Lionel Loueke Trio

Jazz meets African rhythms in this exciting concert. From street performer to world-class jazz star, the story of Bénin-born guitarist Loueke is an encouraging testament to perseverance, talent and disciplined study. Lionel's first guitar was strung with bicycle brake-cables; thirsty for music he moved to Ivory Coast and then went on to study at The American School of Modern Music in Paris, France.

After receiving full scholarships from Berklee and then the Thelonious Monk Institute, Loueke has moved on to become a Blue Note recording artist who frequently tours and records with jazz legends Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter. Hancock states: "I'd never heard any guitar player play anything close to what I was hearing from him. There was no territory that was forbidden, and he was fearless!" Come find out why Downbeat Magazine claims that Loueke's music radiates a "feel-good sense of joy."

Saturday, October 13th
8:00 PM
Vermont Jazz Center
General Admission $20.00, Students $15.00
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