Please note: All ticket sales are final. Patrons who are unable to attend may contribute their tickets to The Nash at least 48 hours prior to the show as a tax-deductible donation for the face value of the tickets.

The doors will open approximately 30 minutes before showtime. 

FYI: The most common reason for getting the error message "We were not able to price all your tickets. Please contact our box office at (602) 795-0464" 
is attempting to purchase Student tickets in a "Premium" seating section. 


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Jazz Matinee: Joel Robin & Sons + Tony Vacca & Delphine Cortez

Joel Robin-piano, Adrian Goldenthal-bass, Julian Goldenthal-drums, with special guests Delphine Cortez-vocals, Tony Vacca-sax/flute

What were the odds that a piano player would be blessed with 2 sons who play bass and drums? That is the case for pianist Joel Robin (Goldenthal) and his sons – bassist Adrian and drummer Julian.

$20 General, $15 Seniors (60+), $10 Students w/ ID, JiA Lifetime members & youth under age 12 admitted FREE
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Biddy Healy's Salt River Bed

Australian-born vocalist/composer Biddy Healey presents Brazilian-inspired contemporary jazz, with nods to Jobim, Bjork, and the Great American Songbook. This is the world premier of Healey's new project for 9-piece band – with strings, horns, and rhythm section – which she will be recording in New York this summer with an all-star ensemble that includes some of New York's finest jazz musicians.

$20, $10 Students (25 & under w/ ID)
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June 22 Ioannis Goudelis: Pop Jazzified Quartet

Ioannis Goudelis-piano, Adam Armijo-guitar, Mario Mendivil-bass, John Lewis-drums

These great musicians offer up their own treatment to classics from The Beatles, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson and other artists.

$25, $10 Students (25 & under w/ ID)
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June 23 Jazz Matinee: Alice Tatum

Alice Tatum-vocals, Nicole Pesce-piano, Bob Lashier-bass, Todd Chuba-drums

Alice Tatum is an award winning and critically acclaimed singer who has been a fixture on the Phoenix music scene for more than 30 years.  She is an accomplished jazz vocalist, as well as excelling in pop music genres.

ALL SEATS RESERVED: $30 VIP, $25 Preferred, $21 General, $11 Students (25 & under w/ ID, General seating only)
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Emerging Artist Series: Alex Price

Kaili Otsuka-vocals, Katelyn Vincent-vocals, Alex Price-trumpet/compositions, Chaz Martineau-tenor saxophone, Benjamin Cortez-piano/vocals, Jude Poorten-guitar, Vincent Thiefain-upright bass, Sam Russo-drums

Alex Price is a jazz musician and Downbeat award-winning composer from the Los Angeles area, currently living in Tempe, Arizona. Alex has performed/shared the stage with numerous artists as a trumpet player. As for composition, Alex will be included in the 2019 June issue of DownBeat magazine, having won an Outstanding Composition Student Music Award for his 2019 piece for jazz sextet, entitled Journey.

$15, $5 Students (25 & under w/ ID)

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June 29: The Brecker Brothers Project

Bruce Gates-trumpet, Paul Brewer-alto sax, Adam Roberts-tenor sax, Nick Manson-keyboards, Jeff Lauffer-guitar, Mike King-bass, John Lewis-drums, Joe Garcia-percussion

The Brecker Brothers Project was formed to present the incredible music of the seminal 70's fusion band formed by Randy and Michael Brecker. Like it's namesake, the Project is a veritable "Super-band" of Valley virtuosos.

ALL SEATS RESERVED: $35 VIP, $29 Preferred, $24 General, $11 Students (25 & under w/ ID, General seating only)
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July 6: Carmela y Más

This eight-piece Latin Jazz - Salsa band has graced many stages locally and internationally. A kaleidoscope of Afro-Cuban rhythms delivered in electrifying musical performances.

ALL SEATS RESERVED $35 VIP, $30 Preferred, $25 General, $10 Students (25 & under w/ ID. Seating in General section only)
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July 12 Emerging Artist Series: Benjamin Cortez

Benjamin Cortez-keyboards/vocals/guitar, Patrick Feher-tenor and alto saxophones, Jayson Davis-trumpet, Richard Brennan-trombone, Joe Allie-guitars, Eric Nakamoto-bass, Connor Sample-drums

Benjamin Cortez is a multi-dimensional musician who delivers soulful, high-energy performances on vocals, keyboards, guitar, bass guitar, and drums. His diverse musical sensibilities reflect the eclectic cultural landscape of his hometown: Phoenix, Arizona.

$15, $5 Students (25 & under w/ ID)

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July 13 The Sextet: The Genius Of Mingus

Alex Yuwen-sax, Bryon Ruth-sax, Charles Smith-piano, Greg Hasson-guitar, Max Beckman-bass, Jacob Eary-drums

The Sextet is a group of valley-based musicians dedicated to performing the music of the great bassist and composer, Charles Mingus. The Sextet aims to perform his compositions through arrangements of their own that capture the amazing spirit and energy of Mingus. 

$25, $10 Students (25 & under w/ ID)
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July 19: Chaz Martineau

Chaz Martineau-sax, Gregory Hasson-guitar, Vincent Thiefain-bass, Jacob Eary-drums

Chaz Martineau is a phoenix based saxophonist and composer. His playing and improvising is inspired by musicians such as Lage Lund, Mark Turner, and Melissa Aldana. This evenings works will include brand new premieres along with original compositions from his early two albums. 

