HMC Concert Series: Jazz, Music of Chick Corea

May 2, 2018 Add to Calendar

7–8 p.m.


Shanahan Center, Drinkward Recital Hall
320 E. Foothill Blvd.
Claremont, CA 91711


Harvey Mudd College Presents
Jazz: Music of Chick Corea

Students in the HMC course Jazz Improvisation, directed by Professor Robert Keller, will be performing tunes by pianist and composer Chick Corea.

Evan Atchison, electric bass
Kathryn Chan, flute, vocal
Gilbert Chang, alto sax, percussion
Rishov Chaterjee, piano
David Chu Lasso, drums
Matthew Daruty, piano
Adam Hinthrone, tenor sax
Robert Keller, trumpet, piano
Jackson Kuzmik, electic bass
Baiyu Li, cello
Matthew Mashewske, flugelhorn
Kyle Miller, piano
Josh Morgan, guitar
Bella Puentes, vibraphone
Benjamin Sacks, drums, percussion
Anthony Cruz Solis, drums, percussion


The Loop (1984)
500 Miles High (1972)
La Fiesta (1967)
Crystal Silence (1972)
Bud Powell (1978)
Tones for Joan’s Bones (1968)
Spain (1972)

All tunes are composed by Chick Corea (b. 1941, Chelsea, MA). Dates are approximate and based on the dates of recordings.

Chick Corea is one of the greatest and best-known modern jazz pianists and composers. His compositions range from obvious Andalusian influences to dissonant post-bop harmonies. His performances range from acoustic to electric instruments, and from bebop to fusion. He has played as a leader on many recordings since 1966 and is still active, recording and touring around the world. His Grammy awards include Best Jazz Performance by a Group, Best Instrumental Arrangement, and Best Improvised Jazz Solo.