Returning to the Timucua Arts stage with jazz phenoms La Lucha for two shows
In the grand tradition of nine previous
Joseph Hayes/La Lucha collaborations, improvised jazz meets unrevealed spoken word, where the destination of the performance is unknown until it gets there. We don't know exactly what will be played, or said, or in what order.
JAZZ SPOKEN HERE will highlight words written for the various plays of The Hayes Project, and new music from
Mark Feinman and
John O'Leary, with special guests for the "late" show.
JAZZ SPOKEN HERE
THE CAST OF CHARACTERS
LA LUCHABassist Alejandro Arenas, drummer Mark Feinman and pianist John O’Leary have toured and performed at jazz festivals around the world as La Lucha. The band aims to create music which transcends genres and classifications. The three brilliant Central Florida musicians will create a one-of-a-kind, one night only theatrical jazz experience for this 10th collaboration with Joseph Hayes, primarily in an improvisational setting. Their latest record is EVERYBODY WANTS TO RULE THE WORLD on Arbors Records.MORE INFO
JOSEPH REED HAYESContinuing The Hayes Project, Joseph pulls material from a stream of works that will inform the final production of If I Had My Way by playing with La Lucha, one of his great artistic joys.MORE INFO
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January 30, 2022, 7 and 8:30PM
Timucua Arts Foundation, Orlando FL
Alejandro Arenas, bass
Mark Feinman, drums
John C. O'Leary III, piano & keyboards
Joseph Hayes, words
- The Hayes Project is sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Arts & Culture and the Florida Council on Arts & Culture