Telluride Society for Jazz: “Come Sunday,” Premiere 9/6!

Telluride Society for Jazz: “Come Sunday,” Premiere 9/6!

Join the Telluride Society for Jazz on Sunday, September 6 at 10 am (MT) for a special virtual concert. Click here to learn more and make a donation to the Telluride Society For Jazz.

“Come Sunday” features 22 musicians who have studied in the Telluride Jazz Student All Star Program, along with program founder and co-director, Bob Montgomery. The ensemble will perform multiple compositions. All Star standouts including Veronica Swift, Rico Jones and others will be featured with the the lineup of talented artists for an exciting 1 1/2 hours of music.

The virtual concert will be available for viewing on the Telluride Jazz website, on Facebook and YouTube, along with Telluride TV. Set your reminders and invite your friends for a holiday weekend jazz brunch with the Telluride Society for Jazz.

The artist lineup includes Josh Quinlan (All Star Co-Director), Bob Montgomery (All Star Co-Director), Benny Benack III, Adam Larson, Walter Gorra, Patrick McDevitt, Alejandro Castaño, Colin Stranahan, Will Bonness, Veronica Swift, Marshall Gilkes (with WDR Big Band), la Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Costa Rica, Annie Booth, Rico Jones, Adam Larson, Liam Broderick, Gabe Rupe, Kevin Matthews, Zaq Davis, Dan Montgomery, Alex Heffron, Anisha Rush, Ben Cruz, Joe Block, Tony Golden and Braxton Kahn.

Original and classic compositions include “Whisper Not” by Benny Golson, “Mr. Syms” by John Coltrane, “Gospaul” by Josh Quinlan, “San Miguel” by Bob Montgomery, “Conception” by George Shearing, “I Fall In Love Too Easil”y by Jules Stein, “I Get a Kick Out of You” by Cole Porter, “Puddle Jumpin,” “Bird with Strings,” “Three Sisters Waltz” by Annie Booth, “The Jewel by Adam Larson,” “Amor Prevalecera” by Rico Jones, “Meaningless Purpose” by Anisha Rush, “Dan’s Tune” by Dan Montgomery, “STK” by Gabe Rupe, “Jitterbug Waltz” by Fats Waller and “Come Sunday” by Duke Ellington.

Donate And Support the Future of Jazz:

This weekend please consider making a contribution to the Telluride Society For Jazz to help support the future generations of jazz music through student education.

The Telluride Society For Jazz (TSJ), a 501(c)(3) organization, presents and hosts musical performances and opportunities for music education within the Town of Telluride and the surrounding region, both during the annual Telluride Jazz Festival as well as other times throughout the year. The overall goal is, in partnership with our production partner SBG Productions, to produce the Telluride Jazz Festival. TSJ utilizes its net proceeds from the festival, along with grants and charitable donations from the public, to support and expand its educational programs.


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