“VOICE OF THE TRUMPET” WITH THE EDGAR CROCKETT QUARTET
May 15th, POLYRHYTHMS Third
"Voice of the Trumpet", the theme for this concert, is Inspired by Jimmy Heath's classic, "The Voice of the Saxophone." The Edgar Crockett Quartet will explore the great vocal standards of yesterday with a contemporary flair.
This May 15th installment of the Third Sunday Jazz Series features the Edgar Crockett Jazz Quartet with Corey Kendrick – Piano, Ron Wilson – Bass – Manuel Lopez III – Drums and Vocals.
Edgar Crockett has performed with Jimmy Heath, David Sanchez, Vincent Herring, Louie Bellson, Clark Terry, Danillo Perez, Willie Pickens, Stefon Harris, Ray Charles and many other jazz legends. He holds a Ph.D. in composition from the University of Iowa and is currently a professor of music at Black Hawk College in Moline, Illinois.
Polyrhythms Third Sunday Jazz Workshop & Matinee Series at the RME’s Redstone Room, May 15th, features an all-ages workshop at , and a matinee performance from . Admission to the workshop is Free for Kids and $5 for adults. General admission for the concert is $10 or $15 for reserved seating. For ticket information, call Polyrhythms: 309 373-0790. For additional information, visit our website: www.polyrhythms.org.
Doors open at pm. Come experience jazz like it was meant to be enjoyed“LIVE”. Delight in some of the best jazz in the Quad Cities and enjoy selections of legendary jazz artists at Polyrhythms Third Sunday Jazz Series; Sunday, May 15th,featuring the Edgar Crockett Quintet.
Polyrhythms Third Sunday Jazz Series is made possible with major support of the Riverboat Development Authority, the Scott County Regional Authority, the RME and QCArts as well as the support of Hotel Davenport, Bowman Accounting, KALA, Peeples Heating & Air Conditioning, the Austin Family Charitable Fund, Cribbs Landscaping, the Goldstein Family Foundation, Greatest Grains, and DJ Mixxin Mel.
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by Melvin Hawkins Added December 1, 2012 at 1:53pm