Keith Jarret/Gary Burton Quintet. Keith Jarret and Gary Burton are separate trips in themselves. If the old adage "Two heads are better than one" holds water nowadays, the Keith Jarret/Gary Burton quintet could take you on the trip of your life this Thursday night. Burton, in addition to being one of Jazz's most accomplished vibraphonists, moonlights as an instructor at Berklee. Keith Jarret on the other hand, is a pianist who has rejected electronics completely and plays nothing but normal piano. But this has not cramped his style at all. In fact, his extension of new music past the limits of the Jazz-rock hybrid has made Jarret a genuine innovator. As a special attraction the Harvard Jazz band will be appearing too--so go. October 31 at Sander's Theater. All tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the Holyoke ticket center.
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