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Molly Blank Concert Series: Joe Alterman and Houston Person Together Again

Joe Alterman and Houston Person Together Again
Mar 12 2023 | 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Joe Alterman and Houston Person Together Again

LIVE AT THE BREMAN

Joe Alterman and Houston Person Together Again

Where: The Breman Museum

When: March 12th, 4:00PM

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Reuniting for a concert titled “Joe Alterman & Houston Person: Together Again” at the Breman Museum on March 12, pianist Alterman and saxophonist Person will dig into standards of the Great American Songbook.

Togetherness is a key component for these musicians who are decades apart in age but totally simpatico on stage. “Houston and I have such a fun time performing together,” Alterman says of his collaborations with legendary saxman, “and there are smiles all around hen we play -- both on our faces and those in the audience.”
 

The late, great Ramsey Lewis called Alterman’s music, Happy music with tasty meat on the bones. The pianist believes that description describes what’s in store for “Together Again” perfectly, with swing, funk, soul and blues on the menu.

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