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
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