Image courtesy of DDAT
Free for teens.
Join DDAT artists Chris Bidtah (Navajo) and Delbert Anderson (Navajo) for a panel discussion on incorporating Native languages in art making and music as medicine. Both artists carry their Native American cultural aspects along with their musical experiences, and create fusion music. Their cultural influences play an important role in their success. Named by NPR as one of the top 10 bands in the US – DDAT combines hip hop, jazz, funk and soul with an original southwestern feel. DDAT consists of four talented musicians – Chris Bidtah (Navajo) on vocals, Delbert Anderson (Navajo) on trumpet, Nicholas Lucero on drums, and Mike McCluhan on bass. Full of energy and excitement, dancing, improvisation, audience participation, and more – the sky’s the limit at a DDAT show!
DDAT: Native American Hip Hop Jazz Fusion
Panel Discussion on Music as Medicine
SAT, NOV 16, 1 PM
FREE (online RSVP required)
SAT, NOV 16, 2:15 PM
$14/$10 Members/$8 Children/$6 Member Children/FREE for Teens
Gustavo Casenave Quartet: A South American Jazz Tale
Latin Grammy Winner, Steinway Artist and ACE Awardee, pianist and composer Gustavo Casenave, features his eclectic quartet, together with 2018 Grammy-winning bassist Pedro Giraudo, Grammy-winning saxophonist Alejandro Aviles and drummer guru Franco Pinna, performing Casenave’s original jazz, tango, and classical works.
FRI, NOV 22, 8 PM
$16/$10 Members & Students/FREE for Teens