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Joshua Redman Trio with Reuben Rogers & Gregory Hutchinson

Sponsored by “unparalleled among horn players today” – JazzTimes Grammy-nominated saxophonist  Joshua Redman is one of the most esteemed and charismatic artists of his generation. His music can be challenging, provocative, and forward-thinking, but also hard-swinging, melodic, and soulful, with a strong link to the jazz idioms of the 1950s and 60s. He and his [...]

Joey DeFrancesco Trio

Sponsored by Jon & Barbara Topp “The man plays the Hammond B-3 with a fluidity and ease that most organists of his generation would be hard-pressed to match.” The Chicago Tribune Not much in jazz combines the churchy moan and shaking hip like a Hammond B-3 organ, and Joey DeFrancesco is one of its modern [...]

Jeff Lorber Fusion featuring Jimmy Haslip & Eric Marienthal

Sponsored by Capes, Sokol, Goodman & Sarachan, P.C. “…Lorber [has the] remarkable capacity to bring musical authenticity to everything from bebop and lyrical balladry to sweet soul and some irresistible grooves.” – Los Angeles Times In the late ‘70s, trailblazing keyboardist Jeff Lorber had become a prominent figure in the jazz fusion movement—marrying traditional jazz [...]

Kurt Elling

Exclusively Sponsored by Nancy & Ken Kranzberg  “Since the mid-1990s, no singer in jazz has been as daring, dynamic, or interesting.” – Washington Post Jazz singer Kurt Elling inspires superlatives: The New York Times called him “the standout male vocalist of our time,” while DownBeat critics have named him top male jazz vocalist for twelve [...]

The Bad Plus

Sponsored by Tim & Debbie Callihan Welcomed by & “Better than anyone at mixing the sensibilities of post-60s jazz and indie rock…” – The New York Times The Bad Plus has spent over 15 years redefining what a piano-bass-drums trio can and should be. They’ve reached audiences of all demographic stripes with genre-defying music that is [...]

Single Tickets On Sale Now

Jazz St. Louis’s 19th season presenting the uniquely American art of jazz includes imaginative pairings, solid industry mainstays, and cross-genre programming with broad audience appeal.  Single tickets for all Jazz at the Bistro and Jazz St. Louis at the Touhill showsare on sale now. Subscriptions to the 2013-14 Wells Fargo Advisors Jazz at the Bistro [...]

Willie Akins/Montez Coleman Group

Nobody swings harder than Willie Akins. For years, St. Louis audiences have been fortunate enough to have the tenor titan in their own backyard. When touring jazz musicians come into town…they want to hear Willie Akins. Recent years have seen Akins lend his artistry to the bandstands of Greg Osby and Kurt Elling. Montez Coleman, [...]

Jazz at Lincoln Center Quartet

Featuring Vincent Gardner with Walter Blanding, Kenny Rampton, and Jerome Jennings Sponsored by Ted Wheeler, Agent Jazz St. Louis and Jazz at Lincoln Center team up to present an all-star line-up of musicians from the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. Capping off a full week of work with area students and schools as part of [...]

2013-14 Jazz St. Louis Season Announcement

Jazz St. Louis is pleased to announce its 19th season presenting the uniquely American art of jazz! The coming season includes imaginative pairings, solid industry mainstays, and cross-genre programming with broad audience appeal.  Subscriptions to the 2013-14 Wells Fargo Advisors Jazz at the Bistro Season are on sale now.  Single tickets for all shows, including [...]

Cyrus Chestnut Trio featuring Russell Malone

Our temporary power outage at the Jazz St. Louis offices and Jazz at the Bistro has been restored, however, phone lines are still down. Tickets for tonight’s (Thursday, April 3) shows starting at 7:30 & 9:30 pm are available for purchase at the door. Tickets for future shows may be purchased by calling MetroTix at [...]

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