Vintage House presents…
Jazz at the House

After the overwhelming response to our 2019 (and pre-pandemic 2020) Jazz at the House concerts, and with the continued support of Sonoma Jazz Society, we are thrilled to bring you three jazz greats who will share their renowned talents in our very own Stone Hall.Vintage House members enjoy a healthy discount on these shows:

  • $50 General Admission tickets
  • $30 Vintage House Member tickets

For your safety, proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test dated within 72 hours of showtime is required in order to attend this event.  We are masking while indoors except while eating or drinking.  And yes, there will be complimentary light nibbles provided as well as wine for purchase by the glass or bottle.

Buy Tickets for Brian Nova Trio
Andrew Speight Concert CANCELED
Buy Tickets for Carlos Reyes

Concord Recording Artist Brian Nova is considered one of the top Jazz Guitarists/Vocalists in the nation, according to a recent poll in Jazz Improv Magazine. Joe Pass said of Nova: ‘I feel Brian is one of the finest Jazz Guitarists on the scene!’ He has the distinction of being the only guitarist who was mentored by, and toured with, the two titans of Jazz guitar: Herb Ellis and Joe Pass. Nova performs, and records, as a solo artist, with his Trio, Quartet, and his 12-piece Big Band. Brian is on Arturo Sandoval’s Grammy® Award winning CD ‘Dear Diz’, which garnered a Grammy® and three Latin Grammys® in 2013.

Brian is a Benedetto Artist. “Benedetto Artists” represent the world’s top tier of jazz guitarists known for influencing several generations of the finest musicians worldwide and who are widely acclaimed as the finest players by their peers, having expansive discographies, and touring credits with Jazz Masters.

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Alto Saxophonist Andrew Speight can bop with the best of them. Growing up in Sydney, Australia, his early exposure to jazz came from his father, a pianist who often accompanied touring American jazz artists and instilled in him a deep love of straight-ahead jazz. Andrew’s jazz epiphany occurred when he got to see Sonny Stitt perform live, and he’s never looked back.

After touring with Nat Adderley, Joe Williams, and Louie Bellson, Andrew came to the U.S. in 1991 to compete in the prestigious Thelonius Monk International Saxophone Competition, where he was the only non-American finalist. Since then, Andrew has worked with the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, Milt Hinton, Branford Marsalis, Jimmy Cobb, and countless others in performances all over the world.

UPDATE, NOVEMBER 18:  Andrew has suffered an injury and will not be able to perform as scheduled.  We wish him a speedy recovery!

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Carlos Reyes, world renowned violinist & harpist, has performed for six presidents, a pope and the whole Cuban Castro family. He’s shared the stage with Chuck Mangione, Pat Travers, The Doobie Brothers. Steve Miller, Roy Rogers, and Jazz great Arturo Sandoval, among others.

On stage from the age of five, Carlos Reyes from Oakland, CA via South America never ceases to amaze. World-renowned for his mastery of the Paraguayan harp and violin, Carlos’ musical talents have touched the hearts and spirits of people around the world. From performances on the streets of Havana to the Vatican, his music transcends all boundaries. Described as “Santana meets Gipsy Kings”, Carlos bridges traditional musical genres and mesmerizes audiences with unique fusions of Blues, Rock, Jazz, Latin and Classical styles.

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