Grammy-winning jazz heavyweights such as Randy Brecker, Dick Oatts, and Shelly Berg run through the scales for one grooving night
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Terell Stafford & Dick Oatts: 130 albums. That’s where you can hear the virtuosic playing of trumpeter Terell Stafford. And when he pairs with saxophonist and multi-instrumentalist Dick Oatts, who himself has played with the likes of Ella Fitzgerald and Luther Vandross, the results are electric.
Shelly Berg & Ken Peplowski: Scott Yanow of All About Jazz claims Shelly Berg is “one of the finest pianists around in the early 21st century.” It’s easy to see why. His album Blackbird reached No. 1 on the jazz radio charts and his 2013 arrangement of “Out There” earned him a Grammy nomination. Clarinetist Ken Peplowski, vocalist Niki Haris, and others will join him for a showcase of Frank Sinatra and Billy Holiday tunes.
Randy Brecker and Ada Rovatti: Randy Brecker has earned six Grammy Awards throughout his career. He was a member of Blood, Sweat & Tears and Mingus Big Band, has conquered the trumpet and the flugelhorn, and has earned equal credibility among jazz and rock fans. But his secret weapon isn’t his penchant for improvisation—it’s his wife Ada. A tenor-sax player, Ada steers Randy down a mysterious, bluesy path while leading the couple’s musical conversation.