The Mingus Dynasty Quintet Featuring Charles McPherson The Mingus Dynasty performs at the Century Room as part of their Southwest Mingus Centennial Tour! More info... Charles McPherson-alto saxophone Jack Walrath-trumpet Craig Handy-tenor saxophone Theo Hill-piano Andy McKee-bass Chris Beck-drums
Charles McPherson, alto saxophone Gilbert Castellanos, trumpet Russell Malone, guitar Rodney Whitaker, bass Gerald Clayton, piano Lewis Nash, drums This is his story, these are his songs. The second most recorded Jazz musician of all time, Thelonious Monk’s eccentric charisma, unique improvisational style, and percussive approach set the standard for – not just Jazz musicians, […]
Advanced Package Charles joins a distinguished list of Jazz Faculty Members for Stanford’s 50-year celebration. Check the link for all information about classes, performance opportunities, tuition, and auditions for the Advanced Seminar. Watch - Stanford jazz Camp: An Overview For young musicians with advanced jazz experience, SJW’s 2-week Advanced Package program features a 13-day immersion […]
The “world’s largest free jazz festival” is back live in Detroit on Labor Day weekend from Sept. 2-5. Charles McPherson Quintet performs on September 4th. Charles McPherson Quintet Brian Lynch-trumpet Rodney Whitaker-bass Jeb Patton-piano Billy Drummond-drums The festival will take place in person at Hart Plaza and Campus Martius Park for the first time since […]
Director of Jazz Studies Rodney Whitaker brings 2022 Detroit Jazz Legacy Honorary Charles McPherson in for the day. Jazz Studies at Michigan State University is committed to the highest level of performance, mentoring, education, and community outreach, providing numerous opportunities with world-renowned faculty.
The Langston Hughes Cultural Society and partners invite the public to a "Meet the Artist" event at the Downtown Black History & Performing Arts Mural on Sunday, September 18th, 2022, from 2pm to 4pm. The mural is located at the intersection of 1st and Main Streets on the North side of Bruce's Point of […]