Originally from Pereira, Colombia, guitarist Juan Gaviria will present his final recital, infusing elements of jazz and R&B into the folkloric music of South America. Gaviria and his group will be interpreting some of the great American and Latin standards as well as presenting original compositions.
Victor Wooten, Steve Bailey, J.D. Blair, and Derico Watson perform in conjunction with the Victor Wooten/Berklee College of Music Summer Bass Program. The evening's repertoire will include a demonstration of bass extremes, Wooten's solo material, and jazz classics. Students participating in the program may take the stage to show off their skills alongside the bass masters.
$8 in advance (discount applied at checkout), $12 day of show, general admission
Guitarist Eduardo Mercuri and his group perform a set of his original music. Born in Curitiba, Brazil, Mercuri is also a mandolinist, composer, and arranger.
Influenced by his father, he had his first contact with music very early and began playing guitar at age 11. Mercuri has studied with Vittor Santos, Osiel Fonseca, Oliver Pellet, Daniel Santiago, Mick Goodrick, Bruce Bartlett, and Steve Rochinski, among others.