Date(s) - 09/29/2013
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Bing Concert Hall
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“The music pressed forward tirelessly, heroically, exultantly, just like New Orleans itself.” — The Chicago Tribune
Treme, the wildly popular HBO television series famous for its portrayal of New Orleans music and tales of intrepid musicians following hurricane Katrina, brings its soundtrack to the Bing, courtesy of the legendary Preservation Hall Jazz Band. There’s no mistaking that historically rollicking sound of trumpet, clarinet, trombone, tuba, banjo, drums and piano improvising together as one collective, rhythmic force. Preservation Hall will be joined in concert by the special guests: Ivan Neville on vocals as well as Hammond B3 Organ & keyboards, son of Aaron Neville and leader of Dumpstafunk; Leo Nocentelli, guitarist from the Meters; and Stanton Moore, drummer of Galactic.
Generously funded by The Koret Foundation, the Koret Jazz Project is a multi-year initiative to support, expand, and celebrate the role of jazz in the artistic and education programming of Stanford Live.
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