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The Tampa Jazz Club presents two exciting concerts, in two of the city’s
finest music venues, on Sunday and Monday, January 29 and 30.
The Sunday afternoon event, in the Mainstage Theatre at HCC/Ybor City, is a
tribute to jazz icons Stan Getz and Chet Baker, featuring a band that has
made a big impact in the Bay Area, Bop Legacy. And the following evening,
the Monday Night Jazz Series at USF will feature Eric Alexander, one of the
most prominent saxophonists on the current jazz scene, in the beautiful
USF Concert Hall.
Since he began recording in the
early 1990s, Eric Alexander has
been one of the most respected
and prolific performers on the jazz
scene, with nearly 40 albums as a
leader and countless more as a
sideman. His latest, ‘Second
Impression,’ continued a long
tradition by reaching the #1 spot in
national jazz radio airplay.
On January 30, he’ll make his
second Monday Night Jazz
appearance at USF, in the 21st year
of this outstanding series,
performing with the Jazz Faculty
Ensemble. It’s a chance to hear an
artist who has become a major
voice in the jazz saxophone
tradition, with a sound known to
fans throughout the world.
Eric Alexander’s concert is
Monday, January 30 at 7:30pm, in
the USF Concert Hall, presented by
the USF School of Music and the
Tampa Jazz Club.
Tribute to
Chet Baker and Stan Getz
Sunday, January 29, 2017;
3:00 PM
Mainstage Theatre
Performing Arts Center
HCC Ybor
Bop Legacy Ticket Info:
Eric Alexander
with the
USF Faculty Jazz Ensemble
Monday, January 30, 2017;
7:30 PM
USF Concert Hall
University of South Florida
Eric Alexander Ticket Info:
Frank Greene &
Danny Gottlieb
USF Jazz Ensemble 1
Monday, February 27, 2017;
7:30 PM
USF Concert Hall
University of South Florida
Greene-Gottlieb Ticket Info:
Jack Wilkins
Banff Project
with Sara Caswell,
Corey Christiansen, Ray Baril
and the
USF Jazz Ensemble
Thursday, March 23, 2017;
7:30 PM
USF Concert Hall
University of South Florida
Wilkins - Banff Ticket Info:

$15 Club Members;
$15 in advance
$20 day of show
$10 Students with ID

HCC Events Complimentary
to HCC Students (HCC
Events Only)

Complimentary for Children
10 and under

Tickets for all evensts also
available at the door
(cash or check only)

or online
Bop Legacy, featuring saxophonist
Austin Vickrey and trumpeter
James Suggs, emerged in 2016
with several concerts paying
tribute to the greats of jazz. Joined
by Bay Area veterans Stretch
Bruyn, Billy Pillucere, and Joe
Renda, this band has really
captured the attention of jazz
listeners, and their Ybor City
concert will focus on two of the
most lyrical and inventive jazz
players of their time, saxophonist
Stan Getz and trumpeter/vocalist
Chet Baker.
Part of the HCC Visual &
Performing Arts Series, the concert
will be at 3:00pm, Sunday, January
29 in the Mainstage Theatre.