Conducted by Paul Scea, who is music professor and director of jazz studies, and students Gregory Thurman and Pin Xuen Cheng, the concert will feature four piano quartets and a sextet of graduate students, as well as the WVU Big Band.
The program includes: “A Call for All Demons” by Sun Ra; “Caf� Com P�o” by Go�o Donato; “Butterfly” by Herbie Hancock; “Mercy, Mercy, Mercy” by Josef Zawinul; “Renewal” by Monty Alexander; “Better Days Ahead” and “Song for Bilbao” by Pat Metheny; “Stitched Up” by John Mayer; “Blackbird” by John Lennon and Paul McCartney; “Daybreak” and “Take a Break” by Pin Xuan Cheng; “Speak Like a Child” by Herbie Hancock, arranged by Bob Mintzer; “Delta City Blues” by Michael Brecker, arranged by Dave Eshelman; “Think of One” by Thelonious Monk; “Jelly’s Da Beaner” by Robert Glaspar; and “Bad Timing by John Posey.
For tickets and information, contact the WVU Mountainlair and CAC Box Offices at (304) 293-SHOW.
CONTACT: Charlene Lattea, College of Creative Arts
304-293-4841 ext. 3108, Charlene.Lattea@mail.wvu.edu
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