"History of the Latin Tinge"
featuring Trumpeter Ray Vega

    Sunday, March 3, 2019, 7:00 PM
    Dinkelspiel Auditorium, Stanford Campus
    Advance Tickets: $18 general/$13 seniors & students - Free with SUID!
    At The Door: $23 general/$18 seniors and students - Free with SUID!
    Tickets: Stanford Ticket Office Website or call (650)725-2787

Join us for a special evening of Latin Jazz featuring virtuoso trumpeter Ray Vega!  Mr. Vega is an iconic figure in the idiom, having served long stints in the bands of Tito Puente, Mongo Santamaria, Ray Baretto, and Mario Bauza.  Equally adept in both traditional Latin music and jazz, Mr. Vega is internationally recognized as a key innovator and pioneer in his own right, having released four critically-acclaimed records as a bandleader combining the best of both worlds.

Mr. Vega and the ensemble will be presenting a very special evening of music.  The repertoire includes several seminal works by famous Jazz artists such as Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker and John Coltrane, but redone using elements of Latin music to give then a "Latin Tinge".  Throughout the program, listeners will be able to hear the key connections between the music of Latin and North America.

Don't miss this rare West Coast appearance by one of the true masters of Latin Jazz!

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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