Welcome to the Stanford Latin Jazz Ensemble website! Founded by four time Grammy nominated pianist and director Murray Low, the group is
dedicated to the study, performance, and interpretation of Afro-Latin music and its fusion with North American jazz. The ensemble is considered one of the finest academic performing groups of its kind. Guest artists and clinicians have included luminaries such
as Oscar Hernandez, Karl Perazzo, John Santos, Wayne Wallace, Ray Vega, Doug Beavers, Andrea Brachfeld, John Calloway, and Jesus Diaz.
Afro-Latin Jazz Ensemble Fall 2016 Concert
Saturday, December 3, 2016, 7:30 PM
Campbell Recital Hall, Stanford Campus
$15 general/$10 seniors and students - Free with SUID!
Tickets: Stanford Ticket Office Website or call (650)725-2787
We are excited to present our first performance of the academic year! The program will consist of a unique blend of traditional and contemporary
songs spanning the entire scope of the Afro-Latin genre, mixed together in new and exciting ways. We are presenting all-new repertoire specifically
for this concert, blending Rumba, classic Salsa, Son Montuno and Jazz. The concert includes songs composed or performed by greats such as Celia Cruz,
Spanish Harlem Orchestra, Ray Baretto, Oscar D'Leon, Carlos Del Puerto, and John Santos.
Get your tickets early --- don't miss it!
Past Concert Videos & Picture Galleries!
Go to our gallery page
to view videos and pictures from previous concerts. Check out our guest artists concerts with such luminaries such
as Karl Perazzo, Oscar Hernandez and Ray Vega!
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