Pianist/Composer/Educator/Arranger Angelica Sanchez moved to New York from Arizona in 1994. Since moving to the East Coast Sanchez has collaborated with such notable artists as: Wadada Leo Smith,...
Mary Lou Williams
Soo Yeon Lyuh
Selections to be announced from the stage.
Angelica Sanchez, Lecturer
Taylor Akin '23, Alto Saxophone
Isadora Knutsen '25, Guitar
Emily Liushen '22, Clarinet
Soo Yeon Lyuh, PhD student, Haegeum
Zach Paris '22, Piano
Mark Skepasts '22, Drums
Aaron Skepasts '22, Bass
Connor Stewart '23, Princeton High School, Drums
Kenny Taylor '24, Piano
Pranav Vadapalli '25, Trombone
Daniela Vita '24, Guitar
Students in the course MPP 215: Projects in Jazz Performance, led by Angelica Sanchez, present a final recital. In this jazz studies course, students use jazz performance as a vehicle for creating themed compositions in various jazz idiom styles.
Free; onsite registration required. Please arrive early to register.
In accordance with university policy at this time: Please note that performers might not be wearing masks during this event. The new protocol (updated November 2021) requires unmasked performers to undergo COVID-19 testing three times in the week leading up to the event. All concert attendees are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and to wear a mask indoors. We are unable to allow entry to unvaccinated children.
About the Artist:
JAZZ AT PRINCETON UNIVERSITY serves to promote this uniquely American music as a contemporary and relevant art form. Its goals are to convey the vast musical and social history of jazz, establish a strong theoretical and stylistic foundation with regard to improvisation and composition, and emphasize the development of individual expression and creativity. Offerings of this program include academic course work, performing ensembles, master classes, private study, and independent projects. Jazz at Princeton University thanks you for joining them on this evening’s journey of beauty, exploration, discovery, and hope.