Rachel Therrien (Quartet)
11 Jul 06:00 PM

Rachel Therrien (Quartet)

Arts Center at Duck Creek

Rachel Therrien - trumpet, flugel, Camila Cortina - piano, Raúl Reyes - bass, Juan Carlos Polo - drums.

French-Canadian trumpeter Rachel Therrien has established herself as one of the most innovative voices working at the crossroads of jazz and world music. This Latin Jazz Project is the fruit of her graduate studies at the Instituto Superior de Arte in Havana, her numerous musical experiences in Latin America and the Caribbean, and her 20 years of collaboration with the Latin jazz community in Montreal, New York and Toronto. As part of this exceptional group, she offers a refined repertoire that includes original pieces and her arrangements of the great Afro-Latin jazz classics. From salsa to danzón, from rumba to chachachá, Rachel and her virtuoso accomplices will bring you to dance with their unique and original music tinged with influences from Cuba, New York and Colombia, among others. A show full of color... and heat!

As always, concert audience members are encouraged to bring a beach chair, a picnic blanket and enjoy the evening (or afternoon)! All events are free, but space and parking are limited, so please arrive early, and be considerate of our neighbors. Concerts are weather dependent and some programs may require a reservation.

The Arts Center at Duck Creek is a New York State-recognized 501(c)(3) entity, located at Historic Duck Creek Farm in East Hampton, NY. Since 2018, we have been dedicated to the stewardship of this land as a place to inspire our community with free creative programming that supports artists, celebrates diversity, and honors the East End’s cultural legacy. Our operations are sustained solely through grant allocations and generous donations from the community. Our programming is always free & open to all.

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