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Winningstad Theatre

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1111 SW Broadway
Portland, OR 97205 United States

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February 2016

Gary Peacock Trio

February 19 | 9:30 pm

80-year-old bass virtuoso Gary Peacock has played with legends like Bill Evans, Miles Davis, and Keith Jarrett including the “Standards Trio” which toured and recorded for more than 25 years. He has also released selective albums as a leader.  His newest ECM release, Now This, continues Peacock’s innovation and prowess on the instrument. Marc Copland, pianist and longtime collaborator, states “In 1960 and ’61, Gary Peacock was arguably one of the tiny handful of a vanguard of innovators on his instrument. In 2015, you can make the same argument.” The trio that includes Copland and Joey Baron on drums revisits classic Peacock tunes, reinvigorates them, and makes them completely new. “Mr. Peacock is an intuitive musician drawn to sonorous melody.” – The New York Times

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$32 - $42

Gary Bartz Quartet

February 20 | 10:00 pm

Gary Bartz started his playing career with the prolific Art Blakey at his father’s club in Baltimore, MD. More than 57 years later, a Grammy-Award® with McCoy Tyner in 2005, over 40 solo albums, and 200 as a guest artist, Bartz has now reached a career pinnacle as a leader. He has played with Art Blakey, Miles Davis, McCoy Tyner, Pharaoh Sanders, Gene Ammons and many more.  His personal project Coltrane Rules, Tao of a Music Warrior honors the iconic saxophonist and features his quartet playing classic Coltrane tunes that would make him proud.  Bartz’s quartet for this special engagement includes guitarist Paul Bollenback, bassist James King and drummer Greg Bandy. “A soulful alto and soprano saxophonist whose career has taken him through postbop, jazz-funk and free jazz.” – New York Times www.GaryBartz.com

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February 21 | 3:00 pm

Javon Jackson, tenor saxophone; George Cables, piano; Corcoran Holt, bass & NEA Jazz Master and Kind of Blue drummer Jimmy Cobb are FOUR jazz luminaries who join together to lovingly pay tribute to John Coltrane and the music of his time. Coltrane created some of the most innovative and expressive music in jazz history and WE FOUR will explore many of these classic tunes including “Impressions,” “Giant Steps,” “Mr. PC,” “Naima,” “Central Park West,” “Fifth House,” “Like Sonny,” “Blues to Elvin,” and “Countdown” in addition to original material inspired by John Coltrane. Jackson and Cables teamed up at the 2014 Festival in tribute to Art Blakey.

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