Saturday, October 25, 2014 at 8:00pm

Main Stage - $36

RennaissanceJazz sponsored by Renaissance Technologies


Two-time Grammy winning salsa and Latin Jazz powerhouse, Spanish Harlem Orchestra, comes to Staller Center for the first time. Directed by world-renowned pianist, arranger and producer Oscar Hernandez, the thirteen-member all-star ensemble of musicians and vocalists brings their authentic, New York City style to Main Stage. The Spanish Harlem Orchestra has wowed audiences around the world, creating an unparalleled musical experience characterized by the raw, vintage sound of the genre.


"They make you get up and dance, tap into the good-natured, communal spirit characteristic of salsa at its timeless best." -The Los Angeles Times

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Saturday, November 15, 2014 at 8:00 pm

Recital Hall - $42

RennaissanceJazz sponsored by Renaissance Technologies


Whether she's playing a jazz festival, a rock club or a classical

music hall, Hiromi brings an incredible amount of energy to every show. Since 2003, Japanese composer and pianist Hiromi Uehara has electrified audiences and critics around the world, pushing musicianship and composition to unprecedented levels of complexity and sophistication. With her virtuosic technique,

creativity and blend of post-bop, progressive rock, classical and

fusion, witnessing a live performance by Hiromi is not to be

missed. Welcome back the dynamic artist who brought audiences to their feet at Staller Center’s Piano Jazz Summit in 2011.



"She's to the piano what a Hendrix or Van Halen are to the guitar.  Yeah, she's that good." - All About Jazz




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Saturday, February 7, 2015 at 8:00 pm
Recital Hall - $42
RenaissanceJazz sponsored by

Renaissance Technologies


Grammy Award®-winning and NEA Jazz Master saxophonist

Branford Marsalis headlines one of the finest jazz groups

around. The Branford Marsalis Quartet’s album, Four MFs

Playin’ Tunes, is a nimble and sparkling album that “matter-offactly proclaims that this music isn't about highbrow ideals,

umbrella themes or hyper-intellectual constructs; this is about

four musicians making music and serving the songs” (All

About Jazz). In other words, this just might be the Branford

Marsalis Quartet’s most sublime musical achievement yet.

Enjoy their show in the intimate Recital Hall.


"Marsalis leads one of the most cohesive, intense small jazz ensembles on the scene today." -The New York Times


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