Sun, June 15th

Direct From Cuba: Jorge Luis Pacheco Trio (Blue Note Jazz Festival)


Doors 6:30PM
Show 7:15PM
Advance Price $20 (SAVE 30% on dinner when you include a FULL DINNER for only $20 – details below)
Door Price $25

Advanced online ticket sales stop at 5pm on day of show
If available, more tickets are available at door

Blue Note Jazz Festival

**Dinner Special Details** 

Click on the ticket link above and select the General Admission ticket PLUS $20 Dinner special to save 30% on your dinner (does not include TIP). Select your dinner option on the page during checking-out when you review your online order and BEFORE finishing the check process.** 

Dinner options include: 

None: I purchased a General Admission Ticket

Option 1: Mediterranean Plate, Salad and a Soda

Option 2: Hamburger, Salad, Humus and a Soda

Option 3: Marinated Grilled Chicken Cubes, Salad, Humus and a Soda

Option 4: Kale Salad, Humus and a Soda

Direct from Havana, Jorge Luis Pacheco is Cuba's hottest up and coming young jazz pianist. In this intimate space, this extraordinary artist will showcase Cuba's traditional music with songs such as "Dos Gardenias" and "Silencio" as well as his explosive original Cuban jazz compositions. Jorge Luis Pacheco was the winner of the first prize at the International Competition of Young Jazz musicians (Jo-Jazz) in 2007 and has since evolved to become Cuba's top young pianist. Pacheco was the only Cuban jazz pianist to perform with Wynton Marsalis and the jazz at Lincoln Center orchestra in his recent concert in Havana's Teatro Mella. Pacheco has fine-tuned his craft while performing with such legendary giants as Chucho Valdés, Bobby Carcasses, Javier Zalba, Orlando Sanchez, Pablo Milanes, Rolando Luna, Stanley Clark, and many others.
A composer, pianist, percussionist, and musical director, Pacheco has also participated in festivals and concerts in Cuba, Spain, German, Barbados, Brazil, Canada, and Switzerland. He was a finalist in the International Jazz Competition at Montreaux in Switzerland in 2009. In 2010 he performed with the Jazz Orchestra at Lincoln Center with Wynton Marsalis and Chucho Valdés during their presentation in Havana, receiving rave reviews from both audiences and press. Pacheco's first album "Musa" was produced by Chucho Valdés. He just completed production of his second CD.
This young musician has a very bright future.
- Wynton Marsalis 
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