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KCC Productions presents Chardavoine and Friends at MOCA
(Published: August 20, 2014)

Haitian-born but Brooklyn-bred, this amazing guitarist has covered the gambit of musical styles through the waves of his guitar. He is a great musician, a talented artist and a refined professional. He represents the best of modern music and the future of jazz.

He's well known around New York for his association with the great Dave Valentin who's a guest on two of his CD's. Last year he had the privilege of playing at Aretha Franklin's birthday bash with the Tito Puente Jr. orchestra.

His latest release, entitled "The Tribute," is a tribute to the Haitian earthquake victims and a trip back to his roots musically.

Chardavoine is a  concrete manifestation of what is called "Haitian jazz" a new genre emerging in jazz today. "The Tribute" is an eloquent testimony of this genre of music. It showcases his talents not only as an excellent musician but also as a great creative and seasoned arranger. His ealrlier CD, "Fifth Season", has been described as "Funky jazz that is played with soul; it's lyrical, it's instrumental, it's guitar oriented in the style of George Benson, it's lyrical in the style of Stevie Wonder."

Friday, August 29, 8-9:15 PM
MOCA 770 NE 125th St
North Miami FL

More Information: https://www.mocanomi.org

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