KAPA‘A — The Kaua‘i Concert Association is presenting the Honolulu Jazz Quartet for a one-night only concert, Aug. 20 starting at 7 p.m. at the Sheraton Kaua‘i Coconut Beach Luau Hale.
“The Honolulu Jazz Quartet is celebrating more than 20 years of great jazz, and we are excited to present them for the people of Kaua‘i,” said Karen Hall, a board member of the Kaua‘i Concert Association.
Doors to the Luau Hale open at 6 p.m. for the performance where the Quartet is ready to be recognized for its jazz scenes such as “Sounds of the City,” and “Tenacity.”
The Honolulu Jazz Quartet includes members John Kolivas on bass, Tim Tsukayama on saxophones, Dan Del Negro on piano, and Adam Baron on percussion. They’ve been thrilling audiences since forming in 2001.
The Quartet offers listeners a mix of jazz standards and original compositions that demonstrate the individual and collective virtuosity of its members as well as their proven dedication to music.
To celebrate its 20th anniversary, its CD “Straight Ahead” will soon be available on CDbaby.com, and other streaming accounts, including Spotify, Amazon Music, and more.
The Kaua‘i Concert Association was founded in 1974, and is Kaua‘i’s only consistent presenter of classical music performances at affordable costs to island residents and visitors. The group also focuses on supplementing the music education provided at Kaua‘i’s public and private schools.
Source: The Garden Island