Puerto Rico Heineken Jazz Fest 2012

Change of dates for the Puerto Rico Heineken Jazz Fest 2012

The Puerto Rico Heineken Jazz Festival celebrates it’s 22nd edition, starting March 29 until April 1 in the Tito Puente Amphitheatre, San Juan, Puerto Rico. This edition is dedicated to bassist Abraham Laboriel.

Puerto Rico Heineken Jazz Fest 2012: March 29 – April 1

Thursday, March 29
8:00pm: José Heredia & IQ
9:30pm: Michel Camilo “Mano a Mano” with Giovanni Hidalgo and Charles Flores

Friday, March 30
8:00pm: Agustin Barreto Fusion Quartet
9:30pm: Ariadna Paloma (Flamenco Jazz)
11:00pm: Dee Dee Bridgewater: To Billie with Love “A Celebration of Lady Day”

Saturday, March 31
8:00pm: José Negroni Trio with Ed Calle
9:30pm: Open Hands with Abraham Laboriel
11:00pm: Cubano Be Cubano Bop: Poncho Sanchez Latin Jazz Band with Christian Scott

Sunday, Abril 1
5pm: Puerto Rico in Berklee Student Band
6pm: Mario Parmesano Trio: Tributo to Piazzola, Tango and Jazz
7:30pm: Paco de Lucía

For additional information: www.prheinekenjazz.com

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