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  • Cantautores ATX 2023

    Come enjoy an soulful night of Latin folk music with Gina Chávez (Austin), Yahir Durán (Mexico), Clara Cantore (Argentina), Javier Jara (Austin) and MC Salcidation (Austin)Tickets are $15 online and $20 in person.
    Sat. Dec. 2, 7:30pm-9:30pm  
    Draylen Mason Studio
  • Samara Joy: 'A Joyful Holiday' Featuring the McClendon Family

    Named Best New Artist at the 2023 Grammy Awards, Samara Joy has already earned legions of fans around the world as the first Gen Z jazz superstar. In this special holiday show, Joy performs with three generations of her family on dreamy, gospel-infused interpretations of Christmas gems 'O Holy Night,' 'Warm in December,' and many more.
    Sun. Dec. 3, 6pm  
    Bass Concert Hall
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    Collin Shook Trio

    Jazz performed by piano trios has a special sparkle to it. The proprietor of Monks Jazz, Collin Shook doesn’t take the stage himself as often as we’d like, but when he does, he brings standards and originals to effervescent life.
    Sun., Nov. 12, 8pm
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    Oliver Rajamani (album release) w/ Zamora Orchestra

    Full orchestral return to local live performance since 2020 – and conducted by Austin Symphony Orchestra maestro Peter Bay, no less – Oliver Rajamani debuts 10th album VASI in spectacular fashion at the historic Paramount. In Indian Western, a contemporary fusion of Indian folk with European Romani music and Lone Star Americana, the LP soars on string orchestration while stirring in honeyed melodic sweeps and worldly percussion. Jazz legend Diane Schuur, Hungarian Romani fiddler Roby Lakatos, Armenian duduk player Jivan Gasparyan, and French guitarist Amati Schmitt guest on VASI, whose release promises appearances among them and more. A pioneer of ATX globalism musically, Rajamani returns in grand style.
    Sun., Nov. 12, 7pm 
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