Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Relaxin’ with The Cava Menzies | Nick Phillips Quartet: A Tribute to Miles Davis Live in Concert at Musically Minded Academy Saturday, October 4, 2014
Relaxin’ with The Cava Menzies | Nick Phillips Quartet: A Tribute to Miles Davis
Live in Concert at Musically Minded Academy
Saturday, October 4, 2014
Doors: 7:30 PM; Concert 8:00 PM
5776 Broadway, Oakland, CA
(Located in the Residential Rockridge District)
Featuring music from their nationally lauded Moment to Moment album—heralded by the East Bay Express as “The Ballads Album Miles Davis Never Recorded”—The Cava Menzies | Nick Phillips Quartet will round out this special evening’s concert program with music in tribute to Miles Davis; in particular the timeless selections from Davis’ classic 1950s Prestige Records albums, including the legendary Relaxin’ with the Miles Davis Quintet.
Don’t miss this special concert—Menzies’ and Phillips’ last together for 2014!
Nick Phillips – trumpet / Cava Menzies – piano / Paul Eastburn – bass / Jake Shandling – drums
Located in a residential area of the Rockridge district of Oakland (just off of Highway 24), Musically Minded Academy is a wonderful not-for-profit educational organization and all-ages concert venue that puts the music first. Bring the whole family to this one!
General: $15 advance tickets; $20 at door
Students & Seniors: $12 advance tickets; $15 at door
Raves about the Cava Menzies | Nick Phillips Moment to Moment album
“The Ballads Album Miles Davis Never Recorded”
—Lee Hildebrand, East Bay Express
“…a beautiful album…covers a broad range of emotions and colors across the breadth of the repertoire, owing much to Chet Baker and, not surprisingly, the cooler side of Miles Davis.”
—Aaron Cohen, DownBeat
“This gem feels timeless. It's a stunner."
—Bobby Reed, DownBeat (Editors’ Pick)
“A fabulous CD, the kind that finds its way onto the ‘Best of Year’ lists.”
—All About Jazz
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