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Ravi Coltrane featuring Gadi Lehavi and Ele Howell

June 2 @ 8:00 pm

Memorial Hall

$36.50 – $66.50

ravi coltrane

See Ravi Coltrane featuring Gadi Lehavi and Ele Howell at Memorial Hall on June 2.

Ravi Coltrane is a critically acclaimed, Grammy-nominated saxophonist, bandleader, and composer. During his twenty-plus-year career, Mr. Coltrane has worked as a sideman to many and recorded noteworthy albums for himself and others.

Tickets to Ravi Coltrane

Tickets to Ravi Coltrane range from $36.50 to $66.50. For presale tickets, use code BETWEENLINES.

About Ravi Coltrane

Born in Long Island, the second son of John Coltrane and Alice Coltrane, Ravi was named after Indian sitar legend Ravi Shankar. He was raised in Los Angeles, where his family moved after his father’s death in 1967. 

Ravi lives in Brooklyn, NY, and maintains a fast-paced touring, recording, composing, and performance schedule. He leads the effort to restore the John Coltrane Home in Dix Hills, Long Island, and presides over important reissues of his parents’ recordings.

Ravi has released six albums as a leader. His albums include, “Moving Pictures,” “From The Round Box,” “Mad 6,” “In Flux,” “Blending Times,” and “Spirit Fiction.” He also has collaborated on various albums, including, “Seraphic Light” with Joe Lovano and David Liebman, “In Movement” with Jack DeJohnette and Matthew Garrison, and The Blue Note’s 70th Anniversary recording, “Mosaic: A Celebration of Blue Note.”

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Longworth-Anderson Series

Event Features

Longworth-Anderson Series evening of great music, food, and drink! Complimentary pre-concert reception features live local music and light bites from Ollie’s Trolley and N.Y.P.D. Pizza and craft beer tastings from HighGrain Brewing Co.

About the Series

Launched in early 2017 by the Cincinnati Memorial Hall Society, the Longworth-Anderson Series (LAS) features Grammy Award-winning and nationally recognized performers and bands at the beautiful, historic Memorial Hall. This annual series showcases artists from various contemporary music genres, including alternative, Americana, bluegrass, blues, country, folk, gospel, hip hop, jazz, pop, R&B, reggae, rock, soul, and world music. 

Memorial Hall Venue Details

Parking   

The most convenient parking option is directly across the street at the Washington Park Garage. Use the Cincy EZ Park App to pay for parking as appropriate. Take Cincinnati METRO to the venue.    

Accessibility   

The basement and first and second floors of Memorial Hall are fully accessible. Use the patron elevator on the north side of the building, which may be entered on the street level.   

In addition, the Annie W. and Elizabeth M. Anderson Theater is equipped with several wheelchair/scooter-accessible seating locations. For additional information on accessible seating, please get in touch with the Box Office at 513-977-8838

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1225 Elm Street
Cincinnati,OH45202United States
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