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Jazz musician Hiroshi Yamazaki performs outdoors Sunday, July 28 at the Bartlett Arboretum in Stamford.

A native of Japan, Hiroshi Yamazaki gave his first professional jazz performance at age 22 at the popular S.A.B. Hall in Osaka.  He moved to New York City, where he studied with the great pianist Buddy Montgomery, and forged his own voice as an improviser, composer and arranger.

Hiroshi performs in the New York region and in Japan with Rufus Reid, Akira Tana, Tony Jefferson, Steve LaSpina, and Andrew Beals.

He leads his own jazz groups and serves as sideman with the Glenda Davenport Quartet, Bill Crow Trio and Jan Leder Quartet.

What to Know Before You Go

The concert will take place on the Great Lawn or in the Silver Educational Center if there’s rain.

Bring chairs or a blanket, and a picnic dinner. Wendy’s Weenies food truck will also be on site, serving hot dogs, philly cheese steak wedges, cheeseburgers, grilled cheese and drinks!

$5 for members, $10 for non-members, free for children 12 & under.

NOTE: Tickets bought the day of the event at the Bartlett Arboretum & Gardens. Cash, check or cards accepted. If you are interested in becoming a member, please click here.

For our complete summer concert series, please click here.

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