Thursday, December 30 – 7:30pm
Annette Aguilar Trio
live in the shop and live streamed
Latin & Brazilian Jazz
Drummer/percussionist/composer/bandleader/educator Annette A. Aguilar, born and raised in San Francisco, has been a force on the New York scene for decades, notably with her band StringBeans. Here in San Francisco, you can often catch her performing at Bird & Beckett and around town with her Beans on the Left!
She returns home to San Francisco several times a year to be with family and play with favorite local associates including, tonight, pianist Murray Low and bassist Mike Arnold.
Annette’s current association in NYC with BronXBandA, led by pianist/composer Arturo O’Farrill, has produced a rich array of concerts and recordings. O’Farrill’s own associations in Latin jazz start with his father Chico O’Farrill, his work with the Fort Apache Band (whose co-founder Jerry Gonzalez is a key mentor to Annette), and as music director and then bandleader of the Chico O’Farrill Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra. BronXBandA’s fantastic and innovative cd, Love & Resilience / Amor y Resiliencia is available at Bird & Beckett.
$20 cover charge. Cash please. Call ahead — 415-586-3733 — to reserve, as seating is limited! Doors open at 7:20pm for the 7:30pm show.
BYOB. Proof of vaccination required. Also, please remain masked at all times when inside the shop, except when taking a sip of something.
Check out Annette’s Bird & Beckett hit back on May 30, 2021
(skip to the 7min. mark to bypass the silence accompanying the band’s set up & sound check).
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