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Gordon Lee, Mel Brown Septet, Amedei Cello Quartet

BRETT CAMPBELL
7:30 pm Wednesday, March 20. , Wednesday March 20 | $15.
The Old Church
1422 SW 11th Ave.
 
Jazz fans know Gordon Lee as one of Oregon’s most valuable veteran improvising players, composers and educators. He’s also written for classical forces for many years, and this March Music Moderne concert features world premieres of three original classical works for the Amedei Cello Quartet, pianist Janet Coleman and violinist Adam LaMotte and a jazz piano concerto for the great Mel Brown Septet with longtime comrade Lee as a soloist. 



Where: The Old Church
Phone: 222-2031
Address: 1422 SW 11th Ave.

 
 

The Old Church

1422 SW 11th Ave.
Portland, OR
 
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