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Dianne Reeves
Resident Artistic Director

Dianne Reeves: Music of 'Bridges'

w/ Special Guest

Feb 23 - Feb 24
Miner Auditorium
SatFeb 23
7:30 PM

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SunFeb 24
3:00 PM

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“One of our generation’s definitive jazz masters” (Huffington Post), The GRAMMY-winning vocalist celebrates the 20th Anniversary of her 1999 Blue Note release Bridges, a standout session produced by her late uncle, George Duke, and featuring a selection of lovingly re-imagined pop songs by the likes of Peter Gabriel, Joni Mitchell, and Leonard Cohen. Reeves honors the legacy of Duke with these special performances.

ABOUT DIANNE REEVES:

“The most admired jazz diva since the heyday of Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday,” (NY Times) GRAMMY winner and 2018 NEA Jazz Master Dianne Reeves is jazz’s greatest living vocalist — an artist who embodies the music’s enduring values of elegance, class and improvisational poise. Her string of GRAMMYs includes an unprecedented three consecutive Best Jazz Vocal Performance awards and another for her contributions to the soundtrack of George Clooney’s film Good Night and Good Luck. She’s a performer with a gift for imbuing any performance space with the intimacy of a living room, and her 2015 Concord Records debut, Beautiful Life, won the GRAMMY for Best Jazz Vocal Album, melding jazz with elements of R&B, pop and Latin music. Whether putting a personal stamp on lilting Brazilian standards, exploring contemporary fair by Ani DiFranco and Stevie Nicks, interpreting American Songbook classics by the Gershwin, Porter and Berlin, or breathing fresh life into holiday chestnuts, Dianne Reeves always gets to the heart of a song.

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Dianne Reeves always gets to the heart of a song.

She roams and explores, growls and catches at notes and phrasings. It is this audacity that makes Reeves’ voice an awesome instrument.

People Magazine

She roams and explores, growls and catches at notes and phrasings. It is this audacity that makes Reeves’ voice an awesome instrument.

People Magazine

Personnel

Dianne Reeves vocals
Romero Lubambo guitar
Peter Martin keyboards
Reginald Veal bass
Terreon Gully drums

The most admired jazz diva since the heyday of Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday.

The New York Times

Personnel

Dianne Reeves vocals
Romero Lubambo guitar
Peter Martin keyboards
Reginald Veal bass
Terreon Gully drums

The most admired jazz diva since the heyday of Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday.

The New York Times

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