Stanford Live & SFJAZZ Present • Summer 2022
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STANFORD LIVE AND SFJAZZ PRESENT

Frost Amphitheater, Stanford University

OUTDOOR CONCERTS THIS JULY

STANFORD LIVE AND SFJAZZ PRESENT
Outdoor Concerts July 9, 14 & 23 · 7:30PM
Frost Amphitheater, Stanford University

For a second consecutive year, SFJAZZ in partnership with Stanford Live will present an exciting series of outdoor concerts at the historic Frost Amphitheater during the month of July as a part of the Stanford Live Arts Festival. The line-up includes a tribute celebration of legendary singer Linda Ronstadt, GRAMMY-winning bassist, vocalist, and composer Esperanza Spalding, and Latin jazz legends Eddie Palmieri and Arturo Sandoval. 

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SAT, JUL 9 A Celebration of the Music of Linda Ronstadt w/ Ann Hampton Callaway, Stanford Live Orchestra, Good Lovelies, La Doña, and Special Guests
THU, JUL 14 esperanza spalding
SAT, JUL 23 Eddie Palmieri / Arturo Sandoval
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Frost Amphitheater, Stanford University
351 Lasuen Street, Stanford, CA 94305
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SAT, JUL 9 | A Celebration of the Music of Linda Ronstadt

w/ ANN HAMPTON CALLOWAY, STANFORD LIVE ORCHESTRA, GOOD LOVELIES, LA DOÑA, AND SPECIAL GUESTS
SAT, JULY 9 at 7:30 PM PT

“For sheer vocal beauty, no contemporary singer matches Ms. Callaway,” enthused The New York Times about vocalist, composer, and Tony nominee Ann Hampton Callaway. She presents The Linda Ronstadt Songbook, celebrating the life and music of the music legend in a program that traces Ronstadt’s career from her early Stone Poneys hits like “Different Drum” to later classics like “You’re No Good” as well as her big band work with Nelson Riddle. Callaway will be accompanied by the Stanford Symphony Orchestra and joined by special guests.

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SAT, JUL 9 | A Celebration of the Music of Linda Ronstadt

w/ ANN HAMPTON CALLOWAY, STANFORD LIVE ORCHESTRA, GOOD LOVELIES, LA DOÑA, AND SPECIAL GUESTS
SAT, JULY 9 at 7:30 PM PT

“For sheer vocal beauty, no contemporary singer matches Ms. Callaway,” enthused The New York Times about vocalist, composer, and Tony nominee Ann Hampton Callaway. She presents The Linda Ronstadt Songbook, celebrating the life and music of the music legend in a program that traces Ronstadt’s career from her early Stone Poneys hits like “Different Drum” to later classics like “You’re No Good” as well as her big band work with Nelson Riddle. Callaway will be accompanied by the Stanford Symphony Orchestra and joined by special guests.

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THU, JUL 14 | esperanza spalding

THU, JULY 14 at 7:30 PM

Bassist, vocalist, and composer esperanza spalding is a spellbinding talent whose soulful sound has captivated a vast international audience. The first jazz artist to win the GRAMMY for Best New Artist, she has been a collaborator with jazz giants including Herbie Hancock and McCoy Tyner and has made an indelible mark as a bandleader, releasing eight chart-topping albums including Chamber Music Society, Radio Music Society, Emily's D+Evolution, 12 Little Spells, and her most recent 2021 release, Songwrights Apothecary Lab. For this performance, she will revisit highlights from her momentous career with a superb band.

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THU, JUL 14 | esperanza spalding

THU, JULY 14 at 7:30 PM

Bassist, vocalist, and composer esperanza spalding is a spellbinding talent whose soulful sound has captivated a vast international audience. The first jazz artist to win the GRAMMY for Best New Artist, she has been a collaborator with jazz giants including Herbie Hancock and McCoy Tyner and has made an indelible mark as a bandleader, releasing eight chart-topping albums including Chamber Music Society, Radio Music Society, Emily's D+Evolution, 12 Little Spells, and her most recent 2021 release, Songwrights Apothecary Lab. For this performance, she will revisit highlights from her momentous career with a superb band.

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SAT, JUL 23 | Eddie Palmieri & Arturo Sandoval

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SAT, JULY 23 at 7:30 PM

This evening brings two Latin jazz legends together for an unforgettable double bill. GRAMMY-winning trumpet virtuoso Arturo Sandoval helped revolutionize Cuban music with the influential band Irakere. He’s recorded over 30 albums and worked with artists including Tito Puente, Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett. In 2013 he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in recognition of his lifetime of cultural contributions.

A beloved patriarch of Latin music, Nuyorican pianist and composer Eddie Palmieri has been at the cutting edge of Afro-Caribbean music since the early 1960s. The iconic pianist, composer, and bandleader is an eight-time GRAMMY winner and was named an NEA Jazz Master in 2013.

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SAT, JUL 23 | Eddie Palmieri & Arturo Sandoval

DOUBLE BILL 
SAT, JULY 23 at 7:30 PM

This evening brings two Latin jazz legends together for an unforgettable double bill. GRAMMY-winning trumpet virtuoso Arturo Sandoval helped revolutionize Cuban music with the influential band Irakere. He’s recorded over 30 albums and worked with artists including Tito Puente, Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett. In 2013 he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in recognition of his lifetime of cultural contributions.

A beloved patriarch of Latin music, Nuyorican pianist and composer Eddie Palmieri has been at the cutting edge of Afro-Caribbean music since the early 1960s. The iconic pianist, composer, and bandleader is an eight-time GRAMMY winner and was named an NEA Jazz Master in 2013.

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