Madison Music Collective Presents
“Jazz on a Sunday” featuring:

GABRIEL ALEGRÍA AFRO-PERUVIAN SEXTET

Afro-Peruvian Sextet

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General Admission, $20

MMC, MJS members, $15

Students with ID, $10

General Seating Only/Tickets Also Available
at the Door Until Sold Out

Sunday, December 4, 2016

Concert - 3:00 PM
(doors open 2:30 pm)

UW Old Music Hall
925 Bascom Mall, Madison, WI

Madison Music Collective’s “Jazz on a Sunday” Fall season wraps up with a concert by this world-class touring band that fuses Afro-Peruvian rhythms and jazz harmonies. Formed in 2005, based in Lima Peru and New York City, and led by trumpeter and New York University Jazz Studies Professor Gabriel Alegría, the Afro-Peruvian Sextet, has been lauded by reviewers in DownBeat magazine, the New York Times and Wall Street Journal and All About Jazz. The Sextet was named New York City’s Best Ensemble of the Year (2015) by Hot House magazine and received the Best Latin Jazz Album award from New York City Jazz Record, for their latest CD, 10. Check out their music on YouTube. READ MORE

InDIGenous Fall Series

Focusing on new, original music by local jazz artists

A FREE CONCERT SERIES which will provide a rare chance for Madison’s best local jazz musicians to showcase their own new original music (i.e., music composed and performed by the concerts’ featured artists). The Fall series will be co-produced by the Greater Madison Jazz Consortium (GMJC) and the Madison Music Collective (MMC) and presented at the UW MEMORIAL UNION’S FREDERIC MARCH PLAY CIRCLE, recently renovated into one of Madison’s best live music venues for performers and audiences alike. The Fall series will be comprised of four free, stylistically and culturally diverse concerts.

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