Duke Performances

In Conversation: Joshua Redman

Friday, February 14, 2020 | 12:00 pm

The Pinhook


Saxophonist Joshua Redman — composer, bandleader, and one of jazz’s leading lights for well over two decades — reflects on his career, creative process, and current project, Still Dreaming, which pays homage to the legacy of his father, the late Dewey Redman, and other alumni of Ornette Coleman’s trailblazing quartets of the 1960s. Moderated by Mark Anthony Neal, Chair of the Department of African and African American Studies at Duke.

Friday, February 14, 12 PM
The Pinhook
117 W. Main St.
Free and open to the public
Light lunch provided by Pie Pushers

On the evening of Friday, February 14, Redman teams up with fellow torchbearers Ron Miles (cornet), Scott Colley (bass), and Dave King (drums) for a performance of Still Dreaming in Duke’s Baldwin Auditorium. Tickets and info available HERE.

Co-sponsored by the Duke Department of African and African American Studies. 'Arts & Context' is co-sponsored by the Forum for Scholars and Publics at Duke University, The Pinhook, and Pie Pushers.
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