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    Ray Vega's NY Quintet at Vermont Jazz Center

    Presented by Vermont Jazz Center

    February 16, 2013


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    Ray Vega's NY Quintet at Vermont Jazz Center

    Vega is a living legend amongst both Latin Jazz aficionados and straight-ahead jazzers as well. His fiery soloing, spot-on rhythmic accuracy and passionate drive have earned him positions in the groups of Latin Music's arena of demigods: Ray Barretto, Mongo Santamaria, and Mario Bauza. It was Ray Vega who played lead trumpet in three of Tito Puente's Latin Orchestra's Grammy-award winning recordings. Ray Vega-Trumpet/Flugelhorn/Percussion...

    Vega is a living legend amongst both Latin Jazz aficionados and straight-ahead jazzers as well. His fiery soloing, spot-on rhythmic accuracy and passionate drive have earned him positions in the groups of Latin Music's arena of demigods: Ray Barretto, Mongo Santamaria, and Mario Bauza. It was Ray Vega who played lead trumpet in three of Tito Puente's Latin Orchestra's Grammy-award winning recordings. Ray Vega-Trumpet/Flugelhorn/Percussion Zaccai Curtis-Piano Andy Eulau-Bass Diego Lopez-Drums Chembo Corniel-Congas


    Vermont Jazz Center

    72 Cotton Hill Mill #222
    Brattleboro, VT 05301

    Full map and directions

    Admission Info:

    Tickets $20 general, $15 student w/ID Available at door, online, at In the Moment Records, Main St Brattleboro, and reserved by phone.


    General Day and Time Info:

    8 pm


    phone: 802.254.9088


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