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Alex Bugnon Jazz Concert

February 17, 2018 @ 8:30 pm

$35 – $65
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Step up date night and purchase tickets to the Alex Bugnon Cincinnati jazz concert.

Celebrate your Valentine’s Day weekend at the Alex Bugnon Cincinnati concert. It’s the perfect dat night! Let this jazz icon set the mood and fill your evening with smooth, romantic vibrations. 

Tickets prices range from $35 – $65 and can be purchased online or by calling 513-221-4111. Doors open at 7 p.m. Who isn’t hungry before the show? Grab a bite at Ludlow Garage Bistro before taking your seats. The show starts at 8:30 p.m.

About Alex Bugnon

Alex Bugnon has been a prolific, energetic force on the contemporary music scene for almost three decades. A renowned musician, composer and bandleader, Bugnon hales from the picturesque town of Caux, Switzerland – 4 miles above Montreux, site of the world famous Jazz Festival. No doubt, the annual convergence in his hometown and in his own home, of some of music’s most illustrious names played a role in his decision to pursue a musical career, as did his early friendship with Herbie Hancock. The fact that his uncle was the legendary Donald Byrd only served to further his decision.

Bugnon left Montreux to continue his training at the Paris Conservatory before landing in Boston to study at the Berklee School of Music. It was here in the U.S. that his exposure to a diversity of musical styles, from R&B to gospel, Jazz and funk, began to shape and influence his personal sound. Shortly after moving to New York City, Alex began touring with almost every R&B artists, such as Melba Moore, Freddie Jackson, Patti Austin, James Ingram and Glenn Jones to name a few. But it would be his encounter with saxophonist Najee that would ultimately turn the tide for him. Signed to Orpheus Records, Najee would make the introduction that would result in Alex’s first recording contract.

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