Chick Corea and Gary Burton: Jazz Legends Revisit Crystal Silence at UCLA's Royce Hall
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The legendary Chick Corea returns to Royce Hall, in a duet with long-running collaborator and vibraphone great Gary Burton for an electric revival of their classic 1972 album Crystal Silence.
A constantly evolving artist, Corea bridges every facet of modern music, from acoustic and electric jazz to full-orchestra classical with his distinct, adventurous voice, style and irrepressible showmanship.
Over the course of 40 years, Burton has attracted audiences from both sides of the jazz-rock spectrum. An early progenitor of the jazz fusion phenomenon, he borrows rhythms and sonorities from rock, while maintaining jazz’s emphasis on improvisation and harmonic complexity.