On Saturday, September 23, 2023, BroadStage presents Stanley Clarke and Hiromi, an electric pair. This program also features an opening act, Marlon Martinez & Marlonius Jazz Orchestra. The show runs approximately 120 minutes. There will be a short break after the opening act. CLICK HERE to read a review of a past performance.  CLICK HERE to read an interview with Stanley Clarke on our sister site EatTravelGo.com


Stanley Clarke and Hiromi

Two GRAMMY winning jazz greats are pairing up for a not-to-be-missed night of music. Four-time GRAMMY Award-winning bassist, recording artist, and composer, Stanley Clarke partners with BroadStage in a three-year relationship as Artist in Residence. To launch the first season of this residency, Clarke and bursting-with-energy jazz pianist Hiromi will join forces for a show that is sure to have you dancing in your seat.

Clarke is one of the most celebrated as well as influential acoustic and electric bass players in the world. Hiromi is known for her virtuosic technique, energetic live performances, and blending of musical genres such as stride, post-bop, progressive rock, classical and fusion in her compositions. Clarke and Hiromi have recorded and performed in the past. They won a GRAMMY Award for Best Contemporary Jazz Album, The Stanley Clarke Band, featuring pianist Hiromi. They also recorded 2009’s Jazz in the Garden with drummer Lenny White. The duet has most recently performed at the London Palladium.

Hiromi; photo courtesy of Hiromi;

BroadStage Artist in Residence – Stanley Clarke

BroadStage has a robust history of presenting Jazz music. From Quincy Jones to Herb Alpert and Alfredo Rodriguez to Hiromi, a commitment to Jazz is deeply embedded in the organization’s DNA. As its 15th anniversary season arrives, the cultural landscape of live performance calls for an effort to support the development of future audiences and artists. There is no better partner to aid in Broadstage’s focus on this goal than four-time GRAMMY Award-winning bassist, recording artist, composer and Jazz legend Stanley Clarke.

A multi-year appointment of Stanley Clarke as Artist in Residence is an artist-centered partnership. It includes performances, curation, and mentorship for Santa Monica College and SMMUSD music students. Co-designed by Clarke, BroadStage Activations staff and school faculty, the residency provides direct access and training by this iconic figure for students who are on the cusp of professional careers.

Tickets start at $70; Visit the website for more info.

What: Stanley Clarke, Hiromi
Where: The Broad Stage,1310 11th St. Santa Monica CA 90401; Parking is free
When: Saturday, September 23, 2023 at 7:30pm
Website: https://broadstage.org

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