Sunday, July 20 Rob Tardik & Gabriel Hasselbach
Sunday, July 27 Warren Hill
Sunday, August 3 Cindy Bradley
Sunday, August 10 Four80East
Sunday, August 17 Jeff Lorber
Assiniboine Park, 55 Pavilion Crescent, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3P 2N6
Mark you calendars July 11, 18, 25, August 1 -
Wonderland of the Americas Mall Amphitheater, 4522 Fredericksburg Rd.
Free General Admission. Outdoor seating on the amphitheater lawn is free on a first-come, first-served basis. Typically jazz fans begin reserving their spots with blankets and lawn chairs the morning of each concert. No coolers allowed – food and beverages are available for purchase at a variety of booths, as well as the adjacent food court inside Wonderland of the Americas.
For more information, please visit sanantoniocentral.org or call 210-732-0055.
Thursday, April 3
A Tribute to Jazz Cabaret
7pm – 10pm $55
The festival opens with an unforgettable evening of music, comedy and performance art.
Described as a multi-talented cabaret/jazz singer/pianist/entertainer, Roxanna Ward is notorious for her swinging renditions of classic tunes and vivacious stage presence. Also performing is the quick witted comedienne, Karen Williams known for her biting and esoteric humor, and who the San Francisco Chronicle says, “will be sure to tickle your funny bone!” Rounding out the night is the winner of Fifth Annual Gwendolyn Brooks Competition, and 2003 Lambda Literary Award nominee, CC Carter, an insightful, sensual, improvisational performance artist and jazz poet. The chemistry between the threesome is electrifying and their spontaneous energy will leave the audience wanting more.
The Escena Country Club, Clubhouse and Grill
1100 Clubhouse View Dr., Palm Springs, CA 92262
We are celebrating our “Sweet Sixteen” this year our 16th year of Seabreeze Jazz Festivals. And this year we would like to thank Wyndham Vacation Rentals for being our presenting sponsor again. The line-ip is already published here.
Among the artists of the upcoming event are Dave Koz, Will Downing, Trombone Shorty, Brian Culbertson, Richard Elliot, Mindi Abair, Gerald Albright, Norman Brown, Brian Simpson, The Family Stone, Cindy Bradley, Kim Waters, Nick Colionne, Jonathan Butler, Phil Perry, Maysa, Eric Darius, Everette Harp, Chuck Loeb, Chieli Minucci & Special EFX, Jeff Lorber, Alex Bugnon, Vincent Ingala, Julian Vaughn, Lin Rountree, Jonathan Fritzén, Lebron, Nicola Cole and many more.
April 23 – 27, 2014
Pier Park Amphitheater, Pier Park Dr, Panama City Beach, Florida
Trumpet | Saturday, September 14, 2013 at 08:00 pm
A native of Buffalo, New York, Cindy Bradley started playing the piano when she was six. At fourth grade she picked the trumpet by accident, which turned out to be a life and career defining fluke. By 12, she was performing professionally with a Buffalo area jazz band that consisted of promising musicians, ages 12-17, which emulated the big bands of the 1940s. She played with many jazz groups over the years, but it was with this group that she fell in love with performance, jazz, and especially the trumpet.
After a bachelor’s degree in jazz studies, she went to the New England Conservatory to study for her master’s in jazz trumpet performance. After earning her degrees, Cindy immediately headed to the New York City area and immersed herself in the vibrant jazz scene, discovering equal passions for straight ahead be-bop and contemporary jazz, as well as funk, Top 40, R&B and jazz fusion. The bands she was involved with played clubs as well as high profile events like the Emmy Awards and even the Super Bowl.
Calling her 2009 album “Bloom” proved prophetic, as the multi-talented performer blossomed into a powerful and charismatic presence at radio and on the contemporary jazz festival circuit. Along the way, Cindy performed everywhere from the River Raisin’ Jazz Festival in Monroe, Michigan, to the Dubai Jazz Fest. She won Best New Artist at the American Smooth Jazz Awards and was named Debut Artist of the Year by the Catalina Island Jazz Trax Festival and Smooth Jazz News. With the release of “Unscripted” (2011), her latest recording, Cindy Bradley is not only keeping the trumpet and flugelhorn hip and grooving lead jazz instruments like her late great heroes Freddie Hubbard, Lee Morgan and Blue Mitchell. The first single “Massive Transit” reached #1 on Billboard’s singles chart for 6 weeks in 2012 followed by “Deja Blue” on #2 and “Lifted” on #5.
Here you can order your exclusive hotel package:
2 nights (September 13-15, 2013) incl. breakfast & all concerts: from 228,00 Euro per person in a double room
Concert tickets per day (without hotel): from 46,00 Euro per person
Alex Bugnon performs with special guests Cindy Bradley & Nelson Rangell on the Old Morrison front lawn on the campus of Transylvania University, 300 North Broadway, Lexington, Kentucky.
Saturday, August 10, 2013
Gates open at 5:30 pm; Concert starts at 7:30 pm
Call (859) 255-2653 for more information.