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Jae Sinnett's Zero To 60 Quartet Christmas Concert at Attucks Theatre

Where

Attucks Theatre
1010 Church St
Norfolk, VA

When

Sat, December 9, 2017
8:00 pm

Add to Calendar 2017-12-09 8:00 pm 2017-12-09 Jae Sinnett's Zero To 60 Quartet Christmas Concert at Attucks Theatre Drummer, composer, arranger, educator and band leader Jae Sinnett has performed over the years with such musical icons as Branford and Ellis Marsalis, Joe Henderson, Freddie Hubbard, Chuck Mangione, Jon Hendricks, Jimmy Greene, and many more. He is a frequent member of the Attucks Jazz Club Trio; his own Trio and Zero to 60 Quartet have drawn innumerable fans in both live performances and critically acclaimed recordings. Perhaps his largest audience is listeners of WHRV, where he has shared his deep love for and encyclopedic knowledge of jazz for decades. The Charlotte News & Observer called his 2014 album, Subject to Change, "a perfect performance in all roles. In addition to his crisp drum patterns, his arrangements are models of colorful writing...superb. Jae Sinnett doesn't need to change a thing." In this holiday show on the main stage of the Attucks Theatre, one of the area's most gifted artists is bringing his unique style to standards that have come to define the season. Attucks Theatre, 1010 Church St false MM/DD/YYYY

Tickets

$20

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Drummer, composer, arranger, educator and band leader Jae Sinnett has performed over the years with such musical icons as Branford and Ellis Marsalis, Joe Henderson, Freddie Hubbard, Chuck Mangione, Jon Hendricks, Jimmy Greene, and many more. He is a frequent member of the Attucks Jazz Club Trio; his own Trio and Zero to 60 Quartet have drawn innumerable fans in both live performances and critically acclaimed recordings. Perhaps his largest audience is listeners of WHRV, where he has shared his deep love for and encyclopedic knowledge of jazz for decades. The Charlotte News & Observer called his 2014 album, Subject to Change, "a perfect performance in all roles...

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