$20, $10 Students (25 & under w/ ID)
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July 20: Nick Manson w/ special guest Gerry Gibbs

Nick Manson-piano, Fred Forney-trumpet, Dwight Kilian-bass, Gerry Gibbs-drums

Nick Manson is a talented jazz pianist and composer. The two-time Emmy award winning multifaceted Nick Manson is also a composer, arranger and producer who has excelled in several fields.

Drummer Gerry Gibbs has performed with some of the biggest names in jazz, from McCoy Tyner and Joey Defrancesco to Kenny Barron and Paquito Rivera.

ALL SEATS RESERVED: $30 VIP, $25 Preferred, $21 General, $11 Students (25 & under w/ ID, General seating section only)
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July 21 Jazz Matinee: NOLAz

Ted Belledin-piano/saxophone, Simone Sanchez-vocals, Kevin Tangney-trumpet, Benjie Messer-trombone, Marcus Williams-guitar, Sam Smith-bass, Janet Daniel-drums

NOLAz Band plays jazz infused groove and soul music from NOLA: New Orleans, LA. From The Neville Brothers to Allen Toussaint, The Meters to Galactic, and Dirty Dozen Brass Band to Trombone Shorty, there is a particular musical character that stems from New Orleans. NOLAz Band channels this energy, and brings a little NOLA to Arizona.

$25, $10 Students (25 & under w/ ID)
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July 26 Emerging Artist Series: Richard Brennan

Richard Brennan-trombone, Liam Connor-trumpet, Alex Buelna Mendivil-alto saxophone, Benjamin Cortez-piano, Eric Nakamoto-bass,  Nathan Hooker-drums

Richard Brennan is an Arizona based musician who is currently studying for his Bachelor's in Music Education at Arizona State University.

The Brennan Sextet is comprised of Arizona native jazz musicians. The show will consist of jazz classics and vintage repertoire from the Jazz Messengers library. Along with these pieces of jazz history, the show will also feature many of Richard's originals, including some world premieres.

$15, $5 Students (25 & under w/ ID)

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July 27: Jimmy Nistico & Jazz Express

Jimmy Nistico-sax, Devon Bridgewater-trumpet/violin, Dave Henning-piano, Selwyn Reams-bass, Bruce Stodola-drums

Tenor saxophonist Jimmy Nistico brings his hard-swingin' quintet into The Nash for a night of straight ahead, mainstream jazz.

$25, $10 Students (25 & under w/ ID)
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July 28 Jazz Matinee: Dennis Rowland & Diana Lee

Diana Lee-vocals, Dennis Rowland-vocals, Dave Baradic-keys, Mike King-bass, and Greg Warner-drums

Vocal jazz fans will not want to miss this special night, as two of the Phoenix area's most beloved performers take the stage together!

ALL SEATS RESERVED: $30 VIP, $25 Preferred, $21 General, $11 Students (25 & under w/ ID, General seating section only)
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August 3: Union32 Plays Scandinavian Jazz

Union32: Keith Kelly-saxophone, flute, Brett Reed-vibes, percussion, Alex Oliverio-guitar, Ben Hedquist-acoustic bass, Ryan Anthony-drums and cymbals

Scandinavia has been home to trailblazers in the world of jazz since the 1970s. Characterized by "stark" tones, allusions to natural sounds, and folk music influences, jazz with a "Nordic sound" has a distinctive style. Union32 vibist Brett Reed, "This music is hauntingly simple and beautiful, while also not being much like the American jazz we are accustomed to - it has now been a big influence on our other writing and arranging."

$25, $10 Students (25 & under w/ ID)
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August 10: Matt Lennex & The Giants of Jazz

Matt Lennex-trombone, Adam Roberts-saxophone, Nick Manson-piano, Ben Hedquist-bass, Ryan Anthony-drums

Come join Matt and drummer Ryan Anthony as they celebrate their birthdays by playing their favorite songs. From Ellington staples Mood Indigo and Caravan to post-bop classics by Shorter and Henderson, you'll be sure to hear one of your favorites!

ALL SEATS RESERVED: $29 VIP, $26 Preferred, $23 General, $11 Students (25 & under w/ ID) 
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Information

The Nash is owned by Jazz in Arizona, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Located at 110 E. Roosevelt Street, Phoenix, it is named for "the most valuable player" in jazz (Modern Drummer Magazine), Phoenix native Lewis Nash.

The Nash preserves the cultural treasure of American music history, showcases live performance and ensures the future of the iconic art of jazz for generations to come. Educational and performance programs at The Nash include: classic jazz and new music; performances by student musicians, local pros and touring artists; weekly jazz jam sessions; workshops; master classes; and clinics. Educational programs will be offered ranging from one-on-one private lessons to combo labs, guided listening, jazz in film, jazz camps and more.

The Nash serves our entire community based on the conviction that jazz is for everyone: children, adults, seniors and families; musicians and non-musicians; privileged and under-served youth. The Nash operates in collaboration with schools and other arts and culture organizations in our neighborhood, across the Valley, and throughout America.

The Nash will flourish through the generosity of individual Jazz Angels, businesses, corporations and foundations that value arts in our community, and the unique ability of jazz to promote individuality, creativity, harmony and joy in all aspects of our lives.


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