UPDATE: Noel Jewkes will not be performing with the Patrick Wolff Quartet this evening at the Stanford Jazz Festival.
Trumpet master Erik Jekabson will perform with the Patrick Wolff Quartet instead, as scheduled at 7:30 PM this evening, Sunday, July 9, at Campbell Recital Hall.
Sunday, July 9
Campbell Recital Hall
SJW MEMBER: $39 | Child (17 and under) & Student (present valid student ID card) $10
NON-MEMBER: $47 | Child (17 and under) & Student (present valid student ID card) $18
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Programs, personnel, venues, and pricing subject to change without notice.
Patrick Wolff, tenor sax
Noel Jewkes, tenor sax
Adam Shulman, piano
Eric Markowitz, bass
James Gallagher, drums
“I don’t know of a better contemporary modern saxman anywhere than Noel Jewkes.” — San Francisco Examiner
There’s nothing like a jazz dialog between two great tenor saxophonists. The format has some serious precedents: Coleman Hawkins and Ben Webster, Gene Ammons and Sonny Stitt, and John Coltrane and Hank Mobley, to name just a few. Noel Jewkes has long been considered one of the top jazz players in the West, and longtime SJW faculty member and alumnus Patrick Wolff has been on everyone’s list of rising stars to watch for many years. In this sublime pairing, these two masters of the idiom will show us all what friendship and mutual respect can do in a musical setting. They’ll each showcase their own playing with one of the finest rhythm sections around, and will likely combine their sounds a bit, too