Referred to by the Los Angeles Times as "a brass-wielding force of nature," trumpeter Terence Blanchard returns to MIM following the triumphant 2015 performances of his biographical opera, Champion: An Opera in Jazz. He brings his Grammy-nominated E-Collective to perform music of hope and healing from their forthcoming album, Caravan, a collection of live recordings made in Minneapolis, Cleavland, and Dallas - three cities scarred by the violence and tension between law enforcement officers and the African American populations in those urban centers. 

The Grammy-winning New Orleans native is a major creative force in the contemporary jazz scene. He has composed over forty movie scores, including soundtracks for the majority of director Spike Lee's work, making Blanchard the most prolific jazz artist working in film. 

4725 E. Mayo Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ 85050
Admission
$28.50 - $43.50
Times
Starting: 7:00 PM & 9:00 PM
Contact
(480) 478-6000
(480) 478-6000