Con Brio Ft. Tiffany Austin & The Suffers
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SFJAZZ Gala 2020 After Party

Con Brio Ft. Tiffany Austin (Miner Auditorium)

The Suffers (Joe Henderson Lab)

Jan 30, 2020
SFJAZZ Center

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Original show description below.

SFJAZZ Gala 2020 After Party is an all access bash—multiple simultaneous, raucous performances, premium open bars, late night bites, hangs with Gala artists, posh lounges, & more—we’re not messing around!

All proceeds benefit SFJAZZ artistic and education programs. SFJAZZ reaches nearly 250,000 fans through over 500 concerts annually, highlighting legends and emerging stars through curated programming. SFJAZZ educates and inspires over 23,000 students each year through a range of free and low-cost programs at the SFJAZZ Center, in classrooms, and communities throughout the Bay Area.

Questions? Contact us at 415.283.0342 or gala@sfjazz.org.

Pricing

Public ► $145
Members ► $95

Schedule

10:00 PM
Welcome Party
Start the party with drinks, late night bites, and exclusive DJ sets by TJ Gorton and Weekend Girl
Joe Henderson Lab + B-Side

10:30 PM—12:30 AM
Con Brio Ft. Tiffany Austin
Robert N. Miner Auditorium

The Suffers
Joe Henderson Lab

[Con Brio] comes across like a party punk version of Sly and the Family Stone.

Consequence of Sound

[Con Brio] comes across like a party punk version of Sly and the Family Stone.

Consequence of Sound

[The Suffers] revel in the multidimensional, multicultural possibilities of their take on soul.

NPR

[The Suffers] revel in the multidimensional, multicultural possibilities of their take on soul.

NPR

TJ Gorton

A compulsive vinyl collector at heart, TJ Gorton has been actively deejaying for over 15 years, hosting numerous nights throughout the Bay Area and beyond. Specializing in jazz, funk, Brazilian, and rare African music, the Berkeley resident has opened for Roy Ayers, Charles Bradley, Maceo Parker, Orgone, Jason Moran and many others. TJ is also the Director of Marketing at SFJAZZ, and runs the vinyl website BeatCaffeine. He has released eleven twelve-inch singles, and his record collection has been featured in The Vinyl Factory‘s ‘Home Grown’ series.

TJ Gorton

A compulsive vinyl collector at heart, TJ Gorton has been actively deejaying for over 15 years, hosting numerous nights throughout the Bay Area and beyond. Specializing in jazz, funk, Brazilian, and rare African music, the Berkeley resident has opened for Roy Ayers, Charles Bradley, Maceo Parker, Orgone, Jason Moran and many others. TJ is also the Director of Marketing at SFJAZZ, and runs the vinyl website BeatCaffeine. He has released eleven twelve-inch singles, and his record collection has been featured in The Vinyl Factory‘s ‘Home Grown’ series.

Weekend Girl

Weekend Girl (Alison Sloman) turns her penchant for vinyl record digging into a friendly hang with serious potential to make you move. “What it’s all about is just getting together and listening to some great songs.” Taking a heavy lean on the old school R&B that raised her, she infuses her set with everything from Ethiopian jazz to Brazilian Boogie.

Weekend Girl

Weekend Girl (Alison Sloman) turns her penchant for vinyl record digging into a friendly hang with serious potential to make you move. “What it’s all about is just getting together and listening to some great songs.” Taking a heavy lean on the old school R&B that raised her, she infuses her set with everything from Ethiopian jazz to Brazilian Boogie.

Watch & Listen

SFJAZZ GALA 2020 HOST COMMITTEE
Denise Young Smith, Co-Chair 
Mick Hellman, Co-Chair 
Joachim and Nancy Hellman Bechtle
Dr. Molly Joel Coye
Lisa and Ken Jackson
Katie Hall and Tom Knutsen
Saori and Mike Kappus
Alison and Michael Mauzé
Ann and Roger McNamee
Lisa Stone Pritzker
Darian and Rick Swig
Joyce Stupski

SFJAZZ GALA 2020 AFTER PARTY COMMITTEE
Katie Colendich
Lyla Rose Holdstein
Alisha Johnson and Todd Wilder
Mustafa Khan
Stephanie Liu
Stephen Seto
Virginie Suos
Adam Irwin Swig
Sean Taube
Cheryl Young

The SFJAZZ Gala 2020 honoring Mavis Staples is a benefit for SFJAZZ artistic and education programs. Each ticket is tax deductible.

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