Live Music: Angelo Miranda & Jim Corter (Jazz Duet)
- Everett Library Cafe
- 11/1/2012, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
One of TC's own, Dr. Angelo Miranda is an adjunct assistant professor in the music department where he teaches percussion. As a latin-jazz "vibes" player, Angelo has a strong affinity for the music of Cal Tjader, but he is also a diverse drumset player -- and is regarded as one of the most versatile and tasteful drummers on the American-Hungarian music scene. Angelo is the Video Services Coordinator at TC and gives workshops on sound and video production for the CIS department.
Jim Corter has been playing bass professionally since high school. He studied string bass with a number of teachers including the principal bassists of the Toronto Symphony, the National Symphony, and the North Carolina Symphony, and jazz improvisation with Jerry Coker. He has played with bands and some noted jazz artists on both coast.
The Everett Cafe proudly sponsors 1-hour musical performances by musicians, solo through to quintets, from the Teachers College community. Whether eclectic blues, Latin jazz, traditional folk, or classical with a gypsy twist, there is variety and talent to be enjoyed as you sip your Starbucks; mingle with friends and colleagues; peruse bestsellers and news; or simply study.
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- Jennifer Govan