Miguel Zenón

Elected to the Hall of Fame
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Miguel Zenón's news entries:

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    Bassist and bandleader Christian McBride, who has won six Grammy awards, has three more Grammy nominations.

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    Miguel Zenón steered past his most recent release, a lovely tribute to the work of Ismael Rivera, and headed right into muscular post-bop territory during the Angrajazz festival, which ran Oct 3-5 on Terceira Island in the Azores.

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    Miguel Zenón and Melissa Aldana perform Sunday at the Chicago Jazz Festival with Latino-America Unida, a new collective that also included drummer Antonio Sánchez, bassist Ricky Rodriguez and pianist David Virelles.

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    Miguel Zenón is set to close out the Angrajazz festival on Oct. 5

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    As part of the Chicago Jazz Festival, Grammy-winning singer Cécile McLorin Salvant will perform at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park on Aug. 31 at 7:45 p.m.

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    Vocalist and composer Cécile McLorin Salvant is among the nominees for the 61st annual Grammy Awards.

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    Vibraphonist Roy Ayers performs last year in Pittsburgh.

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    Luis Perdomo (left), Miguel Zenón, Peter Bernstein and Branford Marsalis perform at The Jazz Gallery in New York on Nov. 1.

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    Miguel Zenón received a Grammy nomination for his album Típico.

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    John Scofield will perform at an all-star benefit concert at the Jazz Gallery on Nov. 1, with proceeds going to provide assistance to the people of Puerto Rico.

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    Trumpeter Sean Jones (left) and saxophonists Miguel Zenón, David Sánchez and Joshua Redman perform on Oct. 8 at Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse in Berkeley, California.

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    Miguel Zenón will lead a benefit concert for victims of Hurricane Maria in Berkeley, California, on Oct. 8. The powerful hurricane was the worst storm to hit the island in almost a century.

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    Luis Perdomo (left), Miguel Zenón, Hans Glawischnig and Henry Cole perform at Bogui Jazz in Madrid on July 2.


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