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Eddie Palmieri Septet with Donald Harrison & Ronnie Cuber | SFJAZZ

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Date(s) - 11/29/2013
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Miner Auditorium, SFJAZZ Center


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“Eddie Palmieri. . .has been the most consistently innovative artist in Afro-Cuban music in the United States for the past 30 years.” — Boston Globe

“…a soulful and sure-footed alto saxophonist.” — The New York Times on Donald Harrison

Eddie Palmieri Septet

  • Eddie Palmieri – piano
  • Ronnie Cuber – saxophone
  • Luques Curtis – bass
  • Anthony Carrillo – bongos
  • Vicente Rivero – congas
  • Camilo Molina – percussion

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There’s nothing in jazz quite like the sight of Eddie Palmieri hunched over the piano, hammering out percussive block chords and propelling his band deeper into an already stage-levitating montuno groove. As a leading force in Afro-Caribbean music for more than half a century, the NEA Jazz Master and nine-time Grammy Award winner was the last great bandleader to emerge from the Palladium Ballroom’s golden era. He helped spark the birth of salsa at Fania Records in the 1970s, and galvanized Latin jazz with his fearsome septet in the late 1980s featuring New Orleans alto sax great Donald Harrison, who rejoins El Rumbero Del Piano for this exclusive performance along with baritone saxophone master Ronnie Cuber. The New Orleans-born Harrison came up through the jazz academy that was drum legend Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, and has become one of the most formidable saxophonists in jazz. He’s recorded nearly two dozens albums and appeared as himself on several episodes of the smash HBO series Treme. Cuber is a founding member of the Mingus Big Band who has performed with artists ranging from Horace Silver to Frank Zappa.


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