Arturo Sandoval

Pat Bianchi

City Park Jazz continues on Sunday with Hammond B-3 player Pat Bianchi returning to Denver for an event that should mark the jazz-highlight of this year’s series in the Park. After Bianchi returned to the east coast after an extended time in Denver, he began a quick march up the ranks of organ masters, moving to the top of the list of rising-star players in the 2016 DownBeat “Critics Poll.” He’s a regular with both guitarist Pat Martino and alto saxophonist Lou Donaldson. Bianchi takes stage at 6pm.

Arturo Sandoval | July 14

Jul 8, 2018

Cuban American jazz trumpeter, pianist, and composer, Arturo Sandoval has evolved into one of the world’s most acknowledged guardians of jazz trumpet and flugelhorn. This Latin jazz pioneer and 10-time Grammy award winner delivers dynamic and vivacious live performances, captivating audiences with his lyrical improvisation and virtuoso capabilities.

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Not too long ago, Nocturne celebrated its third anniversary, marking a significant landmark for the project created by team Mattson. The club, located at 1330 27th St., in the RiNo Arts District provides jazz Tuesday through Saturday on a regular basis in a very attractive environment – and for that a celebration is certainly in order. Along with an emphasis on food, Nocturne established the idea of extended residencies at the club for area-based musicians, providing a little different twist to the presentation of jazz in town.