Ran­dom Acts Or­ford String Quar­tet; cor­netist War­ren Vaché; Gene Kelly: The Legacy; Yemaya’s Belly

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The swing-ori­ented cor­net ace War­ren Vaché is fea­tured in the Santa Fe Mu­sic Col­lec­tive’s new­est con­cert at Mu­seum Hill Café (710 Camino Lejo), at 7 p.m. on Satur­day, Oct. 10. Jazz stan­dards will no doubt have first place on the songlist. “War­ren is a master of the swing style, but you can’t pi­geon­hole him,” said drum­mer John Trenta­costa. “He’s as mod­ern as any­body, stylis­ti­cally. He was a pro­tege of Pee Wee Er­win and he used to work with Kenny Dav­ern a lot. I think he’s a liv­ing leg­end.” Vaché is a vet­eran of record­ings with Rose­mary Clooney, Woody Her­man, Gerry Mul­li­gan, and he also worked with Benny Good­man, Vic Dick­en­son, and Scott Hamil­ton. Fill­ing out the quar­tet with Vaché and Trenta­costa are two other New York play­ers: pi­anist Tardo Ham­mer and bassist Earl Sauls. Tick­ets are $25. Call 505-983-6820 or see www.santafe­mu­s­ic­col­lec­tive.org. — Paul Wei­de­man

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