Ravi Coltrane & Joe Lovano

Ravi Coltrane & Joe Lovano

 

John Coltrane's A Love Supreme
50th Anniversary Celebration

Ravi Coltrane
& Joe Lovano

Thursday, December 11, 7:30pm
at SFJAZZ Center, Miner Auditorium

A Love Supreme 50th Anniversary

Ravi Coltrane & Joe Lovano

 

John Coltrane's A Love Supreme
50th Anniversary Celebration

Ravi Coltrane
& Joe Lovano

Thursday, December 11, 7:30pm
at SFJAZZ Center, Miner Auditorium

Ravi Coltrane

Ravi Coltrane & Joe Lovano

 

John Coltrane's A Love Supreme
50th Anniversary Celebration

Ravi Coltrane
& Joe Lovano

Thursday, December 11, 7:30pm
at SFJAZZ Center, Miner Auditorium

Joe Lovano
Almost Sold Out

Ravi Coltrane & Joe Lovano

Ravi Coltrane has always walked his own path. Never daunted by the pervasive influence and legend of his father, saxophone giant John Coltrane, he’s forged his own supple group approach and blue-flame cool tenor sax sound. Deciding to perform his father’s 1964 masterwork A Love Supreme on the 50th anniversary of its recording is less an act of filial piety than a modern jazz master exploring one of the music’s most profound spiritual statements. Joining him on this historic occasion is Joe Lovano, with whom he’s collaborated widely in the powerhouse triumvirate Saxophone Summit with Dave Liebman. A GRAMMY and multiple DownBeat poll winner, Lovano has been a relentless explorer throughout his career, embracing the mainstream while simultaneously pulling at the fringes of the avant garde. He has been invaluable band member with the SFJAZZ Collective, the Mel Lewis Orchestra and Paul Motian as well as a singular bandleader, leading over 25 wide-ranging albums. Rather than feeling the weight of history, Ravi Coltrane knows that the ultimate expression of love is making the music his own. With Lovano, a player of supreme depth and fluency, he’s ideally situated to seize this singular moment.

Artist Personnel

Ravi Coltrane saxophones
Joe Lovano saxophones
tba piano
Drew Gress bass
Ralph Peterson drums

"After 30 albums as a leader and at least 25 years in the spotlight, it’s clear Joe Lovano is more than a dominant figure in jazz. " — Wall Street Journal

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