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Slide Hampton Plays the Music of Antonio Carlos Jobim Sunday, June 4th At Performing Arts Center 6PM

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Tony Charles & Slide Hampton

Present

A Musical Tribute to Antonio Carlos Jobim

“SLIDE PLAYS JOBIM"

Sunday, June 4, 2006 @ 6 PM
(4:30 pm, Reception/Meet and Greet)

featuring
Maucha Adnet

special guest
Roy Hargrove

S U N D A Y, J U N E 4, 2 0 0 6
6 pm
(4:30 pm Reception / Meet & greet)
At the
PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE
1 9 9 C h a m b e r s S t. N e w Y o r k, N Y

For info, visit http://www.tribecapac.org/
Tribeca Box Office: 212 220 1460

Bossa Nova is back! Two-time Grammy winner and N.E.A. Jazz Master Slide Hampton puts his arranging mastery together with the music of the great Brazilian composer Antonio Carlos Jobim. The results have garnered critical acclaim from every corner of the world...and now our most important stop on our journey with Jobim's music...New York City at THE BOROUGH of MANHATTAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE'S world famous TRIBECA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER.

Slide has assembled the most sought after Brazilian musicians in the world. Claudio Roditi, Maucha Adnet, Duduka de Fonseca, Helio Alves and Guilherme Montiero. Also included in the band are Andres Boiarsky, John Lee, Duke Lee and Douglas Purviance.

SPECIAL MUSICAL GUESTS
(Lineup subject to change) Roy Hargrove
Bobby Lavelle
Jason Jackson
Jimmy Owens
Justin Robinson
Jonathan Voltzoc
Mike Mossman
Todd Bashore
Max Seigle
Diego Urcola
Jay Branford
Douglas Purviance
Jeremy Pelt
Andres Boiarsky
Iasac Smith

And Pianist Michael Weiss

Tickets: $100.00 (includes reception/meet & greet and gift bag)

$75
$55
$45

Contact: [email protected]
Tony Charles:973 417 6629

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