The Emerald City Jazz Kings: "Clarinet Marmalade"
While the rise of jazz during the 1920s is most often associated with the raw, extroverted "hot jazz" style of New Orleans, there were in fact a number of markedly different and ultimately highly infuential variations on the new art form as it spread and developed in other regions and music communities. Jesse Cloninger and the Jazz Kings contemplate several of these variations, with particular focus on the differences between the New Orleans style as represented by Louis Armstrong and Jelly Roll Morton and the cooler, more relaxed and lyrical style associated with the work of Frankie Trumbauer, Bix Beiderbecke and Jimmy Dorsey. Look for such classics as "Basin Street Blues", "Muscrat Ramble", "I'll Be Glad When Your Dead", "Clarinet Marmalade", "Singin' The Blues", "Doing The Uptown Lowdown" and more! Chamber Music America/Doris Duke Charitable Trust This concert is eligible for The Shedd's Free Shedd Jazz Student Ticket program, which makes a limited number of free tickets to 2016-17 Shedd jazz concerts available to students elementary through college. The program is made possible by a grant from Chamber Music America and Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, and Friends of Jazz at The Shedd. Contact The Shedd Ticket Office for information.
Date & Time
February 12, 2017
3:00PM - 5:00PM
Add to Calendar 02/12/201703:00 PM 02/12/201705:00 PM America/Los_Angeles The Emerald City Jazz Kings: "Clarinet Marmalade" While the rise of jazz during the 1920s is most often associated with the raw, extroverted "hot jazz" style of New Orleans, there were in fact a number of... More info at www.oregonfamily.com/events/102033/the-emerald-city-jazz-kings-clarinet-marmalade- The John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts 868 High Street , Eugene, OR 97401 axEakIwmdzNKaowyWmiv58927