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Thanks for Supporting Jazz On The Hill!

The second year of the return of Jazz on the Hill was another success! This year we expanded our festival to include a second Youth stage in the CSM Theater - it was a smashing success. The energy the up-and-coming musicians brought to the stage was inspiring. Outside on the main stage we had a fantastic lineup starting with Kenny Washington and ending with surprise guests Pete Escovedo (Percussions), Benny Velarde (Timbales) and Roger Glenn (Vibes/Flute) who had the audience on their feet. The KCSM staff would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone involved in making this annual event happen. Without the participation of our volunteers, business community, local vendors, College of San Mateo and our loyal supporters who came to spend the day with us, this event would not be possible. Remember to mark the first Saturday in June 2015 for the next Jazz On The Hill!

Pictured (l to r): Pete Escovedo (Percussions), Jazz 91 On Air Announcer Jesse "Chuy" Varela, Benny Velarde (Timbales) and Roger Glenn (Vibes/Flute) Photo Credit: Š Curtis Anderson


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I'M TALKIN' JAZZ Sunday at 8 am 7/6

Saxophonist Idris Ackamoor with Melanie Berzon

7/13 Pianist Eric Reed with Clifford Brown Jr. 7/20 Publicist (and daughter of Jeri Southern) Kathryn King with Alisa Clancy 7/27 Vocalist Faye Carol with Melanie Berzon

THE ANNALS OF JAZZ WITH RICHARD HADLOCK Sundays at 7 pm

The sound of surprise describes both jazz itself and the enduring premise of "The Annals of Jazz." Since 1959, host Richard Hadlock has been improvising on historical themes and bringing forth worthy performers—from Armstrong to Zorn. Each Sunday, we may find Annals in Europe, Asia, Latin America or Back of Town anywhere.

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JAZZSET WITH DEE DEE BRIDGEWATER Monday at 9 pm 7/7

Triveni with Avishai Cohen and Guest Anat Cohen The word Triveni is Sanskrit for three sacred rivers, flowing together. The group Triveni is Avishai Cohen, trumpet; Drew Gress, bass; Eric Harland, drums, with music by Cohen, Don Cherry and Charles Mingus. Sister Anat joins late on clarinet.

7/14 Ryan Truesdell and the Gil Evans Project at Newport The young orchestra leader found a treasure trove of Gil Evans arrangements, learned them phrase by phrase, and made a CD (Grammy-nominated in 2012) for the Evans Centennial. Performances are rare. Truesdell brings a big band to play them at Newport. 

7/21 Bill Frisell and Music of John Lennon Like balloons floating above the Newport Jazz Festival, the guitarist and his group send up “Beautiful Boy,” “Come Together,” “In My Life,” and a piece by the late drummer Paul Motian. Frisell opens on violinist Jenny Scheinman’s stage, playing duets.

7/28 Charles Lloyd at Newport For his uncompromising, serious music, the 2011 Newport Jazz Festival was eager to present Charles Lloyd. He could bring any group, they told him. Charles said he would bring Sangam (means confluence), his east-west trio with Zakir Hussain on tablas, Eric Harland on drums, and Lloyd on saxophone. Join three musical spirits, flowing together.

JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER WITH WENDELL PIERCE Tuesday at 9 pm 7/1

SFJazz Collective: The Music of Stevie Wonder Stevie Wonder’s colorful palette and unforgettable melodies have inspired artists of all genres and generations. The innovating, energizing SF Jazz Collective takes up the challenge of the Wonder songbook.

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Fresh Sounds: Ted Nash & Victor Goines JALC Orchestra members Ted Nash and Victor Goines present two newly commissioned works. Nash's The Presidential Suite reflects on leadership and oratory with help from "The Wire" and "Treme" star Wendell Pierce. Goines presents Crescent City, a musical journey through his hometown, New Orleans – joined by lifelong friend Branford Marsalis.

7/15 Dizzy’s Atmospheres An acoustic cocktail mixed by the masters: saxophonist Phil Woods, pianist Cedar Walton, and trombonist Steve Turre. Real club jazz - shaken, stirred, and captured live at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola.

7/22 Music Of The Modern Jazz Quartet From its start in 1952, The Modern Jazz Quartet had a cool, understated style that belied its complexity, combining classical music structures with the deep swing of jazz. Our quartet honors the late modern masters.

7/29 Monty Alexander: Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra Monty Alexander discovered jazz at a Nat King Cole concert and played his first New York gig at Sinatra’s old haunt called “Jilly’s.” Alexander offers fresh, inventive readings on Sweet Lorraine, Come Fly with Me, and more – with vocalists James DeFrances and Allan Harris.


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piano jazz WITH marian mcpartland Wednesday at 9 pm

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Les Paul Guitarist and pioneering inventor Les Paul was known for his innovations in recording technique and for his phenomenal guitar sound. His jazz roots can be traced to the early 1930s when he performed Eddie Lang/Django Reinhardt styled jazz on his own radio show.

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Joe Locke Vibraphonist extraordinaire Joe Locke has recorded with artists such as Eddie Henderson and Grover Washington, Jr. and is known for the emotional range of his solo work, and established himself as a composer, bandleader and is active as an educator and clinician.

7/16 Carmen Lundy Critics hail Carmen Lundy as one of the world’s greatest jazz vocalists. Her beautiful contralto voice perfectly conveys the soul and depth of her compositions.

7/23 Jessica Williams Pianist and composer Jessica Williams has gained critical acclaim and multiple Grammy nominations for her writing and remarkable skill at the keyboard. Dave Brubeck called her “one of the greatest jazz pianists I have ever heard.”

7/30 Alicia Keys Grammy Award-winning vocalist Alicia Keys has rocked the pop and R&B worlds with her velvet voice. Keys brings the influence of jazz greats like Fats Waller to her piano playing, while her songwriting style is inspired by Stevie Wonder and Nina Simone.

in the moment with jim bennett Thursday at 9 pm 7/3

Big Money in Gumbo A special flag waver of a show (including fireworks!) with Big Money in Gumbo, recorded July 4, 2010 at a birthday celebration for Louis Armstrong, at Yoshi’s in Oakland.  With your intrepid master of ceremonies, Mal Sharpe, aided and abetted by Bob Scott, Lady Mem’fis, Richard Mayers, Jim Gammon, Dwayne Ramsey, Charlie Hickox and Denny Geyer.

7/10 Adam Shulman’s Sextet Pianist Adam Shulman’s Sextet recorded at the Sound Room in Oakland on October 12th, 2013 featuring mostly original music inspired by Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers. With Chuck MacKinnon, Harvey Wainapel, Anton Schwartz, John Wiitala and Smith Dobson.

7/17 Judy Wexler Los Angeles based vocalist Judy Wexler, recorded February 8th, 2014 at The Sound Room in Oakland. With Steve Heckman, Murray Low, Aaron Germain and Deszon Claiborne.

7/24 The Honey Ear Trio The Honey Ear Trio, featuring Erik Lawrence, Rene Hart and Allison Miller, recorded at the California Jazz Conservatory, in Berkeley, on April 12th, 2012.

7/31 The Michael O’Neill Quintet featuring Kenny Washington The Michael O’Neill Quintet featuring Kenny Washington, recorded at The Piedmont Piano Company in Oakland, on January 12th, 2014, with Erik Jekabson, John R. Burr, Dan Feiszli and Alan Hall.


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