Dave Sharp brings his Worlds Quartet to the Blue LLama Jazz Club

. February 1, 2020.

Bassist, composer and bandleader Dave Sharp brings his Worlds Quartet to the Blue LLama Jazz Club. The group will perform an evening of music inspired by melodies and rhythms from Turkey, Egypt, Ukraine, India, Bulgaria and Greece. The instrumentation of the quartet features oud, violin, bass and world percussion. They perform original compositions as well as traditional music from around the world, and also incorporate jazz and improvisation into their set. They know how to create an enlightening mood and take the listener on a musical adventure filled with imaginative, spiritually uplifting musical expressions. 

7pm | Wednesday, February 26 
No cover, entertainment donation suggested. 
Blue LLama Jazz Club, 314. S. Main St.
734-372-3200 | bluellamaclub.com

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