- All concerts begin at 1:30pm
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*Boxed lunch must be ordered 7 days before your concert date.
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Justin Kauflin is a jazz pianist who favors a clarity of touch and ideas, rarely spinning into an orbit he can’t control” (The New York Times). After losing his sight at the age of 11, Kauflin gravitated towards playing jazz piano. He received top honors at jazz festivals across the U.S. and began performing professionally by age 15, most notably with the Jae Sinnett Trio.
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Jazz Mafia “Miles & Mingus Reenvisioned”
It’s been over a decade that Adam Theis and his Jazz Mafia collective have been presenting creative tributes to the past masters of American Music from Duke Ellington to Prince. Their arrangements strike a precarious balance between the old and new—at times making the music sound as if it were conceived and performed in the ragtime of the early 1900s and at others, in a futuristic, possibly 2020s Jazz setting. Players in this 6-piece ensemble switch between styles, tempos, feels, genre and even instruments at dizzying speeds, creating a truly unique modern Jazz performance and tribute to two true masterpieces.
Born and raised in Southern California pianist-composer-bandleader Josh Nelson has performed with some of the most respected names in jazz, including Kurt Elling, John Pizzarelli, Benny Golson, Sheila Jordan, John Clayton, George Mraz, Jeff Hamilton, Dave Koz, Joe Chambers and Peter Erskine. Nelson and his talented crew of fellow Angelenos convey sentiment about the city and its treasures while uncovering lost history and acknowledging a few L.A. icons along the way. Get tickets for the Josh Nelson Quintet featuring Kathleen Grace with guitarist Anthony Wilson, Alex Boneham on bass, and Dan Schnelle on drums.
Henry Solomon is a 22-year-old saxophonist and composer living in Los Angeles, California. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Henry started playing piano at the age of 6 and the saxophone at the age of 12. During high school, he attended the Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan, where he studied jazz with Bill Sears. Henry currently attends the University of Southern California’s Thornton School of Music, pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Jazz. Henry has been on 3 international tours, performing across Japan, China, and Canada, and also at the 2013 and 2014 Grammy Awards, The Monterey Jazz Festival, The Montreal Jazz Festival, Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, and a number of jazz clubs all over New York and Los Angeles.
For 36 years this unique, genre-crossing vocal/guitar jazz duo has cast its passionate musical spell worldwide, capturing the hearts of lovers, the respect of jazz buffs and the jaw-dropping awe of guitarists and singers. To understand Tuck & Patti, start with the wellspring of love within them, then their music begins to make perfect sense. Married 33 years, Tuck Andress and Patti Cathcart continue to stoke the fires, not only of their own love, but also of their love of life and their passion for making music together. They have a long-standing tradition: Minimalist arrangements featuring Tuck’s extraordinary virtuosity and Patti’s rich mezzo soprano.
2014 GRAMMY® Winner the Pacific Mambo Orchestra (a.k.a. the PMO) is a 20-piece, San Francisco based musical group leading the rebirth of the Latin Big band Sound. The PMO uses the traditions of the classic mambo‐craze orchestras of the 1950s to deliver their original music and clever, modern arrangements of hit songs. Currently, the only fully active Latin Big Band on the West Coast of the United States, this elite group of the Bay Area’s finest musicians performs in both English and Spanish. Together, band members and contributors bring forth decades of collective experience playing with a variety of musical greats, from Dizzy Gillespie, Carlos Santana, Herbie Hancock and Tito Puente, to Art Garfunkel, Blood Sweat and Tears, Jerry Garcia and Mariah Carey. The resulting tracks showcase fresh songwriting, inspired arrangements, clever improvisations, and superlative vocals.
Food and Beverage Information
- Tickets to the Jazz concerts include snacks at your table and a complimentary drink ticket which is good for a glass of white wine, beer, or non-alcoholic beverage
- Additional beverages are available for purchase at bars located next to the Tennis Courts
- We will also be extending our café service at the pool pavilion if you wish to purchase additional food as well
- Guests are also welcome to bring their own food to the concert
- We ask that you use a soft-sided or collapsible cooler to pack your food
- Outside alcoholic beverages are not permitted
- We encourage you to order boxed lunches in advance. Boxed lunches are $25 each and can be pre-ordered by calling our Tickets Team at (650) 364-8300, press 1. See menu below.
VIP Table Package includes:
Series Ticket and an Individual Ticket include:
Filoli Jazz Boxed Lunch Menu*
Your meal comes with pasta salad and a chocolate chip cookie
Roasted turkey, avocado, bacon, swiss cheese, mayonnaise, tomato, & lettuce on sweet french roll