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Join us for a luxurious trip to see Milton Nascimento at the annual SF Jazz Festival
Saturday, November 7, 2009 at 12:00 PM - Sunday, November 8, 2009 at 2:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, CA
Join Capital Public Radio for a trip to see Milton Nascimento at the SF Jazz Festival Saturday, November 7th. Premium concert seats, deluxe hotel accommodations, gourmet dinner, motor coach transportation, and fine wines are all included, but space is limited.
Jazz Director Gary Vercelli hosts an overnight evening at Le Meridien Hotel in San Francisco. Dine in style and sip on wines from Easton and Terre Rouge wineries before embarking on a short ride up the hill to the SF Jazz Festival. Relax to the tunes of Brazilian jazz great Milton Nascimento before reposing in the luxurious accommodations of one of San Francisco's premiere hotels.
Your ticket includes: Roundtrip motorcoach transportation from Sacramento (departing from Capital Public Radio) to Le Meridien Hotel in San Francisco. A Latin-inspired gourmet dinner and fine wines with fellow travelers. Transportation to and from the concert beginning at 8pm on Saturday evening.
About the Hotel:
At Le Meridien, the guest rooms are spacious and many offer sweeping views of the bay as well as the city. The rooms have an attractive, contemporary décor and appointments with fine furnishings. Accommodations are 100% non-smoking and are equipped with wired and wireless High Speed Internet Access, plush robes, beds with 300-count Frette sheets, down duvets, and a Nakamichi stereo/CD player. Room service is available 24 hours a day
About Milton Nascimento:
For this performance, Nascimento focuses on the bossa nova standards that provided him with early inspiration, songs he explores on his 2008 album, Novas Bossas. As on the CD, he’s accompanied by the superlative Jobim Trio (actually a quartet) featuring guitarist Paulo and pianist Daniel Jobim (son and grandson, respectively, of the late, seminal bossa nova composer Antonio Carlos Jobim), bassist Rodrigo Villa and master drummer Paulo Braga, a confederate of Nascimento’s since their teenage days in Minas Gerais. It’s a rare opportunity to hear one of the world’s most beloved and influential musicians delve into the songs that shaped him.
a concert ticket and complimentary year-long membership to SF JAZZ.
When & Where
Capital Public Radio
NPR, News and Music for Northern California and Western Nevada.