General Public Invited to University at Buffalo Faculty Jazz Quartet Concert

Thursday, February 15th at 7 p.m. in Buffalo, New York

Posted January 31th, 2018 on Niagara At Large

Buffalo, New York  Since forming in 2017, the UB faculty jazz professors (aka Buffalo’s premiere jazz musicians) have been presenting clinics and concerts at high schools around town in Clarence, Williamsville, Amherst, and City Honors in Buffalo.

In February the Quartet – Bobby Militello, saxophone /flute; George Caldwell, Piano;  Sabu Adeyola, contra-bass; John Bacon, drums –  will play in concert for the general public.

Location: 836 Main Street – Scientology Building

Date: Thursday, February 15

Time: 7 pm

Admission:  $10. donation at door goes directly to the musicians

Buffalo Music Hall of Fame inductee, Militello and Grammy Award winning, pianists, ‘Best Large Jazz Ensemble Performance,’ Caldwell also serve as artistic directors for the Buffalo Jazz Collective .

For inquiries about the UB jazz concert program contact: George Caldwell –  gocaldwe@buffalo.edu / 917-318-6922

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