ROBERTO MIRANDA- JAZZ ON THE SACRED SIDE
Early in his career, Roberto recorded and performing regularly with Horace Tapscott, John Carter, and Bobby Bradford in small and large groups, as well as with the Pan African Peoples Arkestra.
Roberto has, over the years, performed and recorded with many great players and composers including David Murray and Arthur Blythe, David Ornette Cherry, Michael McDaniel, and Kamou Daood; done numerous recordings with the prolific and great Vinny Golia; and recorded and worked over the years with James Newton, Charles Lloyd. His studies in music include jazz with Ray Brown and Red Mitchell, as well as European Classical music with Bob Stone, Peter Mercurio, and Dennis Tembly.
THE "JAZZ ON THE SACRED SIDE" SERIES IS INSPIRED BY DUKE ELLINGTON'S SACRED CONCERTS. When Mr. Ellington was commissioned to do the first of his three Sacred Concerts he wrote: "Now I can say openly what I've been saying to myself on my knees" This series is an invitation for the great jazz musicians of our city and of our time to musically dive into their own "knee conversations" with and for the great jazz lovers/listeners in our city and in this time from Buddhists to Baptists to Baha'is and beyond...all who believe in the unifying and liberating principal of SWING COME SUNDAY!
The Jazz Bakery
3233 HELMS AVE
Los Angeles, CA 90034
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