The Joe Anderies Quintet performs LIVE from KUVO’s Bonfils-Stanton Performance Studio on Thursday, August 31 at 7:00 p.m.
KUVO Studio Club members, be sure to RSVP via the invitation when you receive it, as space is limited.
The Joe Anderies Quintet was formed from summer and fall outdoor yard concerts during and after the global pandemic in 2020/21. From these sessions Joe pulled together a full-on album project with original compositions (influenced by Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Hubert Laws and Lyle Mays). From hard driving swing to Latin and contemporary sounds, the Joe Anderies Quintet delivers a joyful and revitalizing experience! Don’t miss out on this special night.
Joe Anderies is a longtime Denver flutist, saxophonist and music educator. Over the years Joe has developed cutting-edge jazz education programs for elementary through high school students. His vision to connect tradition with the young and upcoming players continues to grow as he enters his fifth year as a board member of the Colorado Conservatory for the Jazz Arts and his 23rd year in the organization as a teacher and advisor. Joe did his formal study at Colorado Mesa University, University of North Texas, Metropolitan State University-Denver, and the CU Boulder Masters of Music program. Joe has recorded and performed with artists such as Larry Coryell, Ron Miles, Chuck Lamb, Bennie Maupin and Rob Mullins.
Joining Joe Anderies on alto flute and saxophone are an all-star assembly of Colorado players, including Eric Gunnison at piano, Alex Heffron on guitar, Bill McCrossen on bass and Mike Marlier on drums.
The Joe Anderies Quintet, LIVE on KUVO, on the air, on the stream, on the App and on KUVO’s YouTube channel, Thursday, August 31 at 7:00 p.m.