DC Jazz Calendar

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* Antonio Parker & Friends 6:00 pm
* Antonio Parker & Friends @ Westminster Presbyterian Church
Mar 8 @ 6:00 pm
The alto saxophonist Antonio Parker’s playing is doggedly swinging, soulful and colored by a bright, aggressive tone. He casually sprinkles neo-soul and R&B influences into his otherwise straight-ahead bop, and his improvisation shows a redolence[...]
* Sharón Clark 6:00 pm
* Sharón Clark @ Westminster Presbyterian Church
Mar 8 @ 6:00 pm
Vocalist Sharón Clark has a powerful voice and tends to sing a combination of Great American Songbook standards and postwar pop tunes.
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Flutefest 6:00 pm
Flutefest @ Westminster Presbyterian Church
Mar 15 @ 6:00 pm
Bill Haymon, Arch Thompson and Jamal Brown, three of the most dedicated flutists in the D.C. scene, trade licks and riffs over a straight-ahead sextet.
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* Marshall Keys 9:30 pm
* Marshall Keys @ Jojo Restaurant & Bar
Mar 16 @ 9:30 pm
Marshall Keys’ saxophone can sing the blues or swing to the rhythms of bebop with a laid-back sense of cool.
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* The “Maurice’s Black History Month Salute” Memorial Combo 6:00 pm
* The “Maurice’s Black History Month Salute” Memorial Combo @ Westminster Presbyterian Church
Mar 29 @ 6:00 pm
Every year at Westminster Presbyterian, Maurice Lyles rangs in Black History Month with an expert straight-ahead group in celebration of Black American music. Tony Green takes up the sticks to re-ingite this cerished DC jazz tradition.[...]
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* Gary Clark Jr. 8:00 pm
* Gary Clark Jr.
Mar 30 @ 8:00 pm
Guitarist and singer Gary Clark Jr. emerged out of the blues scene in Austin, Texas, hailed by the rock press as the heir to Texas-style blues guitarists like Stevie Ray and Jimmy Vaughan. As much[...]
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