About the event
Internationally renowned jazz pianist Tamir Hendelman will perform with the award winning WSU Jazz Band in a free, public concert at 8 PM Tuesday, April 11, in Bryan Hall Theatre at Washington State University. Student soloists and jazz faculty will join Tamir in a concert of his compositions and jazz standards pulled from his two recordings as a leader, Playground and Destinations.
Tamir Hendelman is a member of the jazz faculty at UCLA and has conducted numerous workshops in universities and music programs in the US and abroad. Since 2000 he has toured the US, Japan and Europe with his trio and as a member of the Jeff Hamilton Trio and the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra. In 2014, he performed Gershwin’s Rhapsody In Blue with the Winston-Salem Symphony.
This concert is made possible by the WSU School of Music, the Jazz Society at WSU, student music association Allegro, and a Coug Parents grant.