SFJAZZ Collective

SFJAZZ Collective

SFJAZZ Collective

Music of Stevie Wonder
and New Compositions

Saturday, March 31, 8:00pm · 10:00pm
at Yoshi's, Oakland

SFJAZZ Collective

SFJAZZ Collective

SFJAZZ Collective

Music of Stevie Wonder
and New Compositions

Saturday, March 31, 8:00pm · 10:00pm
at Yoshi's, Oakland

SFJAZZ Collective

SFJAZZ Collective

SFJAZZ Collective

Music of Stevie Wonder
and New Compositions

Saturday, March 31, 8:00pm · 10:00pm
at Yoshi's, Oakland

SFJAZZ Collective

SFJAZZ Collective

The Collective’s new 3-CD set, Live in New York 2011, Season 8, was recorded in the intimate setting of the Jazz Standard in NYC. Now the band returns for six exciting shows at Yoshi’s Oakland, the Bay Area’s favorite jazz club. This three-night stand gives local audiences another opportunity to hear the band’s mind-blowing arrangements of Stevie Wonder classics, as well as stunning new original compositions. The all-star octet’s visibility and acclaim has exploded this year, with a string of blockbuster performances across the U.S. and Canada, and a set of wildly popular in-studio videos that have gone viral on YouTube. Their digital track sales have even hit the Billboard jazz chart! For those who missed the Collective’s sold-out 2011 show, this is your chance to experience the buzz of the jazz world, up-close and personal.

New 3-CD set features the music of Stevie Wonder and new compositions!

Recorded at The Jazz Standard in New York City, across a five-night run, Live in New York 2011 · Season 8 is the definitive document of the Collective’s 2011-2012 repertoire. > More


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Artist Personnel

Antonio Hart alto saxophone
Mark Turner tenor saxophone
Avishai Cohen trumpet
Robin Eubanks trombone
Stefon Harris vibraphone
Edward Simon piano
Matt Penman bass
Eric Harland drums

"The Collective demonstrates the ability to look beyond jazz for inspiration while still remaining true to its core concept " — All About Jazz
"A brilliant mix of post-bop reconstructions of the Motown icon's classics like "VIsions" and "Do I Do," alongside the groups lovingly rendered originals. " — DownBeat