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Matt Otto Quintet Winterlude Series at Winterlude Festival at Carlsen Center At Johnson County Community College

Where

Carlsen Center At Johnson County Community College
Winterlude Festival

12345 College Blvd, Box 14
Overland Park, KS

When

Sun, March 18, 2018
7:00 pm

Add to Calendar 2018-03-18 7:00 pm 2018-03-18 Matt Otto Quintet Winterlude Series at Winterlude Festival at Carlsen Center At Johnson County Community College Come warm yourself by the fires of jazz with the Matt Otto Quintet.

Matt has recorded and performed with the GRAMMY-nominated Anthony Wilson Nonet (The Power of Nine, 2006), and performs frequently in Los Angeles with the GRAMMY-nominated Alan Ferber Big Band. He has played on over 50 CDs as both a leader and a side man.

Known for his intricate original compositions, saxophonist Matt Otto began playing piano at age 3 and saxophone at 9. He has been playing jazz gigs since he was 15. He is currently an assistant professor of jazz studies at the University of Kansas and also an adjunct professor at Rutgers University-New Brunswick.
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Tickets

$17 - 20

Musicians

Matt Otto
Matt Otto
sax, tenor

About

Come warm yourself by the fires of jazz with the Matt Otto Quintet.

Matt has recorded and performed with the GRAMMY-nominated Anthony Wilson Nonet (The Power of Nine, 2006), and performs frequently in Los Angeles with the GRAMMY-nominated Alan Ferber Big Band. He has played on over 50 CDs as both a leader and a side man.

Known for his intricate original compositions, saxophonist Matt Otto began playing piano at age 3 and saxophone at 9. He has been playing jazz gigs since he was 15. He is currently an assistant professor of jazz studies at the University of Kansas and also an adjunct professor at Rutgers University-New Brunswick.

RubyRenee Wood uploaded this event on August 29, 2017

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