Angelo State University's Jazz Ensembles program will host its final "Jazz Combo Night" of the spring on Wednesday, March 22, from 7-9 p.m. at The House of FiFi DuBois, 123 S. Chadbourne St. in downtown San Angelo.
Styled less like a traditional concert and more like an open jam session, the event is free and open to the public.
The ASU Jazz Combo will feature students performing on trumpet, saxophone, trombone, guitar, piano, bass and drums, along with Dr. Trent Shuey of the ASU music faculty on drum set and vibraphone.
Following the Jazz Combo performance, they will open up the stage for anyone in the audience who would like to join in for a jam session. So attendees are encouraged to bring their instruments and be ready to perform.
The Jazz Combo is a component of the ASU Jazz Ensembles program, which offers diverse and creative, small- and large-group jazz performance experiences. It covers a wide range of styles, including bebop, Latin jazz, free jazz, funk, hip hop and many others. ASU is proud to offer performances in this uniquely American art form.
The Jazz Ensembles program is directed by Dr. Trent Shuey, ASU assistant director of bands.