RADD Jazz Series presents Universal Language IX
The RADD Jazz Series presents Universal Language IX, an annual program that explores the synthesis of jazz, improvised music and indigenous folk music from throughout the world.
Universal Language celebrates the diversity as well as the shared influences of music from throughout the world. Our ninth edition presents music from the African Diaspora, Argentina, Bulgaria, Celtic Traditions, Cuba, Haiti, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Scandinavian Traditions, Spain and Turkey.
The RADD Jazz Series features the UW-River Falls Jazz Ensemble, directed by Music Professor David Milne, as well as national and regional touring jazz artists. The RADD Jazz Series is dedicated to the memory of John Radd, professor of music and Jazz Ensemble director at UWRF. The RADD Jazz Series is collaboration between the UWRF Music Department and the UWRF Office of Student Life.
The even take place at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 27, in Abbott Concert Hall of Klienpell Fine Arts Building. Admission is free and open to the public.
For more information or accommodations, call the Office of Student Life, 715-425-4444.