Arts Commons Presents
Arts Commons, Jack Singer Concert Hall
Tuesday, November 19, 2019
*Please be on time. For the respect of the artists and other patrons, latecomers will only be seated at an appropriate break in the performance.
Saxophonist Joshua Redman is the kind of musical explorer who strikes an elegant balance between pragmatism and possibility. Adept at writing both lyrically and rhythmically, Redman and his bandmates are also seasoned improvisers, resulting in a jazz show the flirts between the familiar and the sensational. Critics and fans have been blown away by his passionate live performances, dubbing Redman as one of the most charismatic artists of our time.
The GRAMMY-nominated Redman performs with his long-time friends and colleagues pianist Aaron Goldberg, bassist Reuben Rogers, and drummer Gregory Hutchinson. Their newest album, Come What May, released in 2019, is the quartet's first recording in almost two decades.
"Mr. Redman is a supremely affable and flowing improviser, at times a borderline brilliant one, working in a glow of clarity." - The New York Times
Part of TD Jazz presented by Arts Commons.
For more information, please call our box office at 403-294-9494
The Jack Singer Concert Hall in Arts Commons is described as one of the most beautiful and acoustically acclaimed venues in North America. Home of Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, BD&P World Stage, and TD Jazz, audiences are treated to some of the world's finest musical events. The hall also welcomes a spectrum of events each season from TED talks and National Geographic speakers, to wedding dinners on the stage and rock stars on tour.
Ideal for: Weddings, performances, meetings, graduation ceremonies, and corporate events
Capacity: 1797 – Theatre-style seating 150 – Formal dinner seating 200 – Cocktail reception
Lighting & A/V: Fully customizable lighting and A/V options
Stage: Stage measures 86' wide by 38' deep.
Accessibility: Theatre seating includes wheelchair accessible Seats
Named after Mr. Jack Singer ($1.5M contribution from his sons, Alan and Stephen Singer), the concert hall is also the home of the Carthy Organ donated by the Carthy Foundation in the amount of $750,000 in memory of Mrs. Margaret Mannix. Suspended high above the stage is a laminated, 185,000-pound (90-ton) spruce-wood acoustical canopy that can be raised or lowered to tune the hall according to the specific needs of each performer.
Over its 32 year life, Jack Singer Concert Hall has undergone many upgrades to ensure that it remains a state-of-the-art performance hall, including a new million dollar sound system with state-of-the-art hearing assistance in 2004, a complete replacement of all its analog sound boards in 2014, and the future replacement of all of its seats to be completed by fall 2017.
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