Chino Latino Jazz Project to be featured at StreamFest 2020 (JCS)

June 23, 2020

 

Jazz Central Studios StreamFest 2020 is a 

A Festival of Live Jazz
Streaming from Jazz Central Studios (JCS)
June 26-28

 


The Chino Latino Jazz Project featuring Robert Everest will be streaming LIVE on

Sunday 6/28/20 at 5:00 PM

 

TUNE-IN at the Jazz Central Studios Facebook Page

Please RSVP at our Event Page

 

It will be an evening of custom arrangements of Latin jazz and folk favorites in a quintet format.

Personnel
Peter Shu - Piano/Musical Director
Mark Yannie - Sax/Flute
Graydon Peterson - Upright Bass
Mac Santiago - Drums

with Robert Everest - Vocals/7-string Brazilian Guitar

VIRTUAL TIP JAR
Your support for the musicians is greatly appreciated:
www.venmo.com/petershumusic

 

About the artists:

The Chino Latino Jazz Project (CLJP) is dedicated to presenting Latin jazz in the dance styles of salsa, cha-cha-cha, merengue, cumbia, bolero, and rumba/bembe. CLJP personnel includes an international cast of virtuosos from three continents. 

Music and Artistic Direction by Peter Shu.

 

Robert Everest is a multilingual vocalist, composer, and multi-instrumentalist who has been joyfully exploring music from around the world for nearly thirty years. His musical studies have been varied and often impromptu, including jazz guitar in Minneapolis, Brazilian guitar in California, classical guitar in Portugal, African guitar in Togo, Flamenco in Spain, and Tango in Argentina.  

 

This event is supported by, and in support of the Jazz Central Studios Musicians Relief Fund.

Part of the proceeds collected will go to the creation and support of the Twin Cities Black American Musicians Project.

For more information about StreamFest 2020 and the Jazz Central Studios Musicians Relief Fund visit:
www.jazzcentralstudios.org

 

 

 

 

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