Carolyn Wiedemann Reller Summer Concert Series
This Summer Concert Series is made possible by the generous sponsorship of the Reller Family in honor of Carolyn Wiedemann Reller. Concerts are held every Tuesday, June through September on the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital cafeteria courtyard (Doobie Brothers Courtyard) located behind the rear entrance of the Stanford Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Center.
These concerts feature some of the best local and touring musicians offering a wide variety of music. You can bring your lunch or purchase onsite and enjoy some great music each Summer! All concerts are free and open to the public. Subject to weather conditions.
TUESDAY JULY 5, 12:00PM
PARLEZ VOUS JAZZ – NEW ORLEANS-INSPIRED JAZZ AND MORE!
Rooted in early jazz from the French Quarter of New Orleans, and branching out to Gypsy Jazz, and on into modern day jazz and blues, the band features vocals, jazz violin, banjo, string bass, trombone, clarinet, and more!
TUESDAY JULY 12, 12:00PM
ED JOHNSON & GUEST – BRAZILIAN-INSPIRED MUSIC
Ed Johnson’s mastery of so many different styles, coupled with a passion for harmony vocal and horn arrangements, all factor into a magical blend of vibrant, original contemporary jazz that is winning fans and airplay worldwide. Ed’s original music is evocative of Brazilian pop, but unlike anything you’ve heard before.
TUESDAY JULY 19, 12:00PM
VISSION LATINA – LATIN MUSIC
Vission Latina will really heat up the Summer when they bring their music to Palo Alto. These virtuoso musicians have all played with some of the finest Latin music performers on the scene and now they come together to share their musical vision – Vission Latina!
TUESDAY JULY 26, 12:00PM
JOHN WORLEY, JR. – ECLECTIC JAZZ
Flugelhorn Artist John Worley Jr. is adept at a multitude of styles, he has played with many national and international artists in Canada, Europe, Central and North America. Combining great technique with potent lyricism, Worley has created a unique sound. His music touches on all corners of the Americas, riding a world chart of bop, straightahead jazz, tango, Afro-Cuban and more.