This weekend brings the sixth annual San Francisco Filipino American Jazz Festival.
Set for Sunday at Yoshi’s in the City, the festival features vocalist Melissa Morgan (left) with the Larry Vuckovich Trio, vocalist Yolanda Quandt, pianist-composer Winston Raval with the group Vanishing Tribe and drummer-jazz historian Richie Quirino. Here are the details.
Become part of this historic event as we showcase and celebrate our Filipino American jazz artists - their unique sound, contributions, history and legacy. The SF Filipino American Jazz Festival is a collaboration among the Filipino American National Historical Society and Philippine American Writers and Artists, Inc. The event will feature and honor the contributions of Filipino-American jazz artists past and present to the ongoing legacy of this wonderful art form. It promotes, preserves, and celebrates contributions to jazz, blues, R&B and world music by Filipino American and all artists.
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