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Cathlene Pineda
Music & Performance
Part of the series JazzPOP 2016

JazzPOP: Cathlene Pineda Quartet

Thursday Aug 4, 2016 8:00 PM This is a past program

In her extended work, Passing: A California Suite, pianist and composer Cathlene Pineda pays tribute to the complexities and wonders of the city of Los Angeles with music that is “airy, elegant and haunting” (Bakersfield Californian). Pineda and her close-knit quartet navigate the music’s emotionally rich and rhythmically dynamic landscape in a series of compositions inspired by the works of Los Angeles’ first poet laureate, Eloise Klein-Healy.

Cathlene Pineda: piano
Kris Tiner: trumpet
David Tranchina: bass
Tina Raymond: drums


The Hammer’s “reliably excellent” (Los Angeles Times) annual summer festival of creative jazz and improvised music celebrates its 11th year with three concerts featuring some of the most adventurous, inspired, masterful music happening on the West Coast. Curated by Lisa Mezzacappa.

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