Opened just five months ago, the “sacred space” for jazz has plugged a lot of gaps for S.F.-connected musicians.
The drummer brings her four-part multimedia suite to SFJAZZ, working with the Del Sol String Quartet and dancer Babatunji Johnson, among others.
The Soraya brings to fruition a trilogy of works celebrating native California trees that are now threatened by climate change.
Brubeck’s The Gates of Justice, a 1969 piece very different from his up-tempo jazz standards, gets two performances in L.A. this month.
The store is hosting a stellar lineup on the ivories this spring, resurrecting some jazz history in the process.
The Chilean tenor saxophonist leads a pair of pleasantly experimental sets on a stage reconfigured for the occasion.
The veteran guitarist takes a musical step back in time with his four-night run at Keys Jazz Bistro.
Memorial concerts this month celebrate the lives of two Bay Area jazzmen.