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Thursday, April 12 – Saturday, April 14, 7:30pm. Sunday, April 15, 7:00pm. The brightest light bringing Portugal’s soul-baring fado music to new audiences is Ana Moura, a singer devoted to the tradition-bound style that marries poetry about love and loss to sumptuously plaintive melodies. Jazz & Social Justice. Artists and songs of protest, hope, resistance, and social consciousness from throughout history to the present day. Samora Pinderhughes & Jaimeo Brown. Thursday, April 19, 7:30pm.
Two young, innovative artists share this double bill, each blending razor-sharp socio-political commentary and historical worn pointe shoes awareness with an omnivorous approach to jazz – both with deep Bay Area connections, Great American Politic – Paula West, Friday, April 20, 7:30PM, Possessed of a velvet voice and a matchless gift for lyrical interpretation, West presents a timely exploration of the political moods of America through the years, including the songs of Simon and Garfunkel, Pete Seeger, Bob Dylan, and Woody Guthrie, showing them to be as relevant today as the day they were written..
Terence Blanchard E-Collective. Saturday, April 21, 7:00pm & 9:30pm. Blanchard returns following the triumphant 2015 performances of his biographical opera Champion: An Opera in Jazz. He brings his electrified E-Collective, performing music of hope and healing from their forthcoming album Caravan, a collection of live recordings made in Minneapolis, Cleveland, and Dallas–three cities scarred by the violence and tension between law enforcement and their African-American populations. John Santos & Special Guests.
Sunday, April 22, 7:30pm, Percussion great Santos and his longstanding sextet return with a performance devoted to the Afro-Caribbean song styles born of the region’s colonial history of resistance worn pointe shoes against slavery and oppression, This show honors the legacy of the musicians who have defined their art through progressive movements of social change, whose timeless songs offered hope, courage, clarity and love in times of distress, Joe Henderson Festival, The Bay Area’s best honor the late saxophonist and composer with salutes his classic albums..
Anton Schwartz plays Page One, Thursday, April 19, 7:00pm & 8:30pm. Atta Kid plays In The Pocket, Friday, April 20, 7:00pm & 8:30pm. Kristen Strom plays So Near So Far, Saturday, April 21, 7:00pm & 8:30pm. Kasey Knudsen plays In ‘n Out, Sunday, April 22, 6:00pm & 7:30pm. Resident Artistic Director Rosanne Cash. Rosanne Cash with Ry Cooder: The Music of Johnny Cash. Thursday, May 3 – Sunday, May 6, 7:30pm. In a world premiere collaboration, Resident Artistic Director Cash and iconic singer, songwriter, and producer Cooder team up to present their highly personal takes on Johnny Cash’s songbook. Cooder is a six-time Grammy winner synonymous with American roots music, ranked in the top 10 of Rolling Stone’s “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time,” and Cash rarely performs the songs of her legendary father on stage.
John Pizzarelli Quartet, Thursday, May 10, 7:30pm, Singer and guitarist Pizzarelli is one of the prime interpreters of the Great American Songbook, son of swing legend Bucky Pizzarelli and a prolific recording artist, having recorded 20 albums and collaborated with George Shearing, Rosemary Clooney, and the Manhattan Transfer, His latest recording, Midnight McCartney, is a tribute to the former Beatle, suggested by McCartney himself, José James, Friday, May 11, 7:30pm, A deep and soulful young vocalist whose international profile has exploded in the last few years, José James has transcended his reputation as a jazz singer to embrace influences including R&B, Moroccan Gnawa music, hip-hop and gospel, On the heels of worn pointe shoes the beguiling Billie Holiday centennial tribute Yesterday I Had the Blues, James returns with Love in a Time of Madness..
Lizz Wright. Saturday, May 12, 7:30pm. Sunday, May 13, 2:00pm. Georgia native Lizz Wright sanctifies every song she sings. While she first gained attention delivering Swing Era standards associated with Billie Holiday, her music has evolved to embrace soul and R&B, steeped in the gospel of her childhood. She performs music from her new Concord album, Grace. Cyrille Aimée. Sunday, May 13, 7:30pm. The French-born jazz vocalist instills every song with a joyful mix of her gypsy jazz inspirations, bossa nova, flamenco and more. Winner of the Montreux Jazz Festival Vocal Competition and a Thelonious Monk International Jazz Vocal Competition finalist, she performs music from her latest Mack Avenue album, Let’s Get Lost – a session featuring songs by Sondheim, Monk, and Edith Piaf.
Scott Amendola, Wil Blades, Jeff Parker, Cyro Baptista, Thursday, May 17 – Saturday, May 18, 7:00pm & 8:30pm, Joe Henderson Lab, Sunday, May 20, 6:00pm & 7:30pm, Miles Festival, To commemorate his 92nd Birthday, former collaborators perform materials form his fusion period of the 70s and 80s. His compositions are re-imagined via the Indian tradition as well as the intersection of jazz and flamenco, Miles Electric, Thursday, May 24, 7:30pm, An all-star group of major jazz artists worn pointe shoes and Miles Davis alumni celebrate Davis’ electric music of the ‘70s and ‘80s, from the pioneering fusion of Bitches Brew to late career albums Tutu and We Want Miles, with SFJAZZ Collective trumpeter Sean Jones and Davis associates including bassist (and Rolling Stones member) Darryl Jones, keyboardist Robert Irving III, and Miles’ nephew, drummer and Vincent Wilburn Jr..