Presented by Guelph Jazz Festival:
A jazz legend comes to the Guelph Jazz Festival! Since bursting onto the New York scene in the 1950s, pianist Randy Weston has carved a unique place for himself in American music. One of the first to acknowledge the ideas of Thelonious Monk, and a collaborator with female jazz pioneer Melba Liston, he clearly had his own vision of where the music could go. In the 1960s, Weston moved to Morocco, and African music and culture has loomed large in his music ever since. In his African Rhythms Trio, with the great bass stylist Alex Blake and virtuoso African percussionist Neil Clarke, Weston presents his own definition of the power of jazz music: “Mother Africa’s way of surviving in the new world.”
Chose a combination of Festival shows to suit your taste and save 10-20% off the single ticket price!
Create a package of four, five or six concerts and save 10%
Create a package of seven or more concerts and save 15%
Purchase a package of all 11 concerts and save 20%
For the full schedule of events and concert details, please visit guelphjazzfestival.ca
A Seats: Orchestra Rows AA-P, Orchestra Boxes
B Seats: Orchestra Rows R–W, Balcony Rows A-F, Balcony Boxes
Please remember that everyone must have a ticket to enter the theatre, including children and infants.
At the request of the presenter, refunds are not offered for this event.