branford marsalis

Branford Marsalis Quartet at the Pabst Theater

Thursday, April 11, 2019 at 7 PM – 10 PM
Pabst Theater
144 E. Wells St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
tickets

An Evening with Branford Marsalis
Thursday, April 11th
Pabst Theater
Doors 7pm // Show 8pm

Son of the legendary Ellis Marsalis.
Brother of Wynton, Delfeayo and Jason Marsalis.
Branford Marsalis is one of the most revered instrumentalists of his time & the leader of one of the finest jazz quartets today. Saxophonist Branford Marsalis… Live at the historic Pabst Theater.
“Marsalis and his Quartet raised the roof of the venue reaching cathartic heights of intensity and a visceral, whole-body endeavour that was profoundly stimulating and deeply fun.” – Ottawa Citizen
Branford Marsalis – saxophones
Joey Calderazzo – piano
Eric Revis – bass
Justin Faulkner – drums

Presale begins Wednesday, 12.05 at noon (code: MARSALIS)
Public on sale begins Friday, 12.07 at noon

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Branford Marsalis Quartet with special guest Kurt Elling

Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts
Tickets: HERE
19805 W. Capitol Dr
Brookfield, WI 53045
Box office: 262-781-9520
Main line: 262-781-9470

Friday, September 30, 2016
8:00pm 10:00pm

A singular collaboration of musical forces kicks off our 15th Anniversary Season when the Branford Marsalis Quartet is joined by guest vocalist Kurt Elling!

The tight-knit working band—featuring Marsalis on saxophones, Joey Calderazzo on piano, Eric Revis on bass, and Justin Faulkner on drums—rarely invites other musicians into the folds of its telepathically cohesive unit, and Elling’s deep jazz vocabulary, technical versatility, and outstanding intonation will enable the band to perform a variety of material in new ways. Energized by the artistic promise of this collaboration, the band members have all contributed new tunes to perform with this special line-up and will be looking beyond the Great American Songbook. Although following the format of a standard jazz quartet with vocals, the collaboration between jazz’s most intense band and one of jazz’s foremost singers should prove to be anything but standard.