Joshua Redman Trio at Luckman Fine Arts Complex, Cal State LA
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The talented young dancers of Marat Daukayev Ballet Theatre perform two of ballet's most lyrical works: Sleeping Beauty and Paquita. With a sumptuous score by Tchaikovsky, a fairy tale plot of the triumph of good over evil and classical courtly style, Sleeping Beauty is the ideal production for Marat Daukayev Ballet Theatre's accomplished student dancers. Paquita is Petipa's virtuosic 1881 ballet about a young girl who saves the life of a young French officer, who himself is the target of a Spanish governor who plots to have him killed. A much-loved ballet that showcases the talents of its soloists, Paquita's choreography includes the famous Grand Pas Classique, the Pas de Trois and the Children's Mazurka. Learn More
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Redman was well on his game. The overall performance was a bit fatiguing as the music was largely open expression with little refrain/theme for the listener to connect to. He is a great free expressionist in the same line as Pharoah Sanders.
Joshua Redman Trio
Joshua Redman, sax
Reuben Rogers, bass
Bill Stewart, drums
Joshua Redman is one of the most acclaimed and charismatic jazz artists to have emerged in recent times. Born in Berkeley, California, he is the son of legendary saxophonist Dewey Redman, A jazz wunderkind during his college days at Harvard, he opted out of law school to pursue jazz and along the way has become a prolific contributor to the art form.
Joshua Redman is known for being an adventurous musician. The New York Times notes that he is “adept at writing both lyrically and rhythmically, and knows when the twain should part, creating an episode of engaging storytelling on one tune, circling the head of the tune with just four or five notes immediately after.” Joshua Redman is a genius on the road to the ranks of saxophone legends Charlie Parker and John Coltrane, but creating a realm entirely his own along the way.