A live saxophone performance from Brad Linde — presented by the Washington Performing Arts’ Mars Urban Arts Initiative

Upcoming Event
Saturday, October 20, 2018 - 6:00pm

In anticipation of Nate Chinen's 7 p.m. presentation for his book Playing Changes: Jazz for the New Century, Politics and Prose is proud to partner with the Washington Performing Arts’ Mars Urban Arts Initiative to present renowned D.C.-based saxophonist Brad Linde, described as “the capital city’s contemporary cool king” by Capitalbop, for an exclusive solo performance. Linde, also active as a bandleader, composer, and presenter in the Washington, D.C. metro area, is the Director of Jazz and Creative Instrumental Music at Georgetown Day School and is on the faculty at Levine Music. Linde founded and began co-directing the Bohemian Caverns Jazz Orchestra in 2010, directs the Brad Linde Ensemble, and is a member of Third Wheel, Underwater Ghost, Team Players, and Gingerbred.

 

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