The Bass Museum of Art will resume its celebrated HOT NIGHTS COOL JAZZ concert series on Friday, June 15 through Friday, July 27 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. The four-week summer series will run every other Friday evening and will feature some of the best contemporary Jazz artists in South Florida.
The ever-popular happy hour and jazz night kicks off on June 15 with a performance by Jason Hainsworth Quartet, featuring both original compositions and jazz standards in a swinging, modern jazz style.
On June 29, the series continues with the Brian Murphy Trio. With Brian Murphy on piano, John Yarling on drums and Chuck Bergeron on bass, the group will perform both original materials and selections from the American Songbook.
The Fernando Ulibarri Quartet will follow on July 13 with guitarist and composer Fernando Ulibarri, who will be accompanied by the piano, bass and drums in a performance featuring original compositions and arrangements of jazz standards.
The series will conclude on July 27 with a performance by the Gary Campbell/Mike Gerber Duo. Two of the most respected musicians in South Florida, saxophonist Campbell and pianist Gerber perform both original compositions and jazz standards.
HOT NIGHTS COOL JAZZ is free for museum members and $10 for non-members. Jazz Happy Hour offers complimentary beverages courtesy of Rex-Goliath Wines. Seating is limited.