Jazz 'n Paz Fall 2018 Concert Series Continues with Will Brahm & Homenaje

Published : Thursday, October 11, 2018 | 12:46 PM

Curated by Performances à la Carte, Jazz ‘n Paz holds its final intimate jazz concert of the fall series with Will Brahm & Homenajiperforming their blend of jazz and world music on November 4. Jazz ‘n Paz takes place at Neighborhood UU Church in Pasadena at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 4, 2018.

Will Brahm & Homenaje

Having always loved music from different cultures around the world, guitarist Will Brahm formed his world music group Homenaje, which means “Tribute” in Spanish, and release their debut album “La Mariposa y el Mentiroso” in 2017, featuring all original compositions. Brahm tours extensively with his music and plays with the critically acclaimed New West Guitar Group and has worked with artists including The Gordon Goodwin Phat Band, Kim Richmond, Jimmy Branly, Otmaro Ruiz, Gretchen Parlato, Sara Gazarek, and Jane Monheit. Led by Brahm, the group pays tribute to the support and unity of different types of music and cultures from all around the world.

With roots of jazz, Cuban, African, Venezuelan, Israeli, and classical music, they strive to bring different cultures and people together through their original music. Homenaje consists of Will Brahm on guitar, Ahmet Turkmenoglu on bass, and Latin Grammy Winner and LP Artist Diego Alvarez on percussion and cajon.

$25 for individual concert (no reserved seating). Tickets for individual concerts will be $28 at the door (cash only and based on availability). Neighborhood UU Church is located at 301 North Orange Grove Blvd., Pasadena. For tickets and more information please visit https://www.jazznpaz.com; email jazznpaz@performancesalacarte.com; or call (626) 296-9843.

Performances à la Carte is a collaborative arts events producer with a mission to create unique, original live performances utilizing multi-arts genres to showcase the diverse artistic community in the greater Los Angeles, San Gabriel and Crescenta Valley area and to connect the arts with social needs and issues that serve the public interest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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