Dave Brubeck Quartet: Jazz Legend at Warner Theatre
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The last date listed for Dave Brubeck Quartet was Thursday June 11, 2009 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Warner Theatre
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Lorin
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Fantastic concert. Brubeck is an old man, and he had trouble standing, and spoke with a little bit of trouble, but when he played the piano, it was with the kind of nimbleness you associate with someone quite young. The music was beautiful--all of the band members were talented musicians--and seeing Dave Brubeck perform "Take Five" live was weird and surreal and wonderful all at the same time.
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This is the first time I had the chance to see this living legend, and it was well worth it. At 88, Mr. Brubeck is still very capable, and his quartet is excellent, with Randy Jones on drums (a terrific solo on "Take 5"), and Bobby Militello on...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“Graceful and agile… Mr. Brubeck is an entertainer who clearly puts energy into creating an event.” —_The New York Times _
Named a “Living Legend” by the Library of Congress in 2003, Dave Brubeck is one of the most popular musicians in the world today. His experiments with complex time signatures, improvised counterpoint, and distinctive harmonies remain hallmarks of a unique musical style unfazed by fad and fashion.
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