Davidson College jazz ensemble performance rescheduled for Feb. 22
by Staff Writer
he original reschedule date of Feb. 1 presented several conflicts, but the concert has been firmly rescheduled for 7:30 p.m. Feb. 22 in Tyler-Tallman Hall in the Sloan Music Building.
The Davidson College Jazz Ensemble is a traditional “big band” featuring a full section of saxophones, trombones, trumpets and a full rhythm section. The group will be collaborating with special guest artist Adam Snow to present a dynamic program of jazz standards and jazz improvisation.
Snow has been teaching percussion at Davidson College since 2004. He teaches both private percussion lessons and the West African Drumming class. Along with teaching at Davidson, he also teaches at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, S.C. and at his home studio in Charlotte.
An active performer throughout the southeast, Adam works with a wide variety of bands on a regular basis ranging from jazz and blues to reggae, soul, funk and rock and roll. Some of the more notable artists that Snow has performed with include Cyrus Chestnut, Russell Malone, Michael Spiro, Jesus Diaz, Ramsey Lewis, Nneena Freelon, John Schofield and Charlie Hunter.
The free performance does not require tickets or reservations.
For more information, call 704-894-2848.