Vincent Herring and His All Star Jazz Orchestra Presents The Jazz The Story is at the CRR Concert Hall in May … Dates: 03 May 2018 Thursday 20:00
Just 101 years ago, on February 24, 1917, the jazz music was officially on the market with “Livery Stable Blues” and “One Step” songs released by the “Original Dixieland Jass Band” community. In the 1920s, led by musicians like Jelly Roll Morton and King Oliver, it became the fifth New Orleans jazz music and allowed the emergence of stars like Louis Armstrong, Bix Beiderbecke and Sidney Bechet. In the 1930’s, jazz music shifted to the city of Chicago and concurrently to New York’s famous neighborhood of Harlem. After 1935, when the period known as the Swing Age began, many great orchestras such as Count Basie, Woody Herman, and Stan Kenton have emerged to perform more than a hundred orchestral jazz music in various parts of the USA. had a head start.
James Carter, Eric Alexander, Jeremy Pelt, Nicolas Bearde, David Kikoski, Kenny Davis and Joris Dudli will show us the music and images of that period, from this period to the day-to-day Jazz Tale, alto saxophonist Vincent Herring and his administration.
– After the concert is started, our guests will be taken to the balcony part. No saloon under the age of 7.