SFJAZZ has prepared an amazing array of concerts for its 2021-2022 season, including the official reopening of the venue for live shows on 23 September.
The arts organization announced the lineup today and includes over 300 concerts, including Joshua Redmayne, Branford Marsalis, SFJAZZ Collective, Snarky Puppy, Ravi Coltrane, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Jos James, Pink Martini, Nicolas Berde, Destani Wolf tasks such as , Jackie Naylor, The Cleismatics, Adam Schulman, Rova Saxophone Quartet, Mike Clark, Mike Zilber, Maceo Parker, Chris Botti, Destiny Muhammad, Diana Gameros, John Zhang, Jazz Sawyer, Cecil McLaurin Salvant, Brad Mehldau, Rosanne Cash, Connie Han , Ben Monder, Mimi Foxx, John Scofield, Keb ‘Mo’, Chronos Quartet and Artemis.
The sale of tickets will begin on July 29 at 11 am and for the general public at 11 am. 5. Go to sfjazz.org To view the full schedule and purchase tickets.
After closing from the beginning of 2020 – like basically every other performing arts venue – due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco will celebrate its official reopening on September 23 with a performance by pianist Chris Bowers . The Thelonious Monk competition winner, known for his soundtrack work for “Bridgeton” and “Green Book”, will play the first full-capacity concert at the venue since March 2020.
The Bowers Show kicks off a full weekend of reopening festivities, including a concert with Zakir Hussain, Eric Harland and Abos Kosimov on September 24 and Pat Metheny’s side-by-side featuring James Francis and Joe Dyson on September 25. Two shows are included with the Eye Project. -26.
“Over the past 18 months, we have all been torn with the rhythm of everyday life and the SFJAZZ 2021-2022 season, and in what marks our 39th year, we – the cast, staff and board – look forward to a new rhythm. and welcoming the audience to the SFJAZZ Center,” the organization’s founder and executive artistic director Randall Kline said in a statement. “As we return to a new rhythm, it is very important to come together around joyful live music that can inspire us to heal – and possibly help heal the world around us.”