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Miguel Zenon Duos with Luis Perdomo and Paoli Mejias at SFJAZZ Center

Marshall Lamm uploaded this event on December 17, 2012


201 Franklin Street
San Francisco, CA


Sun, June 2, 2013

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Miguel Zenon
saxophone, alto
Luis Perdomo
Paoli Mejias


As a founding member of the SFJAZZ Collective in 2004, alto saxophonist Miguel Zenón has become one of the most celebrated alto saxophonists and composers of his generation as well as a multiple Grammy nominee and Guggenheim and MacArthur “Genius” Fellow. Deepening his relationship with SFJAZZ as a Resident Artistic Director, Zenón presents a series of projects that showcase his ever-expanding vision as a composer inspired by West Africa and an ingenious interpreter of the folkloric and popular music of Puerto Rico. The week closes with an evening of duos featuring Venezuelan-born pianist Luis Perdomo and Puerto Rican percussion maestro Paoli Mejias.

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