Trumpet Virtuoso Arturo Sandoval At The Ark

. September 30, 2018.
Trumpet player Arturo Sandoval

Arturo Sandoval is a powerhouse when it comes to the trumpet. His virtuosic playing has been widely recognized throughout his career spanning jazz, classical, rock, and traditional Cuban music. Born in a small town on the outskirts of Havana, Cuba, Sandoval dove into the world of jazz, leading him to become a protégé of legendary jazz trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie. Sandoval’s playing can be heard on recordings with artists across genres including Woody Herman, Woody Shaw, Tony Bennett, Josh Groban, Stan Getz, and Alicia Keys, among many others. Don’t miss an opportunity to see this jazz giant in the intimate setting of The Ark.

Friday, October 12
8pm
$45-$65
The Ark | 316 S. Main St.
734-761-1800 | theark.org

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