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Vijay Iyer Trio, Rock Stars of Jazz, Perform at Harlem Shrines Festival on May 9 Alongside Aruan Ortiz

by Ian Holubiak   Apr 9, 2014 14:03 PM EDT

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One of modern jazz's most celebrated pianistic badasses, Vijay Iyer brings a gift to the good people at the Harlem Jazz Shrines Festival: a free trio concert for the public.

Continuing his lonstanding relationship with the fest, the Vijay Iyer Trio goes on May 9 at 7:30 p.m. Performing at Marian Anderson Theater at Aaron Davis Hall, consider it a highlight of Jazz Appreciation Month.

In collaboration with Carnegie Hall's Neighborhood Concert Series, the concert will cap three nights of Harlem Stage during the festival.

And it's only $10 or less.

According to a release, the three-day jazzman's fest runs from May 7 to 9 and features...

May 7

A Latin jazz double bill at the Harlem Stage Gatehouse (150 Convent Ave. @ 135 St.) starting at 7:30 p.m. with Aruán Ortiz's "Music and Architecture" featuring Don Byron on clarinet and Rufus Reidon bass; and Manuel Valera and New Cuban Express featuring vocalist Sofia Rei.

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