VCU fall concert schedule

Along with the expected Jazz Orchestra I and II concerts, this fall at VCU will see concerts by guest trombonist Jim Pugh and Jazz Artist in Residence John D’earth. Check the list below, mark your calendar, and watch the events list at the top of this page for more details when the time comes. W […]

Along with the expected Jazz Orchestra I and II concerts, this fall at VCU will see concerts by guest trombonist Jim Pugh and Jazz Artist in Residence John D’earth. Check the list below, mark your calendar, and watch the events list at the top of this page for more details when the time comes.

W 9/15, 8p—The Tony Martucci Quartet, featuring John D’earth (trumpet), Marc Copland (piano), Tom Baldwin (bass), and Tony Martucci (drums). Vlahcevic Concert Hall, Singleton Center. $5 General Public; free with VCU student ID. VCU’s Faculty Jazz Drum Set Prof. Tony Martucci brings his quartet to our stage, fresh from a performance the previous night at Blues Alley in D.C. and leading to a studio recording to follow. VCU Jazz Artist in Residence, John D’earth joins renowned pianist Marc Copland and bassist Tom Baldwin in a performance of straight-ahead jazz.

TH 10/14, 8p—Fall Jazz Festival: VCU Jazz Orchestra I & II, VCU Jazz Faculty, and guest trombonist Jim Pugh, Vlahcevic Concert Hall, Singleton Center. $5 General Public; free with VCU student ID. A VCU BrassFest event.

TH 11/11, 8p—VCU Jazz Orchestra I, Vlahcevic Concert Hall, Singleton Center. $5 General Public; free with VCU student ID.

M 11/29, 8p—VCU Small Jazz Ensembles, Vlahcevic Concert Hall, Singleton Center. $5 General Public; free with VCU student ID.

T 11/30, 8p—VCU Jazz Orchestra II, Vlahcevic Concert Hall, Singleton Center. $5 General Public; free with VCU student ID.

F 12/10, 8p—VCU Holiday Music Gala, including Jazz Orchestra II, Vlahcevic Concert Hall, Singleton Center. $5 minimum donation requested.

Visit vcujazz.org for more info

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