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March 2019

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Visiting Presenter - Rose Theater

The Orchestra Now: Fabio Luisi conducts Brahms’ Second Symphony

Renowned conductor Fabio Luisi, music director of the Zurich Opera and former principal conductor of the Metropolitan Opera, returns to TŌN to lead Brahms’ jubilant pastoral symphony. Plus, Italian pianist Alessandro Taverna joins the orchestra for Grieg’s majestic piano concerto.


Dizzy's Club

Judy Carmichael Quartet with special guest Harry Allen

Judy Carmichael is a Grammy Award-nominated pianist, vocalist, and songwriter who has hosted Judy Carmichael’s Jazz Inspired on NPR for 18 years and counting. Popular with jazz and cabaret audiences alike, Carmichael performs swinging interpretations of the Great American Songbook in addition to her own witty love songs.


Dizzy's Club

Late Night Session: Alina Engibaryan

With vocalist Alina Engibaryan.


Varis Leichtman Studio

Jazz 201: A Fan's Guide to Jazz, Week Two

The Young Music Is Radically Overhauled and Its Domain Expanded

Topics covered: Birth of the Solo, Embracing of the Dance Orchestra, Jazz Travels and Audience Growth


Varis Leichtman Studio

88 Keys: A History of Jazz Piano, Week Six

Into the Future

Where is Jazz piano headed? How has the style changed in recent years? Who are some of the innovators in today’s Jazz scene?


Dizzy's Club

Duduka Da Fonseca, Helio Alves and Maucha Adnet

Samba Jazz and the Music of Jobim

Tonight’s samba jazz showcase features three of Brazil’s most in-demand musicians, two of whom worked closely with the iconic Antonio Carlos Jobim. Drummer Duduka da Fonseca (of Trio da Paz), pianist Helio Alves, and vocalist Maucha Adnet are all experts in this music, each of them recognized internationally for expanding the worlds of jazz and Latin music.


Rose Theater 2018-19 Season

Marcus Miller: Electric Miles

Miles Davis’ “electric period” is one of the most influential and passionately debated eras in all of modern music. In this exclusive new program, one of Davis’ crucial collaborators—bassist Marcus Miller—will take audiences through an eclectic body of work, starting with the moment Davis first discovered electric piano in 1969. Not only did Miller play bass on six of Davis’ studio albums, he also produced and composed almost every song on three of them, including the Grammy Award-winning Tutu. Miller and his band will lead a wide-ranging exploration of Davis’ bold experiments with jazz, rock, funk, hip-hop, and electronic fusions that continue to resonate and inform music today.


March 2019