Terence Blanchard featuring the E-Collective is in its second phase of grooved fusion teeming with funk, R&B and blues.
Blanchard, Tri-C JazzFest Cleveland’s artist-in-residence, has recorded more than 30 critically acclaimed albums, including several stellar outings with saxophonist Donald Harrison. His new recording, “Caravan”, is a sequel to “Breathless” and was recorded live in Cleveland, Minneapolis and Dallas.
A multiple Grammy-winner, Blanchard has traveled many musical paths, delivering adventurous and original material, composing more than 50 film soundtracks and, in 2013, debuting “Champion: An Opera in Jazz”, commissioned by St. Louis Opera. “A Tale of God’s Will (A Requiem for Katrina)” won a Grammy in 2008 in the category of Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album.
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