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30th Annual Purdue Jazz Festival
Friday, Jan. 17, 2020 / 8:00 pm

The Artemis sextet gathers their genius for selections spanning Theolonius Monk to the Beatles – presented with passion, power and sensitivity. Jazz Fest participants can order group tickets by calling 765-495-3933.

“Their set played like an expertly crafted mixtape, moving from a knotty version of Thelonious Monk’s Brilliant Corners to a surprisingly dramatic arrangement of the Beatles’ ‘Fool on the Hill.’” – Rolling Stone

True to its Greek goddess namesake, the all-star jazz supergroup Artemis draws back its bow and strikes true at high-wire interplay and pure joy. Hailing from America, Canada, Israel, Chile and Japan, the sextet features Renee Rosnes (piano / musical director), Ingrid Jensen (trumpet), Anat Cohen (clarinet), Noriko Ueda (bass), Allison Miller (drums) and tenor saxophonist Melissa Aldana, the latter of whom Convocations presented to sold-out Carnahan Hall crowds in 2014. Regularly leading their own bands, the artists of Artemis gather their genius for selections spanning Thelonious Monk to the Beatles—presented with passion, power and sensitivity. This performance represents Convocations’ kick-off contribution to the 30th annual Purdue Jazz Festival, a Purdue University Bands event bringing more than 2,500 middle- and high-school students to campus for clinics and concerts.

Join composer, jazz pianist and music educator Dr. Judd Danby for a pre-show discussion.

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