West Virginia University jazz musicians will perform in concert at 7:30 p.m., Monday, Feb. 10, in the Gladys G. Davis Theatre of the Creative Arts Center.

Directed by Jazz Program Director Paul Scea, along with students John Posey and Craig Fraedrich, the concert will feature four of the jazz program’s small jazz ensembles.

The program includes: “Blues for Alice” by Charlie Parker; “Question and Answer” by Pat Metheny; and “Well you Needn’t” by Thelonius Monk, all by The Sunshine Band; “Sunday Morning” by Grant Green and “Road Song” by Wes Montgomery” by the ensemble Hard Bop; “Lotus Flower” by Souljazz Orchestra and “King of the Zulus” by Lil Hardin Armstrong, by The Little Big Band; and “Azule Serade” by Victor Feldman, and “One Heart” and “Funky 7,” both by student Kyle Simpson, by the ensemble Kyle Will Save Us.

Students performing will be: Tanner Davis, Vernon Jones, Henry Loh and Matt Beeson, saxophonists; John Posey and Frank DiDiano, guitarists; Cody Barcroft and Mack Gage, bassists; Jamie Sunshine, Mitch Greco, Jonathan Taub and Ryan Mullins, drummers; Will Kichty, John Bryant and Kevin Lovering, trombonists; Colton Duvall, Kevin Shields and Kyle Simpson, on trumpet; and Chad Sebrosky, on vibes.

For tickets and information, contact the WVU Mountainlair and CAC Box Offices at (304) 293-SHOW.



CONTACT: Charlene Lattea, College of Creative Arts
304-293-4359, Charlene.Lattea@mail.wvu.edu

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