Saturday — November 4, 2017
Center for Faith and Life, Main Hall
Clarinetist-saxophonist Anat Cohen has won hearts and minds the world over with her expressive virtuosity and delightful stage presence. As "one of the brightest, most original young instrumentalists in jazz" (Washington Post), Cohen brings to the stage a soulful blend of modern and traditional jazz, classical music, Brazilian choro, Argentine tango, and Afro-Cuban styles.
* Tickets are currently available for sbuscription purchase only.
Center Stage Dinner Series
Inspired by Brazil, soulful and sweet
Starter: Mariscos a la chalaca (mussels with onion, corn, and tomato relish).
Entrée: Picanha (beef) sous vide with heirloom tomato and tomato vinagrette over zucchini next, or black bean and
rice cake (V).
Bread: Pao de queijo (Brazilian-style cheese bread).
Dessert: Bolo de mousse de chocolate (moist chocolate cake layered with chocolate mousse) with strawberry and dark chocolate.