Jazz Ensemble

Event Date: 

Wednesday, March 14, 2018 - 7:30pm

Event Date Details: 

Event Location: 

  • Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall (UCSB)

Event Price: 

General ($10), non-UCSB students with ID ($5), UCSB students with ID (FREE), children under 12 (FREE). Tickets may be purchased at the door, at the Associated Students Ticket Office window (UCEN Room 1535, across from Corwin Pavilion), online at the link below, or by calling the Associated Students Ticket Office at (805) 893-2064.
 
Youth and UCSB student tickets may be reserved in advance by visiting the Associated Students Ticket Office window on the UCSB campus (UCEN Room 1535, across from Corwin Pavilion) or by contacting the Associated Students Ticket Office at ticketoffice@as.ucsb.edu or 
(805) 893-2064.
 
 

 

Event Contact: 

Adriane Hill
Marketing and Communications Manager
UC Santa Barbara Department of Music
(805) 893-3230
ahill@music.ucsb.edu
Jazz Ensemble. Photo by Matt Perko.
Photo by Matt Perko.
 
Directed by long time UCSB faculty member Dr. Jon Nathan, the UCSB Jazz Ensemble presents its first large ensemble concert of the year, “The Full Spectrum”, celebrating the full diversity of the jazz genre on Wednesday, March 14, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. in Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall on the UCSB campus. On this concert, the widest range of styles and historical periods are represented, from vocal to instrumental jazz, and from the earliest of composers of this music to very recent additions to the jazz repertoire. Students from diverse disciplines comprise the nearly 40 member UCSB Jazz Ensembles (including 4 small ensembles and central large ensemble “big band”), including Math, Biology, Bio-Psychology, Engineering, Physics, and of course Music.
 
Featured works come from the libraries of Edward “Duke” Ellington (Caravan, Bonga), and William “Count” Basie (I’ve Caught a Touch of Your LoveThe Blues Machine), as well as Maria Schneider’s soothing Green Piece and rambunctious Dance You Monster to My Soft Song. Other compositions/arrangements to be performed include Ray Ricker’s saxophone-centric Sound Down, Bob Brookmeyer’s expansive Tah Dum, and Chris Walden’s virtuosic arrangement of the Irving Berlin classic, People Will Say We’re in Love, originally written as a feature for Grammy Award-winning vocalist Tierney Sutton on the 2006 Chris Wladen Big Band recording, NO BOUNDS.
 
Join us for an evening of great music and exciting performances by our UCSB Jazz musicians, a thriving community of self-motivated performing artists.