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DEC14: Brooklyn Jazz Wide Open: Rob Garcia 4 and Paul Carlon's La Rumba is a Lovesome Thing

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November 25, 2013
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Saturday, December 14, 2013, 8:00 PM - 10:30 PM

Concert Hall at Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, 58 Seventh Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11217

Connection Works presents Brooklyn Jazz Wide Open: Rob Garcia 4 and Paul Carlon's La Rumba is a Lovesome Thing

 "A prime mover in the current Brooklyn jazz scene" (Time Out New York) and "a drummer of invention, grace and considerable fire" (Downbeat), Rob Garcia will lead his quartet as they perform his "thoughtful original music delivered with rare conviction." (Jazz Times)

 Paul Carlon's Latin-side-of tribute to Billy Strayhorn, La Rumba is a Lovesome Thing, imagines the iconic composer as a rumbero in Havana, and tears through Strayhorn classics with a precise abandon born of years playing together.

 ROB GARCIA 4


Noah Preminger - tenor sax

Dan Tepfer - piano


Rob Garcia - drums

 PAUL CARLON'S LA RUMBA IS A LOVESOME THING


Paul Carlon – sax

Anton Denner - sax and flute


Alex Norris - trumpet


Ryan Keberle - trombone


Mike Fahie - trombone


Ben Lapidus - tres and vocals

John Stenger -  piano


Dave Ambrosio -  bass


William 'Beaver' Bausch - drums

About Connection Works:


Connection Works is an artist-run non-profit organization (501c3) that engages the Brooklyn community with world-class jazz performances and educational events. Our programs promote and facilitate new work by established and up-and-coming artists alike. We provide a forum that supports the astonishing number of brilliant artists in our borough. We at Connection Works believe in and encourage the practice of creativity as a means to nourish the mind, body, and spirit.
www.connectionworks.org

http://brooklynconservatory.ticketleap.com/larumba/dates/Dec-14-2013_at_0800PM

TICKETS : $10+$1.50 FEE

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

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