Jazz Getaway

Jazz Getaway
The Civic Theater 510 Okeefe Ave New Orleans, LA 70113-3106
March 14, 2024
10:00 am
until 11:00 pm
March 17, 2024
Type Event: Jazz

Jazz Getaway

Brian Culbertson Your Host performing and hanging out all week.

Check out BC’s latest project, “The Trilogy

www.brianculbertson.com

Spyro Gyra

This renowned super group is coming to NOLA, opening the Saturday night main concert at The CIVIC Theatre.

www.spyrogyra.com

Rick Braun

Trumpet extraordinaire and our friend, Rick Braun, and his band will be opening the Friday night main concert. When you think of New Orleans jazz, trumpet is the first instrument that comes to mind. So, we’re excited that one of the best with be kicking off Friday night at the CIVIC Theatre!

www.rickbraun.com

Eric Darius

We couldn’t do a Jazz Getaway without our friend, saxman Eric Darius. He’s been to 10 Napa Valley and 5 Chicago Getaways, and will be jamming with us for our very first New Orleans Jazz Getaway.

www.ericdarius.com

Rebecca Jade

Recently burst onto the scene, we’re excited to welcome vocalist Rebecca Jade to New Orleans which will mark her very first Getaway appearance. She’ll be performing at the Mardi Gras Welcome Dinner & Jam Session.

www.rebeccajade.com

Marcus Anderson

We love Marcus, and knew he had to be with us in NOLA. Hanging out and jamming all 3 nights, he’s always the life of the party (and teller of really bad jokes, lol).

www.marcusanderson.net

Patches Stewart

A native of New Orleans, the legendary trumpeter will be hanging out with us all week, starting off with the Mardi Gras themed jam session.

www.patchesstewart.com

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Brian Culbertson
Band Leader Saxophone
Over the course of crafting a 26-album catalog and architecting 40 Billboard No. 1 singles as a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer, Brian Culbertson has charted his own unique course in music. Label him jazz and he makes a funk record. Call him an R&B artist and he drops an acoustic jazz trio collection. Brand him pop and he creates a 32-minute New Age opus. And you'd be hard pressed to name another instrumentalist of his ilk who can mount an elaborately designed concert production that will keep him on the road for months at a time.

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