Having recently completed a commissioned composition celebrating the Sheldon Concert Hall
's 100th anniversary, pianist Peter Martin
now is set to return to the Sheldon for another performance in his eponymous concert series when he teams once again with guitarist Romero Lubambo (pictured)
for a show at 8 p.m., Thursday, December 13.
Lubambo, a native of Brazil who's now based in NYC, has worked with Martin in singer Dianne Reeves' band and has played with many other jazz and Brazilian performers, including Trio da Paz, Astrud Gilberto, Al Jarreau, Ivan Lins, Flora Purim and Airto, Kenny Barron, Paquito D'Rivera, Harry Belafonte, Luciana Souza, Dave Douglas, and more. He and Martin previously performed together at the Sheldon in December, 2010.
Tickets for Peter Martin and Romero Lumbabo will go on sale at 10:00 a.m. this Saturday, November 3 via Metrotix
. Prices are $50 for VIP preferred seating, which includes free parking; $35 orchestra; and $30 balcony. There's also a student ticket offer of buy one, get one free" for the balcony only.
This story appears courtesy of St. Louis Jazz Notes by Dean Minderman.
Copyright © 2016. All rights reserved.