Chick Corea & Gary Burton

Hot House Tour

With the Harlem String Quartet

Hot House Chick Corea and Gary Burton

 

Saturday
OCT 20, 8PM
 

Concert Hall, Chamber Seating

$55, $50, $25; FC, GCC, STCC and 17 & under $15

A sumptuous jazz feast serving up the remarkable partnership between two of jazz’s longest-standing musical pioneers, Chick Corea and Gary Burton, performing material from their new album Hot House. They’ll offer their unique stew of “standards” — by composers from Kurt Weill and Antonio Carlos Jobim to Thelonious Monk and Lennon & McCartney. The multiple Grammy-winning duo also adds the Harlem String Quartet, expanding their legendary chamber-jazz repertoire on Chick’s composition “Mozart Goes Dancing” and classic Chick & Gary tunes. A very tasty concert.  

JUST FOR FUN! Join us for a pre- AND post-show party on the plaza with appetizers, live entertainment and cash bar. $15 of your ticket price goes to suppport tickets for kids as part of the Fine Art Center's Global Performances program for K-12 student performances. Please join us as we celebrate the new season @the FAC! Tent opens at 6:30PM.

 

Hot House Chick Corea and Gary Burton

Chick Corea & Gary Burton Album Cover Album will be released September 4th, 2012

   

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Associated Event

Creative Dialogue with NEPR Jazz á la Mode host Tom Reney

Monday, October 1, 7 p.m., Esselon Cafe
Tom will discuss Corea’s and Burton’s classic recording Crystal Silence and their subsequent collaborations, as well as earlier piano and vibraphone recordings by Lionel Hampton and Oscar Peterson, and Bill Evans and Eddie Costa.
www. esselon .com

Film

New England Public Radio presents JAZZ À LA MODE FILM SERIES
Let’s Get Lost, Monday, October 8 @ 7 p.m., Amherst Cinema, $

Documentary on the life of jazz trumpeter Chet Baker. Fascinating series of interviews with friends, family, associates and lovers, interspersed with film from Baker's earlier life and some modern-day performances.
Including live music and commentary by NEPR Jazz à la Mode host Tom Reney
Tickets are available online www.amherstcinema.org or at the Amherst Cinema box office. Presented in collaboration with New England Public Radio and Amherst Cinema. Music sponsored by the Davis Financial Group.

Sponsor Thanks


United Personnel

Pioneer Valley Periodontics

Baystate Health

Gazette

New england public radio

Amherst Cinema

UMass Catering

SPECIAL THANKS FOR GRANT SUPPORT

New England Foundation For The Arts