Three Jazz Greats

. September 30, 2019.

Chick Corea, Christian McBride and Brian Blade come together with cuts from their Grammy award-winning 2014 album Trilogy. Corea, on piano, got his start with Miles Davis’s band in the 1960s. With 22 Grammys, he has written several jazz standard compositions. McBride on double bass and Blade on drums, each with their own impressive list of work, bring depth, power and rhythm to complete the trio. “Both are master musicians and together we have an easy rapport,” Corea said of McBride and Blade. “There is a lot of give-and-take in our music. It’s always a lot of fun.”

$17-$81 | 8pm | Saturday, October 19
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