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Marty Morell Latin Jazz Sextet

Presented by the Al Downing Tampa Bay Jazz Association

The Studio@620 welcomes the Al Downing Tampa Bay Jazz Association as they present their final event of the season, a latin jazz concert featuring the Marty Morell Latin Jazz Sextet.

This special jazz concert at Studio @620 will feature Cuban songs by Japanese vocalist “Michiquita” (Michiko Morell).  The Marty Morell Latin Jazz Sextet will perform selections from Michiquita’s newly released solo CD “ENAMORADA”  (Besame Mucho, Sabor a Mi, Contigo Aprendi) as well as many other great Latin tunes.

Original compositions by Marty Morell, and some of his song arrangements, will also be performed.

The Musicians:

  • Marty Morell - Timbales/Drums
  • Michiquita Morell - Vocals, Bongos, Maracas, Guiro
  • Jose Rodriguez -Trumpet
  • Tony Escapa - Piano
  • Tito Quiones - Bass
  • Carlito Garcia - Congas
  • SPECIAL GUEST:  Jeff Rupert, head of the Jazz Department at USF, will play tenor sax!  (He is considered one of the best Saxophonists in the country.)

Sunday, June 10, 2012 - 3:00 p.m.

Studio @620

620 First Avenue South

St. Petersburg, Florida

Admission:   ADTBJA Members & 55+:  $18 | General:  $20 at the door | Students:  $10

Tickets for this event are only available the day of the event
at Studio @620; cash or check payable to ADTBJA only.

 

Patron Sponsors

Smith & Associates Realtors
Al May Central Art Supply Company Bank of AmericaBella Brava City of St. Petersburg Creative Loafing Eckerd CollegeHermanHOME Florida Humanities Council i love the 'burg Gobioff Foundation Florida Arts and Culture - Florida Division  of Cultural Affairs Kahwa Coffee Roasting Law Offices of  Diane Bailey, P.C.Progress Energy Renaissance Vinoy Hotel Rouson & Associates Sembler Company Stetson University College of Law St. Pete Brasserie St Petersburg/Clearwater  Convention and Visitor’s Bureau St. Petersburg Times SunTrust Bank TradeWinds Island Resorts on St. Pete Beach Trust for Public Land Tyrone Frame & Mirror USF St. Petersburg Watermark