Austin Arts & Jazz Festival

"Off" year doesn't stop the impressive names from coming.

Jason Moran
Jason Moran

For an "off" year, the Austin Arts & Jazz Festival has some impressive names for its 13th year. Besides headliner Jason Moran, former Austinite and Count Basie Orchestra vocalist Carmen Bradford will put in an appearance at the all-indoor 2001 festivities. Organizer Harold McMillan says he's especially excited to be trying out the facilities at Symphony Square. "We're thinking about trying something like a subscription series," he says, "and Symphony Square seems like a great place to do it."

Sunday, Sept. 16

"Jazz Seen" Exhibit, works by Deborah Roberts. DiverseArts Little Gallery @ Guadalupe Arts, 1705 Guadalupe #234 Free, 6pm.

Open Jazz Jam Rooftop deck @ Guadalupe Arts, Donation, 8pm

Wednesday, Sept. 19

Opening Night Kick-Off: "Move!," a multimedia, jazz/dance event. DJs with live horn ensemble. Video artists Blue Morph. Live mood painting performance by Jesus Monsivais. Texture, 10pm-3am, $10

Thursday, Sept. 20

Spoken word, jazz. Rooftop deck @ GuadalupeArts, 8pm, $3

Friday, Sept. 21

Margaret Wright & Toni Price, 7pm, Carmen Bradford, 8pm

Jason Moran Trio, 9:15pm Symphony Square, $25 pre-sale, $30 door

Saturday, Sept. 22

Closing Night: Avant Jazz Showcase, featuring Tina Marsh, Alex Coke, Don Parker, etc. Cafe Mundi, 8pm, $5


Call 477-9438 for membership details, tickets, and info, or go to www.diversearts.org/jazz

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