Pianist Carmen Sandim brings her quartet to KUVO’s new Bonfils – Stanton Performance Studio on Thursday, March 9 at 7 pm.

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An engaging jazz pianist, composer, and music educator (University of Colorado Boulder, Metropolitan State University of Denver, and the University of Colorado Denver), Carmen Sandim combines harmonically-sophisticated post-bop with traditions from her native Brazil. Originally from Sao Paulo, Sandim studied music at Boston’s Berklee College of Music and the University of Colorado. Sandim first gained attention in the 2000s after moving to Boulder, Colorado. Her debut album, 2011’s “Brand New”, features cornetist Ron Miles. In 2016, she won a grant from Pathways to Jazz to record her sophomore album, “Play-Doh”, released in 2019 via Ropeadope Records.

In this performance, the quartet will feature songs from Carmen’s latest project “Mini Brazilian Beasts,” released in 2022 on Octave Records. Sandim’s quartet includes Tim Wendel on guitar, Bill McCrossen at bass, and Ryan Hayden on drums.

Don’t miss the Carmen Sandim Quartet, LIVE from KUVO, Thursday, March 9 at 7 pm!

LIVE performances on KUVO JAZZ are supported by Bonfils Stanton Foundation, Drum City Guitarland, Grace Design Pro Audio, Listen Up, Schmitt Music – Englewood, and made possible by KUVO’s Studio Club and Beat Collective members.

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