The San Diego Sound Project: Chaz Cabrera

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The San Diego Sound Project: Chaz Cabrera

$20 – General Seating (Museum Members receive a 10% ticket discount)
Free – Live Stream Access (RSVP for link)

Event Details
Music educator, composer, arranger, and jazz saxophonist Chaz Cabrera prepares a special evening of music featuring selected jazz repertoire and original compositions. The original compositions include “Nova,” a contemporary jazz piece that explores lush chords and a simple melody; “A Touch of Silver,” an homage to Cabrera’s favorite composer Horace Silver; and “On Dusk Drive,” a tune that takes listeners back to the street where Cabrera’s musical career began. Cabrera will also choose various selections from the composers who most influenced him, such as Horace Silver, Bobby Timmons, and more. 
This program held at the Museum of Making Music features a jazz quartet with Nakul Tiruviluamala (piano) John Murray (bass), David Sullivan (drums), and Chaz Cabrera (saxophone). 

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The San Diego Sound Project
This concert series highlights emerging groups or artists within the San Diego region. The project is supported by an advisory committee that includes GRAMMY Award winning producer and UCSD faculty member Kamau Kenyatta, CSUSM Professor and Center ARTES Executive Director Dr. Merryl Goldberg, Grossmont College Music Department Chair Derek Cannon, Emmy Award-winning composer and MiraCosta College faculty member Christy Coobatis, and Connections Chamber Music Series Co-Founder Bridget Dolkas.

The San Diego Sound Project has been made possible in part by The Conrad Prebys Foundation.
The Museum's live stream capabilities were enhanced thanks to a grant from the City of Carlsbad's Cultural Arts Office.

October 29 2021

Details

Date: October 29
Time: 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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Venue

Museum of Making Music

5790 Armada Drive
Carlsbad, CA 92008 United States

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Phone:

760-304-5844

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Organizer

North County Arts Network