‘History of Latin Jazz’

A 10-piece jazz ensemble will perform on May 19.

  • Thursday, May 3, 2018 8:30am
  • Life

John Chmaj leads a high-energy 10 piece jazz ensemble on the 100-year multi-cultural journey of jazz and Latin music.

From the early blues and swing days through bossa nova, modern jazz and popular music, Latin and jazz styles have evolved and informed each other. Featuring a full horn section, percussion and swinging vocals, organizers said this will be a powerhouse performance.

East Shore Live, Bellevue’s intimate performance gallery is proud to announce the 2018 season which includes dance, improv, theater and jazz.

Now in their fourth year, East Shore Live offers patrons an exciting diverse season line-up in a unique venue that is family friendly and includes free parking. To purchase tickets visit eastshorelive.com. All performances take place on in the sanctuary of East Shore Unitarian Church – 12700 SE 32nd St. Bellevue, WA, 98005 – near the intersection of I-90 and I-405. Admission is $20, and is open to all ages.

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