Let your ears feast on the smooth tunes played by acclaimed jazz pianist, composer, and Houston son, Jason Moran, when he headlines the free Bayou City Music Series concert at Emancipation Park on Saturday, October 13, 2018.
Houston’s popular Bayou City Music Series continues its fall run with the second of three free concerts that celebrate the sounds, soul, and music that shaped the Gulf Coast region.
Music in the Tre showcases a performance by Jason Moran, acclaimed jazz pianist, composer, and Houston native.
Students from the jazz program at High School for the Performing and Visual Arts (HSPVA), where Moran himself graduated from, will open the program.
They’ll also be joined by Horace Grigsby, a legendary Houston jazz vocalist who performs in the style of Billy Erskine and Nat King Cole.
The Bayou City Music Series
A new concert series presented by the Kinder Foundation, the Bayou City Music Series honors Houston’s great jazz, blues, and zydeco musicians with a series a free concerts.
After wrapping its successful summer series, the concerts continue this fall at three landmark Houston parks—The Water Works in Buffalo Bayou Park, Emancipation Park, and Discovery Green. This is the middle of the three concerts.
The fall series wraps up on Saturday, November 10, 2018 with Diunna Greenleaf and James Francies performing blues, jazz, and soul at Discovery Green.
Bayou City Music Series: Music in the Tre at Emancipation Park
- Date: Saturday, September 13, 2018
- Times: 7pm to 9:30pm
- Location: Emancipation Park Cultural Arts Center,
- Admission: Free. Click here for more information.
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