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UCLA Live Presents Alice Coltrane on Saturaday, February 18 at 8pm

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Saturaday, February 18 at 8pm
Royce Hall

UCLA Live Presents Alice Coltrane, alongside Ravi Coltrane, Reggie Workman, Reggie Workman, Jeff “Tain" Watts, and featuring Dwight Trible and his Quintet.

“[Translinear Light] is a poetic, well-rounded, and utterly convincing portrait of the artist at the top of her game ... a defining, aesthetically brilliant statement from a master composer, improviser, and player." ~All Music Guide

A great instrumentalist and bandleader in her own right, the pianist and wife of the late jazz master John Coltrane recently released her first album in 26 years. Continuing her husband's investigations of Eastern music, Translinear Light showcases the “undiminished brio that Coltrane brings to the keyboard" [The New Yorker] particularly her ethereal Wurlitzer organ and synthesizer playing. In this world premiere event, Coltrane performs with her sons Ravi and Oran. Local vocal talent Dwight Trible and his group will open.

$45/35/25 ($15 UCLA STUDENTS)
For tickets call 310-825-2101.

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