David Murray's Baltimore Band Live Streaming Concert at An Die Musik Live

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Erin Connelly uploaded this event on October 5, 2020


An Die Musik Live
409 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD


Wed, October 7, 2020
7:00 pm

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David Murray, sax
Lafayette Gilchrist, piano
Herman Burney, bass
Eric Kennedy, drums

A special appearance by a masterful, internationally renowned artist of incredible stature. Grammy Award winning saxophonist David Murray's pre-COVID shows were sold out!

David Murray, an Oakland native, now living in NYC and Europe, has enchanted audiences around the world with his rocket-fueled streak of sonic creativity. His music defies genre boundaries, weaving a unique tapestry of sound. A co-founder of the historic World Saxophone Quartet with Hamiet Bluiett, Oliver Lake and Julius Hemphill, he has played with the greats. His awards include a Grammy and several nominations; a Guggenheim Fellowship; the Bird Award; the Danish Jazzpar Prize; Village Voice musician of the decade; Newsday musician of the year; personality of the Guinness Jazz festival, and the Ralph J. Simon Rex Award. Two documentaries have been made about David Murray’s life: “Speaking in Tongues” and “Jazzman”, nominated at the Baltimore Film Festival....

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