Cel­e­brat­ing Purim: Cal Haines’ quar­tet

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Cal Haines’ Flora Purim Pro­ject fea­tur­ing Jackie Zamora takes the stage on the Plaza at 6 p.m. on Tues­day, July 21, as part of the free Santa Fe Bandstand con­cert se­ries. Haines has a long and deep love for jazz. The Ohio na­tive be­gan drum lessons 60 years ago, and by the age of twelve, he had de­cided that jazz was his fa­vored do­main. Over the years he has per­formed with Char­lie Rich, Clark Terry, Aaron Co­p­land, Bobby Shew, and John Proulx, among many oth­ers. Two Santa Fe projects, both ini­ti­ated in 2010, are the Trib­ute Trio — with pi­anist John Ran­gel and bassist Michael Glynn — and the Su­perSax New Mexico nonet. Singing with Haines’ new group is Peru na­tive Zamora, who is known lo­cally as a mem­ber of the Al­bu­querque band Bara­cu­tanga. The quar­tet — also with sax­o­phon­ist Kanoa Kaluhiwa, key­boardist Jim Ahrend, and bassist Colin Deu­ble — plays “Light as a Feather,” “500 Miles High,” “You’re Ev­ery­thing,” and other tunes by the Brazil­ianAmer­i­can singer Flora Purim. The con­cert is pre­sented by the 10th an­nual New Mexico Jazz Fes­ti­val. Visit www.santafeband­stand.org. — P.W.

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