TICKETS: $20 General admission / $29 Premium seating (limited)
Eric Wyatt Quintet
Tenor saxophonist Eric Wyatt was born into the jazz life. He was introduced to the sax by his father Charles Wyatt, who played tenor and hung out with many of the great jazz icons: Charlie Parker, Gary Bartz, George Braith, Wilber Ware, Thelonious Monk, Dizzy Gillespie, and more.
Eric had the privilege of meeting two great jazz masters, both of whom changed his life: Miles Davis and his godfather, Sonny Rollins. Eric recalls, “When I met Miles I was 10 years old and was playing trumpet at the time. He was playing at the Bottom Line, a club in New York, and I never forgot all the energy and joy that this man brought to the audience. Sonny was a friend to the family and stayed connected to us after my father passed.”
Sonny Rollins also helped Eric record his first CD for King Records (Japan) titled “God Son,” with the great Al Foster on drums, Rufus Reid on bass and pianist Mark Soskin from Sonny’s band.
Eric has been recording and traveling the world as both leader and sideman, and he continues to build an impressive, solid resume. Eric was invited to perform at the Kuala Lumpur International Arts Festival, performing music from his CD Borough of Kings. He also was invited to perform in Singapore at several jazz venues during this tour. He did several workshops and master classes at Lasalle College an the World Arts University. Also was the special guest of master bassist Christy Smith at several venues Sing Jazz club an Blu Jazz. He also was invited to perform at the Apollo for the Sonny Rollins Lifetime Achievement Award were he performed with Kenny Garrett, Rene Mclean and many jazz legends.
He has played with and recorded on records with Jeff Tain Watts, Robert Glasper, Kenny Garrett, Wynton Marsalis, Roy Hargrove, Donald Vega, Branford Marsalis, Bob Cranshaw, James Spaulding, Keyon Harrold, E. J. Strickland, Jeremy Pelt, Willie Jones III, Clifton Anderson, Warren Wolf, Monty Alexander, Benito Gonzalez, Larry Willis, Stephen Scott, Justin Robinson and many others.
We welcome you through our red stage door to find The Z stage transformed into an intimate concert club! Reserved seats at premium tables are available and remaining tables are general admission. Full bar available.
To purchase tickets for groups of 10 or more, call 508-997-5664 x123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. There is a limit of 9 tickets for this performance, and customers exceeding the ticket limit may have their orders canceled.
This event is not eligible for discounts.