Enjoy an evening of jazz with Chicago area alumni
- 9:30 PM
Thursday Aug 21, 2014
Jay Pritzker Pavilion, Millennium Park, 201 E Randolph St, Chicago, Illinois 60602
Join Chicago area alumni on the lawn at Millennium Park for the Made in Chicago: World Class Jazz series to hear Fareed Haque perform Chicago: Crossroads of the World. We will have a visible spot on the lawn. Bring a blanket, picnic food, and beverages for a fun and casual evening.
Register online here
There is no fee for the concert, but to help us plan accordingly please let us know if you plan to attend.
Few jazz musicians embody the polyglot nature of Chicago’s populace like guitarist Haque, himself the son of parents from Pakistan and Chile. Haque’s multifarious interests have often obscured just how deep and accomplished he is as a hard-charging jazz musician. For this multi-part concert, Haque will lead a straight-ahead combo with pianist Willerm Delisfort, bassist Alex Austin and drummer Greg Fundis. For the second set, the quartet will be joined by Hammond B3 organist Tony Monaco and some of the Indian and Arabic musicians featured on the guitarist’s recent Delmark album, Trance Hypothesis. --jazzinchicago.org
Contact: Alumni Office, firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is for: Alumni