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Event Archive - John Scofield Trio, e.s.t

Tue. June 24th 2008 7:30 pm The Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts (All Ages) 7:30 pm
$45
Tickets at: All Ticketmaster Locations, 604-280-4444, The Jazz Hotline: 604 872 5200
e.s.t. will not be performing on the double bill with John Scofield on June 24 – John Scofield Trio to perform two sets

http://www.coastaljazz.ca/index.cfm?page_id=97&view=ARTIST&artist_id=646

Coastal Jazz & Blues Society, producers of the TD Canada Trust Vancouver International Jazz Festival, wishes to express its profound sadness at the news of Esbjorn Svensson’s death on the weekend. Our condolences go out to his family and friends.

The acclaimed Swedish pianist and leader of the group e.s.t. died Saturday while scuba diving near his home in Stockholm. e.s.t. was scheduled to perform June 24 at The Centre on a double bill with the John Scofield Trio during the TD Canada Trust Vancouver International Jazz Festival.

The John Scofield Trio will now perform two sets for a total of 100 to 120 minutes starting at 7:30 PM during the B.C. Honda Dealers Classic Sounds at The Centre Series. Billed as “An Evening with the John Scofield Trio” the Festival wishes to thank guitarist John Scofield for graciously extending his performance.

For further information please contact Coastal Jazz & Blues Society at 604.872.5200

John Scofield Trio (contemporary/guitar)

“Arguably the most influential jazz guitarist.”—International Herald Tribune It’s impossible to talk about great jazz guitar players without alluding to one of the genre’s finest—John Scofield. Hailed by Down Beat magazine as “King John,” Sco defines state-of-the-art in contemporary jazz guitar. A trailblazer of ’80s fusion, pe... more info

e.s.t

Please Note: e.s.t. will not be performing on the double bill with John Scofield on June 24 – John Scofield Trio to perform two sets ===== “No other group in the world has such a commanding interaction between the grooves of the 21st-century dance and the acoustic jazz piano tradition.”—Times (London)Hailing from Stockholm, Sweden... more info
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