Come see Joe Lovano speak about music and more! Open to everyone.
Saturday, March 5, 2016
Kalani High School Bandroom K-15
$5 General Admission
FREE to Students, Seniors & Military (with ID)
Hailed by the New York Times as “one of the greatest musicians in jazz history,” Grammy Award winning saxophone giant Joe Lovano has distinguished himself for some three decades as a prescient and path finding force in the arena of creative music.
A veteran of the Woody Herman’s Big Band and the Vanguard Band, Lovano currently resides in New York City. He has collaborated with some of jazz greatest including John Scofield, Herbie Hancock, Elvin Jones, Bobby Hutcherson, Billy Higgins, Dave Holland, Bob Brookmeyer and many more.
Lovano’s illustrious relationship with Blue Note Records began in 1991 and includes eight Grammy nominations with a win in the Best Large Ensemble category for 2000’s 52nd Street Themes. Lovano has undoubtedly secured his place as one of the great saxophonist in jazz history.
Make a donation to the Hawaii Saxophone Foundation
The Hawaii Saxophone Foundation is a non-profit organization created to raise the level of awareness and education of the saxophone in Hawaii. Plans to achieve this will be by commissioning new compositions, hosting clinicians for workshops and concerts, providing college scholarships and eventually providing instruments to schools in need.