Joshua Redman & Brad Mehldau 'Oleo'

Ethan Iverson 'Live in 2013'

Joshua Redman & Brad Mehldau 'Jazz in Marciac 2011'

Ethan Iverson, Albert "Tootie" Heath & Ben Street - Pound Cake (Live)

Ethan Iverson Trio
& Joshua Redman

MONK@100

Wednesday, October 25, 2017 | 7 pm

BUY TICKETS

Wednesday, October 25, 2017 | 9 pm

BUY TICKETS

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$10 Duke student tickets will go on sale TUESDAY, AUGUST 29 at 11 AM. Tickets will be available for purchase online, via phone at 919-684-4444, and in person at the Duke University Box Office, Monday through Friday, 11 AM to 6 PM.

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“Is Joshua Redman a new archetype?” The New York Times asked more than two decades ago, when the saxophonist, who had just moved to the city, was just twenty-five. The Times was right: since he abandoned Yale Law School to become a musician, Redman — the son of saxophone titan Dewey Redman and dancer Renee Shedroff — has become the new standard-bearer for jazz. His bright, bold tone and innate sense of momentum have made his music instantly accessible, an open invitation for audiences who thought jazz had left them behind. Redman has worked to foster a new breed of jazz giants, doing riveting work with Brad Mehldau and collaborating with the Bad Plus.

 

Made possible, in part, with support from the Mary Duke Biddle Foundation.

"Mr. Redman has always been a fluid technician, but the inner glow in his tone throughout the night, along with the grace and clarity of his ideas, suggested new levels of prowess."

The New York Times

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