Orquesta Dharma, a Latin Jazz group, will be performing in Turlock as part of the Turlock Concert Association’s 80th year.
Jamie Dubberly’s Orquesta Dharma is an award-winning Latin jazz orchestra comprised of some of the best jazz and Latin musicians in the Bay Area, and beyond. Included in the lineup is Cuban-born master percussionist and Grammy winner Carlos Caro, drummer and bandleader, and regular contributor to Downbeat magazine, Brian Andres, Grammy Award winning Peruvian bassist David Pinto, and assistant director of the Brubeck Institute, pianist Randy Sandoli. Leading the group is Grammy winning trombonist Jamie Dubberly. His quintet version of Dharma brings an intimate, but powerful, and invigorating concept of Afro-Cuban jazz and salsa.
The group will be performing at 7 p.m. March 19 at the Turlock Community Theatre at 1574 E. Canal Drive.
Season subscription is $65 for one adult, $75 for a one-parent family, $140 for a two-parent family, or $40 for a student alone, and includes reciprocal tickets at several affiliated associations in the region. Single tickets for non-subscribers for this event are $25, $15 for students. Season subscription also includes reciprocal tickets at several affiliated associations in the region. For tickets, subscriptions, or further information, call Ken Weisel (209) 606-6682 or Darlene Runsten (209) 480-4020, or visit http://www.turlockconcert.org/tickets.php for pricing. Tickets and season subscriptions will also be available through eventbrite.com or at the door.