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Jazz

Billy Childs Quartet

Saturday, February 8, 2025, 7:30PM
Miller Theatre at Columbia University

Single Tickets on Sale July 15 at 12PM

Eight-time Grammy winner Billy Childs has “sidestepped categorization as an intrepid hard bopper” (The New Yorker), collaborating with jazz luminaries like J.J. Johnson, Joe Henderson, Wynton Marsalis, and Dave Holland, as well eminent classical and contemporary artists including Yo-Yo Ma, Sting, and the Kronos Quartet. Admired for his versatility, technical mastery, and deep emotional expression, the renowned pianist and composer makes his Miller debut with his all-star quartet.

Billy Childs by Raj Naik 960x1446
photo by Raj Naik

Eight-time Grammy winner Billy Childs has “sidestepped categorization as an intrepid hard bopper” (The New Yorker), collaborating with jazz luminaries like J.J. Johnson, Joe Henderson, Wynton Marsalis, and Dave Holland, as well eminent classical and contemporary artists including Yo-Yo Ma, Sting, and the Kronos Quartet. Admired for his versatility, technical mastery, and deep emotional expression, the renowned pianist and composer makes his Miller debut with his all-star quartet.

Performers

  • Billy Childs by Raj Naik 160x240
    Billy Childs piano
  • Sean Jones by Jimmy Katz 160x240
    Sean Jones trumpet (special guest)
  • Matt Penman by Chris Drukker 160x240
    Matt Penman bass
  • Ari Hoenig by Jimmy Katz 160x240
    Ari Hoenig drums
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