Jackie Warren And Sammy DeLeon Quartet Outdoor Concert (SOLD OUT) @ BOP STOP
When: Oct 03, 2020, 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Where: BOP STOP
THIS SHOW HAS SOLD OUT
Longtime collaborators Sammy DeLeon and Jackie Warren join forces for a special outdoor concert featuring their Latin jazz quartet. The band includes:
- Jackie Warren, piano
- Sammy Deleon, pecussion
- Scott McKee, trumpet
- Elmer Arocho, bass
For this event we have fifteen tables generously spaced in our temporary outdoor seating area. Each table is sold for a flat rate of $50 and can accommodate up to four guests. The trio will be set up on our existing patio and will be more than 20 feet from guests. The inside of the club will be closed except for restroom use. Outdoor bar service is available but there will be no dinner service. We encourage you to bring your own food and please consider supporting a local restaurant. Mask required.
Please order your tickets ahead of time.
A native of Colorado, pianist Jackie Warren originally came to Ohio upon the recommendations of her teachers Patricia Warren, Myra Boitos, Charles Day, and Steve Barta to study classical piano at Oberlin Conservatory with Sedmara Zakarian Rutstein, where she graduated with a B.M. in performance. While at Oberlin, she also studied jazz arranging, composition, and theory with Wendell Logan, who became a mentor to her, and encouraged her to study jazz piano with Neal Creque and jazz improvisation with Kenny Davis. Jackie received a M.M. from Cleveland State University in classical piano performance, studying with Andrius Kuprevicius and Daniel Barber, but continued her lessons with Creque, and has been based in Cleveland ever since.
Jackie performs regularly as a soloist, but has her own jazz trio, which includes bassist Peter Dominguez and drummer Ron Godale. She also arranges and plays salsa and Latin jazz with percussionist Sammy Deleon y Su Orquesta. In addition to these groups, Jackie has performed locally and nationally with such artists and groups as David Fathead Newman, Benny Bailey, Clark Terry, Frank Morgan, Bobby Watson, Frank Foster, Jane Bunnett and the Spirits of Havana, Los Munequitos de Matanzas, Othello Molineaux, Donald Harrison, Gerald Wilson, Jimmy Heath, Impacto Nuevo, Humberto Ramirez, Cano Estremera, Tommy Olivencia, Tony Vega, Tito Rojas, Tito Puente, Jr., Hector Tricoche, Percy Sledge, King Solomon, the Tuscarawas Philharmonic, the Jazz Heritage Orchestra, the Cleveland Jazz Orchestra, and the Afro Cleveland Orchestra.
Sammy DeLeon is a well-recognized fixture in the Ohio Latin jazz scene whom has gained popularity for his danceable groove-oriented music in the styles of Latin jazz, salsa, and merengue.
DeLeon’s performance credits include performances with El Gran Combo, Tito Rojas, and Tony Vega. DeLeon has performed in New York, Chicago, Miami, and San Juan, Puerto Rico, as well as locally, and has opened for Tito Puente, whose praise he earned. He also fronts his own orchestra which features four vocalists, a trumpeter, saxophonist, pianist, bassist, and three percussion players.