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Montalvo Arts Center - Lilian Fontaine Garden Theatre
Montalvo Arts Center 15400 Montalvo Rd. Saratoga, CA 95071
408-961-5800
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Park at west valley college and take free shuttle
Kenny Loggins travel Oct 04 2014 star this tip starred
Pegi Chesney
Make sure you check the parking situation at Villa Montalvo and leave extra early if you want to make the show.
Comedian Wanda Sykes info Sep 15 2014 star this tip starred
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30 events
14 reviews
9 stars
attended Aug 20 2010

in a few short words omg, amazing, wonderful,joyful.
loved it,yes i loved it!!!!!! thank you for a great night out......and the venue is beautiful

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10 events
8 reviews
3 stars
attended Aug 20 2010

Great to see 2 legends of jazz with Bay Area roots perform live! Perfect combination, I look forward to hearing more from them like a cd perhaps, or the release of some vintage recordings they made together at SF's Half Note Jazz Club many years...continued

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27 events
4 reviews
10 stars
attended Aug 20 2010

While the venue was beautiful and for me an undiscovered place until Fri. nite, I thought the concert was a disappointment. George Duke Trio were amazing, but all Al wanted to do was gibberish, i.e. nonsense syllables. WHile he may have been...continued

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Website

http://montalvoarts.org/events/summer2010_jarreau_duke/

Description

Al Jarreau’s unique vocals have made him a legend. The only vocalist in history to win Grammy Awards in three different categories (jazz, pop and R&B), Jarreau’s mellow and intimate groove can be heard on some of his greatest hits including “We’re In this Love Together,” and “Boogie Down.” Appearing with Jarreau is The George Duke Trio, known for releasing one of the first jazz fusion albums, The Jean-Luc Ponty Experience, in 1969.