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Curtis Brothers Quartet With Ray Vega at Collomore Concert Series at Chester Meeting House

Where

When

Sun, November 5, 2017
5:00 pm

Add to Calendar 2017-11-05 5:00 pm 2017-11-05 Curtis Brothers Quartet With Ray Vega at Collomore Concert Series at Chester Meeting House The Curtis Brothers' artistic journey began in Hartford, where the Artists Collective nurtured the brothers’ early musical impulses. Eventually, both brothers continued their studies in Boston - Zaccai at the New England Conservatory and Luques at Berklee College of Music. The brothers’ music incorporates the blues, swings hard and contains elements that blend blues harmonies with swing and Latin rhythms, indeed all the classic elements of the jazz language.
The Curtis Brothers Quartet takes bold steps towards a modern Latin Jazz sound, fearlessly pushing their musical approach into new territories. Their unique rhythmic concept is what separates them from most other jazz quartets. All of their music, original or not, is based on the percussive concepts that they have accumulated through their various musical experiences.
Chester Meeting House, 4 Liberty St false MM/DD/YYYY

Tickets

$28 5,

Musicians

Ray Vega
Ray Vega
trumpet
Luques Curtis
Richie Barshay
Zaccai Curtis
Reinaldo de Jesus
Reinaldo de Jesus
percussion

About

The Curtis Brothers' artistic journey began in Hartford, where the Artists Collective nurtured the brothers’ early musical impulses. Eventually, both brothers continued their studies in Boston - Zaccai at the New England Conservatory and Luques at Berklee College of Music. The brothers’ music incorporates the blues, swings hard and contains elements that blend blues harmonies with swing and Latin rhythms, indeed all the classic elements of the jazz language.
The Curtis Brothers Quartet takes bold steps towards a modern Latin Jazz sound, fearlessly pushing their musical approach into new territories. Their unique rhythmic concept is what separates them from most other jazz quartets. All of their music, original or not, is based on the percussive concepts that they have accumulated through their various musical experiences. ...

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Cary Hull uploaded this event on October 8, 2017

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