Martin Bejerano Trio

Timucua 2000 S Summerlin Ave, Orlando, FL

"Add Martin Bejerano to the expanding roster of hot young pianists that stretches from Hiromi Uhara and Eldar Djangirov to Robert Glasper and Taylor Eigsti…"-Jazz Times “Bejerano makes the most of a full and fluent style."- Nate Chinen (New York Times) Martin Bejerano leads a trio playing original music influenced by the his Cuban and […]

Kemuel Roig

Timucua 2000 S Summerlin Ave, Orlando, FL

At age 4, Cuban-born Kemuel Roig had already developed a passion for music and was intent on becoming a drummer. Four short years later, he studied both percussion and classical piano as a student of the Cuban National Vocational Art School in Ciego de Avila, Cuba, a pursuit he continued until relocating to the United […]

Stephan Crump, Presented by the Civic Minded 5

Timucua 2000 S Summerlin Ave, Orlando, FL

Memphis-bred, Grammy-nominated, Echo Award-winning bassist/composer Stephan Crump is an active bandleader with twelve critically-acclaimed album releases in addition to numerous film scoring contributions. Stephan’s solo performance, which explores his unique musical language through an expansive range of sonorities on the acoustic bass, is a culmination of decades of work as a bassist, composer, and improviser. […]

The Greenjays

Timucua 2000 S Summerlin Ave, Orlando, FL

Personnel:Outthought, Saxophone and VocalsJames Eaton, Keyboard and VocalsNoah Charles, GuitarBen Green, DrumsGabriel Acker, Bass A night of feel good and head bobbing music. Music that takes people to a fun and exciting place, while also pushing the boundaries of rhythm and harmony. The Greenjays specialize in adding a fun and interesting spin to classic songs […]

John C. O’Leary III

Timucua 2000 S Summerlin Ave, Orlando, FL

Jazz pianist John C. O'Leary III arrives at Timucua to give an unforgettable performance of his latest album, The Sundering. With a rich and complex cultural background, John C. O’Leary III—the son of an American father and a Mexican mother—writes music that harbors an idiosyncratic and poetic dichotomy. There’s a deep sense of longing and […]