Jazz Pianist Geri Allen: Tribute to Eric Dolphy at Yoshi's Oakland
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The last date listed for Geri Allen: Tribute to Eric Dolphy was Friday September 24, 2010 / 10:00pm.
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Geri Allen is an amazing composer and pianist. Since 1982, she has recorded, performed or collaborated an amazing array of artists. She’s been to Yoshi’s most recently with the tribute to Lee Morgan last winter, and previously as pianist with Charles Lloyd. Her return to Yoshi’s as a leader brings this incredible tribute to Eric Dolphy.
Dolphy was one of several groundbreaking jazz alto players to rise to prominence in the 1960s. His work with John Coltrane and Charles Mingus would be enough to solidify his place in jazz history. When you figure in his solo work, and all the work he did as a sideman, his contributions to the jazz canon is astounding.
For this gig, Geri has assembled a stellar group that features Oliver Lake on alto and bass clarinet, Don Byron on clarinets, Dwayne Dolphin on bass and the amazing Jeff “Tain” Watts on drums.
About the Ticket Supplier: Yoshi's Oakland
Yoshi’s began in 1972 as a small, North Berkeley sushi bar owned by it’s founder and namesake, Yoshie Akiba, alongside her two best friends Kaz Kajimura, a journalist and carpenter, and Hiroyuki Hori, a painter and Japanese cook. Over the next 40 years, Yoshi’s built itself into one of the world’s most respected jazz venues, earning a reputation as the Bay Area’s premier location for great Japanese cuisine and jazz music. Today, Yoshi’s is an award-winning 310-seat live performance venue with a state-of-the-art sound system and design, occupying 17,000 square feet in the heart of Oakland’s Jack London Square. Under the guidance of esteemed Artistic Director Michael Pritchard, the venue has expanded it’s focus to include broader genres suitable to a variety of musical tastes.