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Jamey Haddad and "Under One Sun"

September 8, 2016
Communications Staff
Jamey Haddad seated at a drum set during a performance.
Photo credit: Walter Novak

Professor of Advanced Improvisation and Percussion Jamey Haddad performed with “Under One Sun,” an eclectic group of jazz musicians representing five different countries and five generations, on August 31 at Cat in the Cream Coffeehouse. Members of the group have performed and toured with everyone from Yo Yo Ma’s Silk Road to Chick Corea, the Vanguard Orchestra, John Abercrombie, Sting, and Paul Simon, during just the past six months.

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