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The Music of Duke Pearson
Date: March 21, 2021
Time: 8:00 PM
Location: Shadbolt Centre for the Arts Map it
6450 Deer Lake Avenue
Burnaby, BC

The Music Of Duke Pearson featuring:

James Danderfer - alto sax, Cory Weeds- tenor sax, Brad Turner - trumpet, Rod Murray - trombone, Chris Gestrin - piano, John Lee - bass, Joe Poole - drums

Duke Pearson was an accomplished, lyrical, and logical — if rather cautious — pianist who played a big part in shaping the Blue Note label’s hard bop direction in the 1960s as a producer. He will probably be best remembered for writing several attractive, catchy pieces, the most memorable being the moody “Cristo Redentor” for Donald Byrd, “Sweet Honey Bee” for himself and Lee Morgan, and “Jeannine,” which has become a much-covered jazz standard. Join this all-star Vancouver septet as they play music from Pearson's The Right Touch album released on Blue Note in 1968.

Performances & Tickets

  • Sunday, March 21
  • Live tickets $20 | Online streaming tickets $10
  • Performance begins at 8:30pm, pre-show performance starts at 8pm
  • A limited number of tickets to attend the concert in person may be available depending on current public health restrictions. Please contact the box office at 604-205-3000 to purchase in person tickets. Tickets to attend in person are sold in groups of 2 or more.
Buy Your Tickets

For more information, please contact 604-205-3000.

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