Swing to the sounds of jazz at Houston SummerJazz 2022

Grammy-nominated vocalist Jazzmeia Horn headlines the first night of Houston SummerJazz 2022 | Courtesy of DaCamera

Hear award-winning jazz stylings on stage with Houston SummerJazz 2022 at Market Square Park & Wortham Theater Center on Friday, August 19 and Saturday, August 20, 2022.

This August, DaCamera heads back to Downtown’s Theater District for another weekend of Houston SummerJazz, featuring a trio of Grammy-nominated jazz artists.

Award-winning vocalist Jazzmeia Horn takes her Grammy-nominated release, Dear Love, to the stage on Friday night; Pedrito Martinez Group brings the master percussionist to Wortham Center on the heels of a Latin Grammy nod for the 2021 release, Acertijos; and Joshua Redman takes his place on the tenor sax as part of a trio that interprets the works of Duke Ellington, Thelonious Monk, and Wayne Shorter.

The two-day festival also features free opening and closing concerts at Market Square Park, featuring the Jalen Baker Quartet on Friday and a free Latin jazz dance party with Pedrito Martinez Group on Saturday.

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DaCamera presents Houston SummerJazz 2022 in Theater District Houston

Joshua Redman performs on tenor sax with trio | Photo: Heidi Zeiger; courtesy of DaCamera

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