Brubeck Brothers to Pay Tribute to Jazz Great Dave Brubeck at the Kent Stage in April


  • Courtesy of the Kent Stage
Next year marks the centennial year of the late jazz and classical musician and composer Dave Brubeck, and to celebrate his life and legacy, Brubeck's sons Chris and Dan Brubeck, who began performing and recording with their father in the 1970s, have curated a special multimedia show featuring their band, the Brubeck Brothers Quartet.

Through stories told by his sons, video interviews with Brubeck and musicians he influenced, and music performed by the quartet, the show will revisit Brubeck’s life and career.

The brothers hit the road next year for stops at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and the Hollywood Bowl, and the tour comes to the Kent Stage on April 11.

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. tomorrow.

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