Kurt Rosenwinkel Quartet

Kurt Rosenwinkel Quartet

Guitar legend Kurt Rosenwinkel brings an all star quartet to Century Room.
Ages 21+

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$35 – $40

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Kurt Rosenwinkel

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The Century Room

311 E Congress St

Tucson, AZ 85701

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Kurt Rosenwinkel has been called "a genius" by Eric Clapton and has left an indelible mark on modern jazz. Can't miss! ($35-$40 Tickets)

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The Century Room & the Tucson Jazz Festival Present:

Kurt Rosenwinkel Quartet

Wednesday, October 5

6pm doors / 7pm 1st Set

8:30pm doors / 9pm 2nd Set

$35 advance / $40 day of show / $40 "Dinner & Show" Reserved Seat

– Kurt Rosenwinkel (guitar) Taylor Eigsti (piano) Eric Revis (bass) Gregory Hutchinson (drums) –

“Kurt Rosenwinkel’s music is the sound of the future - just like bebop once was” – Chicago Tribune
“Kurt Rosenwinkel is a genius - he really is, and Caipi is music to heal the soul” – Eric Clapton

Kurt Rosenwinkel has been a distinct and prominent creative voice at the forefront of modern music for nearly three decades. The American multi-instrumentalist, composer, and producer has gained international recognition for his deft artistry and unabated individualism since he first appeared on the New York music scene in 1991. His legacy as the pre-eminent jazz guitar voice of his generation is plainly evident on his eleven albums as a leader, each one the inspiration for legions of musicians young and old across the globe.

Kurt’s aesthetic vision and multi-genre facility has caught the ear of some of modern music’s most prominent stars; collaborations with Eric Clapton, Q-tip, Gary Burton, Paul Motian, Joe Henderson, Brad Mehldau, and Donald Fagen are but a few highlights from a remarkably diverse and extensive catalog of over 150 sideman recordings. In the winter of 2016, Kurt formed the independent music label Heartcore Records with the focused intention of signing and promoting a new generation of musicians whose exacting standards match his own. Heartcore has also allowed Kurt to flourish in yet another dimension of music making, that of the record producer. He self-produced his eleventh album, 2017’s “Caipi”, and was more recently involved as a producer and guitarist on Brazilian multi-instrumentalist Pedro Martin’s 2019 release “Vox”.

The future looks intensely bright for Rosenwinkel, who is consistently busy as a sideman and leader of several projects. With plans to tour and release new material from his improvising trio Bandit 65, Brazilian rock/fusion band Caipi, and a forthcoming live solo album, this visionary artist doesn’t appear to be slowing down any time soon.

He brings an all-star quartet of New York's baddest to the Century Room on October 5th!

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