Ella & the Bossa Beat

7:00 PM Doors, 7:30 PM Show $10-$20 suggested donation.
Please also bring food or wine to share.
Special exhibition of works by Jason Hunt.

Ella & The Bossa Beat is a mixture of soulful contemporary and Brazilian Jazz styles, formed by the father/daughter duo Ella and Magrus Borges. Ella was born in Miami and raised in Brazil. She plays piano, guitar, writes lyrics and sings her own compositions both in English, Portuguese and Spanish. Magrus Borges is a drummer/ composer and producer born in Brazil- played and recorded with many international artists such as Shakira, Grace Jones, Astrud Gilberto and currently records and tours with Bebel Gilberto.

They just recently released their new CD-My Remedy- featuring all original compositions which are available on CD and all digital platforms.

For this performance, they will be teamed up with Marco Bojorquez on acoustic bass, Daniel Kelley Howard on guitar, and special guest Daniel Jordan on sax and flute. They will be playing original songs from the CD and some Brazilian Bossa Nova and jazz standards. Don’t miss this special night!!!

Max Hatt / Edda Glass

7:00 PM Doors, 7:30 PM Show.
$10-$20 suggested donation.
Please also bring food or wine to share.
Special exhibition of works by Jim Preston

Max Hatt / Edda Glass’s award-winning original music and unique interpretations of American and Brazilian standards have “an incomparable spook” (Nashville Scene) and “a unique sound” (NPR).  Telling stories of little people on great plains, the duo evokes a world that stretches from the beaches of Rio de Janeiro to the prairies of the American west, leaving audiences with a feeling both light and deep.

Adolfo Mendonça

7:00 PM Doors, 7:30 PM Show

$20 Advance, $25 Day of Show general admission. Timucua members, students, and veterans and active military save 50%.

Please bring food or wine to share.   

The best of Brazilian music including both classic bossa nova songs and songs popular in Brazil. Music of composers like Tom Jobim, Milton Nascimento, Ivan Lins, Djavan and more. Played by Brazilian pianist Adolfo Mendonca, bassist Alejandro Arenas and drummer Mark Feinman.

Philippe Lemm Trio

7:00 PM Doors, 7:30 PM Show $20 general admission. Timucua members, students, and veterans and active military save 50%. Please also bring food or wine to share.

Special exhibition of works by Patrick Tafoya

The Philippe Lemm Trio is continually proving to be one of the most exciting and electrifying Jazz trio’s around today. Led at the helm by drummer Philippe Lemm and comprised of three musicians with exceptional command of their instruments, the group’s repertoire draws heavily from re-imaginations of Jazz standards in a way that both defies genre and speaks to any modern Jazz fan.

Brandon Robertson Quartet

2:00 PM Doors, 2:30 PM Show

$10-$20 suggested donation.

Please DO NOT bring food or wine to share.

EMMY® nominated bassist Brandon Robertson is back at the Timucua Arts Foundation to promote his debut album “Bass’d on a True Story”. Joining the Brandon Robertson Quintet is renowned guitarist LaRue Nickelson, saxophonist Zach Bornheimer, drummer Paul Gavin, and pianist John O’Leary III.

Brandon Robertson is originally from Tampa, FL. He is the Director of Jazz Studies at Florida Gulf Coast University and has performed at the world-famous Dizzy’s Coca Cola Club in New York City with the nationally recognized FSU Jazz Sextet joining members of the JALC Orchestra.

Among others, Brandon has performed with notable acts such as the Count Basie Orchestra, Wynton Marsalis, Marcus Roberts, Laila Baili, Wycliffe Gordon, and Jason Marsalis.

Chris Dingman

7:00 PM Doors, 7:30 PM Show

$20 general admission. Timucua members, students, and veterans and active military save 50%.

Please also bring food or wine to share.

Special exhibition of works by Laura Riekki

Chris Dingman is a vibraphonist and composer known for his distinctive approach to the instrument: sonically rich and conceptually expansive, bringing listeners on a journey to a beautiful, transcendent place. He has been profiled by NPR,  the New York Times, DRUM magazine, and many other publications.

Dingman continues to keep up a busy performance schedule, including numerous tours of Western Europe, Canada, and the United States, as well as a rigorous performing and recording schedule in the New York City area.

Murph Aucamp – Sold out!

This event is sold out!

Jazz trio from Miami, led by drummer/pianist Murphy Aucamp.

$10-$20 suggested donation. Please also bring food or wine to share.

Emmet Cohen Trio

Emmet Cohen and friends swing through Timucua one more time! The trio is known for its range and uplifting dynamism, representing Cohen’s “kaleidoscopic sense of musical narrative,” as noted in Downbeat Magazine. Audience members can expect to be treated to a master class in stylistic juxtapositions, including the melding of stride, blues, church, swing, bebop, free, and contemporary styles, resulting in the innovative sound of Jazz’s future. The Trio will also feature selections from Cohen’s latest album releases, “Masters Legacy Series Vol. 1,” which features famed Miles Davis drummer Jimmy Cobb, and “Vol. 2”, showcasing revered acoustic bass pioneer, Ron Carter.

A special exhibition of works by Lisa Mazzoni.

$20 general admission. Timucua Members, Active Military, Veterans, and College Students save 50%. Please also bring food or wine to share.

Marbin

MARBIN is a progressive jazz-rock band based in Chicago, IL, with a unique story that stands out in today’s music world. With a do-it-yourself approach, Marbin started touring extensively in 2011, bringing their original instrumental music to every part of the United States. Through word of mouth, Marbin has gained tens of thousands of devoted fans all over the world, and has sold tens of thousands of albums. Marbin has released seven albums: Marbin (2009), Breaking the Cycle (2011), Last Chapter of Dreaming (2013), The Third Set (2014), Aggressive Hippies (2015), Goatman and the House of the Dead (2016), and Isreali Jazz (2018). Marbin regularly plays in clubs all over the US and in jam and jazz festivals around the world.

A special exhibition of works by Lisa Mazzoni.

$20 general admission. Please also bring food or wine to share.

Jonathan Kreisberg Quartet

Jonathan Kreisberg, guitar

Martin Bejerano, piano

Matt Clohesy, bass

Colin Stranahan, drums

Combining timeless melodicism with forward–thinking lines and textures, the music of Jonathan Kreisberg continues to attract a growing international fan base.   His compositions have been performed by his groundbreaking quartet on five continents.  As a guitarist, his sound and technique has influenced the next generation of players and has arguably contributed to the evolution of the instrument in jazz.   For their show at Timucua, JKQ will perform brand new compositions that combine jazz tradition, instrumental virtuosity, modern soundscapes and influences from every corner of the world and beyond.

$20 general admission. Please also bring food or wine to share.