Weekly series starts at Take 5 Jazz

A new season of weekly shows at Take 5 Jazz at the Brew has begun.
In addition to an Oct. 13 performance by singer Carmen Bradford during the Brubeck Jazz Festival, the guest list includes
Bennie Maupin, from Detroit, who plays saxophone, flute and bass. With the Joe Mazzaferro Group (Oct. 6).
Gilbert Castellanos, a trumpet player from Guadalajara, Mexico. With the Patrick Langham Quintet (Nov. 10).
Greg Tardy, a saxophonist who teaches at the University of Tennessee ¬ Brubeck Institute interim director Patrick Langham’s alma mater. With the Brubeck Institute Jazz Quintet (Nov. 17).
Keyboard player Simon Rowe, Langham’s predecessor, returns twice to the club he helped found (Sept. 8, Nov. 3).
The 2016-17 Brubeck Institute Jazz Quintet includes Timothy Angulo (drums); Isaiah Collier (saxophone); Jamael Dean (piano); Zane DeBord (bass) and Brandon Woody (trumpet).
Take 5 is located in Stockton’s Valley Brewing, 157 W. Adams St. Tickets are $10; $5 for students. Information: (209) 464-2739.
The series opened Aug. 25 with a performance by Langham’s quintet.
The schedule
Thursday: Brian Kendrick Little Big Band
Sept. 8: Simon Rowe Latin Project
Sept. 15: Randy Sandoli Group
Sept. 22: Brubeck Institute Jazz Quintet
Sept. 29: Patrick Langham Quintet
Oct. 6:Bennie Maupin ad the Joe Mazzaferro Group
Oct. 13: Carmen Bradford with the BIJQ & Voices
Oct. 20: Brubeck Institute Jazz Quintet
Oct. 27: Brian Kendrick Little Big Band
Nov. 3: Simon Rowe Latin Project
Nov. 10: Gilbert Castellanos & Patrick Langham Quintet
Nov. 17: Greg Tardy & the BIJQ

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