrons. Read more about our health and safety guidelines by clicking here.

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